Abnormal corticostriatal-limbic functional connectivity in obsessive–compulsive disorder during reward processing and resting-state☆

@inproceedings{Jung2013AbnormalCF,
  title={Abnormal corticostriatal-limbic functional connectivity in obsessive–compulsive disorder during reward processing and resting-state☆},
  author={Wi Hoon Jung and Do-Hyung Kang and Euitae Kim and Kyung Soon Shin and Joon Hwan Jang and Jun Soo Kwon},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2013}
}
  • Wi Hoon Jung, Do-Hyung Kang, +3 authors Jun Soo Kwon
  • Published in NeuroImage: Clinical 2013
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Compulsive behaviors in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) may be related to deficits in reward processing mediated by corticostriatal circuitry, a brain network implicated in the pathophysiology of OCD. Performing compulsive actions can be perceived as a reward to OCD patients because it temporarily reduces the anxiety provoked by obsessions. Although most OCD literature provides evidence of altered regional activity in these corticostriatal circuits, very little is known about the… CONTINUE READING

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