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dorsal anterior cingulate cortex
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fMRI (128 times)
DLPFC (64 times)
mPFC (36 times)
2002 Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex: a role in reward-based decision making.
dorsal ACC
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ACC (22 times)
pgACC (7 times)
DLPFC (4 times)
2007 Sex specificity of ventral anterior cingulate cortex suppression during a cognitive task.
dorsal cingulate cortex
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AI (1 time)
dAI (1 time)
DAN (1 time)
2014 Emotion perception and executive control interact in the salience network during emotionally charged working memory processing.
dimeric artesunate-choline conjugate
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ARS (1 time)
DHA (1 time)
HA (1 time)
2021 Dimeric artesunate-choline conjugate micelles coated with hyaluronic acid as a stable, safe and potent alternative anti-malarial injection of artesunate.
dissociable contributions from dorsal
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ACC (1 time)
2005 Rostral and dorsal anterior cingulate cortex make dissociable contributions during antisaccade error commission.
dorsal anterior cingulate activation
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fMRI (1 time)
MDD (1 time)
MDD-only (1 time)
2014 Neural response to reward anticipation in those with depression with and without panic disorder.
dorsal cingulate anterior cortex
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Diagnostic Techniques, Neurological
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ACG (1 time)
DLPFC (1 time)
FA (1 time)
2015 Macro and micro structures in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex contribute to individual differences in self-monitoring.
dorsal/caudal regions of the anterior cingulate cortex
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--- 2004 Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex resolves conflict from distracting stimuli by boosting attention toward relevant events.