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The Neural Correlates of Recollection and Post-Retrieval Monitoring in Younger and Older Adults
Episodic retrieval is not a homogeneous process, but rather involves the engagement of several dissociable cognitive processes. These processes include those specialized for memory functions, such as hippocampally mediated ...
The Role of Nucleus Accumbens in Tinnitus
In the present study, we use resting state fMRI to investigate whether nucleus accumbens (NAc) and extended frontostriatal networks are involved in the pathology of auditory phantom perception, i.e. tinnitus, through a ...
Functional Activity Features in Successful Cognitive Aging
Cognitive aging research has traditionally studied the inevitable cognitive decline in older adults as a group. Recently, more research has recognized the importance of understanding the individual variability in cognitive ...
Development of Non-Invasive Responsive Agents for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Molecular imaging involves visualizing bioactive molecules or biological parameters in vivo at the molecular level in a live organism. In Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), inorganic complexes with paramagnetic ions, are ...