NIRS Publication Infant Monitoring NIRx

Tuesday, 07 de July de 2020
NIRS Publication Infant Monitoring NIRx

Infant Monitoring

Infant monitoring is based on continuous measurements of cortical activity within a population that may be characterized by its constant movement. The low sensitivity of fNIRS to motion artifacts make this technique an ideal choice for studies intended to explore the many unknown features of the infant brain.

Webinar: NIRS Studies with Infants and Toddlers with Dr Anderson and Dr Gemignani

*Dr. Afrouz Anderson and Dr. Jessica Gemignani will share their expertise on infant studies. They will discuss the impact of channels distances in different ages, point out some montages and brain atlases that are frequently used for infants, among other considerations. The talk will focus on children, aged prenatal through 4 years old.

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Grazioli, S., Crippa, A.,et. al. (2019). “Association between fatty acids profile and cerebral blood flow: An exploratory fNIRS study on children with and without ADHD.” Nutrients, 11(10), 2414.

Krol, K. M., Puglia, M. H., Morris, J. P., Connelly, J. J., & Grossmann, T. (2019). “Epigenetic modification of the oxytocin receptor gene is associated with emotion processing in the infant brain”. Developmental cognitive neuroscience, 37, 100648.

T. Grossmann, M. Missana, and K. M. Krol, “The neurodevelopmental precursors of altruistic behavior in infancy,” PLOS Biology, vol. 16, no. 9, p. e2005281, Sep. 2018.

A. van der Kant, S. Biro, C. Levelt, and S. Huijbregts, “Negative affect is related to reduced differential neural responses to social and non-social stimuli in 5-to-8-month-old infants: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy-study,” Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, vol. 30, pp. 23–30, Apr. 2018.

C. Issard and J. Gervain, “Adult-like processing of time-compressed speech by newborns: A NIRS study,” Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Oct. 2017.

D. Zhang, Y. Zhou, X. Hou, Y. Cui, and C. Zhou, “Discrimination of emotional prosodies in human neonates: A pilot fNIRS study,” Neuroscience Letters, vol. 658, pp. 62–66, Sep. 2017.

N. H. Kashou, I. A. Dar, K. A. Hasenstab, R. W. Nahhas, and S. R. Jadcherla, “Somatic stimulation causes frontoparietal cortical changes in neonates: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study,” Neurophotonics, vol. 4, no. 1, p. 11004, Jan. 2017.

A. Galderisi, S. Brigadoi, S. Cutini, S.B. Moro, E. Lolli, F. Meconi, S. Benavides-Varela, E. Baraldi, P. Amodio, C. Cobelli, C., et al., “Long-term continuous monitoring of the preterm brain with diffuse optical tomography and electroencephalography: a technical note on cap manufacturing,” Neurophoton, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 045009–045009, 2016.

N. Altvater-Mackensen and T. Grossmann, “The role of left inferior frontal cortex during audiovisual speech perception in infants,” NeuroImage, vol. 133, pp. 14–20, Jun. 2016.

J. Gervain, “Plasticity in early language acquisition: the effects of prenatal and early childhood experience,” Curr. Opin. Neurobiol., vol. 35, pp. 13–20, Dec. 2015.

C. Bouchon, T. Nazzi, and J. Gervain, “Hemispheric Asymmetries in Repetition Enhancement and Suppression Effects in the Newborn Brain,” PLOS ONE, vol. 10, no. 10, p. e0140160, Oct. 2015.

S. R. Jadcherla, J. F. Pakiraih, K. A. Hasenstab, I. Dar, X. Gao, D. G. Bates, and N. H. Kashou, “Esophageal reflexes modulate frontoparietal response in neonates: Novel application of concurrent NIRS and provocative esophageal manometry,” American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology, vol. 307, no. 1, pp. G41–G49, Jul. 2014.

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