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Structural brain abnormalities in major depressive disorder: a selective review of recent MRI studies.
The anticipation and outcome phases of reward and loss processing: A neuroimaging meta‐analysis of the monetary incentive delay task
- S. Oldham, C. Murawski, A. Fornito, G. Youssef, M. Yücel, V. Lorenzetti
- Psychology, BiologyHuman brain mapping
- 25 April 2018
An Activation Likelihood Estimation meta‐analysis of 50 fMRI studies, which used the Monetary Incentive Delay Task (MIDT), to identify which brain regions are implicated in the anticipation of rewards, anticipation of losses, and the receipt of reward, helped clarify the neural substrates of the different phases of reward and loss processing.
Functional Connectivity in Brain Networks Underlying Cognitive Control in Chronic Cannabis Users
It is suggested that brain regions responsible for coordinating behavioral control have an increased influence on the direction and switching of attention in cannabis users, and that these changes may have a compensatory role in mitigating cannabis-related impairments in cognitive control or perceptual processes.
Effect of long-term cannabis use on axonal fibre connectivity.
The findings indicate long-term cannabis use is hazardous to the white matter of the developing brain and delaying the age at which regular use begins may minimize the severity of microstructural impairment.
The Role of Cannabinoids in Neuroanatomic Alterations in Cannabis Users
Increased pituitary volume in schizophrenia spectrum disorders
Mega-Analysis of Gray Matter Volume in Substance Dependence: General and Substance-Specific Regional Effects.
The results indicate that dependence on a range of different substances shares a common neural substrate and that differential patterns of regional volume could serve as useful biomarkers of dependence on alcohol and nicotine.
Volumetric MRI study of the insular cortex in individuals with current and past major depression.
Alteration to hippocampal shape in cannabis users with and without schizophrenia