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20.06.2019 | Research Article

Automatic self-focused and situation-focused reappraisal of disgusting emotion by implementation intention: an ERP study

Detachment (self-focused) and positive reinterpretation (situation-focused) are two important forms of cognitive reappraisal during emotion regulation. Previous research shows situation-focused reappraisal to be more effective than self-focused …

20.06.2019 | Research Article

Measurement of cognitive dynamics during video watching through event-related potentials (ERPs) and oscillations (EROs)

Event-related potentials (ERPs) and oscillations (EROs) are reliable measures of cognition, but they require time-locked electroencephalographic (EEG) data to repetitive triggers that are not available in continuous sensory input streams. However …

11.06.2019 | Research Article

An ERP-based BCI with peripheral stimuli: validation with ALS patients

Many studies reported that ERP-based BCIs can provide communication for some people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). ERP-based BCIs often present characters within a matrix that occupies the center of the visual field. However, several …

23.05.2019 | Research Article

A cortical model with multi-layers to study visual attentional modulation of neurons at the synaptic level

Visual attention is a selective process of visual information and improves perceptual performance by modulating activities of neurons in the visual system. It has been reported that attention increased firing rates of neurons, reduced their …

14.05.2019 | Research Article

The individuality index: a measure to quantify the degree of inter-individual, spatial variability in intra-cerebral brain electric and metabolic activity

Contemporary neuroscience research primarily focuses on the identification of brain activation patterns commonly deviant across participant groups or experimental conditions. This approach inherently underestimates potentially meaningful intra- …

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Cognitive Neurodynamics is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, focusing on the overlapping fields of cognitive science and nonlinear dynamics, while also covering related areas in neuroscience, mathematics, physics, computer science, informatics, intelligent robotics and more.

This is a dynamic forum for scientists and engineers working in cognitive dynamics and related fields. It provides a platform for the latest research, exchange of ideas and problem-based discussions, encouraging approaches from different areas and points of view.

Cognitive Neurodynamics publishes both basic and applied research in the form of original research papers, review articles, brief communications, discussions, book reviews, and congress reports.

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