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Szabó, E; Galambos, A; Kocsel, N; Édes AE; Pap, D; Zsombók, T; Kozák, LR; Bagdy G; Kökönyei, G; Juhász, G.

Association between migraine frequency and neural response to emotional faces: An fMRI study.

NeuroImage: Clinical 22: 1-9. (2019)



Galambos, A; Szabó, E; Nagy, Z; Édes, AE; Kocsel, N; Juhász, G; Kökönyei, G.

A systematic review of structural and functional MRI studies on pain catastrophizing.

Journal of Pain Research 12: 1155-1178. (2019)



Kocsel, N; Galambos, A; Szabó, E; Édes, AE; Magyar, M; Zsombók, T; Pap, D; Kozák, LR; Bagdy, G; Kökönyei, G; Juhász, G.

Altered neural activity to monetary reward/loss processing in episodic migraine

Scientific Reports 9:5420 (2019)



Dutta, A; McKie, S; Downey, D; Thomas, E; Juhász, G; Arnone, D; Elliott, R; Williams, S; Deakin, JFW; Anderson, IM.

Regional default mode network connectivity in major depressive disorder: modulation by acute intravenous citalopram.

Translational Psychiatry 9:116 pp. 1-9 p. (2019)



Eszlári, N; Millinghoffer, A; Petschner, P; Gonda, X; Baksa, D; Pulay, AJ; Réthelyi, JM; Breen, G; Deakin, JFW; Antal, P; Bagdy, G; Juhász, G.

Genome-wide association analysis reveals KCTD12 and miR-383-binding genes in the background of rumination.

Translational Psychiatry 9:119 pp. 1-12 p. (2019)



Kökönyei, G; Galambos, A; Édes, AE; Kocsel, N; Szabó, E; Pap, D; Kozák, LR; Bagdy, G; Juhász, G.

Anticipation and violated expectation of pain are influenced by trait rumination: An fMRI study.

Cognitive Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience 19: pp. 56-72. (2019)




Csépány, É; Tóth, M; Gyüre, T; Magyar, M; Bozsik, G; Bereczki, D; Juhász, G; Ertsey, C.

The validation of the Hungarian version of the ID-migraine questionnaire.

Journal of Headache and Pain 19:106 pp. 1-8. (2018)



Hökfelt, T; Barde, S; Xu, Zhi-Qing D; Kuteeva, E; Ruegg, J; Le, ME; Risling, M; Kehr, J; Ihnatko, R; Theodorsson, E; Palkovits, M; Deakin, JFW; Bagdy, G; Juhász, G, Prud’homme, HJ; Mechawar, N; Diaz-Heijtz, R; Ögren, SO.

Neuropeptide and Small Transmitter Coexistence: Fundamental Studies and Relevance to Mental Illness.

Frontiers in Neural Circuits 12:106 pp. 1-40. (2018)