Functional and Structural Alterations in the Cingulate Motor Area Relate to Decreased Fronto-Striatal Coupling in Major Depressive Disorder with Psychomotor Disturbances

@inproceedings{Liberg2014FunctionalAS,
  title={Functional and Structural Alterations in the Cingulate Motor Area Relate to Decreased Fronto-Striatal Coupling in Major Depressive Disorder with Psychomotor Disturbances},
  author={Benny Liberg and Paul Klauser and Ian H. Harding and Mats Adler and Christoffer Rahm and Johan Lundberg and Thomas Masterman and Caroline Wachtler and T{\'o}mas J{\'o}nsson and M K Wiberg and Christos Pantelis and Bj{\"o}rn Wahlund},
  booktitle={Front. Psychiatry},
  year={2014}
}
Psychomotor disturbances are a classic feature of major depressive disorders. These can manifest as lack of facial expressions and decreased speech production, reduced body posture and mobility, and slowed voluntary movement. The neural correlates of psychomotor disturbances in depression are poorly understood but it has been suggested that outputs from the cingulate motor area (CMA) to striatal motor regions, including the putamen, could be involved. We used functional and structural magnetic… CONTINUE READING
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