• Cognitive and MRI trajectories for prediction of Alzheimer’s disease 

      Abolpour Mofrad, Samaneh; Lundervold, Astri Johansen; Vik, Alexandra; Lundervold, Alexander Selvikvåg (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The concept of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is used to describe the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and identification and treatment before further decline is an important clinical task. We selected longitudinal ...
    • Cognitive and psychological functioning in patients with substance use disorder; from initial assessment to one-year recovery 

      Hagen, Egon (Doctoral thesis, 2018-02-27)
      Neurocognitive impairment affects quality of life, occupational functioning, and the ability to benefit from therapy. Neurocognitive assessment is thus of importance, but it is expensive and not widely accessible. Therefore, ...
    • Cognitive change and antipsychotic medications: Results from a pragmatic rater-blind RCT 

      Anda, Liss; Johnsen, Erik; Kroken, Rune A.; Joa, Inge; Rettenbacher, Maria; Løberg, Else-Marie (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Cognitive impairment is a core aspect of psychotic disorders and difficult to treat. Atypical antipsychotics (AAs) might have differential effects on cognitive impairment, but rigid study designs and selective sampling ...
    • Cognitive change in psychosis 

      Anda, Liss Gøril (Doctoral thesis, 2020-10-23)
      Background: Cognitive functioning is impaired in schizophrenia spectrum disorders, with cognitive symptoms a core part of schizophrenia. Cognitive impairment is associated with poorer daily life functioning and prognosis, ...
    • Cognitive function and brain plasticity in a rat model of shift work: role of daily rhythms, sleep and glucocorticoids 

      Marti, Andrea Rørvik; Pedersen, Torhild; Wisor, Jonathan P.; Mrdalj, Jelena; Holmelid, Øystein; Patil, Sudarshan; Meerlo, Peter; Bramham, Clive R.; Grønli, Janne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Many occupations require operations during the night-time when the internal circadian clock promotes sleep, in many cases resulting in impairments in cognitive performance and brain functioning. Here, we use a rat model ...
    • Cognitive impairment in patients with Parkinson’s disease: profiles and implications for prognosis 

      Janvin, Carmen Cristea (Doctoral thesis, 2007-01-25)
      Objectives: The main objective of the present thesis was to explore cognitive impairment in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD), focussing on non-demented patients and elucidating cognitive profile, the course and ...
    • Cognitive profile in ultra high risk for psychosis and schizophrenia: A comparison using coordinated norms 

      Anda-Ågotnes, Liss Gøril; Brønnick, Kolbjørn Kallesten; Johannessen, Jan Olav; Joa, Inge; Kroken, Rune Andreas; Johnsen, Erik; Rettenbacher, Maria; Fathian, Farivar; Løberg, Else-Marie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-10-01)
      Background: Cognitive impairment is not only a core aspect of schizophrenia but also commonly observed in help-seeking youth at ultra high risk for psychosis (UHR), with potential implications for prognosis and individualized ...
    • Combined fMRI Region- and Network-Analysis Reveal New Insights of Top-Down Modulation of Bottom-Up Processes in Auditory Laterality 

      Kazimierczak, Katarzyna; Craven, Alexander R.; Ersland, Lars; Specht, Karsten; Dumitru, Magda L.; Sandøy, Lydia B.; Hugdahl, Kenneth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Dichotic listening along with the right-ear advantage (REA) has been a standard method of investigating auditory laterality ever since it was first introduced into neuropsychology in the early 1960s. Beginning in the 1980s, ...
    • Communication difficulties in children identified with psychiatric problems 

      Helland, Wenche Andersen (Doctoral thesis, 2010-09-27)
      Several studies have pointed to an overlap between different developmental psychopathological conditions and language impairments, and difficulties with communication have been identified in children of various diagnostic ...
    • Comparison of commercial ELISA assays for quantification of corticosterone in serum 

      Kinn Rød, Anne Marie; Harkestad, Nina; Jellestad, Finn Konow; Murison, Robert (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017-07-27)
      Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kits are widely used to quantify corticosterone levels for the assessment of stress in laboratory animals. The aim of this experiment was simply to evaluate if four different and ...
    • Comparison of Multivendor Single-Voxel MR Spectroscopy Data Acquired in Healthy Brain at 26 Sites 

      Považan, Michal; Mikkelsen, Mark; Berrington, Adam; Bhattacharyya, Pallab K.; Brix, Maiken Kirkegaard; Buur, Pieter F.; Cecil, Kim M.; Chan, Kimberly L.; Chen, David Y.T.; Craven, Alexander R.; Cuypers, Koen; Dacko, Michael; Duncan, Niall W.; Dydak, Ulrike; Edmondson, David A.; Ende, Gabriele; Ersland, Lars; Forbes, Megan A.; Gao, Fei; Ian, Greenhouse; Harris, Ashley D.; He, Naying; Heba, Stefanie; Hoggard, Nigel; Hsu, Tun-Wei; Jansen, Jacobus F. A.; Kangarlu, Alayar; Lange, Thomas; Lebel, R. Marc; Li, Yan; Lin, Chien-Yuan E.; Liou, Jy-Kang; Lirng, Jiing-Feng; Liu, Feng; Long, Joanna R.; Ma, Ruoyun; Maes, Celine; Moreno-Ortega, Marta; Murray, Scott O.; Noah, Sean; Noeske, Ralph; Noseworthy, Michael D.; Oeltzschner, Georg; Porges, Eric C.; Prisciandaro, James J.; Puts, Nicolaas A. J.; Roberts, Timothy P. L.; Sack, Markus; Sailasuta, Napapon; Saleh, Muhammad G.; Schallmo, Michael-Paul; Simard, Nicholas; Stoffers, Diederick; Swinnen, Stephan P.; Tegenthoff, Martin; Truong, Peter; Wang, Guangbin; Wilkinson, Iain D.; Wittsack, Hans-Jörg; Woods, Adam J.; Xu, Hongmin; Yan, Fuhua; Zhang, Chencheng; Zipunnikov, Vadim; Zöllner, Helge J.; Edden, Richard A.E.; Barker, Peter B. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Background: The hardware and software differences between MR vendors and individual sites influence the quantification of MR spectroscopy data. An analysis of a large data set may help to better understand sources of the ...
    • Comparison of seven modelling algorithms for γ-aminobutyric acid–edited proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy 

