Chiang-shan Ray Li
Chiang-shan Ray Li
Yale University School of Medicine, Psychiatry and Neuroscience
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Imaging response inhibition in a stop-signal task: neural correlates independent of signal monitoring and post-response processing
CR Li, C Huang, RT Constable, R Sinha
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (1), 186-192, 2006
The ENIGMA Consortium: large-scale collaborative analyses of neuroimaging and genetic data
PM Thompson, JL Stein, SE Medland, DP Hibar, AA Vasquez, ...
Brain imaging and behavior 8, 153-182, 2014
A consensus guide to capturing the ability to inhibit actions and impulsive behaviors in the stop-signal task
F Verbruggen, AR Aron, GPH Band, C Beste, PG Bissett, AT Brockett, ...
elife 8, e46323, 2019
Functional connectivity mapping of the human precuneus by resting state fMRI
S Zhang, RL Chiang-shan
Neuroimage 59 (4), 3548-3562, 2012
Imaging stress-and cue-induced drug and alcohol craving: association with relapse and clinical implications
R Sinha, R Sinha, CSR Li, R Sinha, CSR Li
Drug and alcohol review 26 (1), 25-31, 2007
Functional connectivity delineates distinct roles of the inferior frontal cortex and presupplementary motor area in stop signal inhibition
JR Duann, JS Ide, X Luo, CR Li
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (32), 10171-10179, 2009
Neuronal correlates of motor performance and motor learning in the primary motor cortex of monkeys adapting to an external force field
CSR Li, C Padoa-Schioppa, E Bizzi
Neuron 30 (2), 593-607, 2001
Coordinate transformations in the representation of spatial information
RA Andersen, LH Snyder, CS Li, B Stricanne
Current opinion in neurobiology 3 (2), 171-176, 1993
Inhibitory control and emotional stress regulation: neuroimaging evidence for frontal-limbic dysfunction in psycho-stimulant addiction.
Neurosci Biobehav Rev 32 (3), 581-597, 2008
Subcortical processes of motor response inhibition during a stop signal task
CSR Li, P Yan, R Sinha, TW Lee
Neuroimage 41 (4), 1352-1363, 2008
Dissociable roles of right inferior frontal cortex and anterior insula in inhibitory control: evidence from intrinsic and task-related functional parcellation, connectivity …
W Cai, S Ryali, T Chen, CSR Li, V Menon
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (44), 14652-14667, 2014
Altered impulse control in alcohol dependence: neural measures of stop signal performance
CR Li, X Luo, P Yan, K Bergquist, R Sinha
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 33 (4), 740-750, 2009
Global resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis identifies frontal cortex, striatal, and cerebellar dysconnectivity in obsessive-compulsive disorder
A Anticevic, S Hu, S Zhang, A Savic, E Billingslea, S Wasylink, G Repovs, ...
Biological psychiatry 75 (8), 595-605, 2014
Greater activation of the “default” brain regions predicts stop signal errors
CSR Li, P Yan, KL Bergquist, R Sinha
Neuroimage 38 (3), 640-648, 2007
Gender differences in the neural correlates of response inhibition during a stop signal task
CR Li, C Huang, RT Constable, R Sinha
Neuroimage 32 (4), 1918-1929, 2006
Mega-analysis of gray matter volume in substance dependence: general and substance-specific regional effects
S Mackey, N Allgaier, B Chaarani, P Spechler, C Orr, J Bunn, NB Allen, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 176 (2), 119-128, 2019
Association of frontal and posterior cortical gray matter volume with time to alcohol relapse: a prospective study
K Rando, KI Hong, Z Bhagwagar, CSR Li, K Bergquist, J Guarnaccia, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 168 (2), 183-192, 2011
Central nervous system regulation of eating: Insights from human brain imaging
OM Farr, RL Chiang-shan, CS Mantzoros
Metabolism 65 (5), 699-713, 2016
Functional networks for cognitive control in a stop signal task: independent component analysis
S Zhang, CR Li
Human brain mapping 33 (1), 89-104, 2012
Performance monitoring and stop signal inhibition in abstinent patients with cocaine dependence
CR Li, V Milivojevic, K Kemp, K Hong, R Sinha
Drug and alcohol dependence 85 (3), 205-212, 2006
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