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Alterations in pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide in major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and comorbid depression in Alzheimer’s disease in the human hypothalamus and prefrontal cortex

Research group Multiple Sclerosis Group
Publication year 2023
Published in Psychological Medicine
Authors Zala Slabe, Rawien A Balesar, Ronald W H Verwer, Joop J Van Heerikhuize, Gwyneth A Pechler, Maja Zorović, Witte J G Hoogendijk, Dick F Swaab

Information load dynamically modulates functional brain connectivity during narrative listening

Publication year 2023
Published in Scientific Reports
Authors Rossana Mastrandrea, Luca Cecchetti, Giada Lettieri, Giacomo Handjaras, Andrea Leo, Paolo Papale, Tommaso Gili, Nicola Martini, Daniele Della Latta, Dante Chiappino, Pietro Pietrini, Emiliano Ricciardi

Brain structural network connectivity of formal thought disorder dimensions in affective and psychotic disorders

Publication year 2023
Published in Biological Psychiatry
Authors Frederike Stein, Marius Gruber, Marco Mauritz, Katharina Brosch, Julia-Katharina Pfarr, Kai G Ringwald, Florian Thomas-Odenthal, Adrian Wroblewski, Ulrika Evermann, Olaf Steinsträter, Pascal Grumbach, Katharina Thiel, Alexandra Winter, Linda M Bonnekoh, Kira Flinkenflügel, Janik Goltermann, Susanne Meinert, Dominik Grotegerd, Jochen Bauer, Nils Opel, Tim Hahn, Elisabeth J Leehr, Andreas Jansen, Siemon C de Lange, Martijn van den Heuvel, Igor Nenadić, Axel Krug, Udo Dannlowski, Jonathan Repple, Tilo Kircher

Human and chimpanzee shared and divergent neurobiological systems for general and specific cognitive brain functions

Publication year 2023
Published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Authors Martijn P van den Heuvel, Dirk Jan Ardesch, Lianne H Scholtens, Siemon C de Lange, Neeltje E M van Haren, Iris E C Sommer, Udo Dannlowski, Jonathan Repple, Todd M Preuss, William D Hopkins, James K Rilling

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