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Gray matter reduction associated with emotion regulation in female outpatients with major depressive disorder: A voxel-based morphometry study
OBJECTIVE Though emotion dysregulation is the key feature in major depressive disorder, and structural changes in brain areas of depressed patients have been found, it is unknown how these regionalExpand
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Neuropsychological performance in melancholic, atypical and undifferentiated major depression during depressed and remitted states: a prospective longitudinal study.
BACKGROUND Considerable evidence has demonstrated that melancholic and atypical major depression have distinct biological correlates relative to undifferentiated major depression, but few studiesExpand
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Loneliness in late-life depression: structural and functional connectivity during affective processing.
BACKGROUND Late-life depression (LLD) in the elderly was reported to present with emotion dysregulation accompanied by high perceived loneliness. Previous research has suggested that LLD is aExpand
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Neural Plastic Effects of Cognitive Training on Aging Brain
Increasing research has evidenced that our brain retains a capacity to change in response to experience until late adulthood. This implies that cognitive training can possibly ameliorateExpand
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How Does Experience Modulate Auditory Spatial Processing in Individuals with Blindness?
Abstract Comparing early- and late-onset blindness in individuals offers a unique model for studying the influence of visual experience on neural processing. This study investigated how prior visualExpand
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Mindfulness Trait Predicts Neurophysiological Reactivity Associated with Negativity Bias: An ERP Study
This study explored the relationship of mindfulness trait with the early and late stages of affective processing, by examining the two corresponding ERP components, P2 and LPP, collected fromExpand
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Resting-state abnormalities in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: a meta-analysis
Amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI) is a prodromal stage of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). As no effective drug can cure AD, early diagnosis and intervention for aMCI are urgently needed. TheExpand
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Rumination network dysfunction in major depression: A brain connectome study
BACKGROUND Rumination is a central feature of major depressive disorder (MDD). Knowledge of the neural structures that underpin rumination offers significant insight into depressive pathophysiologyExpand
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Neural mediator of the schizotypy–antisocial behavior relationship
Prior studies have established that schizotypal personality traits (schizotypy) were associated with antisocial behavior (crime), but it is unclear what neural factors mediate this relationship. ThisExpand
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RESTING-STATE ABNORMALITIES IN AMNESTIC MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT: A META-ANALYSIS
to 11.37% [11.37%-14.45%] (median-IQR; p<0.05) before the last PE; while untreated group did not show any change. This effect was associated with the treatment intensity and, interestingly,Expand
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