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Decreased Exercise-Induced Changes in Prefrontal Cortex Hemodynamics are Associated with Depressive Symptoms

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Fuzzy neurofeedback induces designed modulation

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Shining Light into Paediatric HIV: HIV Neurocognition and Brain Plasticity in Sub-Saharan Africa: An fNIRS Study

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Exercise-Induced Changes in Prefrontal Cortex Hemodynamics are Associated with Chronic Increases in Physical Fitness

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The effects of backchanneling and robot errors on social cognition in realistic human-robot interactions

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On the Suitability of fNIRS for Measuring Load in Multiple Resources in the Brain

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Upper/lower limbs motor cortex functional activation vs. systemic superficial hemodynamics variations by TD-fNIRS

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Cortical Activation during signal leg stance in Alpine skier using fNIRS – A case study

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Phantom Limb Therapy Provides Clinical Benefits after Amputation and Targeted Muscle Reinnervation Surgery

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Alterations in motor cortical connectivity due to short-term immobilization of an upper limb: an FNIRS case study

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