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Title Functional alteration in frontolimbic systems relevant to moral judgment in cocaine-dependent subjects.
Free Keywords Adolescent, Adult, Brain Mapping, methods, Case-Control Studies, Cerebral Cortex, physiopathology, Cocaine-Related Disorders, physiopathology, psychology, Data Interpretation, Statistical, Female, Humans, Judgment, physiology, Limbic System, physiopathology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, methods, Male, Middle Aged, Morals, Neural Pathways, physiopathology, Periaqueductal Gray, physiopathology, Photic Stimulation, methods, Prefrontal Cortex, physiopathology, Young Adult
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Last Modified Date Mar 2, 2019 16:00:00
Created Date Mar 2, 2019 16:00:00
Contributor Taiki Nishioka (Tnishioka)
Item Type Paper
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Author
Verdejo-Garcia A
Contreras-Rodríguez O
Fonseca F
Cuenca A
Soriano-Mas C
Rodriguez J
Pardo-Lozano R
Blanco-Hinojo L
de Sola Llopis S
Farré M
Torrens M
Pujol J
de la Torre R
Journal Addiction biology
Publication Year 2014
Volume 19
Number 2
Page 272-81
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/ Public / Imaging Method / MRI
/ Public / Brain Function / Executive function / Decision making
/ Public / Task / Decision (e.g. Discrimination, Matching)
/ Public / Brain Area / Limbic system / Cingulate gyrus (BA33, 24, 31, 23)
/ Public / Brain Area / Limbic system / Insula (BA13, 14, 15, 16)
/ Public / Brain Area / Thalamus
/ Public / Brain Area / Brain stem (Midbrain, Pons, Medula, Spinal cord)
/ Public / Subject / Patients
/ Public / Brain Function / Resting State Network
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