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Cortico-subthalamic white matter tract strength predicts interindividual efficacy in stopping a motor response
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The subthalamic nucleus (STN) is a small but vitally important structure in the basal ganglia, and it can best be visualized using ultra-high resolution 7 Tesla (T) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Expand
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Curbing problem drinking with personalized-feedback interventions: a meta-analysis.
CONTEXT The effectiveness of personalized-feedback interventions to reduce problem drinking has been evaluated in several RCTs and systematic reviews. A meta-analysis was performed to examine theExpand
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The subthalamic nucleus during decision‐making with multiple alternatives
Several prominent neurocomputational models predict that an increase of choice alternatives is modulated by increased activity in the subthalamic nucleus (STN). In turn, increased STN activity allowsExpand
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Quantifying inter-individual anatomical variability in the subcortex using 7T structural MRI
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We introduce a new subcortical probabilistic atlas based on ultra-high resolution in-vivo anatomical imaging from 7 T MRI. Expand
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Brain networks of perceptual decision-making: an fMRI ALE meta-analysis
In the recent perceptual decision-making literature, a fronto-parietal network is typically reported to primarily represent the neural substrate of human perceptual decision-making. However, the viewExpand
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Ultra-High 7T MRI of Structural Age-Related Changes of the Subthalamic Nucleus
The subthalamic nucleus (STh) is a small subcortical structure which is involved in regulating motor as well as cognitive functions. Due to its small size and close proximity to other smallExpand
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In vivo visualization of the locus coeruleus in humans: quantifying the test–retest reliability
The locus coeruleus (LC) is a brainstem nucleus involved in important cognitive functions. Recent developments in neuroimaging methods and scanning protocols have made it possible to visualize theExpand
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The role of the left inferior frontal gyrus in social perception: An rTMS study
Perceiving and interpreting social information richness is something that humans do automatically whenever they engage in social interactions. Numerous studies have identified neural substrates,Expand
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The speed and accuracy of perceptual decisions in a random-tone pitch task
Research in perceptual decision making is dominated by paradigms that tap the visual system, such as the random-dot motion (RDM) paradigm. In this study, we investigated whether the behavioralExpand
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Automatic segmentation of the striatum and globus pallidus using MIST: Multimodal Image Segmentation Tool
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We propose a new method that can use multiple image modalities simultaneously and a single reference segmentation for initialisation, without the need for a manually labelled training set. Expand
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