Topic 144

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Similarity of brain activity patterns during learning and subsequent resting state predicts memory consolidation 144 42 22 2

Load-dependent modulation of alpha oscillations during working memory encoding and retention in young and older adults 144 42 23 15 2

Pre-movement changes in sensorimotor beta oscillations predict motor adaptation drive. 144 42 23 2

Slow wave-spindle coupling during sleep predicts language learning and associated oscillatory activity 144 42 2

Practice modifies the response to errors during a novel motor sequence learning task 144 23 2

Retrieval of a well-established skill is resistant to distraction: evidence from an implicit probabilistic sequence learning task 144 23 2

Age-related changes in the motor planning strategy slow down motor initiation in elderly adults 144 2

Adaptation of reach action to a novel force-field is not predicted by acuity of dynamic proprioception in either older or younger adults 144 96 23 2

The role of alpha power in the suppression of anticipated distractors during verbal working memory 144 42 23 2

Temporal expectation modulates the neural dynamics of delayed responses to working memory representations 144 23 2

Mu oscillations and motor imagery performance: A reflection of success, not ability 144 42 23 2

The longer the better? General skill but not probabilistic learning improves with the duration of short rest periods 144 113 2

Repetita iuvant: repetition facilitates online planning of sequential movements 144 23 2

The dynamic transition between neural states is associated with the flexible use of memory 144 23 2

Theta and alpha power across fast and slow timescales in cognitive control 144 42 23 2

Local coupling between sleep spindles and slow oscillations supports the consolidation of motor memories 144 66 42 2

The effect of sequence learning on sensorimotor adaptation 144 23 2

Brain activity reveals multiple motor-learning mechanisms in a real-world task 144 2

A Simultaneous EEG-fMRI Study of Thalamic Load-Dependent Working Memory Delay Period Activity 144 23 2

Dissociation of Medial Frontal β-Bursts and Executive Control 144 42 23 2

Binocular disparity-based learning does not generalize to the other visual hemifield 144 23 2

Autonomic activity during a daytime nap facilitates working memory improvement 144 113 2

Continued topographical learning- and relearning-dependent activity in the resting state after post-training sleep and wake 144 22 2

Autobiographical memory reactivation in empathy: EEG and fMRI evidence 144 22 2

Motor variability prior to learning is a poor predictor of the ability to adopt new movement solutions 144 23 2

Cerebellar degeneration reduces memory resilience after extended training 144 113 23 2

Oscillatory and aperiodic neural activity jointly predict grammar learning 144 42 2

Neural mechanisms underlying distractor inhibition on the basis of feature and/or spatial expectations. 23 2

Conflict Processing in Schizophrenia: Dissociable Neural Mechanisms Revealed by the N2 and Frontal Midline Theta 144 42 2

Individual differences in theta-band oscillations in a spatial memory network revealed by EEG predict rapid place learning 42 2

Decreased alertness reconfigures cognitive control networks 144 42 23 2

Methylphenidate normalizes aberrant beta oscillations and reduces alpha power during retention in children with ADHD 144 42 2

Differential neural plasticity of individual fingers revealed by fMRI neurofeedback 144 23 2

Emergence of Non-Linear Mixed Selectivity in Prefrontal Cortex after Training 100 23 2

Individual differences in frontal midline theta activity during visuomotor adaptation are related to execution noise 144 23 2

Effect of acute physical exercise on motor sequence memory 144 66 2

Does rehearsal matter? Left anterior temporal alpha and theta band changes correlate with the beneficial effects of rehearsal on working memory. 144 42 23 2

Schizophrenia-associated variation at ZNF804A correlates with altered experience-dependent dynamics of sleep slow-waves and spindles in healthy young adults 144 113 2

Motor training strengthens corticospinal suppression during movement preparation 80 23 2

Neural encoding of reliability and validity of directional information during the preparation of targeted movements 42 23 2

Skill learning can be independent of speed and accuracy instructions 144 23 2

Mindfulness Improves Brain Computer Interface Performance by Increasing Control over Neural Activity in the Alpha Band 144 2

Task-Dependent Electrophysiological Signatures of Explicit Perceptual Timing 23 2

Sleep spindles facilitate selective memory consolidation 144 66 2

Autonomic/Central Coupling Boosts Working Memory in Healthy Young Adults 144 113 2

Observing changes in human functioning during induced sleep deficiency and recovery periods 144 42 2

Temporal codes of visual working memory in the human cerebral cortex 42 23 2

Specific changes in sleep oscillations after blocking human metabotropic glutamate receptor 5 in the absence of altered memory function 144 42 2


Model-based learning deficits in compulsivity are linked to faulty representations of task structure 144 58 42 23 2

