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Neuropsychobiology (2021) 80 (1): 12–24.
Published Online: 21 April 2020
... processing in order to effectively develop new treatments. In this longitudinal study, we combined functional magnetic resonance imaging during a memory encoding task with proton MR spectroscopy to measure hippocampal glutamate + glutamine (Glx). Seventeen SZ were scanned while unmedicated and after 6 weeks...
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Neuropsychobiology (2016) 72 (3-4): 206–218.
Published Online: 23 February 2016
...-informed Functional magnetic resonance imaging Independent component analysis, blood oxygenation level dependent Electroencephalography Magnetoencephalography Neuropharmacology Sensory activation Higher mental function Engineering and informatics parts of functional imaging are impressive...
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Neuropsychobiology (2016) 73 (1): 52–63.
Published Online: 10 February 2016
... Neuroimaging Verbal memory Visuospatial memory Working memory Functional magnetic resonance imaging Human working memory (WM) is still a hot topic of both basic and clinical research. The investigation of this essential cognitive function not only promotes insight into basic functions...
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Neuropsychobiology (2015) 72 (1): 37–45.
Published Online: 28 August 2015
...Bernd Krämer; Oliver Gruber Human decisions are guided by a variety of motivational factors, such as immediate rewards, long-term goals, and emotions. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate the dynamic functional interactions between the amygdala, the nucleus accumbens...
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Neuropsychobiology (2015) 71 (2): 85–96.
Published Online: 09 April 2015
... being used to examine the neural correlates of stress and emotion processing; however, relations between the primary stress hormone cortisol, the functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) environment, and individual differences in response to emotional challenges are not yet well studied. The present...
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Neuropsychobiology (2015) 71 (1): 6–16.
Published Online: 27 February 2015
... activation and synchronization. Meanwhile, in the last decade, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have revealed the existence of more than a dozen resting state networks (RSNs), and combined qEEG and fMRI have allowed us to gain understanding about the relationship of qEEG and fMRI-RSNs...
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Neuropsychobiology (2014) 70 (2): 95–102.
Published Online: 30 October 2014
... experimental paradigms used in neurocognitive and neuroimaging research in PG and SUD in the past. The article ends with suggestions for new neurobiological studies in GD and SUD in the future. Functional magnetic resonance imaging Addiction Pathological gambling Gambling disorder Control Craving...
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Neuropsychobiology (2014) 69 (2): 95–106.
Published Online: 27 February 2014
... of a corresponding autobiographical event during functional magnetic resonance imaging. Method: A total of 25 healthy volunteers were studied. The task comprised a negative (shame/guilt), a positive (pride) and a neutral condition (expecting the distractor). Each condition was initiated by a simple cue, followed...
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Neuropsychobiology (2013) 67 (3): 181–184.
Published Online: 16 March 2013
.... It is uncertain to what extent these latter changes may reflect continuing subsyndromal affective fluctuations and whether those can be modulated by therapeutic interventions. Method: We report functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) findings during performance of the n-back working memory task in a bipolar...
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Neuropsychobiology (2013) 67 (2): 93–102.
Published Online: 04 January 2013
... participants with high (HA+, n = 12) and low (HA–, n = 12) HA during functional magnetic resonance imaging. Results: Prolonged reaction times for indicating the color of symptom words and a decrease in rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC) activation were seen in HA+ participants. Emotional interference...
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