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2018Increased resting perfusion of the hippocampus in high positive schizotypy: A pseudocontinuous arterial spin labeling studyModinos, G; Egerton, A; McMullen, K; McLaughlin, A; Kumari, V; Barker, GJ; Williams, SCR; Zelaya, F
2018Problematic attention processing and fear learning in adolescent anxiety: testing a combined cognitive and learning process modelBaker, H; Barry, T; Kumari, V; Pandey, R; Niraula, S; Lau, J
2016Changes in Neurocognitive Architecture in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treated with Continuous Positive Airway PressureRosenzweig, I; Glasser, M; Crum, WR; Kempton, MJ; Milosevic, M; McMillan, A; Leschziner, GD; Kumari, V; Goadsby, P; Simonds, AK; Williams, SCR; Morrell, MJ
2015Mapping depression in schizophrenia: A functional magnetic resonance imaging studyKumari, V; Peters, E; Guinn, A; Fannon, D; Russell, T; Sumich, A; Kuipers, E; Williams, SCR; Ffytche, DH
2015Cognitive behavioral therapy normalizes functional connectivity for social threat in psychosisMason, L; Peters, ER; Dima, D; Williams, SC; Kumari, V
2018Combining trait and state model systems of psychosis: The effect of sleep deprivation on cognitive functions in schizotypal individualsKumari, V; Faiola, E; Meyhöfer, I; Kasparbauer, A-M; Ettinger, U
2018Using fMRI and machine learning to predict symptom improvement following cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosisKumari, V; Tolmeijer, E; Peters, E; Williams, S; Mason, L
2018Multi-echo fMRI, resting-state connectivity, and high psychometric schizotypyWaltmann, M; O'Daly, O; Egerton, A; McMullen, K; Kumari, V; Barker, GJ; Williams, SCR; Modinos, G
2018Individual differences in working memory and general intelligence indexed by P200 and P300: A latent variable modelWongupparaj, P; Sumich, A; Wickens, M; Kumari, V; Morris, RG
7-Apr-2019The role of microbiota and inflammation in self-judgement and empathy: implications for understanding the brain-gut-microbiome axis in depression.Heym, N; Heasman, BC; Hunter, K; Blanco, SR; Wang, GY; Siegert, R; Cleare, A; Gibson, GR; Kumari, V; Sumich, AL