Regional brain activity in women grieving a romantic relationship breakup
|Regional brain activity in women grieving a romantic relationship breakup|
|Authors:||Arif Najib, Jeffrey P. Lorberbaum, Samet Kose, Daryl E. Bohning, Mark S. George|
|Citation:||American Journal of Psychiatry 161 (12): 2245-2256. 2004 December|
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Subjects also completed the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale, the 28-item Hamilton Depression Rating Scale, Beck Depression Inventory, Clonings's Temperament and Character Inventory, a modified version of the Inventory of Complicated Grief and Positive and Negative Affect Schedule.
|MRI Scanning (help)|
|Scanner:||Picker EDGE 1.5T|
|Type:|| Asymmetric spin-echo echo-planar pulse
(TR=6000ms, TE=45ms, FA=?)
|Slices:||18 oriented Axial|
|Size:||FOV=300 x 300mm matrix=128 x 128 resolution=2.344 x 2.344mm|
|Laboratory:||Medical University of South Carolina|
A z score height on 1.654 was use together with a cluster corrected P-value threshold on <0.05 corresponding to 274 voxels. On regions of interest another threshold was used on cluster size 10 voxels.
 Ruminative versus neutral thought40 coordinates in Table 3 
 Neutral versus ruminative thought49 coordinates in Table 4 
- A varying statistical threshold was used across the brain.