Cynthia H.Y. Fu focuses on Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Neuroscience, Functional imaging, Audiology and Anterior cingulate cortex. Cynthia H.Y. Fu interconnects Working memory, Cognitive psychology, Neural correlates of consciousness and Auditory cortex in the investigation of issues within Functional magnetic resonance imaging. Her study in Prefrontal cortex and Amygdala is carried out as part of her studies in Neuroscience.
Her study focuses on the intersection of Functional imaging and fields such as Functional neuroimaging with connections in the field of Emotional expression. The Audiology study combines topics in areas such as Neurocognitive, Cognition, Developmental psychology, Facial expression and Depression. She has included themes like Schizophrenia and Grey matter in her Anterior cingulate cortex study.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Neuroscience, Major depressive disorder, Depression, Neuroimaging and Functional magnetic resonance imaging. Her studies deal with areas such as Psychosis, Facial expression and Case-control study as well as Neuroscience. Her research in Major depressive disorder intersects with topics in Hippocampal formation, Internal medicine, Mood disorders and Clinical psychology.
Her Depression research incorporates elements of Neural correlates of consciousness and Cognition. Her work focuses on many connections between Neuroimaging and other disciplines, such as Artificial intelligence, that overlap with her field of interest in Machine learning. The various areas that she examines in her Functional magnetic resonance imaging study include Schizophrenia, Audiology, Functional imaging, Verbal fluency test and Brain mapping.
Her primary scientific interests are in Major depressive disorder, Depression, Neuroimaging, Clinical psychology and Neuroscience. Cynthia H.Y. Fu works mostly in the field of Major depressive disorder, limiting it down to concerns involving Internal medicine and, occasionally, Lateral ventricles. Her research investigates the link between Depression and topics such as Neuroplasticity that cross with problems in Mr imaging, Antidepressant and Pattern analysis.
Her Neuroimaging study combines topics in areas such as Electroencephalography, First episode, Human brain, Laterality and Hypoactivity. Her Clinical psychology research focuses on Disease and how it relates to Affect and Mental health. Neuroscience is frequently linked to Facial expression in her study.
Her main research concerns Major depressive disorder, Depression, Internal medicine, Brain aging and Lateral ventricles. Her Major depressive disorder research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mental health, Transcranial direct-current stimulation, Electroconvulsive therapy and Clinical psychology. Her study in Depression is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neuroimaging, Disease and Affect.
Her work on Clinical trial, Discontinuation, Transcranial magnetic stimulation and Brain stimulation as part of general Internal medicine research is frequently linked to Magnetic seizure therapy, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Increased risk, Age differences, Age of onset, Structural brain abnormalities and Atrophy. Cynthia H.Y. Fu performs integrative study on Lateral ventricles and Depressive symptomatology.
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Predictors of amygdala activation during the processing of emotional stimuli: A meta-analysis of 385 PET and fMRI studies.
Sergi G. Costafreda;Michael J. Brammer;Anthony S. David;Cynthia H.Y. Fu.
Brain Research Reviews (2008)
Attenuation of the neural response to sad faces in major depression by antidepressant treatment: a prospective, event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
Cynthia H. Y. Fu;Steven C. R. Williams;Anthony J. Cleare;Michael J. Brammer.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2004)
A systematic review and quantitative appraisal of fMRI studies of verbal fluency: Role of the left inferior frontal gyrus
Sergi G. Costafreda;Cynthia H.Y. Fu;Lucy Lee;Brian Everitt.
Human Brain Mapping (2006)
A functional MRI study of happy and sad affective states induced by classical music
Martina T. Mitterschiffthaler;Cynthia H.Y. Fu;Jeffrey A. Dalton;Christopher M. Andrew.
Human Brain Mapping (2007)
Common and distinct patterns of grey-matter volume alteration in major depression and bipolar disorder: evidence from voxel-based meta-analysis
T Wise;J Radua;J Radua;E Via;N Cardoner.
Molecular Psychiatry (2017)
Brain imaging correlates of depressive symptom severity and predictors of symptom improvement after antidepressant treatment
Chi-Hua Chen;Khanum Ridler;Khanum Ridler;John Suckling;Steve Williams.
Biological Psychiatry (2007)
Pattern Classification of Sad Facial Processing : Toward the Development of Neurobiological Markers in Depression
Cynthia H.Y. Fu;Janaina Mourao-Miranda;Sergi G. Costafreda;Akash Khanna.
Biological Psychiatry (2008)
Neural Responses to Sad Facial Expressions in Major Depression Following Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cynthia H.Y. Fu;Steven C.R. Williams;Anthony J. Cleare;Jan Scott;Jan Scott.
Biological Psychiatry (2008)
Hippocampal atrophy in first episode depression: a meta-analysis of magnetic resonance imaging studies.
James Cole;Sergi G. Costafreda;Peter McGuffin;Cynthia H.Y. Fu.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2011)
Neural Responses to Happy Facial Expressions in Major Depression Following Antidepressant Treatment
Cynthia H Y Fu;Steve C R Williams;Michael J Brammer;John Suckling.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2007)
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