Charlotte Rae
Charlotte Rae
School of Psychology, University of Sussex
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The prefrontal cortex achieves inhibitory control by facilitating subcortical motor pathway connectivity
CL Rae, LE Hughes, MC Anderson, JB Rowe
Journal of neuroscience 35 (2), 786-794, 2015
Selection and stopping in voluntary action: a meta-analysis and combined fMRI study
CL Rae, LE Hughes, C Weaver, MC Anderson, JB Rowe
Neuroimage 86, 381-391, 2014
White matter pathology in Parkinson's disease: the effect of imaging protocol differences and relevance to executive function
CL Rae, MM Correia, E Altena, LE Hughes, RA Barker, JB Rowe
Neuroimage 62 (3), 1675-1684, 2012
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibition modulates response inhibition in Parkinson’s disease
Z Ye, E Altena, C Nombela, CR Housden, H Maxwell, T Rittman, ...
Brain 137 (4), 1145-1155, 2014
Improving response inhibition in Parkinson’s disease with atomoxetine
Z Ye, E Altena, C Nombela, CR Housden, H Maxwell, T Rittman, ...
Biological Psychiatry 77 (8), 740-748, 2015
Learning to play a melody: an fMRI study examining the formation of auditory-motor associations
JL Chen, C Rae, KE Watkins
Neuroimage 59 (2), 1200-1208, 2012
Atomoxetine restores the response inhibition network in Parkinson’s disease
CL Rae, C Nombela, PV Rodríguez, Z Ye, LE Hughes, PS Jones, T Ham, ...
Brain 139 (8), 2235-2248, 2016
The medial frontal-prefrontal network for altered awareness and control of action in corticobasal syndrome
N Wolpe, JW Moore, CL Rae, T Rittman, E Altena, P Haggard, JB Rowe
Brain 137 (1), 208-220, 2014
Predicting beneficial effects of atomoxetine and citalopram on response inhibition in P arkinson's disease with clinical and neuroimaging measures
Z Ye, CL Rae, C Nombela, T Ham, T Rittman, PS Jones, PV Rodríguez, ...
Human brain mapping 37 (3), 1026-1037, 2016
Deficits in neurite density underlie white matter structure abnormalities in first-episode psychosis
CL Rae, G Davies, SN Garfinkel, MC Gabel, NG Dowell, M Cercignani, ...
Biological psychiatry 82 (10), 716-725, 2017
Centrality of prefrontal and motor preparation cortices to Tourette syndrome revealed by meta-analysis of task-based neuroimaging studies
L Polyanska, HD Critchley, CL Rae
NeuroImage: Clinical 16, 257-267, 2017
Response inhibition on the stop signal task improves during cardiac contraction
CL Rae, VE Botan, CD Gould van Praag, AM Herman, JAK Nyyssönen, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 9136, 2018
Can't get it off my brain: Meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on perseverative cognition
E Makovac, S Fagioli, CL Rae, HD Critchley, C Ottaviani
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 295, 111020, 2020
Atomoxetine enhances connectivity of prefrontal networks in Parkinson’s disease
RJ Borchert, T Rittman, L Passamonti, Z Ye, S Sami, SP Jones, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 41 (8), 2171-2177, 2016
A Bayesian account of the sensory-motor interactions underlying symptoms of Tourette syndrome
CL Rae, HD Critchley, AK Seth
Frontiers in psychiatry 10, 406694, 2019
Dimensions of interoception predict premonitory urges and tic severity in Tourette syndrome
CL Rae, DEO Larsson, SN Garfinkel, HD Critchley
Psychiatry Research 271, 469-475, 2019
Face perception enhances insula and motor network reactivity in Tourette syndrome
CL Rae, L Polyanska, CD Gould van Praag, J Parkinson, S Bouyagoub, ...
Brain 141 (11), 3249-3261, 2018
Impact of cardiac interoception cues and confidence on voluntary decisions to make or withhold action in an intentional inhibition task
CL Rae, A Ahmad, DEO Larsson, M Silva, CDG Praag, SN Garfinkel, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 4184, 2020
Joint hypermobility links neurodivergence to dysautonomia and pain
JLL Csecs, V Iodice, CL Rae, A Brooke, R Simmons, L Quadt, GK Savage, ...
Frontiers in psychiatry 12, 786916, 2022
How often does music and rhythm improve patients’ perception of motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease?
C Nombela, CL Rae, JA Grahn, RA Barker, AM Owen, JB Rowe
Journal of neurology 260, 1404-1405, 2013
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