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icon_papar A common functional brain network for autobiographical, episodic, and semantic memory retrieval. 
Burianova H , McIntosh AR , Grady CL
NeuroImage 2010 ;49 (1) :865-74 [PMID: 19744566]
icon_nimgcenter A common functional brain network for autobiographical, episodic, and semantic memory retrieval. 
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2010;
icon_papar A developmental fMRI study of the Stroop color-word task. 
Adleman NE , Menon V , Blasey CM , White CD , Warsofsky IS , Glover GH , Reiss AL
NeuroImage 2002 ;16 (1) :61-75 [PMID: 11969318]
icon_nimgcenter A developmental fMRI study of the Stroop color-word task. 
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2002;
icon_papar A single-trial estimation of the feedback-related negativity and its relation to BOLD responses in a time-estimation task. 
Becker MP , Nitsch AM , Miltner WH , Straube T
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2014 ;34 (8) :3005-12 [PMID: 24553940]
icon_nimgcenter A single-trial estimation of the feedback-related negativity and its relation to BOLD responses in a time-estimation task. 
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2014;
icon_papar Abnormal spontaneous neural activity in the anterior insular and anterior cingulate cortices in anxious depression. 
Liu CH , Ma X , Song LP , Fan J , Wang WD , Lv XY , Zhang Y , Li F , Wang L , Wang CY
Behavioural brain research 2015 ;281 :339-47 [PMID: 25513974]
icon_nimgcenter Abnormal spontaneous neural activity in the anterior insular and anterior cingulate cortices in anxious depression. 
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2015;
icon_papar Accumulation of neural activity in the posterior insula encodes the passage of time. 
Wittmann M , Simmons AN , Aron JL , Paulus MP
Neuropsychologia 2010 ;48 (10) :3110-20 [PMID: 20600186]
icon_nimgcenter Accumulation of neural activity in the posterior insula encodes the passage of time. 
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2010;
icon_papar Action selection: a race model for selected and non-selected actions distinguishes the contribution of premotor and prefrontal areas. 
Rowe JB , Hughes L , Nimmo-Smith I
NeuroImage 2010 ;51 (2) :888-96 [PMID: 20188184]
icon_nimgcenter Action selection: a race model for selected and non-selected actions distinguishes the contribution of premotor and prefrontal areas. 
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2010;
icon_papar Acute NK₁ receptor antagonist administration affects reward incentive anticipation processing in healthy volunteers. 
Saji K , Ikeda Y , Kim W , Shingai Y , Tateno A , Takahashi H , Okubo Y , Fukayama H , Suzuki H
The international journal of neuropsychopharmacology 2013 ;16 (7) :1461-71 [PMID: 23406545]
icon_nimgcenter Acute NK₁ receptor antagonist administration affects reward incentive anticipation processing in healthy volunteers. 
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2013;
icon_papar Acute stress-induced cortisol elevations mediate reward system activity during subconscious processing of sexual stimuli. 
Oei NY , Both S , van Heemst D , van der Grond J
Psychoneuroendocrinology 2014 ;39 :111-20 [PMID: 24275010]
icon_nimgcenter Acute stress-induced cortisol elevations mediate reward system activity during subconscious processing of sexual stimuli. 
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2014;
icon_papar Age-related differences in agenda-driven monitoring of format and task information. 
Mitchell KJ , Ankudowich E , Durbin KA , Greene EJ , Johnson MK
Neuropsychologia 2013 ;51 (12) :2427-41 [PMID: 23357375]
icon_nimgcenter Age-related differences in agenda-driven monitoring of format and task information. 
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2013;
icon_papar Age-related differences in memory-encoding fMRI responses after accounting for decline in vascular reactivity. 
Liu P , Hebrank AC , Rodrigue KM , Kennedy KM , Section J , Park DC , Lu H
NeuroImage 2013 ;78 :415-25 [PMID: 23624491]
icon_nimgcenter Age-related differences in memory-encoding fMRI responses after accounting for decline in vascular reactivity. 
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2013;
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