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Central role of the brain in stress and adaptation: Links to socioeconomic status, health, and disease
The brain is the key organ of stress reactivity, coping, and recovery processes. Within the brain, a distributed neural circuitry determines what is threatening and thus stressful to the individual.Expand
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Stress- and allostasis-induced brain plasticity.
The brain is the key organ of stress processes. It determines what individuals will experience as stressful, it orchestrates how individuals will cope with stressful experiences, and it changes bothExpand
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A questionnaire for the assessment of the multiple dimensions of motion sickness.
BACKGROUND A limited number of attempts have been made to develop a questionnaire that assesses the experience of motion sickness. Further, many available questionnaires quantify motion sickness as aExpand
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Regional cerebral blood flow correlates with heart period and high-frequency heart period variability during working-memory tasks: Implications for the cortical and subcortical regulation of cardiac
The aim of the present study was to characterize the functional relationships between behaviorally evoked regional brain activation and cardiac autonomic activity in humans. Concurrent estimates ofExpand
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A Sensitive and Specific Neural Signature for Picture-Induced Negative Affect
Neuroimaging has identified many correlates of emotion but has not yet yielded brain representations predictive of the intensity of emotional experiences in individuals. We used machine learning toExpand
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Prospective reports of chronic life stress predict decreased grey matter volume in the hippocampus
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Chronic stress in non-human animals decreases the volume of the hippocampus, a brain region that supports learning and memory and that regulates neuroendocrine activity. Expand
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Individual Differences in Stressor-Evoked Blood Pressure Reactivity Vary with Activation, Volume, and Functional Connectivity of the Amygdala
Individuals who exhibit exaggerated blood pressure reactions to psychological stressors are at risk for hypertension, ventricular hypertrophy, and premature atherosclerosis; however, the neuralExpand
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Perigenual anterior cingulate morphology covaries with perceived social standing
Low socioeconomic status (SES) increases the risk for developing psychiatric and chronic medical disorders. A stress-related pathway by which low SES may affect mental and physical health is throughExpand
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Potential neural embedding of parental social standing.
Socioeconomic disadvantage during childhood and adolescence predicts poor mental and physical health and premature death by major medical diseases in adulthood. However, the neural pathways throughExpand
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Altered functioning of the executive control circuit in late-life depression: episodic and persistent phenomena.
OBJECTIVE To characterize the functional neuroanatomy of late-life depression (LLD) by probing for both episodic and persistent alterations in the executive-control circuit of elderly adults. Expand
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