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Brain Structure and Function

Ausgabe 9/2023

Inhalt (12 Artikel)

Open Access Original Article

Intrinsic neural network dynamics underlying the ability to down-regulate emotions in male perpetrators of intimate partner violence against women

Sofia Amaoui, Agar Marín-Morales, Cristina Martín-Pérez, Miguel Pérez-García, Juan Verdejo-Román, Carmen Morawetz

Original Article

Morphological changes in motoneurons of the oculomotor nucleus of mice after a 30-day space flight and through a 7-day period of readaptation to earth gravity

Irina Mikheeva, Natalya Zhujkova, Gulnara Mikhailova, Rashid Shtanchaev, Lyubov Pavlik, Vladimir Arkhipov

Original Article

Social isolation leads to mild social recognition impairment and losses in brain cellularity

Daniel Menezes Guimarães, Bruna Valério-Gomes, Rodrigo Jorge Vianna-Barbosa, Washington Oliveira, Gilda Ângela Neves, Fernanda Tovar-Moll, Roberto Lent

Open Access Original Article

Comprehensive voxel-wise, tract-based, and network lesion mapping reveals unique architectures of right and left visuospatial neglect

Margaret Jane Moore, Luke Hearne, Nele Demeyere, Jason B. Mattingley

Open Access Original Article

Prominent and conspicuous astrocyte atrophy in human sporadic and familial Alzheimer’s disease

J. J. Rodríguez, F. Zallo, E. Gardenal, Joan Cabot, X. Busquets

Open Access Original Article

Sleep-physiological correlates of brachycephaly in dogs

Ivaylo Borislavov Iotchev, Zsófia Bognár, Katinka Tóth, Vivien Reicher, Anna Kis, Enikő Kubinyi

Open Access Original Article

Electrical stimulation of the cerebellum facilitates automatic but not controlled word retrieval

Dominika Petríková, Martin Marko, Rastislav Rovný, Igor Riečanský

Open Access Original Article

Resting-state functional connectivity in an auditory network differs between aspiring professional and amateur musicians and correlates with performance

Eleftheria Papadaki, Theodoros Koustakas, André Werner, Ulman Lindenberger, Simone Kühn, Elisabeth Wenger

Original Article

Improved Functionnectome by dissociating the contributions of white matter fiber classes to functional activation

Victor Nozais, Guillaume Theaud, Maxime Descoteaux, Michel Thiebaut de Schotten, Laurent Petit

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