Lone Hørlyck

Lone Hørlyck
University of London · University College London (UCL)

PhD

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Publications (15)
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Background: Mood disorders are often accompanied by cognitive difficulties that impede patients' functional capacity. However, neuropsychological tests provide limited insight into patients' ability to tackle daily life cognitive challenges. To address this challenge, we investigated the sensitivity and validity of the Jansari assessment of Executi...
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Background: Cognitive impairments in bipolar disorder (BD) such as memory deficits are associated with poor functional outcomes and it has been suggested that the brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) Val66Met polymorphism contributes to individual variability in memory function in BD. The current study investigated the relationship between the...
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Intrusive memories are prominent features of post-traumatic stress disorder, but the mechanisms supporting their development, and their relationship to deliberate memories, are subject to competing theories. Are they strengthened examples of a unitary memory system, or fragmented representations lacking aspects of healthy memories? Given the import...
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Following a traumatic event, some individuals might experience distressing involuntary thoughts and imagery, as seen in post-traumatic stress disorder. It is crucial to understand the complex factors that contribute to the occurrence and subsequent treatment of these intrusions. Whilst it has been shown that various factors during the immediate aft...
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Although negative emotion can strengthen memory of an event it can also result in memory disturbances, as in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). We examined the effects of negative item content on amygdalar and hippocampal function in memory for the items themselves and for the associations between them. During fMRI, we examined encoding and ret...
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Whilst negative emotion can strengthen memory of an event it can also result in memory disturbances, as in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). We examined the effects of negative item content on amygdalar and hippocampal function in memory for the items themselves and the associations between them. During fMRI, we examined encoding and retrieval...
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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is characterized by impairments in language and social–emotional cognition. Yet, findings of emotion recognition from affective prosody in individuals with ASD are inconsistent. This study investigated emotion recognition and neural processing of affective prosody in high-functioning adults with ASD relative to neurot...

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