Human head and neck Heslington Brain

Johannes GolchertJohannes Golchert
Individual variation in intentionality in the mind-wandering state is reflected in the integration of the default-mode, fronto-parietal, and limbic networks. Heslington Brain
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In press at Brain and CognitionIn press at Brain and Cognition
Full title: Knowing me, knowing you: Resting-state functional connectivity of ventromedial prefrontal cortex dissociates memory related to self from a familiar other. Heslington Brain
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Can I get me out of my head?Can I get me out of my head?
Exploring strategies for controlling the self-referential aspects of the mind-wandering state during reading. Heslington Brain
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Running head: dimension of experienceRunning head: dimension of experience
Hao-Ting Wang1, Giulia Poerio1, Charlotte Murphy1, Danilo Bzdok2,3,4, Elizabeth Jefferies1 & Jonathan Smallwood1. Heslington Brain
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Neural signals in reward-related regions and implicit self-esteemNeural signals in reward-related regions and implicit self-esteem
Fitzjohn, A., Sedikides, C., & Shibata, K. (2018). Neural activity in the reward-related brain regions predicts implicit self-esteem: a novel validity test of psychological measures using neuroimaging. Heslington Brain
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Groups by conditionGroups by condition
Epilepsy Fibromyalgia, me & cfs former Carers Gender issues in children Hearing Problems Heart problems Learning Disability Mens Groups Mental Health Motor Neurone Disease Multiple Sclerosis Multiple System Atrophy Muscular Dystrophy. Heslington Brain
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Experience of, awareness of and help-seeking for potential cancer symptoms in smokers and non-smokers: a cross-sectional studyExperience of, awareness of and help-seeking for potential cancer symptoms in smokers and non-smokers: a cross-sectional study
Julie Walabyeki1*, Joy Adamson2, Hannah L buckley3#a, Helena Sinclair1, Karl Atkin3, Hilary Graham3, Katriina Whitaker4, Jane Wardle5†, Una Macleod1. Heslington Brain
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The superior temporal sulcus is causally connected to the amygdala: a combined tbs-fmri studyThe superior temporal sulcus is causally connected to the amygdala: a combined tbs-fmri study
Authors: David Pitcher 1, Shruti Japee 2, Lionel Rauth 2 & Leslie g ungerleider 2. Heslington Brain
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Wednesday 11th July 2012. Closing date 26 June 2012Wednesday 11th July 2012. Closing date 26 June 2012
Please return to: Jane Phythian, Making Research Count (University of York), Dept of Social Policy and. Heslington Brain
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Shakespeare’s First Folio and the Fetish of the Book Brian CummingsShakespeare’s First Folio and the Fetish of the Book Brian Cummings
It suggests how a complex reading of the ‘fetish’ in historiography, combining a history of the material book in Shakespeare, with a theoretical reading of Pietz, Greenblatt, and Stallybrass, sheds light on the First Folio. Heslington Brain
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Shadowing the wandering mind: How understanding the mind-wandering state can inform our appreciation of conscious experienceShadowing the wandering mind: How understanding the mind-wandering state can inform our appreciation of conscious experience
Mahiko Konishi, Department of Psychology, University of York, Heslington, York, yo10 5DD, uk. Heslington Brain
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Key words: language production and comprehension, competition, interactive networks, production planning, language processing, lifg corresponding authorKey words: language production and comprehension, competition, interactive networks, production planning, language processing, lifg corresponding author
Competitive mechanisms in sentence processing: common and distinct production and reading comprehension networks linked to the prefrontal cortex. Heslington Brain
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Without walls local strategic partnership york economic partnershipWithout walls local strategic partnership york economic partnership
Apologies: Mike Horncastle – York Credit Union. Heslington Brain
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Useful References about disability in higher education.Useful References about disability in higher education.
Adams, M. and Brown, S. (eds.)(2006) Towards Inclusive Learning in Higher Education: Developing Curricula for Disabled Students. Heslington Brain
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