Krutika Gohil

Krutika Gohil
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Introduction
I am an award-winning digital healthcare innovator. I offer in-depth scientific, regulatory, and clinical knowledge to develop accessible and engaging tools for digital healthcare. I focus on driving corporate growth and innovation by translating goals into actionable strategies to support all involved stakeholders.
Additional affiliations
November 2018 - October 2019
University of Leipzig
Position
  • PostDoc Position
October 2018 - present
DOCYET
Position
  • Chief Medical Officer
February 2017 - October 2018
Technische Universität Dresden
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
January 2014 - December 2016
Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus Dresden
Field of study
  • Cognitive Neurophysiology

Publications

Publications (24)
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Background: ADHD patients have been reported to display deficits in action control processes. While it is known that subliminally and consciously induced conflicts interact and conjointly modulate action control in healthy subjects, this has never been investigated for ADHD. Methods: We investigated the (potential) interaction of subliminally and...
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Dual tasking or action cascading is essential in everyday life and often investigated using tasks presenting stimuli in different sensory modalities. Findings obtained with multimodal tasks are often broadly generalized, but until today, it has remained unclear whether multimodal integration affects performance in action cascading or the underlying...
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Cognitive control is central to many every day situations. There, we usually have to combine different actions to achieve a task goal. Several lines of research indicated that areas in the prefrontal cortex determine cognitive control in situations requiring multi-component behavior. One of this is the frontopolar cortex (FPC). However, direct non-...
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In most everyday situations sensorimotor processes are quite complex because situations often require to carry out several actions in a specific temporal order; i.e. one has to cascade different actions. While it is known that changes to stimuli affect action cascading mechanisms, it is unknown whether action cascading changes when sensory stimuli...
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We are often faced with situations requiring the execution of a coordinated cascade of different actions to achieve a goal, but we can apply different strategies to do so. Until now, these different action cascading strategies have however not been examined with respect to possible effects of aging. We tackled this question in a systems neurophysio...
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Zusammenfassung Chronische Erkrankungen sind in Kombination mit einer niedrigen Gesundheitskompetenz ein zunehmend großes Problem. Um dieser Herausforderung zu begegnen, werden digitale Informationsangebote zur Prävention hin zu einem gesunden Lebensstil immer wichtiger. Bestehenden Angeboten fehlt es jedoch häufig an Glaubwürdigkeit, Zugänglichkei...
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Technological advancements in the virtual assistants' domain pave the way to implement complex autonomous agents like diagnostic chatbots. Drawing on the assumption that chatbots are perceived as both technological tools and social actors, we aim to create a deep understanding of trust-building processes towards diagnostic chatbots compared to trus...
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Technological innovations like AI-based diagnosis chatbots will pave the way for a fundamental change in providing healthcare. While previous research mostly highlights the importance of trust in adopting new technologies, there is a lack of research on distrust. We argue that the avoidance of distrust towards novel technologies is crucial since ne...
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This study aims to identify determinants for the emergence of trust in AI-based medical assessment systems consisting of chatbots and telemedicine. Existing studies have been failing to create a holistic understanding due to focusing on single trust antecedents. Our study closes this research gap by conducting semi-structured interviews and standar...
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Successful action control requires the ability to attend to relevant sensory signals in the environment. This, however, can be complicated when different sensory inputs compete for the brain’s limited resources. Under such conditions, sensory processes interact with top-down attention to selectively process goal-relevant stimuli, while inhibiting i...
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The ability to selectively perceive and flexibly attend to relevant sensory signals in the environment is essential for adaptive behavior in everyday life. The fronto-striatal gain control mechanisms likely serve as an important regulatory interface of selective attention and perception. These gain control mechanisms are likely to be modulated by t...
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Carrying conversations in public spaces with a plethora of competing sensory inputs demands flexible interactions between attention and perception for selectively processing goal-relevant information. We postulate that the fronto-striatal network plays a key role in regulating this interaction. However, to date the underlying gain control mechanism...
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The ability to selectively perceive and flexibly attend to relevant sensory signals in the environment is essential for action control. Whereas neuromodulation of sensory or attentional processing is often investigated, neuromodulation of interactive effects between perception and attention, i.e. high attentional control demand when the relevant se...
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Event-related potential (ERP) data at electrodes Cz (top), pooled across P7/P8 (middle) and pooled across TP7/TP8 (bottom). At electrode Cz, the P3 ERP-component is shown. Note that the P3 shifts depending on the condition. At electrode P7/P8, the visual P1 and N1 ERP-components are shown (topographies are given for the N1). Note that the P1/N1 shi...
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder affecting cognitive control. These functions are important to achieve goals when different actions need to be executed in close succession. This type of multi-component behavior, which often further requires the processing of information from different modalities, is important for everyd...
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Background: Perceptual decision making is the process through which available sensory information is gathered and processed to guide our choices. However, the neuropsychopharmacological basis of this important cognitive function is largely elusive. Yet, theoretical considerations suggest that the dopaminergic system may play an important role. Met...
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A great deal of our goal-directed behaviour depends on stimulus-response (S-R) associations, which can be established through conditioning or explicit instructions. For conditioned and reward maximizing behaviour, it has been shown that redundant information will no longer be taken into account once those associations have been formed (“blocking ef...
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Many everyday tasks require executive functions to achieve a certain goal. Quite often, this requires the integration of information derived from different sensory modalities. Children are less likely to integrate information from different modalities and, at the same time, also do not command fully developed executive functions, as compared to adu...
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There have recently been considerable advances in our understanding of the neuronal mechanisms underlying multitasking, but the role of multimodal integration for this faculty has remained rather unclear. We examined this issue by comparing different modality combinations in a multitasking (stop-change) paradigm. In-depth neurophysiological analyse...
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Wilson’s disease (WD) is a rare genetic disease causing copper deposits in various tissues. Given the specificity of the underlying pathology, it is a good model to investigate the effects of copper toxicity on cognitive functions in humans. If left untreated, WD results in neurodegeneration and organ failure but irrespective of potential brain dam...
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Modern cars include a host of secondary in-vehicle technology that requires control by the driver. Center-stack touch-screen displays are a popular way to accommodate the proliferation of additional functions through a flexible and scalable interface. However, touch-screens require visual attention for manual selection and provide poor tactile feed...
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Assumed similarity refers to ascribing similar attributes to the self and others. Because self-other similarity facilitates communion, people who value communion should be prone to assume self-other similarity; but because self-other similarity also evokes obligation, they may be prone to assume similarity only with others with whom they are or wou...

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