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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 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 Affect and the brain's functional organization: a resting-state connectivity approach. 
Rohr CS , Okon-Singer H , Craddock RC , Villringer A , Margulies DS
PloS one 2013 ;8 (7) :e68015 [PMID: 23935850]
icon_nimgcenter Affect and the brain's functional organization: a resting-state connectivity approach. 
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2013;
icon_papar Altered brain spontaneous activity and connectivity network in irritable bowel syndrome patients: A resting-state fMRI study. 
Ma X , Li S , Tian J , Jiang G , Wen H , Wang T , Fang J , Zhan W , Xu Y
Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology 2015 ;126 (6) :1190-7 [PMID: 25454279]
icon_nimgcenter Altered brain spontaneous activity and connectivity network in irritable bowel syndrome patients: A resting-state fMRI study. 
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2015;
icon_papar Altered effective connectivity model in the default mode network between bipolar and unipolar depression based on resting-state fMRI. 
Liu Y , Wu X , Zhang J , Guo X , Long Z , Yao L
Journal of affective disorders 2015 ;182 :8-17 [PMID: 25942576]
icon_nimgcenter Altered effective connectivity model in the default mode network between bipolar and unipolar depression based on resting-state fMRI. 
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2015;
icon_papar Altered spontaneous brain activity in primary open angle glaucoma: a resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging study. 
Song Y , Mu K , Wang J , Lin F , Chen Z , Yan X , Hao Y , Zhu W , Zhang H
PloS one 2014 ;9 (2) :e89493 [PMID: 24586822]
icon_nimgcenter Altered spontaneous brain activity in primary open angle glaucoma: a resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging study. 
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2014;
icon_papar Decreased insular connectivity in drug-naive major depressive disorder at rest. 
Guo W , Liu F , Xiao C , Zhang Z , Liu J , Yu M , Zhang J , Zhao J
Journal of affective disorders 2015 ;179 :31-7 [PMID: 25845747]
icon_nimgcenter Decreased insular connectivity in drug-naive major depressive disorder at rest. 
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2015;
icon_papar Dissociable connectivity within human angular gyrus and intraparietal sulcus: evidence from functional and structural connectivity. 
Uddin LQ , Supekar K , Amin H , Rykhlevskaia E , Nguyen DA , Greicius MD , Menon V
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) 2010 ;20 (11) :2636-46 [PMID: 20154013]
icon_nimgcenter Dissociable connectivity within human angular gyrus and intraparietal sulcus: evidence from functional and structural connectivity. 
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2010;
icon_papar Dysconnectivity within the default mode in first-episode schizophrenia: a stochastic dynamic causal modeling study with functional magnetic resonance imaging. 
Bastos-Leite AJ , Ridgway GR , Silveira C , Norton A , Reis S , Friston KJ
Schizophrenia bulletin 2015 ;41 (1) :144-53 [PMID: 24939881]
icon_nimgcenter Dysconnectivity within the default mode in first-episode schizophrenia: a stochastic dynamic causal modeling study with functional magnetic resonance imaging. 
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2015;
icon_papar Electrical brain stimulation improves cognitive performance by modulating functional connectivity and task-specific activation. 
Meinzer M , Antonenko D , Lindenberg R , Hetzer S , Ulm L , Avirame K , Flaisch T , Flöel A
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2012 ;32 (5) :1859-66 [PMID: 22302824]
icon_nimgcenter Electrical brain stimulation improves cognitive performance by modulating functional connectivity and task-specific activation. 
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2012;
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