fNIRS

AcronymDefinition
fNIRSfunctional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
fNIRSFunctional Near-Infrared Spectrophotometry
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Given the wide range of locations and environments in which epidemiological studies take place, it is important to use caution when preparing to incorporate fNIRS into study designs.
In preparing for this study, our team recognized multiple methodological challenges--including identification of neurobehavioral domains of interest, functional (brain) regions of interest, fNIRS task selection, and testing environment--that required thoughtful planning to adequately address.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Wireless Fnirs (fuctbnal Near Infra Red Spectroscopy) System
fNIRS is a noninvasive optical technique that measures oxygen levels in the brain to chart neurological activity.
Studies under way at NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland are employing functional near infrared spectroscopy, also know as fNIRS, and other imaging technology to measure blood flow in the brain's cortex and the concentration of oxygen in the blood.
The department of Psychology requires a state-of-the-art fNIRS device with a proved research record in monitoring functional activation in adults.
Because infant cognitive development is tightly intertwined with brain development we investigate effects of sensitivity on the neural underpinnings of socio-cognitive development, using fNIRS to image brain activity.
Study 2 tests the congruence in brain activation between reaching performance and observation while infants brain responses are measured using fNIRS.
Contract notice: Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy fNIRS equipment (ITT/669)
psychoacoustics, fNIRS brain imaging, EEG/ERP paradigms, intercultural studies, infant studies), project CREAM will yield the first functional description of the neural and cognitive processes involved in the induction of emotions by music, and establish new avenues for interdisciplinary research between the life sciences and the information sciences.