Monthly Archives: October 2014

obsessive-compulsive disorder extinction failure

Posted comment on ´Enhanced Avoidance Habits in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder` by C.M.Gillan, S. Morein-Zamir, G.P. Urcelay, A. Sule, V. Voon, A.M. Apergis-Schoute, N.A. Fineberg, B.J. Sahakian, T.W. Robbins published in Biological Psychiatry vol 75, issue 8, Pages 631–638, April 15, 2014 … Continue reading

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High genetic heterogeneity in mitochondrial disorders

Posted comment on ´Targeted exome sequencing for mitochondrial disorders reveals high genetic heterogeneity` by J.T. DaRe, V. Vasta, J. Penn, N.-T.B. Tran and S. H. Hahn published in BMC Medical Genetics 2013, 14: 118 doi:10.1186/1471-2350-14-118 SUMMARY In this paper the … Continue reading

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learning during sleep

Posted comment on ´Inducing Task-Relevant Responses to Speech in the Sleeping Brain` By Sid Kouider, Thomas Andrillon, Leonardo S. Barbosa, Louise Goupil and Tristan A. Bekinschtein and published in Curr Biol. Sept 22nd, 2014; 24(18): 2208–2214. SUMMARY This research by … Continue reading

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real-time synchronous firing between brain areas with task

Posted comment on ´Our humming brain help us learn rapidly` by Hitchings published in New Scientist 2974 21st June 2014 p.16 Summary Hitchings described work by Antzoulatos and Miller at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who looked at brain waves … Continue reading

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