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  • Negative life experiences contribute to racial differences in the neural response to threat.  202. 2019
  • Estimating effects of graded white matter damage and binary tract disconnection on post-stroke language impairment.  189:248-257. 2019
  • Background connectivity between frontal and sensory cortex depends on task state, independent of stimulus modality.  184:790-800. 2019
  • Anticipatory prefrontal cortex activity underlies stress-induced changes in Pavlovian fear conditioning.  174:237-247. 2018
  • Mindcontrol: A web application for brain segmentation quality control..  170:365-372. 2018
  • Quantitative surface analysis of combined MRI and PET enhances detection of focal cortical dysplasias..  166:10-18. 2018
  • Spatial gene expression analysis of neuroanatomical differences in mouse models.  163:220-230. 2017
  • Retinotopic patterns of functional connectivity between V1 and large-scale brain networks during resting fixation.  146:1071-1083. 2017
  • Affective state and locus of control modulate the neural response to threat.  121:217-226. 2015
  • Controllability modulates the neural response to predictable but not unpredictable threat in humans.  119:371-381. 2015
  • Social exclusion modulates event-related frontal theta and tracks ostracism distress in children.  118:248-255. 2015
  • Vascular risk factors, cerebrovascular reactivity, and the default-mode brain network.  115:7-16. 2015
  • Early visual cortex reflects initiation and maintenance of task set.  107:277-288. 2015
  • Threat-related learning relies on distinct dorsal prefrontal cortex network connectivity.  102:904-912. 2014
  • Memory's aging echo: age-related decline in neural reactivation of perceptual details during recollection..  98:346-358. 2014
  • Selection and stopping in voluntary action: A meta-analysis and combined fMRI study.  86:381-391. 2014
  • Apathy, depression, and motor symptoms have distinct and separable resting activity patterns in idiopathic Parkinson disease.  81:484-495. 2013
  • Reliability analysis of the resting state can sensitively and specifically identify the presence of Parkinson disease.  75:249-261. 2013
  • A 10-year longitudinal fMRI study of narrative comprehension in children and adolescents.  63:1188-1195. 2012
  • Selection and inhibition mechanisms for human voluntary action decisions.  63:392-402. 2012
  • White matter pathology in Parkinson's disease: The effect of imaging protocol differences and relevance to executive function.  62:1675-1684. 2012
  • "The archeologist's career ended in ruins": Hemispheric differences in pun comprehension in autism.  62:77-86. 2012
  • Neural mechanisms underlying the conditioned diminution of the unconditioned fear response.  60:787-799. 2012
  • FMRI reactivity to high-calorie food pictures predicts short- and long-term outcome in a weight-loss program.  59:2709-2721. 2012
  • Altered resting-state effective connectivity of fronto-parietal motor control systems on the primary motor network following stroke.  59:227-237. 2012
  • Dissociable brain mechanisms for processing social exclusion and rule violation.  54:2462-2471. 2011
  • Mapping anterior temporal lobe language areas with fMRI: A multicenter normative study.  54:1465-1475. 2011
  • Dynamic causal modelling of effective connectivity from fMRI: Are results reproducible and sensitive to Parkinson's disease and its treatment?.  52:1015-1026. 2010
  • Action selection: A race model for selected and non-selected actions distinguishes the contribution of premotor and prefrontal areas.  51:888-896. 2010
  • A group independent component analysis of covert verb generation in children: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study.  51:472-487. 2010
  • Learning-related diminution of unconditioned SCR and fMRI signal responses.  49:843-848. 2010
  • Phase-sorting of evoked potentials: Pitfalls but potential.  47:1830-1831. 2009
  • 3┬áT MRI relaxometry detects T2 prolongation in the cerebral normal-appearing white matter in multiple sclerosis.  46:633-641. 2009
  • The Visual Evoked Potential is independent of surface alpha rhythm phase.  45:463-469. 2009
  • Neural substrates of explicit and implicit fear memory.  45:208-214. 2009
  • A study of diffusion tensor imaging by tissue-specific, smoothing-compensated voxel-based analysis.  44:870-883. 2009
  • Reliability of fMRI for studies of language in post-stroke aphasia subjects.  41:311-322. 2008
  • Widespread reward-system activation in obese women in response to pictures of high-calorie foods.  41:636-647. 2008
  • Cholesterol-related genetic risk scores are associated with hypometabolism in Alzheimer's-affected brain regions.  40:1214-1221. 2008
  • Neural correlates of unconditioned response diminution during Pavlovian conditioning.  40:811-817. 2008
  • Functional networks underlying latent inhibition learning in the mouse brain.  38:171-183. 2007
  • Cardiorespiratory fitness: A predictor of cortical plasticity in multiple sclerosis.  34:1238-1244. 2007
  • Age-related connectivity changes in fMRI data from children listening to stories.  34:349-360. 2007
  • The role of the human amygdala in the production of conditioned fear responses.  26:1193-1200. 2005
  • Detection of activation by phasic mechanical pain stimulation using Tc-99m HMPAO brain SPECT imaging.  11. 2000
  • Reaching to remembered targets: Comparison of visual and kinesthetic cueing in left and right hemispace.  11. 2000
  • Functional imaging of human conditional fear.  7. 1998
  • Pavlovian fear conditioning in humans: An fMRI study.  5. 1997
  • Changes in regional cerebral blood flow related to line bisection discrimination and visual attention using HMPAO-SPECT.  6:139-144. 1997
  • Dynamic imaging of purified individual synaptic vesicles.  2:3-7. 1995
  • Optical imaging of cytosolic calcium, electrophysiology, and ultrastructure in pyramidal neurons of organotypic slice cultures from rat hippocampus.  1:109-120. 1993
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1053-8119
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1095-9572