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  1. Corrigendum to “Neural network of cognitive emotion regulation — An ALE meta-analysis and MACM analysis”

    NeuroImage 111:631 (2015)

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    NeuroImage 111:IFC (2015)

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    NeuroImage 110:IFC (2015)

  4. Environmental enrichment is associated with rapid volumetric brain changes in adult mice

    NeuroImage 109:190 (2015) PMID 25595504

    Environmental enrichment is a model of increased structural brain plasticity. Previous histological observations have shown molecular and cellular changes in a few pre-determined areas of the rodent brain. However, little is known about the time course of enrichment-induced brain chang...
  5. Aging alterations in whole-brain networks during adulthood mapped with the minimum spanning tree indices: The interplay of density, connectivity cost and life-time trajectory

    NeuroImage 109:171 (2015) PMID 25585021

    The organizational network changes in the human brain across the lifespan have been mapped using functional and structural connectivity data. Brain network changes provide valuable insights into the processes underlying senescence. Nonetheless, the altered network density in the elderl...
  6. Corrigendum to “MEG source reconstruction based on identification of directed source interactions on whole-brain anatomical networks” [NeuroImage 105 (2015) 408–427]

    NeuroImage 109:529 (2015)

  7. Corrigendum to “Neuroimaging-aided differential diagnosis of the depressive state” [Neuroimage 85: 498–507, 2014]
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    NeuroImage 109:530 (2015)

  8. Affective responses to emotional words are boosted in communicative situations

    NeuroImage 109:273 (2015) PMID 25596462

    Emotional verbal messages are typically encountered in meaningful contexts, for instance, during face-to-face communication in social situations. Yet, they are often investigated by confronting single participants with isolated words on a computer screen, thus potentially lacking ecolo...
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    NeuroImage 109:IFC (2015)

  10. Regional cerebellar volumes are related to early musical training and finger tapping performance

    NeuroImage 109:130 (2015) PMID 25583606

    The cerebellum has been associated with timing on the millisecond scale and with musical rhythm and beat processing. Early musical training (before age 7) is associated with enhanced rhythm synchronization performance and differences in cortical motor areas and the corpus callosum. In ...