Static and Dynamic Imaging: Clinical and Therapeutic Implications

Static and Dynamic Imaging: Clinical and Therapeutic Implications

September 2013 – Vol 15 – No. 3

Editor’s Choice

Timothy Trull and Thomas Widiger analyze the Five-Factor model of personality functioning and compare it with the DSM-5 dimensional trait model.
Rebecca Birnbaum and Daniel Weinberger look at imaging genetics in schizophrenia research, with a discussion of effective connectivity modeling and polygenic risk.
Shitij Kapur et al describe findings derived from molecular imaging techniques in schizophrenia, mood disorders, Parkinson’s disease, and dementia.

In This issue

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Nancy Andreasen, MD, PhD; Margret Hoehe, MD, PhD

Guest editorial

BRAIN: innovative neurotechnologies for imaging and therapeutics
George M. Church (USA)

State of the art

Structure and function of complex brain networks
Olaf Sporns (USA)

Translational research

Animal models and high field imaging and spectroscopy
Gülin Öz; Ivan Tkáč; Kamil Uğurbil (USA)

Functional neuroimaging and schizophrenia: a view towards effective connectivity modeling and polygenic risk
Rebecca Birnbaum; Daniel R. Weinberger (USA)

Brain oscillations in neuropsychiatric disease
Erol Başar (Turkey)

High-frequency oscillations and the neurobiology of schizophrenia
Peter J. Uhlhaas; Wolf Singer (UK,Germany)


Molecular imaging as a guide for the treatment of central nervous system disorders
Euitae Kim; Oliver D. Howes; Shitij Kapur (Korea,UK)

Use of proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in the treatment of psychiatric disorders: a critical update
Juan R. Bustillo (USA)

Clinical research

Schizophrenia and abnormal brain network hubs
Mikail Rubinov; Ed. Bullmore (UK)

The brain’s default network: origins and implications for the study of psychosis
Randy L. Buckner (USA)

Typical and atypical brain development: a review of neuroimaging studies
Emily L. Dennis; Paul M. Thompson (USA)

Brief report

Simultaneous EEG and fMRI: towards the characterization of structure and dynamics of brain networks
Christoph Mulert (Germany)