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[edit] Python program to generate names of all topics

The following program generates a list of all topics ('external components') in the Brede Database in the MediaWiki format:

from lxml import etree
import re
 
tree = etree.parse(open('/home/fnielsen/matlab/brede/xml/woexts.xml'))
names = [element.text for element in tree.xpath('/Exts/Ext/name')]
names = [re.sub('\s+', ' ', name) for name in names]
print('# [[' + ']]\n# [['.join(names) + ']]\n')

The data is available in the Brede Toolbox or from:

http://neuro.compute.dtu.dk/services/brededatabase/woexts.xml

[edit] List

  1. Mental process
  2. Cognition
  3. Emotion
  4. Motion, movement, locomotion
  5. Perception
  6. Attention
  7. Language
  8. Mathematics
  9. Memory
  10. Motor execution
  11. Music
  12. Motor preparation
  13. Speech production
  14. Audition
  15. Gustation
  16. Olfaction
  17. Somesthesis
  18. Vision (visual perception)
  19. Short-term memory
  20. Precategorical acoustic storage
  21. Second language acquisition
  22. Object recognition
  23. Face recognition
  24. Memory retrieval
  25. Imagery and imagination
  26. Visual association
  27. Sexual arousal
  28. Motivation
  29. Reading
  30. Word recognition
  31. Sentence comprehension
  32. Text comprehension
  33. Learning
  34. Category learning
  35. Anxiety
  36. Phobia
  37. Navigation
  38. Spatial navigation
  39. Non-spatial navigation
  40. Pain
  41. Cold pain
  42. Self-initiation
  43. Dreaming
  44. Phonological retrieval
  45. Object naming
  46. Rhyme judgement
  47. Prosody perception
  48. Speaker identification
  49. Episodic memory
  50. Phonetic processing
  51. Musical information processing
  52. Musical chord processing
  53. Obsessive compulsive disorder
  54. Romantic love
  55. Micturition
  56. Saccadic eye movements
  57. Self-generated eye movements
  58. Religion
  59. Self-mutilation
  60. Word identification
  61. Allesthesia
  62. Productive language
  63. Receptive language
  64. Syntactic processing
  65. Set shifting
  66. Sensation seeking
  67. Impulsivity
  68. Musical syntax
  69. Hot pain
  70. Headache
  71. Cloninger's temperament and character inventory (TCI)
  72. Harm avoidance
  73. Novelty seeking
  74. Reward dependence
  75. Persistence
  76. Self-directedness
  77. Cooperativeness
  78. Self-transcedence
  79. Disease
  80. Agoraphobia
  81. Personality
  82. Psychiatric disorder
  83. Neurological disorder
  84. Word production
  85. Articulation
  86. Phonetic encoding
  87. Phonological encoding
  88. Proprioception
  89. Agraphia
  90. Alphabetic agraphia
  91. Drug
  92. Nitroglycerin
  93. Capsaicin
  94. Dobutamine
  95. Histamine
  96. Humphrey's object naming
  97. Structural stage
  98. Semantic stage
  99. Phonological stage
  100. Visual motion
  101. Biological visual motion
  102. Kinetic boundaries
  103. Coherent visual motion
  104. 3D surface shape from motion parallax
  105. Conscious state
  106. Relaxed conscious state
  107. Normal resting consciousness
  108. Relaxation meditation
  109. Episodic memory retrieval
  110. Time-context-specific memory
  111. Time-context specific memory recall
  112. Long-term memory
  113. Amnesia
  114. Retrograde amnesia
  115. Anterograde amnesia
  116. Person-context-specific memory
  117. Person-context-specific memory recall
  118. Comprehension of artefacts
  119. Action knowledge for artefact comprehension
  120. Action knowledge
  121. Semantic knowledge for artefact comprehension
  122. Objects (processing)
  123. Artefact objects
  124. Natural objects
  125. Object categorization
  126. Visual object recognition
  127. Phonological agraphia
  128. Language disorders
  129. Artefact object categorization
  130. Visual artefact object categorization
  131. Kinesthesis
  132. Motion perception
  133. Fixation
  134. Explicit memory
  135. Implicit memory
  136. Visual word recognition
  137. Visual letter recognition
  138. Visually degraded word recognition
  139. Deception
  140. Feigh memory impairment
