Adrian Mark Owen

MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Adrian Owen"
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Coppola P, Allanson J, Naci L, et al. (2022) The complexity of the stream of consciousness. Communications Biology. 5: 1173
Norton L, Kazazian K, Gofton T, et al. (2022) Functional neuroimaging as an assessment tool in critically ill patients. Annals of Neurology
Luppi AI, Mediano PAM, Rosas FE, et al. (2022) Whole-brain modelling identifies distinct but convergent paths to unconsciousness in anaesthesia and disorders of consciousness. Communications Biology. 5: 384
Coppola P, Spindler LRB, Luppi AI, et al. (2022) Network dynamics scale with levels of awareness. Neuroimage. 254: 119128
Huntley JD, Fleming SM, Mograbi DC, et al. (2021) Understanding Alzheimer's disease as a disorder of consciousness. Alzheimer's & Dementia (New York, N. Y.). 7: e12203
Sternin A, McGarry LM, Owen AM, et al. (2021) The Effect of Familiarity on Neural Representations of Music and Language. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 33: 1595-1611
Peterson A, Webster F, Gonzalez-Lara LE, et al. (2021) Caregiver reactions to neuroimaging evidence of covert consciousness in patients with severe brain injury: a qualitative interview study. Bmc Medical Ethics. 22: 105
Coulborn S, Taylor C, Naci L, et al. (2021) Disruptions in Effective Connectivity within and between Default Mode Network and Anterior Forebrain Mesocircuit in Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness. Brain Sciences. 11
Gonzalez-Lara LE, Munce S, Christian J, et al. (2021) The multiplicity of caregiving burden: a qualitative analysis of families with prolonged disorders of consciousness. Brain Injury. 1-9
Laforge G, Gonzalez-Lara LE, Owen AM, et al. (2020) Individualized assessment of residual cognition in patients with disorders of consciousness. Neuroimage. Clinical. 28: 102472
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