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Neural circuitry underlying voluntary suppression of sadness
BACKGROUND The ability to voluntarily self-regulate negative emotion is essential to a healthy psyche. Indeed, a chronic incapacity to suppress negative emotion might be a key factor in the genesisExpand
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Amygdala responses to nonlinguistic emotional vocalizations
We used event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate cerebral activity underlying processing of emotional nonlinguistic vocalizations, with a particular focus on neural changes in the amygdala. Expand
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Neural basis of emotional self-regulation in childhood
Emotional self-regulation plays a pivotal role in socialization and moral development. This capacity critically depends on the development of the prefrontal cortex (PFC). The present functionalExpand
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[Formal and semantic lexical evocation in normal subjects. Performance and dynamics of production as a function of sex, age and educational level].
A protocol of formal lexical evocation (words beginning with a letter) and semantic evocation was applied to 168 normal subjects evenly distributed on the basis of three factors (sex, three ageExpand
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Wayfinding and dementia: Some research findings and a new look at design
The increasing interest and research effort devoted to dementia and to other disorders of the latter part of life are a reflection of the longevity of the population in developed countries. DementiaExpand
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Training-Induced Brain Remapping in Chronic Aphasia: A Pilot Study
Background. The neural correlates of training-induced improvements of cognitive functions after brain damage remain still scarcely understood. In the specific case of aphasia, although severalExpand
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Sensitivity to voice in human prefrontal cortex.
We report two functional MRI (fMRI) experiments showing sensitivity to human voice in a region of human left inferior prefrontal cortex, pars orbitalis. The voice-enhanced response was observed forExpand
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Diagnosis and treatment of dementia: 3. Mild cognitive impairment and cognitive impairment without dementia
Background: Mild cognitive impairment and cognitive impairment, no dementia, are emerging terms that encompass the clinical state between normal cognition and dementia in elderly people. ControversyExpand
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Is voice processing species-specific in human auditory cortex? An fMRI study
This study provides the first evidence suggesting a species specificity in STS responses to vocalizations in humans. Expand
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