Selected full articles:

2017

Brooks et al., (2017). The impact of cognitive training in substance use disorder: the effect of working memory training on impulse control in methamphetamine users.

Olivo et al (2017). Limbic-thalamo-cortical projections and reward-related circuitry integrity affects eating behavior: A longitudinal DTI study in adolescents with restrictive eating disorders.

2016

Brooks et al., (2016). Psychological intervention with working memory training increases basal ganglia volume: A VBM study of inpatient treatment for methamphetamine use.

Brooks, (2016). A debate on working memory and cognitive control: can we learn about the treatment of substance use disorders from the neural correlates of anorexia nervosa?

Brooks et al., (2016). Early-life adversity and orbitofrontal and cerebellar volumes in adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder: voxel-based morphometry study.

2015

Brooks & Stein (2015). A systematic review of the neural bases of psychotherapy for anxiety and related disorders

Heany et al., (2015). A quantitative and qualitative review of the effects of testosterone on the function and structure of the human social-emotional brain.

2014

Brooks & Stein (2014). Unconscious influences on decision making: neuroimaging and neuroevolutionary perspectives.

Brooks et al., (2014). BDNF polymorphisms are linked to poorer working memory performance, reduced cerebellar and hippocampal volumes and differences in prefrontal cortex in a Swedish elderly population.

Brooks et al., (2014). Childhood adversity is linked to differential brain volumes in adolescents with alcohol use disorder: a voxel-based morphometry study.

Uher & Brooks et al., (2014). Increasing cognitive load reduces interference from masked appetitive and aversive but not neutral stimuli.

Book Chapters:

Brooks et al (2016). Chronic and acute nicotine exposure versus placebo in smokers and non-smokers:A systematic review of resting state fMRI studies.  Addictive substances and neurological diseases

Brooks & Stein (2015)  Brain volumes in adolescents with alcohol use disorder. Neuropathology of Drug Addictions and Substance Misuse Volume 1. 1st Edition

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