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A resting state network in the motor control circuit of the basal ganglia
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Although the basal ganglia RSN has not been reported in most ICA-based studies using a similar methodology, it is demonstrated that it is reproducible across subjects, common resting state conditions and imaging parameters, and it corresponds with the motor control circuit. Expand
Altered reward processing in the nucleus accumbens and mesial prefrontal cortex of patients with posttraumatic stress disorder
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It is suggested that positive outcome information lost its salience for patients with PTSD, which may reflect decreasing motivation as the task progressed. Expand
Manipulation of feedback expectancy and valence induces negative and positive reward prediction error signals manifest in event-related brain potentials.
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This study investigated feedback expectancy and valence using a probabilistic gambling paradigm where subjects encountered expected or unexpected positive and negative feedback outcomes and found FRN amplitude reflected a negative reward prediction error, but to a minor extent also a positive reward predictions error. Expand
Evidence for Premotor Cortex Activity during Dynamic Visuospatial Imagery from Single-Trial Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Event-Related Slow Cortical Potentials
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FMRI and scalp-recorded event-related slow cortical potentials indicated that task-related activity in these areas commenced approximately 550-650 ms after stimulus presentation and persisted until task completion, providing strong and consistent evidence that the human premotor cortex is involved in dynamic visuospatial imagery. Expand
Effects of learning on feedback-related brain potentials in a decision-making task
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These findings support the view that learning leads to economy of effort and more efficient processing and show that the P3 with its close relationship to learning should be included in future studies investigating the effects of learning on ERPs. Expand
Functional neuroanatomy of the perception of modern art: A DC–EEG study on the influence of stylistic information on aesthetic experience
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Comparison of representational and abstract paintings revealed significantly higher activation for representational artworks in several regions of the brain, predominantly in the left frontal lobe and bilaterally in the temporal lobes, and stylistic information led to a better understanding of the paintings, but resulted in reduced cortical activation in theleft hemisphere. Expand
The functional role of dorso-lateral premotor cortex during mental rotation An event-related fMRI study separating cognitive processing steps using a novel task paradigm
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This study used event-related fMRI to assess whether activation in parietal and dorsolateral premotor areas (dPM) during mental rotation is distinctively related to processing spatial orientation information and shows that activation in dPM areas is strongest duringmental rotation proper. Expand
The impact of EPI voxel size on SNR and BOLD sensitivity in the anterior medio-temporal lobe: a comparative group study of deactivation of the Default Mode
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Reduction in signal dephasing afforded by high resolution EPI is realized as a substantial increase in SNR and BOLD sensitivity in group fMRI data, allowing the first demonstration of the involvement of the amygdala in the Default Mode in fMRI. Expand
Do we care about the powerless third? An ERP study of the three-person ultimatum game
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The correlation between rejection rates and the MFN amplitude supports the notion that this ERP component is also modulated by positive events and highlights how the authors' expectations concerning other humans' behavior guide their own decisions. Expand
Agency matters! Social preferences in the three-person ultimatum game
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Elect EEG was recorded simultaneously while two participants were playing the three-person ultimatum game (UG) to investigate how the outcomes of the respective other are evaluated by participants who were treated fairly or unfairly themselves and to what extent agency influences concerns for fairness. Expand
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