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The spatiotemporal pattern of auditory cortical responses during verbal hallucinations

Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies can provide insight into the neural correlates of hallucinations. Commonly, such studies require self-reports about the timing of the hallucination events. While many studies have found activity in higher-order sensory cortical areas, only a few h... Full description

Journal Title: Neuroimage 2005, Vol.27(3), pp.644-655
Main Author: van de Ven, Vincent G
Other Authors: Formisano, Elia , Röder, Christian H , Prvulovic, David , Bittner, Robert A , Dietz, Matthias G , Hubl, Daniela , Dierks, Thomas , Federspiel, Andrea , Esposito, Fabrizio , Di Salle, Francesco , Jansma, Bernadette , Goebel, Rainer , Linden, David E.J
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ID: ISSN: 1053-8119 ; E-ISSN: 1095-9572 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2005.04.041
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title: The spatiotemporal pattern of auditory cortical responses during verbal hallucinations
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  • van de Ven, Vincent G
  • Formisano, Elia
  • Röder, Christian H
  • Prvulovic, David
  • Bittner, Robert A
  • Dietz, Matthias G
  • Hubl, Daniela
  • Dierks, Thomas
  • Federspiel, Andrea
  • Esposito, Fabrizio
  • Di Salle, Francesco
  • Jansma, Bernadette
  • Goebel, Rainer
  • Linden, David E.J
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  • Medicine
ispartof: Neuroimage, 2005, Vol.27(3), pp.644-655
description: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies can provide insight into the neural correlates of hallucinations. Commonly, such studies require self-reports about the timing of the hallucination events. While many studies have found activity in higher-order sensory cortical areas, only a few have demonstrated activity of the primary auditory cortex during auditory verbal hallucinations. In this case, using self-reports as a model of brain activity may not be sensitive enough to capture all neurophysiological signals related to hallucinations. We used spatial independent component analysis (sICA) to extract the activity patterns associated with auditory verbal hallucinations in six schizophrenia patients. SICA decomposes the functional data set into a set of spatial maps without the use of any input function. The resulting activity patterns from auditory and sensorimotor components were further analyzed in a single-subject fashion using a visualization tool that allows for...
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Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies can provide insight into the neural correlates of hallucinations. Commonly, such studies require self-reports about the timing of the hallucination events. While many studies have found activity in higher-order sensory cortical areas, only a few have demonstrated activity of the primary auditory cortex during auditory verbal hallucinations. In this case, using self-reports as a model of brain activity may not be sensitive enough to capture all neurophysiological signals related to hallucinations. We used spatial independent component analysis (sICA) to extract the activity patterns associated with auditory verbal hallucinations in six schizophrenia patients. SICA decomposes the functional data set into a set of spatial maps without the use of any input function. The resulting activity patterns from auditory and sensorimotor components were further analyzed in a single-subject fashion using a visualization tool that allows for...

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