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Memory detection with the Concealed Information Test: A meta analysis of skin conductance, respiration, heart rate, and P300 data
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Breaking the silence: Brain–computer interfaces (BCI) for communication and motor control
– Posted November 14, 2016
And you thought “The Matrix” was cool? This paper reviews literature on brain-computer interfaces, which allow people and animals to control computers and other devices with brain activity alone. Check it out!
Heart rate variability during daytime naps in healthy adults: Autonomic profile and short-term reliability – Posted November 4, 2016
Got naps? This trending article in Psychophysiology reports on the autonomic profile of daytime naps, showing similarity to nighttime sleep and good short-term reliability. Naps for everyone!
Alone against the group: A unanimously disagreeing group leads to conformity, butcardiovascular threat depends on one’s goals – Posted September 4, 2016
What cardiovascular profile is associated with behavioral conformity when faced with unanimous opposition? Depends on your goal – fitting in vs. standing out. Check out the trending paper here!
Improving attention control in dysphoria through cognitive training: Transfer effects onworking memory capacity and filtering efficiency – Posted February 10, 2016
ERP and behavioral measures show cognitive training helps improve aspects of executive control in individuals with dysphoria. Check it out!
When flanker meets the n-back: What EEG and pupil dilation data reveal about theinterplay between the two central-executive working memory functions inhibition and updating – Posted January 22, 2016
We’ll be posting links to papers in Psychophysiology that are trending, showing heightened activity in Altmetric. Here’s the first alert – a great paper by Scharinger and colleagues using psychophysiology methods to examine the relationship between inhibition and updating processes in working memory.