Rupesh Kumar Chikara

Rupesh Kumar Chikara
National Chiao Tung University | NCTU · Department of Biological Science and Technology

Ph.D.

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Embodied cognitive attention detection is important for many real-world applications, such as monitoring attention in daily driving and studying. Exploring how the brain and behavior are influenced by visual sensory inputs becomes a major challenge in the real world. The neural activity of embodied mind cognitive states can be understood through si...
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Patients with bilateral vestibular hypofunction (BVH) often suffer from imbalance, gait problems, and oscillopsia. Noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation (GVS), a technique that non-invasively stimulates the vestibular afferents, has been shown to enhance postural and walking stability. However, no study has investigated how it affects stability and...
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The stop signal task has been used to quantify the human inhibitory control. The inter-subject and intra-subject variability was investigated under the inhibition of human response with a realistic environmental scenario. In present study, we used a battleground scenario where a sniper-scope picture was the background, a target picture was a go sig...
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This study presents a new approach to exploring human inhibition in a realistic scenario. In previous inhibition studies, the stimulus design of go/no-go task generally used a simple symbol for the go and stop signals. We can understand the neural activity of inhibition through simple symbol scenario. In the real world, situations of human inhibiti...
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Substantial developments have been established in the past few years for enhancing the performance of brain–computer interface (BCI) based on steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP). The past SSVEP-BCI studies utilized different target frequencies with flashing stimuli in many different applications. However, it is not easy to recognize user’s...
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Inhibitory control is a cognitive process that inhibits a response. It is used in everyday activities, such as driving a motorcycle, driving a car and playing a game. The effect of this process can be compared to the red traffic light in the real world. In this study, we investigated brain connectivity under human inhibitory control using the phase...
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Human inhibitory control refers to the suppression of behavioral response in real environments, such as when driving a car or riding a motorcycle, playing a game and operating a machine. The P300 wave is a neural marker of human inhibitory control, and it can be used to recognize the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in hu...
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Auditory alarms are used to direct people’s attention to critical events in complicated environments. The capacity for identifying the auditory alarms in order to take the right action in our daily life is critical. In this work, we investigate how auditory alarms affect the neural networks of human inhibition. We used a famous stop-signal or go/no...
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Introduction Abnormal neural oscillation in human brains such as overt synchronous beta oscillation in Parkinson’s disease can be one of the neural pathological signatures. How to desynchronize the abnormal oscillation is an important issue for treating the Parkinson’s disease. Therefore, neurologists tried to adopt multiple external oscillatory st...
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A reward or punishment can modulate motivation and emotions, which in turn affect cognitive processing. The present simultaneous functional magnetic resonance imaging-electroencephalography study examines neural mechanisms of response inhibition under the influence of a monetary reward or punishment by implementing a modified stop-signal task in a...
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In this paper, a method is proposed to predict the resting-state outcomes of participants based on their electroencephalogram (EEG) signals recorded before the successful /unsuccessful response inhibition. The motivation of this study is to enhance the shooter performance for shooting the target, when their EEG patterns show that they are ready. Th...
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The stop-signal paradigm has been widely adopted as a way to parametrically quantify the response inhibition process. To evaluate inhibitory function in realistic environmental settings, the current study compared stop-signal responses in two different scenarios: One uses simple visual symbols as go and stop signals, and the other translates the ty...
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In this paper, we present a classification method based on electroencephalogram (EEG) signal during left hand and right hand response inhibition (stop success vs stop fail) from different participants. The system uses phase locking value (PLV) for the features extraction and pattern recognition algorithm for classification. There are four classifie...
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People regularly show inhibition control in split second under tough situations in daily life. In order to identify the brain process of inhibition control, this study introduced a new methodology to observe brain dynamics in response and success/failure inhibition in typical and realistic scenarios. Subjects will feel stress during decision-making...

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