Frontal theta and posterior alpha oscillations reflect the reactivation of working memory representations following interruptions 144 42 23 2

Activity level in left auditory cortex predicts behavioral performance in inhibition tasks in children 23 2

Beneficial effects of cerebellar tDCS on motor learning are associated with altered putamen-cerebellar connectivity: a simultaneous tDCS-fMRI study 80 22 2

The planning horizon for movement sequences 23 2

Using EEG Microstates to Examine Post-Encoding Quiet Rest and Subsequent Word-Pair Memory 144 2

Prefrontal and Parietal Attractor Networks Mediate Working Memory Judgments 144 23 2

Training-induced improvement in working memory tasks results from switching to efficient strategies 144 113 23 2

Spontaneous recovery and the multiple timescales of human motor memory 144 23 2

Error-related cognitive control and behavioural adaptation mechanisms in the context of motor functioning and anxiety. 113 2

Implicit anticipation of probabilistic regularities: Larger CNV emerges for unpredictable events 23 2

Adaptation supports short-term memory in a visual change detection task 100 23 2

The effects of habits on motor skill learning 144 23 2

Waking experience modulates sleep need in mice 144 23 2

Memory for stimulus durations is not bound to spatial information 23 2

EEG signals index a global signature of arousal embedded in neuronal population recordings 144 23 2

Influences of time of day on generalization 144 2

Electrophysiological and behavioral indices of cognitive conflict processing across adolescence 144 113 23 2

The electrophysiological underpinnings of variation in verbal working memory capacity 144 42 2

The eyes reflect an internal cognitive state hidden in the population activity of cortical neurons 23 2

A functional spiking-neuron model of activity-silent working memory in humans based on calcium-mediated short-term synaptic plasticity 100 23 2

Reward learning and working memory: effects of massed versus spaced training and post-learning delay period 144 58 2

Correcting False Memories: The Effect of Mnemonic Generalization on Original Memory Traces 144 23 2

Prolonged reaction times help to eliminate residual errors in visuomotor adaptation 144 23 2

Individual-subject functional localization increases univariate activation but not multivariate pattern discriminability in the 'multiple-demand' frontoparietal network 22 2

Experience-dependent alteration of mnemonic representation in early visual cortex and intraparietal sulcus 23 2

Assessing neurophysiological changes associated with combined transcranial direct current stimulation and cognitive emotional training for treatment-resistant depression 80 42 2

Selective control of working memory in prefrontal, parietal, and visual cortex 23 2

No evidence for effect of reward motivation on coding of behaviorally relevant category distinctions across the frontoparietal cortex 23 22 2

Sensory feedback-dependent coding of arm position in local field potentials of the posterior parietal cortex 42 23 2

Somatosensory versus cerebellar contributions to proprioceptive changes associated with motor skill learning: A theta burst stimulation study 80 2

Intention to learn modulates the impact of reward and punishment on sequence learning 144 23 2

Functionally distinct high and low theta oscillations in the human hippocampus 66 42 2

Prediction errors indexed by the P3 track the updating of complex long- term memory schemas 144 23 2

Modulation of Individual Alpha Frequency with tACS shifts Time Perception 42 23 2

Modulation of neural activity in frontopolar cortex drives reward-based motor learning 80 58 23 2

Rapid changes in brain activity during learning of grapheme-phoneme associations in adults 23 2

Cortical beta oscillatory activity evoked during reactive balance recovery scales with perturbation difficulty and individual balance ability 42 2

Learning to synchronize: Midfrontal theta dynamics during rule switching 42 23 2

Delay-period activity in frontal, parietal, and occipital cortex tracks different attractor dynamics in visual working memory 22 2

A connectome-based prediction model of long-term memory 22 2

Earlier and More Robust Sensorimotor Discrimination of ASL Signs in Deaf Signers During Imitation 144 23 2

Electrophysiological Indicators of Sleep-associated Memory Consolidation in 5- to 6-year-old Children 144 113 2

Hierarchical motor adaptations negotiate failures during force field learning 144 23 2

Hippocampal theta oscillations support successful associative memory formation 66 42 2

Multiplexing of EEG signatures for temporal and spatial distance estimates 144 23 2

Complementary effects of adaptation and gain control on sound encoding in primary auditory cortex 23 2

Training-induced prefrontal neuronal changes transfer between tasks 144 42 2

Previously reward-associated stimuli capture spatial attention in the absence of changes in the corresponding sensory representations as measured with MEG 23 2

Load-Dependent Relationships between Frontal fNIRS Activity and Performance: A Data-Driven PLS Approach 22 2

Timescales of motor memory formation in dual-adaptation 144 23 2