  141. Social behavior
  142. Comprehension
  143. Executive control process
  144. Set maintenance
  145. Response selection
  146. Inhibition of competing task
  147. Decision making
  148. Strategy switching in the presence of obstacles
  149. Locomotion
  150. Eye movement
  151. Virtual locomotion
  152. Pleasantness
  153. Unpleasantness
  154. Response competition
  155. Apraxia
  156. Ideomotoric apraxia
  157. Ideational apraxia
  158. Anomia
  159. Dyslexia
  160. Face naming
  161. Animal naming
  162. Tool naming
  163. Personal name anomia
  164. Proper name anomia
  165. Speech disorder
  166. Unfamiliar face naming
  167. Voice
  168. Voice perception
  169. Imitative behavior
  170. Gesture imitation
  171. Finger configuration imitation
  172. Symbolic finger configuration imitation
  173. Non-symbolic finger configuration imitation
  174. Joystick movement
  175. Tool use
  176. Cursor movement with joystick
  177. Pursuit eye movement
  178. Smooth pursuit eye movement
  179. Catch up saccades
  180. Visually guided saccades
  181. Reasoning
  182. Deductive reasoning
  183. Probabilistic reasoning
  184. Hand movement
  185. Grasping
  186. Tonging
  187. Bupivacaine
  188. Action observation
  189. Action observation for imitation
  190. Recognition
  191. Action observation for recognition
  192. Meaningful action observation
  193. Meaningless action observation
  194. Awake resting with eyes closed
  195. Semantic knowledge retrieval
  196. Working memory
  197. Working memory manipulation
  198. Working memory maintenance
  199. Working memory updating
  200. Visual orientation
  201. Visual orientation memory updating
  202. Visual shape
  203. Picture viewing of boy/girl friend
  204. Temperature sensation
  205. Touch
  206. Cold temperature sensation
  207. Warm temperature sensation
  208. Spatial neglect
  209. Perceptual disorders
  210. Agnosia
  211. Prosopagnosia
  212. Acalculia
  213. Attended pain
  214. Distracted pain
  215. Speech
  216. Speech perception
  217. Phoneme perception
  218. Chords perception
  219. Alzheimer's disease
  220. Chronic pain
  221. Facial pain
  222. Facial Neuralgia
  223. Familiarity
  224. Emotional familiarity recognition
  225. Visuospatial attention
  226. Visuospatial expectancy
  227. Neurotic, stress and somatoform disorders
  228. Severe stress reactions and adjustment disorders
  229. Post-traumatic stress disorder
  230. Neurotransmitter receptor
  231. Amino acid receptor
  232. GABA receptor
  233. GABA-A receptor
  234. BZ site GABA-A receptor
  235. GABA site GABA-A receptor
  236. GABA-B receptor
  237. Glutamate receptor
  238. AMPA receptor
  239. NMDA receptor
  240. Cholinergic receptor
  241. Monoamine receptor
  242. Dopaminergic receptor
  243. D1 receptor
  244. D2 receptor
  245. Muscarinic receptor
  246. M1 receptor
  247. M2 receptor
  248. M3 receptor
  249. M4 receptor
  250. M5 receptor
  251. Nicotinic receptor
  252. Catecholamine receptor
  253. Adrenergic receptor
  254. Alpha adrenoreceptor
  255. Beta adrenoreceptor
  256. Alpha-1 adrenoreceptor
  257. Alpha-2 adrenoreceptor
  258. Alpha-1A adrenoreceptor
  259. Autobiographical memory
  260. Autobiographical memory retrieval
  261. Thermal pain
  262. Mentalizing
  263. Intentional stance
  264. Fear
  265. Disgust
  266. Localized movement
  267. Finger movement
  268. Sequential finger opposition
  269. Vibrotactile perception
  270. Hypnosis
  271. Social Phobia
  272. Emotional stress
  273. Monitoring
  274. Memory retrieval monitoring
  275. Visual shape attention
  276. Color perception
  277. Color attention
  278. Tones
  279. Unpredictable tones
  280. Novelty processing
  281. Self-monitoring
  282. Silent word generation
  283. Foot
  284. Foot somesthesis
  285. Anger
  286. Averted anger
  287. Ambiguous threat
  288. Sadness
  289. Serotonin receptor
  290. 5-HT1 receptor
  291. 5-HT2 receptor
  292. 5-HT3 receptor
  293. 5-HT4 receptor
  294. 5-HT5 receptor
  295. 5-HT6 receptor
  296. 5-HT7 receptor
  297. 5-HT1A receptor
