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Magnetoencephalography
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Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is an invaluable functional brain imaging technique that provides direct, real-time monitoring of neuronal activity necessary for gaining insight into dynamic cortical networks. This handbook covers the rich and transdisciplinary nature of the MEG field. The underlying motivation for this book was to make this diverse and extensive collection of chapters available to both newcomers and experienced researchers with the hope of stimulating growth in the MEG area.  The book is a comprehensive knowledge base of MEG basics along with the latest developments in methodological, empirical and clinical research, directed toward masters and doctoral students, as well as researchers already in the field. The topics range from neuromagnetic measurements, signal processing and source localization techniques to dynamic functional networks underlying perception and cognition in both health and disease. Topical reviews cover, among others: development on SQUID-based and novel sensors, multi-modal integration (low field MRI and MEG; EEG and fMRI), Bayesian approaches to multi-modal integration, direct neuronal imaging, novel noise reduction methods, source-space functional analysis, decoding of brain states, dynamic brain connectivity, sensory-motor integration, MEG studies on perception and cognition, thalamocortical oscillations, fetal and neonatal MEG, pediatric MEG studies, cognitive development, clinical applications of MEG in epilepsy, pre-surgical mapping, stroke, schizophrenia, stuttering, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, autism, aging and neurodegeneration, MEG applications in cognitive neuropharmacology, along with an overview of major open-source analysis tools. The 2nd edition, which is now presented as a Springer Reference, has 9 sections compared to 5 in the first edition and includes a total of 61 chapters. It provides more in-depth tutorials on MEG as an enabling tool in neuroscience and on linear source estimation and spatial filtering approaches.  A set of 11 new chapters and 20 updated chapters cover, among others, new topics such as simultaneous MEG and intracerebral EEG recordings, MEG studies on time processing and temporal cognition, open source MNE software, presurgical localization of language, emerging zero helium boil-off MEG technologies and provides updates on novel multi-modal fusion and related modeling approaches, open source analysis packages, neural decoding and MEG Brain Computer Interface, organizational cognitive neuroscience as well as developmental studies and clinical applications. In the last two years significant advances have been made in the field of novel sensor development, particularly for optically pumped magnetometers (OPMs) which are leading the way to a new generation of wearable MEG systems. Included in this new edition is a new chapter covering the topic of “on-scalp” MEG and an updated chapter on OPMs. The book was edited by a board of internationally renowned scientists serving as Section Editors: Part I: MEG Tutorials: Seppo Ahlfors                   Part II: Source Analysis and Multi-modal Integration: Selma Supek and Cheryl J. Aine Part III: Open Source Analysis Packages: Alexandre Gramfort Part IV: Functional Connectivity and Oscillatory Activity:  Matthew Brooks Part V: Neurodevelopment Across Lifespan: Julia M. Stephen Part VI: Sensory and Cognitive Studies: Catherine Tallon-Baudry Part VII: Clinical Application and Translational Studies: Nobukazu Nakasato Part VIII: Novel Brain Research Topics: Lauri Parkkonen Part IX: Emerging Technologies: Risto Ilmoniemi

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Magnetoencephalography
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Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is an invaluable functional brain imaging technique that provides direct, real-time monitoring of neuronal activity necessary for gaining insight into dynamic cortical networks. This handbook covers the rich and transdisciplinary nature of the MEG field. The underlying motivation for this book was to make this diverse and extensive collection of chapters available to both newcomers and experienced researchers with the hope of stimulating growth in the MEG area.  The book is a comprehensive knowledge base of MEG basics along with the latest developments in methodological, empirical and clinical research, directed toward masters and doctoral students, as well as researchers already in the field. The topics range from neuromagnetic measurements, signal processing and source localization techniques to dynamic functional networks underlying perception and cognition in both health and disease. Topical reviews cover, among others: development on SQUID-based and novel sensors, multi-modal integration (low field MRI and MEG; EEG and fMRI), Bayesian approaches to multi-modal integration, direct neuronal imaging, novel noise reduction methods, source-space functional analysis, decoding of brain states, dynamic brain connectivity, sensory-motor integration, MEG studies on perception and cognition, thalamocortical oscillations, fetal and neonatal MEG, pediatric MEG studies, cognitive development, clinical applications of MEG in epilepsy, pre-surgical mapping, stroke, schizophrenia, stuttering, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, autism, aging and neurodegeneration, MEG applications in cognitive neuropharmacology, along with an overview of major open-source analysis tools. The 2nd edition, which is now presented as a Springer Reference, has 9 sections compared to 5 in the first edition and includes a total of 61 chapters. It provides more in-depth tutorials on MEG as an enabling tool in neuroscience and on linear source estimation and spatial filtering approaches.  A set of 11 new chapters and 20 updated chapters cover, among others, new topics such as simultaneous MEG and intracerebral EEG recordings, MEG studies on time processing and temporal cognition, open source MNE software, presurgical localization of language, emerging zero helium boil-off MEG technologies and provides updates on novel multi-modal fusion and related modeling approaches, open source analysis packages, neural decoding and MEG Brain Computer Interface, organizational cognitive neuroscience as well as developmental studies and clinical applications. In the last two years significant advances have been made in the field of novel sensor development, particularly for optically pumped magnetometers (OPMs) which are leading the way to a new generation of wearable MEG systems. Included in this new edition is a new chapter covering the topic of “on-scalp” MEG and an updated chapter on OPMs. The book was edited by a board of internationally renowned scientists serving as Section Editors: Part I: MEG Tutorials: Seppo Ahlfors                   Part II: Source Analysis and Multi-modal Integration: Selma Supek and Cheryl J. Aine Part III: Open Source Analysis Packages: Alexandre Gramfort Part IV: Functional Connectivity and Oscillatory Activity:  Matthew Brooks Part V: Neurodevelopment Across Lifespan: Julia M. Stephen Part VI: Sensory and Cognitive Studies: Catherine Tallon-Baudry Part VII: Clinical Application and Translational Studies: Nobukazu Nakasato Part VIII: Novel Brain Research Topics: Lauri Parkkonen Part IX: Emerging Technologies: Risto Ilmoniemi

