Catherine Mallik

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The IMAGEN study: reinforcement-related behaviour in normal brain function and psychopathology G Schumann, E Loth, T Banaschewski, A Barbot, G Barker, C Büchel, PJ Conrod, JW Dalley, H Flor, J Gallinat, H Garavan, A Heinz, B Itterman, M Lathrop, C Mallik, K Mann, J-L Martinot, T Paus, J-B Poline, TW Robbins, M Rietschel, L Reed, M Smolka, R Spanagel, C(More)
Previous studies have observed a sex-dependent lateralization of amygdala activation related to emotional memory. Specifically, it was shown that the activity of the right amygdala correlates significantly stronger with memory for images judged as arousing in men than in women, and that there is a significantly stronger relationship in women than in men(More)
BACKGROUND Dexterity is a fundamental skill in our everyday life. Particularly, the fine-tuning of reaching for objects is of high relevance and crucially coordinated by the cerebellum. Although neuronal cerebellar structures mediate dexterity, classical whole brain voxel-based morphometry (VBM) has not identified structural correlates of dexterity in the(More)
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