  298. 5-HT2A receptor
  299. 5-HT1B receptor
  300. Serotonin system
  301. Serotonin neurotransmitter
  302. Galvanic skin response
  303. Possitive correlation for galvanic skin response
  304. Negative correlation for galvanic skin response
  305. Early phase heat pain
  306. Late phase heat pain
  307. Mental state
  308. Sleeping
  309. Rapid-eye-movement sleep
  310. Slow-wave sleep
  311. Rapid-eye-movement sleep increase
  312. Rapid-eye-movement sleep decrease
  313. Facial familiarity
  314. Happiness
  315. Recognition memory
  316. Recollection
  317. Reading of single words
  318. Semantic memory
  319. Declarative memory
  320. Procedural memory
  321. Conditioning
  322. Classical conditioning
  323. Analgesics
  324. Fentanyl
  325. Placebo
  326. Unpleasant episodic memory retrieval
  327. Retrieval mode episodic memory retrieval
  328. Episodic memory ecphony
  329. Memory encoding
  330. Emotional verbal episodic memory encoding
  331. Emotional memory
  332. Episodic memory encoding
  333. Unpredictability
  334. Predictability
  335. Reward
  336. Finger static force exertion
  337. Visuoproprioception
  338. Visuoproprioceptive adaption
  339. Prism adaption
  340. Intelligence
  341. Spatial intelligence
  342. Verbal intelligence
  343. Humor
  344. Gene
  345. Apolipoprotein gene
  346. Apolipoprotein E gene
  347. Apolipoprotein E e4 allele
  348. 5-HT1D receptor
  349. 5-HT1E receptor
  350. 5-HT1F receptor
  351. 5-HT2B receptor
  352. 5-HT2C receptor
  353. 5-HT5a receptor
  354. 5-HT5b receptor
  355. Serotonin transporter
  356. Serotonin transporter gene
  357. Promotor region of serotonin transporter gene
  358. S allele of promoter region of serotonin transporter gene
  359. L allele of promoter region of serotonin transporter gene
  360. Permanent amnesia
  361. Self/other processing
  362. Self processing
  363. Other processing
  364. Self-reflection
  365. Awareness
  366. Self-awareness
  367. Action attribution
  368. Judgement
  369. Evaluative judgment
  370. Migraine
  371. Migraine without aura
  372. Visual human body perception
  373. Stage 1 sleep
  374. Personal characteristic
  375. Age
  376. Serotonin reuptake inhibitor
  377. Paroxetine
  378. Paroxetine-treated obsessive-compulsive disorder
  379. Other anxiety disorders
  380. Panic disorder
  381. Neurotransmitter system
  382. Neurotransmitter
  383. Monoamine neurotransmitter
  384. Dopamine neurotransmitter
  385. Catecholamine neurotransmitter
  386. Norepinephrine neurotransmitter
  387. Acetylcholine neurotransmitter
  388. Amino acid neurotransmitter
  389. Aspartate neurotransmitter
  390. Glutamate neurotransmitter
  391. GABA neurotransmitter
  392. Glycine
  393. Peptide neurotransmitter
  394. Tachykinin neuroreceptor
  395. Gas neurotransmitter
  396. Nitric oxide neurotransmitter
  397. Carbon monoxide neurotransmitter
  398. Vinpocetine
  399. Peptide receptor
  400. Opioid receptor
  401. Delta opioid receptor
  402. Kappa opioid receptor
  403. Mu opioid receptor
  404. Sigma opiod receptor
  405. Histamine system
  406. Histamine neurotransmitter
  407. Histamine neuroreceptor
  408. Histamine H1 neuroreceptor
  409. Histamine H2 neuroreceptor
  410. Histamine H3 neuroreceptor
  411. Histamine H4 neuroreceptor
  412. Histamine H1 Antagonist
  413. Classical histamine H1 antagonist
  414. Second-generation histamine H1 antagonist
  415. Ebastine
  416. (+)-Chlorpheniramine
  417. Visuoproprioceptive conflict
  418. Silent reading
  419. Reading of single pseudowords
  420. Silent reading of single words
  421. Silent reading of single pseudowords
  422. Reading of single proper words
  423. Silent reading of single proper words
  424. Word rate
  425. Proper word rate
  426. Pseudoword rate
  427. Tourette syndrome
  428. Tics disorder
  429. Tics
  430. Tics in Tourette's syndrome
  431. Behavioural and emotional disorders with childhood and adolescence
  432. Coprolalia in Tourette's syndrome
  433. Motor tics in Tourette's syndrome
