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Increased theta/alpha synchrony in the habenula-prefrontal network with negative emotional stimuli in human patients.

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Lateral habenula is believed to encode negative motivational stimuli and plays key roles in the pathophysiology of psychiatric disorders. However, how habenula activities are modulated during the processing of emotional information is still poorly understood. We recorded local field potentials from bilateral habenula areas with simultaneous cortical magnetoencephalography in nine patients with psychiatric disorders during an emotional picture-viewing task. Transient activity in the theta/alph...

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10.7554/elife.65444

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0000-0002-2503-1589
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National Natural Science Foundation of China
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eLife Sciences Publications
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Volume:
10
Article number:
e65444
Publication date:
2021-07-12
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2021-06-28
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2050-084X
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34251338
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1186203
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pubs:1186203
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2021-07-14

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