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Global, voxel, and cluster tests, by theory and permutation, for a difference between two groups of structural MR images of the brain
The authors describe almost entirely automated procedures for estimation of global, voxel, and cluster-level statistics to test the null hypothesis of zero neuroanatomical difference between two
Social intelligence in the normal and autistic brain: an fMRI study
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) confirmed Brothers' prediction that the STG and amygdala show increased activation when using social intelligence, and provided support for the social brain theory of normal function, and the amygdala theory of autism.
Attenuation of the neural response to sad faces in major depression by antidepressant treatment: a prospective, event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
Antidepressant treatment reduces left limbic, subcortical, and neocortical capacity for activation in depressed subjects and increases the dynamic range of the left prefrontal cortex.
Activation of auditory cortex during silent lipreading.
Three experiments suggest that these auditory cortical areas are not engaged when an individual is viewing nonlinguistic facial movements but appear to be activated by silent meaningless speechlike movements (pseudospeech), which supports psycholinguistic evidence that seen speech influences the perception of heard speech at a prelexical stage.
Mapping Motor Inhibition: Conjunctive Brain Activations across Different Versions of Go/No-Go and Stop Tasks
Increased BOLD signal was observed in left hemispheric dorsolateral prefrontal, medial, and parietal cortices during the go/no-go task, presumably reflecting a left frontoparietal specialization for response selection.
Hypofrontality in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder during higher-order motor control: a study with functional MRI.
Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to investigate the hypothesis that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is associated with a dysfunction of prefrontal brain regions during motor response inhibition and motor timing, and hyperactive adolescents showed lower power of response.
Neural responses to facial and vocal expressions of fear and disgust
The findings support the differential localization of the neural substrates of fear and disgust and suggest a possible general role for the perception of emotional expressions for the superior temporal gyrus.