Articles on Category: Research Reviews

May 31, 2018
The Pupils: A Window Into Brain Function

In a paper published in December 2017, the authors concluded that changes of pupil size have been identified as a reliable marker of underlying brain activity and thus can relate to brain-network state changes. This suggests that pupillometry may be used as an index for network state, or functional fluctuations.

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May 10, 2018
Can a Concussion Make You Cross-Eyed?

Did you know that the brain structures associated with binocular (seeing with both eyes) vision function differently in people with brain injuries and those without brain injuries? In a 2015 study published in Frontiers Neurology, the authors used functional MRI to assess the structures associated with a type of eye movement called vergence eye movements.

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