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Right hemispheric dominance of inhibitory control: an event-related functional MRI study.
Normal human behavior and cognition are reliant on a person's ability to inhibit inappropriate thoughts, impulses, and actions. The temporal and spatial advantages of event-related functional MRIExpand
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Dissociable Executive Functions in the Dynamic Control of Behavior: Inhibition, Error Detection, and Correction
The present study employed event-related fMRI and EEG to investigate the biological basis of the cognitive control of behavior. Expand
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Cue-induced cocaine craving: neuroanatomical specificity for drug users and drug stimuli.
OBJECTIVE Cocaine-related cues have been hypothesized to perpetuate drug abuse by inducing a craving response that prompts drug-seeking behavior. However, the mechanisms, underlying neuroanatomy, andExpand
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Rat brains also have a default mode network
The default mode network (DMN) in humans has been suggested to support a variety of cognitive functions and has been implicated in an array of neuropsychological disorders. However, its function(s)Expand
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Synchronized delta oscillations correlate with the resting-state functional MRI signal
  • H. Lu, Yantao Zuo, +6 authors E. Stein
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 13 November 2007
Synchronized low-frequency spontaneous fluctuations of the functional MRI (fMRI) signal have recently been applied to investigate large-scale neuronal networks of the brain in the absence of specificExpand
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Short-term meditation induces white matter changes in the anterior cingulate
The anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) is part of a network implicated in the development of self-regulation and whose connectivity changes dramatically in development. In previous studies we showedExpand
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Cingulate Hypoactivity in Cocaine Users During a GO-NOGO Task as Revealed by Event-Related Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Although extensive evidence exists for the reinforcing properties of drugs of abuse such as cocaine, relatively less research has addressed the functional neuroanatomical correlates of the cognitiveExpand
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Cognitive Mechanisms of Nicotine on Visual Attention
Understanding nicotine's neurobiological and cognitive mechanisms may help explain both its addictive properties and potential therapeutic applications. As such, functional MRI was used to determineExpand
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Resting state functional connectivity in addiction: Lessons learned and a road ahead
In this review, we first summarize the nascent addiction-related rsFC literature and suggest that in using this tool, circuit connectivity may inform specific neurobiological substrates underlying psychological dysfunctions associated with reward, affective and cognitive processing often observed in drug addicts. Expand
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Relationship between Finger Movement Rate and Functional Magnetic Resonance Signal Change in Human Primary Motor Cortex
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI) is a noninvasive technique for mapping regional brain changes in response to sensory, motor, or cognitive activation tasks. Interpretation of theseExpand
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