OHBA is a multi-methodological Translational Cognitive Neuroscience Imaging Centre providing state-of-the-art techniques for measuring and stimulating activity in the living human brain. Groups at OHBA investigate brain function in healthy volunteers, and in individuals affected by psychiatric and neurological conditions.
Multi-method brain imaging reveals impaired representations of number as well as altered connectivity in adults with dyscalculia
Bulthé J1, Prinsen J2, Vanderauwera J3, Duyck S1, Daniels N1, Gillebert CR4, Mantini D5, Op de Beeck HP6, De Smedt B3.
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Antidepressants might work for people with major depression: where do we go from here?
Cipriani A. et al, (2018), Lancet Psychiatry, 5, 461 - 463
Disambiguating brain functional connectivity.
Duff EP. et al, (2018), Neuroimage, 173, 540 - 550
Reprint of: Early Behavioural Facilitation by Temporal Expectations in Complex Visual-motor Sequences.
Heideman SG. et al, (2018), Neuroscience