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Prefrontal organization of cognitive control according to levels of abstraction
The prefrontal cortex (PFC) plays a crucial role in cognitive control and higher mental functions by maintaining working memory representations of currently relevant information, thereby inducing aExpand
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Localizing the rostrolateral prefrontal cortex at the individual level
The functions of the rostrolateral prefrontal cortex (RLPFC) have recently become the target of multiple theories and empirical investigations. This region can be loosely defined as the lateralExpand
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Improved modulation of rostrolateral prefrontal cortex using real-time fMRI training and meta-cognitive awareness
Recent real-time fMRI (rt-fMRI) training studies have demonstrated that subjects can achieve improved control over localized brain regions by using real-time feedback about the level of fMRI signalExpand
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Structural brain changes in first episode mania with and without psychosis: Data from the Systematic Treatment Optimization Program for Early Mania (STOP-EM)
Abstract Objectives: The neurobiological underpinnings of bipolar I disorder are not yet understood. Previous structural neuroimaging studies of bipolar disorder have produced rather conflictingExpand
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Mind-Wandering, Awareness and Task-Performance: an fMRI study
Mind-wandering is a vibrant and multifaceted cognitive process, but the neural underpinnings of its various components are poorly understood. In this study fMRI was used to examine 15 subjects givenExpand
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Effect of methylphenidate on ICU and hospital length of stay in patients with severe and moderate traumatic brain injury
OBJECTIVE Traumatic brain injury is one of the major causes of death and disability among young people. Methylphenidate, a neural stimulant and protective drug, which has been mainly used forExpand
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Neuroprogression and episode recurrence in bipolar I disorder: A study of gray matter volume changes in first‐episode mania and association with clinical outcome
Bipolar I disorder (BD‐I) is associated with gray matter volume (GMV) alterations in neural regions important for emotional regulation. Reductions found in patients with multiple episodes are notExpand
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Mind-wandering with and without awareness: An fMRI study of spontaneous thought processes
Mind-wandering with and without Awareness: An fMRI study of spontaneous thought processes Rachelle Smith 1 (rachelle@psych.ubc.ca) Kamyar Keramatian 2 (kamyar@psych.ubc.ca) Jonathan Smallwood 1Expand
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