The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Neuroscience, Anterior cingulate cortex, Noxious stimulus, Cingulate cortex and Brain mapping. His works in Insula, Functional imaging and Functional magnetic resonance imaging are all subjects of inquiry into Neuroscience. His study in Anterior cingulate cortex is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Prefrontal cortex and Anatomy.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Thalamus under Noxious stimulus, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Cerebellum, Tonic and Threshold of pain. His Cingulate cortex research includes themes of Anesthesia and Stroop effect. His studies deal with areas such as Brain control, Overactive bladder and Chronic pain as well as Brain mapping.
Stuart W. G. Derbyshire mostly deals with Neuroscience, Anesthesia, Noxious stimulus, Anterior cingulate cortex and Chronic pain. His work in Brain mapping, Functional imaging, Insula, Neuroimaging and Functional magnetic resonance imaging is related to Neuroscience. Anesthesia is often connected to Cingulate cortex in his work.
The Noxious stimulus study which covers Stimulus that intersects with Sensory system. Anterior cingulate cortex and Prefrontal cortex are commonly linked in his work. The concepts of his Chronic pain study are interwoven with issues in Threshold of pain and Hyperalgesia.
Stuart W. G. Derbyshire spends much of his time researching Neuroscience, Chronic pain, Pain experience, Perspective and Brain mapping. His work in the fields of Neuroscience, such as Functional magnetic resonance imaging, overlaps with other areas such as Capsaicin. His Chronic pain research includes elements of Neuropathic pain, Cingulate cortex, Neuroimaging and Hyperalgesia, Allodynia.
His studies deal with areas such as Placebo, EEG-fMRI, Electroencephalography and Default mode network as well as Brain mapping. His Feeling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Consciousness and Noxious stimulus. His Precuneus study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Neural correlates of consciousness, Insula, Anterior cingulate cortex and Amygdala.
His primary areas of study are Perspective, Chronic pain, Clinical psychology, Amygdala and Neuroscience. When carried out as part of a general Chronic pain research project, his work on Pain catastrophizing is frequently linked to work in Tooth Sensitivity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Insula, Social psychology, Affect, Social perception and Precuneus in addition to Amygdala.
The concepts of his Insula study are interwoven with issues in Anterior cingulate cortex, Neural correlates of consciousness and Social cognition. His work on Brain mapping and Posterior cingulate as part of general Neuroscience research is often related to Stress reactivity, thus linking different fields of science. Stuart W. G. Derbyshire has researched Brain mapping in several fields, including EEG-fMRI, Electroencephalography, Thermal stimulation and Heart rate.
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Pain processing during three levels of noxious stimulation produces differential patterns of central activity.
Stuart W.G Derbyshire;Anthony K.P Jones;Ferenc Gyulai;Stuart Clark.
Pain Processing in Four Regions of Human Cingulate Cortex Localized with Co‐registered PET and MR Imaging
Brent A. Vogt;Stuart Derbyshire;Anthony K. P. Jones.
European Journal of Neuroscience (1996)
Structural and functional dichotomy of human midcingulate cortex.
Brent A. Vogt;Gail R. Berger;Stuart W. G. Derbyshire.
European Journal of Neuroscience (2003)
Cerebral activation during hypnotically induced and imagined pain.
Stuart W.G. Derbyshire;Matthew G. Whalley;V.Andrew Stenger;David A. Oakley.
Cerebral activation in patients with irritable bowel syndrome and control subjects during rectosigmoid stimulation.
Bruce D. Naliboff;Stuart W. G. Derbyshire;Julie Munakata;Steve Berman.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2001)
Cerebral responses to pain in patients with atypical facial pain measured by positron emission tomography.
S. W. G. Derbyshire;A. K. P. Jones;P. Devani;K. J. Friston.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (1994)
Sex-related differences in IBS patients: central processing of visceral stimuli.
Bruce D Naliboff;Steve Berman;Lin Chang;Stuart W.G Derbyshire.
Attention to pain localization and unpleasantness discriminates the functions of the medial and lateral pain systems.
B. Kulkarni;D. E. Bentley;R. Elliott;P. Youell.
European Journal of Neuroscience (2005)
Pain and Stroop interference tasks activate separate processing modules in anterior cingulate cortex.
S. W. G. Derbyshire;B. A. Vogt;A. K. P. Jones.
Experimental Brain Research (1998)
BRAIN CONTROL OF NORMAL AND OVERACTIVE BLADDER
Derek Griffiths;Stuart Derbyshire;Andy Stenger;Neil Resnick.
The Journal of Urology (2005)
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