Gerçek dünya Bilişsel Görevler Beyin Aktivite Monitör lifsiz, Giyilebilir fNIRS kullanma

1Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Malet Place Engineering Building, University College London, 2Infrared Imaging Lab, Institute for Advanced Biomedical Technology (ITAB), Department of Neuroscience, Imaging and Clinical Sciences, University of Chieti-Pescara, 3Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Alexandra House, University College London
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Pinti, P., Aichelburg, C., Lind, F., Power, S., Swingler, E., Merla, A., et al. Using Fiberless, Wearable fNIRS to Monitor Brain Activity in Real-world Cognitive Tasks. J. Vis. Exp. (106), e53336, doi:10.3791/53336 (2015).

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Fonksiyonel Yakın Kızılötesi Spektroskopisi (fNIRS) beyin aktivitesini izlemek için yakın kızıl ötesi ışık kullanan bir beyin tekniğidir. Nörovasküler kaplin dayanarak, fNIRS hemoglobin konsantrasyonu nöronal aktiviteye sekonder değişiklikleri ölçebilir. Diğer beyin görüntüleme teknikleri ile karşılaştırıldığında, fNIRS mekansal ve zamansal çözünürlük açısından iyi bir uzlaşma temsil eder. Dahası, taşınabilir hafif, daha az hareket eserler duyarlı ve önemli fiziksel kısıtlamaları empoze etmez. Bilişsel görevler (örneğin, işitme, yürüme analizi, sosyal etkileşim) ve farklı yaş nüfus (örneğin, yeni doğanlar, yetişkinler, yaşlılar) geniş bir yelpazede izlemek için uygun olacaktır. Lifsiz fNIRS cihazların son gelişmeler sinirbilim araştırmalarında yeni uygulamalara yol açmıştır. Bu daha hassas ve eşek doğru olabilir gerçek dünya testleri sırasında fonksiyonel aktiviteyi incelemek için eşsiz bir fırsat, temsillaboratuar bazlı testlere göre kognitif fonksiyon ve disfonksiyonu essing. Bu çalışma bir gerçek dünya prospektif hafıza görevi sırasında beyin aktivitesini izlemek için lifsiz fNIRS kullanımını araştırdı. Bu protokol konu birkaç farklı görevleri yerine getirmek için etrafında yürür iken laboratuvar ve beyin hemoglobin konsantrasyonu değişiklikleri sürekli olarak prefrontal korteks üzerinde ölçülür dışında gerçekleştirilir.

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Name Company Catalog Number Comments
Wearable Optical Topography Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation fNIRS system
Patriot Polhemus 3D magnetic digitizer
ActionCam Mobius Subject's Camera
Hero3 GoPro Experimenter's Camera
Panasonic HC-V720 Panasonic Experimenter's Camera
Platform for Optical Topography Analysis Tools (POTATo) software Hitachi, Ltd. http://www.hitachi.co.jp/products/ot/analyze/kaiseki_en.html

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