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icon_papar 'Negativity bias' in risk for depression and anxiety: brain-body fear circuitry correlates, 5-HTT-LPR and early life stress. 
Williams LM , Gatt JM , Schofield PR , Olivieri G , Peduto A , Gordon E
NeuroImage 2009 ;47 (3) :804-14 [PMID: 19446647]
icon_nimgcenter 'Negativity bias' in risk for depression and anxiety: brain-body fear circuitry correlates, 5-HTT-LPR and early life stress. 
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2009;
icon_papar 5-HT(2C) receptor activation by m-chlorophenylpiperazine detected in humans with fMRI. 
Anderson IM , Clark L , Elliott R , Kulkarni B , Williams SR , Deakin JF
Neuroreport 2002 ;13 (12) :1547-51 [PMID: 12218703]
icon_papar A Bayesian approach to determining connectivity of the human brain. 
Patel RS , Bowman FD , Rilling JK
Human brain mapping 2006 ;27 (3) :267-76 [PMID: 16092131]
icon_nimgcenter A Bayesian approach to determining connectivity of the human brain. 
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2006;
icon_nimgcenter A resilient, low-frequency, small-world human brain functional network with highly connected association cortical hubs. 
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2006;
icon_papar A resilient, low-frequency, small-world human brain functional network with highly connected association cortical hubs. 
Achard S , Salvador R , Whitcher B , Suckling J , Bullmore E
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2006 ;26 (1) :63-72 [PMID: 16399673]
icon_papar A risk variant for alcoholism in the NMDA receptor affects amygdala activity during fear conditioning in humans. 
Cacciaglia R , Nees F , Pohlack ST , Ruttorf M , Winkelmann T , Witt SH , Nieratschker V , Rietschel M , Flor H
Biological psychology 2013 ;94 (1) :74-81 [PMID: 23693003]
icon_nimgcenter A risk variant for alcoholism in the NMDA receptor affects amygdala activity during fear conditioning in humans. 
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2013;
icon_papar A smaller amygdala is associated with anxiety in Parkinson's disease: a combined FreeSurfer-VBM study. 
Vriend C , Boedhoe PS , Rutten S , Berendse HW , van der Werf YD , van den Heuvel OA
Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry 2015 [PMID: 25986365]
icon_nimgcenter A smaller amygdala is associated with anxiety in Parkinson's disease: a combined FreeSurfer-VBM study. 
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2015;
icon_papar Abdominal fat is associated with a greater brain reward response to high-calorie food cues in Hispanic women. 
Luo S , Romero A , Adam TC , Hu HH , Monterosso J , Page KA
Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.) 2013 ;21 (10) :2029-36 [PMID: 23408738]
icon_nimgcenter Abdominal fat is associated with a greater brain reward response to high-calorie food cues in Hispanic women. 
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2013;
icon_papar Abnormal amygdala function in Parkinson's disease patients and its relationship to depression. 
Huang P , Xuan M , Gu Q , Yu X , Xu X , Luo W , Zhang M
Journal of affective disorders 2015 ;183 :263-8 [PMID: 26042728]
icon_nimgcenter Abnormal amygdala function in Parkinson's disease patients and its relationship to depression. 
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2015;
icon_papar Activation of Heschl's gyrus during auditory hallucinations. 
Dierks T , Linden DE , Jandl M , Formisano E , Goebel R , Lanfermann H , Singer W
Neuron 1999 ;22 (3) :615-21 [PMID: 10197540]
icon_papar Acupuncture mobilizes the brain's default mode and its anti-correlated network in healthy subjects. 
Hui KK , Marina O , Claunch JD , Nixon EE , Fang J , Liu J , Li M , Napadow V , Vangel M , Makris N , Chan ST , Kwong KK , Rosen BR
Brain research 2009 ;1287 :84-103 [PMID: 19559684]
icon_papar Acupuncture modulates the limbic system and subcortical gray structures of the human brain: evidence from fMRI studies in normal subjects. 
Hui KK , Liu J , Makris N , Gollub RL , Chen AJ , Moore CI , Kennedy DN , Rosen BR , Kwong KK
Human brain mapping 2000 ;9 (1) :13-25 [PMID: 10643726]
icon_nimgcenter Acupuncture modulates the limbic system and subcortical gray structures of the human brain: evidence from fMRI studies in normal subjects. 
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2000;
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]
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