  434. Behavioral syndromes associatesd with physiological disturbances and physical factors
  435. Eating disorders
  436. Anorexia nervosa
  437. Acetylcholinesterase inhibitor
  438. Tacrine
  439. Saccadic suppression
  440. Imagined saccades
  441. Bulimia nervosa
  442. Cluster headache
  443. Nitroglycerin-provoked cluster headache
  444. Citalopram
  445. Age-Citalopram
  446. D1-like receptor
  447. D2-like receptor
  448. D3 receptor
  449. D4 receptor
  450. D5 receptor
  451. D2/D3 receptors
  452. Memory retention
  453. Verbal encoding
  454. Primacy effect in memory encoding
  455. Primacy effect in verbal encoding
  456. Novel encoding
  457. Association
  458. Associative Encoding
  459. Familiar associative encoding
  460. Associative novelty encoding
  461. Planning
  462. Tower of London
  463. Visual object naming
  464. Basic level object processing
  465. Domain level object processing
  466. Basic level object naming
  467. Domain level object naming
  468. Basic level visual object naming
  469. Domain level visual object naming
  470. Visual object processing
  471. Neurotransmitter transporter
  472. Visual memory
  473. Visual associative recognition memory
  474. Visuospatial processing
  475. Visuospatial associative recognition memory
  476. Novel visual associative recognition memory
  477. Repeated visual associative recognition memory
  478. Socioemotional processing
  479. Empathy
  480. Forgiveness
  481. Socioemotional judgment
  482. Empathy judgement
  483. Foregiveness judgement
  484. Perceptual change
  485. Visual change
  486. Auditory change
  487. Tactile change
  488. Negative affect
  489. Tension-Anxiety
  490. Elbow movement
  491. Localized somesthesis
  492. Elbow somesthesis
  493. Nonconscious memory
  494. Nonconscious associative semantic encoding
  495. Nonconscious associative semantic retrieval
  496. Associative retrieval
  497. Affective disorders
  498. Manic disorder
  499. Bipolar disorder
  500. Major depressive disorder
  501. Depressive episode
  502. Visual body recognition
  503. Fearful visual body recognition
  504. Multimodal perception
  505. Congruent multimodal perception
  506. Incongruent multimodal perception
  507. Audiovisual speech perception
  508. Ketamine
  509. Fearful face recognition
  510. NEO PI-R
  511. Neuroticism
  512. Extraversion
  513. Openness to experience
  514. Agreeableness
  515. Conscientiousness
  516. Verbal memory
  517. Verbal retrieval
  518. Verbal associative encoding
  519. Verbal Episodic Memory Retrieval
  520. Sniffing
  521. Odour-based smelling
  522. Externally generated emotion
  523. Internally generated emotion
  524. Threat
  525. Externally generated threat response
  526. Implicit memory for abstract rule
  527. Skill acquisition in fixed stimulus response mappings
  528. Expectancy violation
  529. Expectancy violation in implicit memory
  530. Verbal fluency
  531. Word repetition
  532. Story comprehension
  533. Text story comprehension
  534. Rapid speech perception
  535. Homophone judgement
  536. Initial-consonant judgement
  537. Stimulated passive state
  538. Motion mental process
  539. Verbal motion
  540. Recurrent depression
  541. Stroop
  542. Externally generated happiness
  543. Externally generated disgust
  544. Externally generated sadness
  545. Happy memory
  546. Disgust memory
  547. Sadness memory
  548. Semantic processing
  549. Abstract/concrete judgement
  550. Phonological processing
  551. Syllable counting
  552. Case judgment
  553. Unfairness in gaming
  554. Item-related memory
  555. Spatial processing
  556. Visuospatial memory
  557. Visuospatial working memory
  558. Previous-target joystick cursor movement
  559. Fluent speech production
  560. Speech production rate
  561. Fluent speech production rate
  562. Immediate reward
  563. Long-term reward
  564. Letter-cued silent word generation
  565. Category-cued silent word generation
  566. Guilty knowledge test lying
  567. Divided attention
  568. Focused attention
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