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    • Longitudinal stability of the brain functional connectome is associated with episodic memory performance in aging 

      Ousdal, Olga Therese; Kaufmann, Tobias; Kolskår, Knut-Kristian; Vik, Alexandra; Wehling, Eike; Lundervold, Astri; Lundervold, Arvid; Westlye, Lars Tjelta (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The brain functional connectome forms a relatively stable and idiosyncratic backbone that can be used for identification or “fingerprinting” of individuals with a high level of accuracy. While previous cross‐sectional ...
    • Low Persistence of Inattention Symptoms From Childhood to Adolescence: A Population-Based Study 

      Lundervold, Astri J.; Sørensen, Lin; Posserud, Maj-Britt Rocio; Hysing, Mari (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
      Objective: To investigate the persistence of dimensional measures of inattention in a population-based, gender-balanced sample of adolescents with parent reports of inattention from childhood and self-reports of inattention ...
    • Lower Cardiac Vagal Activity Predicts Self-Reported Difficulties With Emotion Regulation in Adolescents With ADHD 

      Kvadsheim, Elisabet; Fasmer, Ole Bernt; Osnes, Berge; Koenig, Julian; Adolfsdottir, Steinunn; Eichele, Heike; Plessen, Kerstin Jessica; Sørensen, Lin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Objective: To investigate the relation between cardiac vagal activity (CVA), a measure of autonomic nervous system (ANS) flexibility, and self-reported emotion regulation (ER) difficulties in adolescents with attention-d ...
    • Mapping psychotic-like experiences: Results from an online survey 

      Kusztrits, Isabella; Larøi, Frank; Laloyaux, Julien Freddy; Marquardt, Lynn Anne; Sinkeviciute, Igne; Kjelby, Eirik; Johnsen, Erik; Sommer, Iris Else Clara; Hugdahl, Kenneth; Hirnstein, Marco (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Suggestions have been made that psychotic‐like experiences (PLEs), such as hallucinatory and delusional experiences, exist on a continuum from healthy individuals to patients with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. We used the ...
    • Maternal deprivation of Lewis rat pups increases the severity of experimental periodontitis in adulthood 

      Breivik, Torbjørn; Gundersen, Yngvar; Murison, Robert; Turner, Jonathan D.; Muller, Claude P.; Gjermo, Per E; Opstad, Per Kristian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015)
      Background and Objective: Early life adverse events may influence susceptibility/resistance to chronic inflammatory diseases later in life by permanently dysregulating brain-controlled immune-regulatory systems. We have ...
    • MaxDIA enables library-based and library-free data-independent acquisition proteomics 

      Sinitcyn, Pavel; Hamzeiy, Hamid; Salinas Soto, Favio; Itzhak, Daniel; McCarthy, Frank; Wichmann, Christoph; Steger, Martin; Ohmayer, Uli; Distler, Ute; Kaspar-Schoenefeld, Stephanie; Prianichnikov, Nikita; Yılmaz, Şule; Rudolph, Jan Daniel; Tenzer, Stefan; Perez-Riverol, Yasset; Nagaraj, Nagarjuna; Humphrey, Sean J.; Cox, Juergen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      MaxDIA is a software platform for analyzing data-independent acquisition (DIA) proteomics data within the MaxQuant software environment. Using spectral libraries, MaxDIA achieves deep proteome coverage with substantially ...
    • Maxquant software for ion mobility enhanced shotgun proteomics 

      Prianichnikov, Nikita; Koch, Heiner; Koch, Scarlet; Lubeck, Markus; Heilig, Raphael; Brehmer, Sven; Fischer, Roman; Cox, Heinz Jürgen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Ion mobility can add a dimension to LC-MS based shotgun proteomics which has the potential to boost proteome coverage, quantification accuracy and dynamic range. Required for this is suitable software that extracts the ...
    • Mental health services use predicted by number of mental health problems and gender in a total population study 

      Posserud, Maj-Britt Rocio; Lundervold, Astri (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2013)
      We examined the relationship between service use and the number of problem areas as reported by parents and teachers on questionnaires among children aged 7–9 years old in the Bergen Child Study, a total population study ...
    • “Mickey Mousing” in the Brain: Motion-Sound Synesthesia and the Subcortical Substrate of Audio-Visual Integration 

      Laeng, Bruno; Flaaten, Camilla Bärthel; Walle, Kjersti Mæhlum; Hochkeppler, Anne; Specht, Karsten (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021-02-15)
      Motion-sound synesthesia is characterized by illusory auditory sensations linked to the pattern and rhythms of motion (dubbed “Mickey Mousing” as in cinema) of visually experienced but soundless object, like an optical ...
    • Moderne Helsebekymringer 

      Hysing, Mari; Sivertsen, Børge (Master thesis, 2002)
      Objective: In a previous study in New Zealand, the newly developed Modern Health Worries Scale (MHW) was significantly correlated with Subjective Health Complaints (SHC) and health care utilization. The aim of the present ...
    • Modular-Level Functional Connectome Alterations in Individuals With Hallucinations Across the Psychosis Continuum 

