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1956 35
1957 33
1958 31
1959 43
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1961 64
1962 74
1963 127
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1965 286
1966 258
1967 457
1968 497
1969 537
1970 603
1971 729
1972 816
1973 864
1974 877
1975 736
1976 795
1977 721
1978 733
1979 710
1980 766
1981 729
1982 979
1983 1036
1984 1203
1985 1070
1986 1195
1987 1386
1988 1670
1989 2417
1990 2973
1991 2594
1992 2382
1993 2332
1994 2400
1995 2224
1996 2070
1997 1946
1998 1937
1999 1793
2000 2234
2001 2352
2002 2490
2003 2445
2004 3013
2005 3385
2006 4018
2007 4418
2008 4987
2009 5252
2010 4968
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Dual-transmitter systems regulating arousal, attention, learning and memory.
Ma S, et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 28757457 Free PMC article.
Modulation of these different neural networks might be effective treatments of diseases related to arousal/sleep dysfunction and of cognitive dysfunction in psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders....
Modulation of these different neural networks might be effective treatments of diseases related to arousal/sleep dysfunction and of c …
Tracking arousal state and mind wandering with pupillometry.
Unsworth N and Robison MK. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci 2018. PMID 29654476
In four experiments, the association between arousal state and different mind-wandering states was examined. Participants performed a sustained attention task while pupil responses were continuously recorded. ...Across the four experiments, the results suggested that in situations that promoted on-task behaviors and focused external attention, mind wandering was associated with lowered arousal, as seen by smaller tonic pupil diameters and smaller phasic pupillary responses. ...
In four experiments, the association between arousal state and different mind-wandering states was examined. Participants performed a …
Emotional Modulation of Learning and Memory: Pharmacological Implications
LaLumiere RT, et al. Pharmacol Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 28420719 Free PMC article.
Evidence acquired over the past several decades, especially from studies using post-training drug administration, indicates that emotional arousal during the consolidation period influences and enhances the strength of the memory and that multiple different chemical signaling systems participate in this process. ...Additionally, studies suggest that emotional arousal and amygdala activity in particular influence synaptic plasticity and associated proteins in downstream brain regions. ...
Evidence acquired over the past several decades, especially from studies using post-training drug administration, indicates that emotional …
Pre-sleep arousal can be associated with efficient processing of sleep-related information.
Takano K, et al. J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry 2018. PMID 29486370
The bias may enhance pre-sleep arousal, such as excessive worry about sleeplessness, which prevents people from initiating normal sleep onset. ...RESULTS: For the dot-probe task, the results showed no significant association between pre-sleep cognitive arousal and sleep-related attention bias. ...
The bias may enhance pre-sleep arousal, such as excessive worry about sleeplessness, which prevents people from initiating normal sle …
Effects of arousal on biased competition in attention and short-term memory.
Ásgeirsson ÁG and Nieuwenhuis S. Atten Percept Psychophys 2019. PMID 31111454
Here, we report a stringent test of this arousal-biased competition theory in the context of visual attention and short-term memory. ...These results pose a challenge for the arousal-biased competition theory....
Here, we report a stringent test of this arousal-biased competition theory in the context of visual attention and short-term memory. …
The neurologic control of arousal and orgasm with specific attention to spinal cord lesions: Integrating preclinical and clinical sciences.
Alexander MS and Marson L. Auton Neurosci 2018 - Review. PMID 28222972
In vivo animal models, primarily rodents, have provided valuable information on the central pathways regulating sexual arousal and orgasm; however, further research is required in females and preclinical modeling of SCI that can be better translated to men and women. ...Human studies of individuals with SCIs have provided information about the neurologic control of arousal and orgasm. Psychogenic arousal is related to the preservation of sensation at T11-L2 whereas orgasm requires the presence of an intact sacral reflex arc. ...
In vivo animal models, primarily rodents, have provided valuable information on the central pathways regulating sexual arousal and or …
L-theanine, a natural constituent in tea, and its effect on mental state
Nobre AC, et al. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2008 - Clinical Trial. PMID 18296328 Free article.
These data indicate that L-theanine, at realistic dietary levels, has a significant effect on the general state of mental alertness or arousal. ...
These data indicate that L-theanine, at realistic dietary levels, has a significant effect on the general state of mental alertness or ar
Neural Representation of Subjective Sexual Arousal in Men and Women.
Parada M, et al. J Sex Med 2016. PMID 27614922
INTRODUCTION: Studies investigating brain indices of sexual arousal have begun to elucidate the brain's role in processing subjective arousal; however, most research has focused on men, used discrete ratings of subjective arousal, and used stimuli too short to induce significant arousal in women. ...This study highlights that similar brain regions are activated during subjective assessment of sexual arousal in men and women. ...
INTRODUCTION: Studies investigating brain indices of sexual arousal have begun to elucidate the brain's role in processing subjective …
Arousal and the attentional network in panic disorder.
Geiger MJ, et al. Hum Psychopharmacol 2014 - Review. PMID 25311787
The current mini-review presents psychophysiological, molecular biological/genetic and functional neuroimaging evidence for dysfunction in major arousal systems of the brain. ...A multilevel model of arousal, attention and anxiety-including the norepinephrine, orexin, neuropeptide S and caffeine-related adenosine systems-may be useful in integrating a range of data available on the pathogenesis of panic disorder....
The current mini-review presents psychophysiological, molecular biological/genetic and functional neuroimaging evidence for dysfunction in m …
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