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The 10 publications listed below are selected by Cambridge Neuroscience members. This list is not exhaustive.

Bright P, Ouzia J, Filippi R. (in press), “Metacognition and multilingualism.” In: Handbook of the neuroscience of multilingualism (Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics series). Wiley-Blackwell. Peter Bright

Broom DM (2019), “Abnormal behaviour and the self-regulation of motivational state. ” J Vet Behav, 29, 1-3. PDF Donald Broom

Hall, JM, O’Callaghan C, Muller AJ, Ehgoetz-Martens KA, Phillips JR, Moustafa AA, Lewis SJG, Shine JM (in press), “Changes in structural network topology correlate with severity of hallucinatory behaviour in Parkinson's disease” Network Neuroscience Claire O'Callaghan

Irish M, Goldberg ZL, Alaeddin S, O'Callaghan C, Andrews-Hanna JR (in press), “Age-related changes in the temporal focus and self-referential content of spontaneous cognition during periods of low cognitive demand” Psychological Research Claire O'Callaghan

Jessen KR, Arthur-Farraj PJ (2019), “Repair Schwann cell update: Adaptive reprogramming, EMT, and stemness in regenerating nerves” Glia Peter Arthur-Farraj

O'Callaghan C, Shine JM, Hodges JR, Andrews-Hanna J, Irish M (in press), “Hippocampal atrophy and intrinsic brain network dysfunction relate to alterations in mind wandering in neurodegeneration” PNAS Claire O'Callaghan

O'Callaghan C, Vaghi, MM, Brummerloh B, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (in press), “Impaired awareness of action-outcome contingency and causality during healthy ageing and following ventromedial prefrontal cortex lesions” Neuropsychologia PDF Claire O'Callaghan

Rollins C, Garrison JR, Simons JD, Rowe JB, O’Callaghan C, Murray GK, Suckling J (in press), “Meta-analytic evidence for the plurality of mechanisms in transdiagnostic structural MRI studies of hallucination status” EClinicalMedicine Claire O'Callaghan

Shine JM, Bell PT, Matar E, Poldrack RA, Lewis SJG, Halliday GM, O’Callaghan C (in press), “Dopamine Depletion Alters Macroscopic Network Dynamics in Parkinson’s Disease” Brain Claire O'Callaghan

Walpola IC, Muller AJ, Hall JM, Andrews-Hanna JR, Irish M, Lewis SJG, Shine JM, O'Callaghan C (in submission), “Default mode and primary visual network coupling is associated with increased mind-wandering frequency in Parkinson's disease with visual hallucinations” Claire O'Callaghan