PSYCHIATRY

A Multiscale “Working Brain” Model

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Fig. 5.1 Schematic of “working brain” model, showing structures involved in corticothalamic generation of EEGs and the brainstem-hypothalamus ascending arousal system (see section “Arousal State Modeling” for abbreviations), with some…

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How to Render Neural Fields More Realistic

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-molecules, study the properties of the atoms and the inter-molecule interactions like hydrogen bridges and van-der-Waals bounds. Now, to describe a water wave, one has to study millions and millions…

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Discovery and Validation of Biomarkers Based on Computational Models of Normal and Pathological Hippocampal Rhythms

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accumulation. This can help elucidate a mechanism of age-dependent theta oscillation changes in AD mouse models, reflecting changes in synchronous synaptic activity that could mediate oscillation-dependent memory deficiencies and serve…

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Toward Networks from Spikes

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to indicate the set of all event pairs wherein an event on neuron A precedes an event on neuron B by time . These sets are sometimes referred to as…

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Computational Modeling of Neuronal Dysfunction at Molecular Level Validates the Role of Single Neurons in Circuit Functions in Cerebellum Granular Layer

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Fig. 8.1 Schematic representation of cerebellar circuits. At the sub-cortical levels, afferent fibers carrying sensory information activate the deep cerebellar nuclei and inferior olive cells. In the cerebellar cortex, there…

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Introduction

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(1.1) Where V represents the membrane potential, C represents the membrane capacitance, g m —the conductance of a particular ion-channel, V m is this ion’s reversal potential and I(t) represents…

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