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Placebo and Opioid Analgesia-- Imaging a Shared Neuronal Network
It has been suggested that placebo analgesia involves both higher order cognitive networks and endogenous opioid systems. The rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC) and the brainstem are implicatedExpand
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Integration of Word Meaning and World Knowledge in Language Comprehension
Although the sentences that we hear or read have meaning, this does not necessarily mean that they are also true. Relatively little is known about the critical brain structures for, and the relativeExpand
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Frontal theta EEG activity correlates negatively with the default mode network in resting state.
We used simultaneously recorded EEG and fMRI to investigate in which areas the BOLD signal correlates with frontal theta power changes, while subjects were quietly lying resting in the scanner withExpand
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Declarative memory consolidation in humans: a prospective functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
Retrieval of recently acquired declarative memories depends on the hippocampus, but with time, retrieval is increasingly sustainable by neocortical representations alone. This process has beenExpand
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Retrieval and unification of syntactic structure in sentence comprehension: an FMRI study using word-category ambiguity.
Sentence comprehension requires the retrieval of single word information from long-term memory, and the integration of this information into multiword representations. The current functional magneticExpand
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Pain-related cerebral activation is altered by a distracting cognitive task
Abstract It has previously been suggested that the activity in sensory regions of the brain can be modulated by attentional mechanisms during parallel cognitive processing. To investigate whetherExpand
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Trial-by-trial coupling between EEG and BOLD identifies networks related to alpha and theta EEG power increases during working memory maintenance
PET and fMRI experiments have previously shown that several brain regions in the frontal and parietal lobe are involved in working memory maintenance. MEG and EEG experiments have shown parametricExpand
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Interaction between the Human Hippocampus and the Caudate Nucleus during Route Recognition
Navigation through familiar environments can rely upon distinct neural representations that are related to different memory systems with either the hippocampus or the caudate nucleus at their core.Expand
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Neural mechanisms for voice recognition
We investigated neural mechanisms that support voice recognition in a training paradigm with fMRI. The same listeners were trained on different weeks to categorize the mid-regions of voice-morphExpand
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The right hippocampus participates in short-term memory maintenance of object–location associations
Doubts have been cast on the strict dissociation between short- and long-term memory systems. Specifically, several neuroimaging studies have shown that the medial temporal lobe, a region almostExpand
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