Derek GV Mitchell

Psychiatry University of Western Ontario, Canada, London, Ontario, Canada 
"Derek Mitchell"
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Nichols ES, Penner J, Ford KA, et al. (2021) Emotion regulation in emerging adults with major depressive disorder and frequent cannabis use. Neuroimage. Clinical. 30: 102575
Oliver LD, Stewart C, Coleman K, et al. (2020) Neural effects of oxytocin and mimicry in frontotemporal dementia: A randomized cross-over study. Neurology
Tavares TP, Mitchell DGV, Coleman K, et al. (2019) Ventricular volume expansion in presymptomatic genetic frontotemporal dementia. Neurology
Roach VA, Fraser GM, Kryklywy JH, et al. (2018) Guiding low spatial ability individuals through visual cueing: The dual importance of where and when to look. Anatomical Sciences Education
Kryklywy JH, Macpherson EA, Mitchell DGV. (2018) Decoding auditory spatial and emotional information encoding using multivariate versus univariate techniques. Experimental Brain Research
Greening SG, Mitchell DGV, Smith FW. (2017) Spatially generalizable representations of facial expressions: Decoding across partial face samples. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 101: 31-43
Roach VA, Fraser GM, Kryklywy JH, et al. (2017) Time limits in testing: An analysis of eye movements and visual attention in spatial problem solving. Anatomical Sciences Education
Roach VA, Fraser GM, Kryklywy JH, et al. (2016) Different perspectives: Spatial ability influences where individuals look on a timed spatial test. Anatomical Sciences Education
Burhan AM, Anazodo UC, Chung JK, et al. (2016) The Effect of Task-Irrelevant Fearful-Face Distractor on Working Memory Processing in Mild Cognitive Impairment versus Healthy Controls: An Exploratory fMRI Study in Female Participants. Behavioural Neurology. 2016: 1637392
Greening SG, Mitchell DG. (2015) A network of amygdala connections predict individual differences in trait anxiety. Human Brain Mapping. 36: 4819-30
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