We are pleased to announce that the paper titled "Network-based fMRI-neurofeedback training of sustained attention" has been accepted for publication on NeuroImage. The work, fruit of Gustavo's work on his PhD thesis, including a doctoral stay in the University of Zürich, was made in collaboration with several international authors, under Professor Garrido Salmon's guidance. In it, Gustavo shows the feasibility of a novel network-based neurofeedback training of sustained attention, which demonstrates improvements in participants, and could be further developed into a tool to aid in attention deficits. The work is Open Access, and can be read in the following link:
Gustavo S.P. Pamplona, Jennifer Heldner, Robert Langner, Yury Koush, Lars Michels, Silvio Ionta, Frank Scharnowski, Carlos E.G. Salmon, Network-based fMRI-neurofeedback training of sustained attention, NeuroImage, 2020, 117194, ISSN 1053-8119, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117194.(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811920306807)
Congratulations to authors!