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  • Actividad física y síndrome de down: El juego motriz como recurso metodológico 

    Chiva Bartoll, Òscar; Gil Gómez, Jesús; Salvador García, Celina
    Este artículo propone y justifica el juego motriz como herramienta metodológica para niños y niñas con síndrome de Down. El juego motriz fomenta un estilo de vida saludable basado en la actividad física y el deporte y, ...
  • The link between resting-state functional connectivity and cognition in MS patients 

    Cruz Gómez, Álvaro Javier; Ventura Campos, Noelia; Belenguer Benavides, Antonio; Ávila Rivera, César; Forn Frias, Cristina
    Background/Objective: The objective of this paper is to explore differences in resting-state functional connectivity between cognitively impaired and preserved multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. Methods: Sixty MS patients ...
  • Reward Sensitivity Is Associated with Brain Activity during Erotic Stimulus Processing 

    Barrós Loscertales, Alfonso Roberto; Bustamante, Juan Carlos; Ventura Campos, Noelia; Rosell Negre, Patricia; Fuentes Claramonte, Paola; Costumero Ramos, Víctor; Ávila Rivera, César
    The behavioral approach system (BAS) from Gray’s reinforcement sensitivity theory is a neurobehavioral system involved in the processing of rewarding stimuli that has been related to dopaminergic brain areas. Gray’s theory ...
  • Regional Brain Atrophy and Functional Connectivity Changes Related to Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis 

    Cruz Gómez, Álvaro Javier; Ventura Campos, Noelia; Belenguer Benavides, Antonio; Ávila Rivera, César; Forn Frias, Cristina
    Fatigue is one of the most frequent symptoms in multiple sclerosis (MS), and recent studies have described a relationship between the sensorimotor cortex and its afferent and efferent pathways as a substrate of fatigue. ...
  • Bilinguals use language-control brain areas more than monolinguals to perform non-linguistic switching tasks 

    Rodríguez Pujadas, Aina; Sanjuán Tomás, Ana; Ventura Campos, Noelia; Martín, Clara; Barceló, Francisco; Costa, Albert; Román Fernández, Patricia; Ávila Rivera, César
    We tested the hypothesis that early bilinguals use language-control brain areas more than monolinguals when performing non-linguistic executive control tasks. We do so by exploring the brain activity of early bilinguals ...

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