Insula-amygdala functional connectivity is correlated with habituation to repeated negative images.

@article{Denny2014InsulaamygdalaFC,
  title={Insula-amygdala functional connectivity is correlated with habituation to repeated negative images.},
  author={Bryan T. Denny and Jin Fan and Xun Liu and Stephanie Guerreri and Sarah Jo Mayson and Liza S. Rimsky and Antonia S. New and Larry J. Siever and Harold W. Koenigsberg},
  journal={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={9 11},
  pages={
          1660-7
        }
}
Behavioral habituation during repeated exposure to aversive stimuli is an adaptive process. However, the way in which changes in self-reported emotional experience are related to the neural mechanisms supporting habituation remains unclear. We probed these mechanisms by repeatedly presenting negative images to healthy adult participants and recording behavioral and neural responses using functional magnetic resonance imaging. We were particularly interested in investigating patterns of activity… CONTINUE READING

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