      Schutte, Maya J. L.; Voppel, Alban; Collin, Guusje; Abramovic, Lucija; Boks, Marco P. M.; Cahn, Wiepke; van Haren, Neeltje E. M.; Hugdahl, Kenneth Jan; Koops, Sanne; Mandl, René C. W.; Sommer, Iris E. C. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Functional connectome alterations, including modular network organization, have been related to the experience of hallucinations. It remains to be determined whether individuals with hallucinations across the psychosis ...
    • MRI measures of brain volume and cortical complexity in clinical groups and during development 

      Sandu, Anca-Larisa (Doctoral thesis, 2009-05-07)
      The complex structure of the surface of the brain might elude classical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods of characterization, when it comes to measures of surface irregularities. Such measures may be important when ...
    • Multi-vendor standardized sequence for edited magnetic resonance spectroscopy 

      Saleh, Muhammad G.; Rimbault, Daniel; Mikkelsen, Mark; Oeltzschner, Georg; Wang, Anna M; Jiang, Dengrong; Alhamud, Ali; Near, Jamie; Schär, Michael; Noeske, Ralph; Murdoch, James B; Ersland, Lars; Craven, Alexander R.; Dwyer, Gerard Eric; Grüner, Renate; Pan, Li; Ahn, Sinyeob; Edden, Richard A.E. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Spectral editing allows direct measurement of low-concentration metabolites, such as GABA, glutathione (GSH) and lactate (Lac), relevant for understanding brain (patho)physiology. The most widely used spectral editing ...
    • A multimodal study of the effects of tDCS on dorsolateral prefrontal and temporo-parietal areas during dichotic listening 

      Marquardt, Lynn Anne; Kusztrits, Isabella; Craven, Alexander R.; Hugdahl, Kenneth; Specht, Karsten; Hirnstein, Marco (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The underlying neural mechanisms of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), especially beyond the primary motor cortex, remain unclear. Several studies examined tDCS effects on either functional activity, ...
    • Music for autism: a protocol for an international randomized crossover trial on music therapy for children with autism 

      Loria, Marianna Ruiz; Groessing, Alexander; Guran, Alexandrina; Koçan, Asena U.; Mikus, Nace; Nater, Urs M.; Kouwer, Karlijn; Posserud, Maj-Britt Rocio; Salomon-Gimmon, Maayan; Todorova, Boryana; Wagner, Isabella C.; Gold, Christian; Silani, Giorgia; Specht, Karsten (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
      The notion of a connection between autism and music is as old as the first reported cases of autism, and music has been used as a therapeutic tool for many decades. Music therapy holds promise as an intervention for ...
    • The "myths" of low back pain: status quo in norwegian general practitioners and physiotherapists 

      Ihlebæk, Camilla Martha; Eriksen, Hege Randi (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2004)
      Background. In 2001, several myths of low back pain still were alive in the general population in Norway, myths that were not in concordance with current guidelines. Objectives. To investigate perceptions about back pain ...
    • Negative valence of hallucinatory voices as predictor of cortical glutamatergic metabolite levels in schizophrenia patients 

      Hjelmervik, Helene; Craven, Alexander R.; Johnsen, Erik; Kompus, Kristiina; Bless, Josef Johann; Sinkeviciute, Igne; Kroken, Rune Andreas; Løberg, Else-Marie; Ersland, Lars; Grüner, Eli Renate; Sommer, Iris E.; Hugdahl, Kenneth Jan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Objectives Negative emotional valence of auditory verbal hallucinations (AVHs) in schizophrenia can be a source of distress and is considered a strong predictor of illness severity. Previous studies have found glutamate ...
    • Neocortical substrates of feelings evoked with music in the ACC, insula, and somatosensory cortex 

      Kölsch, Stefan; Cheung, Vincent K. M.; Jentschke, Sebastian; Haynes, John-Dylan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Neurobiological models of emotion focus traditionally on limbic/paralimbic regions as neural substrates of emotion generation, and insular cortex (in conjunction with isocortical anterior cingulate cortex, ACC) as the ...
    • A network module for the perseus software for computational proteomics facilitates proteome interaction graph analysis 

      Rudolph, Jan Daniel; Cox, Jürgen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-04-01)
      Proteomics data analysis strongly benefits from not studying single proteins in isolation but taking their multivariate interdependence into account. We introduce PerseusNet, the new Perseus network module for the biological ...
    • Neural activation in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex precedes conscious experience of being in or out of a transient hallucinatory state 

      Hugdahl, Kenneth; Craven, Alexander R.; Johnsen, Erik; Ersland, Lars; Stoyanov, Drozdstoy; Kandilarova, Sevdalina; Sandøy, Lydia Brunvoll; Kroken, Rune A.; Løberg, Else-Marie; Sommer, Iris E. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Background and Hypotheses Auditory verbal hallucinations (AVHs) is not only a common symptom in schizophrenia but also observed in individuals in the general population. Despite extensive research, AVHs are poorly understood, ...