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Between psychotherapy and neurobiology, psychanalysis
Remission of depression in patients with schizophrenia and comorbid major depressive disorder: results from the FACE-SZ cohort
International audience <strong>Background</strong> Major depressive disorder (MDD) is underdiagnosed and undertreated in schizophrenia, and has been strongly associated with impaired quality of life. <strong>Aims</strong> To determine the prevalence and associated factors of MDD and unremitted MDD i...
What the neurocognitive study of inner language reveals about our inner space
International audience Our inner space is furnished, and sometimes even stuffed, with verbal material. The nature of inner language has long been under the careful scrutiny of scholars, philosophers and writers, through the practice of introspection. The use of recent experimental methods in the fie...
Neutral package: the study that touched the tabacologists
Study of microRNAs in microglial extracellular vesicles : signatures and neuroprotection
In the Central Nervous System (CNS), the glial cells influence neuronal activities. The microglial cells, resident immune cells of the CNS, greatly control the neuroinflammatory state. This control is particularly important in physiological functions and is often defective in neuropathologies. The m...
Adaptive Function and Brain Evolution
The brain of each animal shows specific traits that reflect its phylogenetic history and its particular lifestyle. Therefore, comparing brains is not just a mere intellectual exercise, but it helps understanding how the brain allows adaptive behavioural strategies to face an ever-changing world and...
Subthalamic nucleus high frequency stimulation prevents and reverses escalated cocaine use
The conscious experience in psychotherapies (II): Epistemological reflections on the hypnotic phenomenon.
International audience This article attempts to present the different theories concerning the hypnotic phenomenon, starting from the principle that hypnosis is rather a major anthropological fact than a simple psychological or consciousness modification, since the hypnotic phenomenon is integrated i...
The neurobiology of gustation in insect disease vectors: progress and potential.
For insect vectors of human diseases, mealtimes are a key moment of infection. Understanding how and when such species decide on what to feed is both an interesting problem in sensory neurobiology and a source of information for intervention of these behaviors to control spread of infectious agents....
Trk family neurotrophin receptors and p75 receptor, a multiple competing hypothesis case in the nerve growth factor (NGF) history
International audience In the area of Trk oncogene research has been revealed the different competing hypotheses made at the time of its discovery. A conflict of interest arised within the group who identified it as the nerve growth factor receptor (NGF). An auxiliary assumption, on the cardinal imp...
A cortical calculation for the systems located
Since the 50s has emerged as a field of study, known as cognitive sciences, which have federated disciplines such as neurobiology, psychology, philosophy, linguists, etc. and of course computer technology. Without going back to the history of the constitution of cognitive sciences, we will note that...
Bioinformatics contribution to human transcriptome analysis
In the first part I analysed RNA-Seq datasets of small ARNs available in public databases. I observed 2 inspiring points: — a large part of the readings (although short) cannot be aligned with the reference genome without discrepancies and this non-aligned fraction is sometimes predominant. — many r...
Kraig Adler, Professor Emeritus, Neurobiology and Behavior
Gamification in education: threats or new opportunities
This article discusses the expediency and efficiency of implementing gamification in education. This study is a meta-analysis of the modern experience of gamification application obtained from numerous international studies, practical cases, and reports of educational entities. The influence of gami...
Early Human Development — Equity from the Start — Latin America
We now know, based on studies in social sciences and in developmental neurobiology, that the environment in the early years of human development determines the behaviour of health (physical and mental), learning and behaviour of the individual for life. We also understand how experience, during the...
Gender cognitive: differences are in the aspect of neurobiology, genetics, cogitative patternes and social behavior
Gender distinctions in cognitive activity are a relatively new and more «hot area». Do we engage in the study of gender distinctions of neurobiology, cognitive, personality height, social behavior and set by a question: gender neuroаnаtоmy is a fate? Or can we be untied to biology of gender distinct...
Neurobiology of Syntax as the Core of Human Language
The Biolinguistics of Autism: Emergent Perspectives
This contribution attempts to import the study of autism into the biolinguistics program by reviewing the current state of knowledge on its neurobiology, physiology and verbal phenotypes from a comparative vantage point. A closer look at alternative approaches to the primacy of social cognition impa...
Il linguaggio come forma del presente: uso delle parole per essere. L’esperienza con i pazienti affetti da malattia di Alzheimer
Language as a Form of the Present: The Use of Words to be. Experiences with Patients affected by Alzheimer’s Disease – Broca’s localization of language areas led to great developments in the neurobiology of language, clarifying the neural mechanisms which underpin the development, evolution and comp...
Neuroscience in Psychiatry towards an integrative and personalized medicine in the DSM-V: a proposal
In the last Century the concept of health and, with it, medical science, has suffered a profound, conceptual and ontological change. However, this revolution has not reached, in the same way the field of mental health. In the next pages it will be shown, taking Major Depressive Disorder as a model,...
USO DE Drosophila melanogaster COMO MODELO PARA O ESTUDO DO RELÓGIO CIRCADIANO EM INSETOS VETORES
The last decades have established D. melanogaster as the main multicellular model organism, and many researchers have been attracted to work with this insect due to its potential of combining a genetic and mollecular approach to investigate genetic expression, celullar biology and neurobiology. In t...
Prolegomena to a Future Science of Biolinguistics
This essay reviews some of the problems that face biolinguistics if it is to someday succeed in understanding human language from a biological and evolutionary viewpoint. Although numerous sociological problems impede progress at present, these are ultimately soluble. The greater challenges include...
Prophylaxis of cognitive functions disorders progressing with age in women
Numerous structures of the central nervous system are responsible for cognitive functioning. The cortex is responsible for the accumulation of long-term memory. The hippocampus participates primarily in the formation of short-term episodic memory. The amygdala is involved in the formati...
Brain Slice Tutorial (Out of Print)
Abstract This web-based tutorial serves as an introduction to sectional anatomy of the human brain for preclinical students enrolled in medical neurobiology or neuroanatomy. It was developed to stimulate self-directed local and distance learning by integrating sectional anatomy into a structured for...
Cognitive poetics and biocultural (con)figurations of life, cognition and language. Towards a theory of socially integrated science
Based on the biocultural dynamics of Greek poiesis and autopoiesis as evolutionary processes of meaning evaluative (con)figuration, Cognitive Poetics proposes key methodological adjustments, mainly at the philological, ontological and cultural levels. The aim is to improve our understanding of cogni...