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Objectifying meaningfulness in activities by measuring prefrontal cortical oxygenation: a pilot study

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Intergroup bias in smile discrimination and mentalizing: A fNIRS study

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Investigating neural correlates of social distancing and cognitive load in dynamic real-world tasks

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Concurrent associations between parent-infant interactions and cortical selectivity to social auditory and visual stimuli in 5-month-old infants: a preliminary study

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Using fNIRS-based hyperscanning to promote research on Neuromanagement

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Development of cortical processing of dynamic bodies in infancy

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Investigating Mother-Child Inter-Brain Synchrony with a naturalistic paradigm: An fNIRS hyper scanning study

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Feasibility of measuring prefrontal activation using fNIRS during a response inhibition task in Williams syndrome

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Impact of interrupted schooling on the development of the brain’s capacity for reading Examining neural systems for reading in Syrian refugee children in Canada

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Neural processing of social gaze cueing in typical and ASD adults during a live face-to-face joint attention task

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