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CBT Express
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'Get on the train--you don’t want to miss the CBT Express! This outstanding resource should be within reach of every primary care provider who has the opportunity to provide behavioral support to children, adolescents, and their families. The authors break down complex psychological theory into practical snippets, provide vignettes to facilitate understanding, and describe therapeutic interventions that can be provided in minutes. The tools in this book can make an enormous difference in the life of a child.'--Jess P. Shatkin, MD, MPH, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Pediatrics, New York University School of Medicine 'The authors’ approach is unique in their ability to boil down theoretically sound interventions into doable steps for providers in different roles and professions. While a background in CBT is helpful, it’s not essential: the stand-alone strategies are well described with case examples, worksheets, and illustrations. The text clearly describes what the professional can say and do....Although many CBT books are available, CBT Express is truly different, focusing on quick and easy-to-implement CBT interventions to address symptoms while maintaining the theoretical basis and strong evidence base of CBT.'--from the Foreword by Judith S. Beck, PhD, President, Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy 'Filling a void in the field, this volume details evidence-based CBT interventions for youth in a user friendly, efficient way. The brevity and focus of the book make it perfect for use in an array of front-line settings. Helping to disseminate effective interventions more broadly, this is a book that all CBT practitioners should have. An important, unique contribution.'--Eric A. Storch, PhD, McIngvale Presidential Endowed Chair and Professor, Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine 'In our rapidly changing health care environment, traditional 50-minute weekly therapy sessions are not always practical or feasible. This book addresses this shift in practice by offering numerous examples of quick interventions rooted firmly in CBT research. The illustrative case examples provide clear models for care and demonstrate how to cross the bridge from research to practice. This CBT toolkit will be a go-to resource for those practicing in integrated health settings or other fast-paced clinical environments.'--Jennifer Shroff Pendley, PhD, Chief Psychologist, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children 'This unique, immensely practical clinician’s guide meets a need in our changing system for delivering behavioral health care to youth. Do not let the ‘express’ fool you--while the focus on efficiency is real, this is a comprehensive offering, full of evidence-based clinical wisdom and creativity. The authors expertly cover a range of presenting concerns, providing case examples, realistic sample scripts, and a wide variety of downloadable clinical handouts and exercises. This incredible resource is ideal for mental health providers across settings.'--Sandra S. Pimentel, PhD, Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine 'An excellent book for practitioners and students at all stages of professional development. McClure, Friedberg, Thordarson, and Keller share their expertise in this novel work on research-based therapy with youth. They describe efficient, effective interventions in a clear and concise writing style. Rich with clinical examples and interactive handouts and forms, this is a handy guide for day-to-day practice, training, and supervision.'--Nikolaos Kazantzis, PhD, Cognitive Behavior Therapy Research Unit, School of Psychological Sciences and Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, Monash University, Australia 'CBT Express gets right to the point, and will be immediately helpful to a wide range of providers. The target problems of emotion regulation, anxiety, and behavioral noncompliance are described in just enough detail and linked nicely to each intervention. Well-defined techniques are accompanied by examples and sample scripts that illustrate ways to launch and guide the unfolding intervention process. The

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