Lena Oestreich

2016 Psychology University of New South Wales, Australia 
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Li X, Rangelov D, Mattingley JB, et al. (2023) White matter microstructure is associated with the precision of visual working memory. Neuroimage. 120069
Oestreich LKL, Wright P, O'Sullivan MJ. (2022) Hyperconnectivity and altered interactions of a nucleus accumbens network in post-stroke depression. Brain Communications. 4: fcac281
Betrouni N, Jiang J, Duering M, et al. (2022) Texture Features of Magnetic Resonance Images Predict Poststroke Cognitive Impairment: Validation in a Multicenter Study. Stroke. 101161STROKEAHA12203
O'Sullivan MJ, Oestreich LKL, Wright P, et al. (2022) Cholinergic and hippocampal systems facilitate cross-domain cognitive recovery after stroke. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Oestreich LK, O'Sullivan MJ. (2022) Transdiagnostic in vivo magnetic resonance imaging markers of neuroinflammation. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Oestreich LKL, Wright P, O'Sullivan MJ. (2020) Microstructural changes in the reward system are associated with post-stroke depression. Neuroimage. Clinical. 28: 102360
Oestreich LKL, Randeniya R, Garrido MI. (2019) Auditory prediction errors and auditory white matter microstructure associated with psychotic-like experiences in healthy individuals. Brain Structure & Function
Oestreich LKL, Randeniya R, Garrido MI. (2019) Auditory white matter pathways are associated with effective connectivity of auditory prediction errors within a fronto-temporal network. Neuroimage
Oestreich LKL, Randeniya R, Garrido MI. (2019) White matter connectivity reductions in the pre-clinical continuum of psychosis: A connectome study. Human Brain Mapping. 40: 529-537
Oestreich LKL, Whitford TJ, Garrido MI. (2018) Prediction of Speech Sounds Is Facilitated by a Functional Fronto-Temporal Network. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 12: 43
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