      Craven, Alexander R.; Bhattacharyya, Pallab K.; Clarke, William T.; Dydak, Ulrike; Edden, Richard A.E.; Ersland, Lars; Mandal, Pravat K.; Mikkelsen, Mark; Murdoch, James B.; Near, Jamie; Rideaux, Reuben; Shukla, Deepika; Wang, Min; Wilson, Martin; Zöllner, Helge J.; Hugdahl, Kenneth Jan; Oeltzschner, Georg (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Edited MRS sequences are widely used for studying γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the human brain. Several algorithms are available for modelling these data, deriving metabolite concentration estimates through peak fitting ...
    • Comparison of seven modelling algorithms for γ-aminobutyric acid–edited proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy 

      Craven, Alexander R.; Bhattacharyya, Pallab K.; Clarke, William T.; Dydak, Ulrike; Edden, Richard A.E.; Ersland, Lars; Mandal, Pravat K.; Mikkelsen, Mark; Murdoch, James B.; Near, Jamie; Rideaux, Reuben; Shukla, Deepika; Wang, Min; Wilson, Martin; Zöllner, Helge J.; Hugdahl, Kenneth; Oeltzschner, Georg (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Edited MRS sequences are widely used for studying γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the human brain. Several algorithms are available for modelling these data, deriving metabolite concentration estimates through peak fitting ...
    • Compensatory task-specific hypersensitivity in bilateral planum temporale and right superior temporal gyrus during auditory rhythm and omission processing in Parkinson's disease 

      Vikene, Kjetil; Skeie, Geir Olve; Specht, Karsten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Persons with Parkinson’s disease have general timing deficits and have difficulties in rhythm discrimination tasks. The basal ganglia, a crucial part of Parkinson’s disease pathology, is believed to play an important role ...
    • Computerized Working Memory Training in Remission From Major Depressive Disorder: Effects on Emotional Working Memory, Processing Speed, Executive Functions, and Associations With Symptoms 

      Ronold, Eivind Haga; Joormann, Jutta; Hammar, Åsa Karin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Introduction: Remission from major depressive disorder (MDD) is associated with residual symptoms related to reduced functioning, quality of life, and relapse risk. Previous studies have raised questions about mechanisms ...
    • Congenital prosopagnosia: multistage anatomical and functional deficits in face processing circuitry 

      Dinkelacker, V.; Grüter, M.; Klaver, P.; Grüter, T.; Specht, Karsten; Weis, S.; Kennerknecht, I.; Elger, C. E.; Fernandez, G. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2010-12-01)
      Face recognition is a primary social skill which depends on a distributed neural network. A pronounced face recognition deficit in the absence of any lesion is seen in congenital prosopagnosia. This study investigating 24 ...
    • Consequences of social defeat stress for behaviour and sleep. Short-term and long-term assessments in rats 

      Rød, Anne Marie Kinn (Doctoral thesis, 2014-04-08)
      Social stressors play a major role in the pathogenesis of affective disorders like anxiety and depression. These disorders are associated with altered behaviour (i.e. locomotor activity, harm avoidance, startle response, ...
    • A coordinate-based meta-analysis of music-evoked emotions 

      Kölsch, Stefan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Since the publication of the first neuroscience study investigating emotion with music about two decades ago, the number of functional neuroimaging studies published on this topic has increased each year. This research ...
    • Correlates of Hallucinatory Experiences in the General Population: An International Multisite Replication Study 

      Moseley, Peter; Aleman, André; Allen, Paul; Bell, Vaughan; Bless, Josef Johann; Bortolon, Catherine; Cello, Matteo; Garrison, Jane; Hugdahl, Kenneth Jan; Kozáková, Eva; Larøi, Frank; Moffatt, Jamie; Say, Nicolas; Smailes, David; Suzuki, Mimi; Toh, Wei Lin; Woodward, Todd; Zaytseva, Yuliya; Rossell, Susan; Fernyhough, Charles (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Hallucinatory experiences can occur in both clinical and nonclinical groups. However, in previous studies of the general population, investigations of the cognitive mechanisms underlying hallucinatory experiences have ...
    • Correlations between measures of executive attention and cortical thickness of left posterior middle frontal gyrus - a dichotic listening study 

      Andersson, Martin; Ystad, Martin; Lundervold, Arvid; Lundervold, Astri Johansen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2009-10-01)
      Background: The frontal lobe has been associated to a wide range of cognitive control functions and is also vulnerable to degeneration in old age. A recent study by Thomsen and colleagues showed a difference between a young ...