Amygdalar enlargement associated with unique perception

@article{Asari2010AmygdalarEA,
  title={Amygdalar enlargement associated with unique perception},
  author={Tomoki Asari and S. Konishi and K. Jimura and J. Chikazoe and Y. Miyashita},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2010},
  volume={46},
  pages={94-99}
}
  • Tomoki Asari, S. Konishi, +2 authors Y. Miyashita
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Cortex
  • Interference by amygdalar activity in perceptual processes has been reported in many previous studies. Consistent with these reports, previous clinical studies have shown amygdalar volume change in multiple types of psychotic disease presenting with unusual perception. However, the relationship between variation in amygdalar volume in the normal population and the tendency toward unusual or unique perception has never been investigated. To address this issue, we defined an index to represent… CONTINUE READING

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