Browsing by Author "Verschure, Paul F. M. J."

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  • Herreros, Ivan; Giovannucci, Andrea; Taub, Aryeh H.; Hogri, Roni; Magal, Ari; Bamford, Sim; Prueckl, Robert; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Frontiers, 2014)
    Emulating the input–output functions performed by a brain structure opens the possibility for developing neuroprosthetic systems that replace damaged neuronal circuits. Here, we demonstrate the feasibility of this approach ...
  • Zamora, Ruben; Korff, Sebastian; Mi, Qi; Barclay, Derek A.; Schimunek, Lukas; Zucca, Riccardo; Arsiwalla, Xerxes D.; Simmons, Richard L.; Verschure, Paul F. M. J.; Billiar, Timothy R.; Vodovotz, Yoram (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2018)
    Bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS) induces an acute inflammatory response across multiple organs, primarily via Toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4). We sought to define novel aspects of the complex spatiotemporal dynamics of ...
  • Rubio Ballester, Belén; Maier Martina; Duff, Armin; Cameirão, Mónica; Bermúdez i Badia, Sergi; Duarte Oller, Esther; Cuxart, Ampar; Rodriguez, Susana; San Segundo Mozo, Rosa María; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (American Physiological Society, 2019)
    The impact of rehabilitation on post-stroke motor recovery and its dependency on the patient's chronicity remain unclear. The field has widely accepted the notion of a proportional recovery rule with a "critical window for ...
  • Steck, Kathrin; Veit, Daniel; Grandy, Ronald; Bermúdez i Badia, Sergi; Mathews, Zenon; Verschure, Paul F. M. J.; Hansson, B. S. (Bill S.), 1959-; Knaden, Markus (Nature Publishing Group, 2012)
    How can odor-guided behavior of numerous individual Drosophila be assessed automatically with high temporal resolution? For this purpose we introduce the automatic integrated tracking and odor-delivery system Flywalk. In ...
  • Rennó Costa, César; Lisman, John E.; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Public Library of Science, 2014)
    The notion of attractor networks is the leading hypothesis for how associative memories are stored and recalled. A defining/nanatomical feature of such networks is excitatory recurrent connections. These ‘‘attract’’ the ...
  • Pacheco, Daniel; Sánchez Fibla, Martí; Duff, Armin; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Frontiers, 2017)
    We designed a novel experiment to investigate the modulation of human recognition memory by environmental context. Human participants were asked to navigate through a four-arm Virtual Reality (VR) maze in order to find and ...
  • López-Carral, Héctor; Blancas Muñoz, Maria; Mura, Anna; Omedas, Pedro; España-Cumellas, Àdria; Martínez Bueno, Enrique; Milliken, Neil; Moore, Paul; Haque, Leena; Gilroy, Sean; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Springer, 2021)
    Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by deficits in social communication and repetitive patterns of behavior. Individuals affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may face overwhelming sensory ...
  • Luvizotto, André Luiz; Rennó Costa, César; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Frontiers Media, 2012)
    It has been proposed that the dense excitatory local connectivity of the neo-cortex plays a specific role in the transformation of spatial stimulus information into a temporal representation or a temporal population code ...
  • Rubio Ballester, Belén; Lathe, Alica; Duarte Oller, Esther; Duff, Armin; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (SciTePress. Science and Technology Publications, 2015)
    After stroke, many patients experience hemiparesis or weakness on one side of the body. In order to compensate for this lack of motor function, they tend to overuse their non-affected limb. This so called learned non-use ...
  • Maier, Martina; Rubio Ballester, Belén; Leiva Bañuelos, Núria; Duarte Oller, Esther; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (BioMed Central, 2020)
    Background: Current evidence for the effectiveness of post-stroke cognitive rehabilitation is weak, possibly due to two reasons. First, patients typically express cognitive deficits in several domains. Therapies focusing ...
  • Maffei, Giovanni (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2019-05-22)
    Animals evolved to survive in dynamic environments by developing multiple behavioral strategies to adapt and to learn from their interaction with the world. Associative mechanisms and internal representations are at the ...
  • Moulin-Frier, Clément; Sánchez Fibla, Martí; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015)
    We provide an original computational model showing how turn-taking behaviors can self-organize out of sensorimotor/ninteractions between vocalizing agents. These agents are equipped with a cognitive architecture based on ...
  • Mura, Anna; Zucca, Riccardo; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (BioMed Central, 2022)
    Background: there is a pressing need for scalable healthcare solutions and a shift in the rehabilitation paradigm from hospitals to homes to tackle the increase in stroke incidence while reducing the practical and economic ...
  • Grechuta, Klaudia; Torre Costa, Javier de la; Rubio Ballester, Belén; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Frontiers, 2021)
    The unique ability to identify one’s own body and experience it as one’s own is fundamental in goal-oriented behavior and survival. However, the mechanisms underlying the so-called body ownership are yet not fully understood. ...
  • Blancas Muñoz, Maria; Maffei, Giovanni; Sánchez Fibla, Martí; Vouloutsi, Vasiliki; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Frontiers, 2020)
    This paper addresses how impairments in prediction in young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) relate to their behavior during collaboration. To assess it, we developed a task where participants play in collaboration ...
  • Low, Sock Ching; Vouloutsi, Vasiliki; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Elsevier, 2021)
    Selective attention informs decision-making by biasing perceptual processing towards task-relevant stimuli. In experimental and computational literature, this is most often implemented through top-down excitation of selected ...
  • Caligiore, Daniele; Pezzulo, Giovanni; Baldassarre, Gianluca; Bostan, Andreea C.; Strick, Peter L.; Doya, Kenji; Helmich, Rick C.; Dirkx, Michiel; Houk, James; Jörntell, Henrik; Lago-Rodriguez, Angel; Galea, Joseph M.; Miall, R. Chris; Popa, Traian; Kishore, Asha; Verschure, Paul F. M. J.; Zucca, Riccardo; Herreros, Ivan (Springer, 2017)
    Despite increasing evidence suggesting the cerebellum works in concert with the cortex and basal ganglia, the nature of the reciprocal interactions between these three brain regions remains unclear. This consensus paper ...
  • Pacheco Estefan, D.; Sánchez Fibla, Martí; Duff, Armin; Principe, Alessandro; Rocamora, Rodrigo; Zhang, Hui; Axmacher, Nikolai; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Nature Research, 2019)
    Theoretical models of episodic memory have proposed that retrieval depends on interactions between the hippocampus and neocortex, where hippocampal reinstatement of item-context associations drives neocortical reinstatement ...
  • Rubio Ballester, Belén; Maier, Martina; San Segundo Mozo, Rosa María; Castañeda, Victoria; Duff, Armin; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (BioMed Central, 2016)
    Background: After stroke, patients who suffer from hemiparesis tend to suppress the use of the affected extremity, a condition called learned non-use. Consequently, the lack of training may lead to the progressive deterioration ...
  • Wiers, Reinout W.; Verschure, Paul F. M. J. (Elsevier, 2021)
    The dominant biomedical perspective on addictions has been that they are chronic brain diseases. While we acknowledge that the brains of people with addictions differ from those without, we argue that the “broken brain” ...

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