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Functional neuroanatomy of emotions: A meta-analysis
The application of functional neuroimaging to the study of human emotion has yielded valuable data; however, the conclusions that may be drawn from any one study are limited. We applied novelExpand
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Emotional bias and inhibitory control processes in mania and depression.
BACKGROUND Despite markedly different clinical presentations, few studies have reported differences in neuropsychological functioning between mania and depression. The disinhibited behaviourExpand
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Neuropsychological impairment in patients with major depressive disorder: the effects of feedback on task performance.
BACKGROUND Recent evidence suggests that an abnormal response to performance feedback may contribute to the wide-ranging neuropsychological deficits typically associated with depressive illness. TheExpand
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Decision-making cognition in mania and depression.
BACKGROUND Despite markedly different clinical presentations, few studies have reported differences in neuropsychological functioning between mania and depression. Recent work has suggested thatExpand
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Decision making deficits in patients with first-episode and chronic schizophrenia
A considerable body of evidence suggests that the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex is dysfunctional in schizophrenia. However, relatively few studies have explored the involvement of other areas of theExpand
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Neuropsychology of bipolar disorder.
BACKGROUND Although the presence of wide-ranging neuropsychological deficits in individuals with major depression is well established, few studies have investigated the nature of cognitive impairmentExpand
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Disgust Enhances the Recollection of Negative Emotional Images
Memory is typically better for emotional relative to neutral images, an effect generally considered to be mediated by arousal. However, this explanation cannot explain the full pattern of findings inExpand
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The Silurian of the Southern Uplands and Ireland as a successor basin to the end-Ordovician closure of Iapetus
A suite of microconglomerates is recognized in Silurian rocks which occur on both sides of the proposed line of the Iapetus suture in Ireland. Clast composition and palaeocurrent data show that theseExpand
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An Early Ordovician age for the Annascaul Formation of the SE Dingle Peninsula, SW Ireland
The phyllitic mudrocks, quartz wacke sandstones and mélange units of the Annascaul Formation in the SE Dingle Peninsula, SW Ireland have been previously assumed to be Silurian in age, similar toExpand
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