Sex differences in effective fronto-limbic connectivity during negative emotion processing.

  title={Sex differences in effective fronto-limbic connectivity during negative emotion processing.},
  author={Ovidiu V. Lungu and St{\'e}phane Potvin and Andr{\`a}s Tik{\`a}sz and Adrianna Mendrek},
BACKGROUND In view of the greater prevalence of depression and anxiety disorders in women than in men, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have examined sex-differences in brain activations during emotion processing. Comparatively, sex-differences in brain connectivity received little attention, despite evidence for important fronto-limbic connections during emotion processing across sexes. Here, we investigated sex-differences in fronto-limbic connectivity during negative… CONTINUE READING
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