Barry Komisaruk

Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - Newark, United States 
pain, analgesia, reproduction
"Barry Komisaruk"
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Allen K, Wise N, Frangos E, et al. (2020) Male Urogenital System Mapped Onto the Sensory Cortex: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evidence. The Journal of Sexual Medicine
Wise NJ, Frangos E, Komisaruk BR. (2017) Brain Activity Unique to Orgasm in Women: An fMRI Analysis. The Journal of Sexual Medicine
Frangos E, Komisaruk BR. (2017) Access to Vagal Projections via Cutaneous Electrical Stimulation of the Neck: fMRI Evidence in Healthy Humans. Brain Stimulation. 10: 19-27
Parish SJ, Goldstein AT, Goldstein SW, et al. (2016) Toward a More Evidence-Based Nosology and Nomenclature for Female Sexual Dysfunctions-Part II. The Journal of Sexual Medicine
Wise NJ, Frangos E, Komisaruk BR. (2016) Activation of sensory cortex by imagined genital stimulation: an fMRI analysis. Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology. 6: 31481
Komisaruk BR, Rodriguez Del Cerro MC. (2015) Human sexual behavior related to pathology and activity of the brain. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 130: 109-19
Frangos E, Ellrich J, Komisaruk BR. (2015) Non-invasive Access to the Vagus Nerve Central Projections via Electrical Stimulation of the External Ear: fMRI Evidence in Humans. Brain Stimulation. 8: 624-36
Komisaruk BR. (2015) Re: Puppo V, Puppo G. 2014. anatomy of sex: Revision of the new anatomical terms used for the clitoris and the female orgasm by sexologists. Clinical Anatomy (New York, N.Y.). 28: 290
Komisaruk BR, Siegel HI, Del Cerro MC, et al. (2014) Jay S. Rosenblatt, Ph.D., 1924-2014. Developmental Psychobiology. 56: 1164-5
González-Mariscal G, González-Flores O, Komisaruk BR. (2014) In Memoriam: Carlos Beyer, Ph.D. (Mexico City, February 25, 1934-Mexico City, October 22, 2013) Hormones and Behavior. 65: 40-41
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