Seungho Kim's research while affiliated with Kyungpook National University and other places

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Objective: Recent studies highlighted the triple-network model which illustrated the interactions among three large-scale networks including salience network (SN). The functional magnetic resonance imaging used in this study was designed to investigate the characteristics of three large-scale networks associated with the thought-action fusion (TAF...
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Changes in the brain with age can provide useful information regarding an individual’s chronological age. studies have suggested that functional connectomes identified via resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) could be a powerful feature for predicting an individual’s age. We applied connectome-based predictive modeling (CPM) t...
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Background Synthetic MRI is a time-efficient imaging technique that provides both quantitative MRI and contrast-weighted images simultaneously. However, a rather long single scan time can be challenging for children. Objective To evaluate the clinical feasibility of time-saving synthetic MRI protocols adjusted for echo train length and receiver ba...
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Water proton spin relaxivities, colloidal stability, and biocompatibility of nanoparticle magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agents depend on surface-coating ligands. In this study, hydrophilic and biocompatible polyethylenimines (PEIs) of different sizes (Mn = 1200 and 60,000 amu) were used as surface-coating ligands for ultrasmall holmium...
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Owing to a higher demand for glucosamine (GlcN) in metabolic processes in tumor cells than in normal cells (i.e., GlcN effects), tumor imaging in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be highly improved using GlcN-conjugated MRI contrast agents. Here, GlcN was conjugated with polyacrylic acid (PAA)-coated ultrasmall gadolinium oxide nanoparticles (U...
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Paramagnetic ultrasmall Ho 2 O 3 and Tm 2 O 3 nanoparticles (d avg = ~2.1 nm) grafted with various hydrophilic and biocompatible ligands such as poly(ethylene glycol) diacid (M n = 250 and 600 amu) and polyacrylic...
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Spinal cord injury (SCI) can cause motor, sensory, and autonomic dysfunctions and may affect the cerebral functions. However, the mechanisms of plastic changes in the brain according to SCI severity remain poorly understood. Therefore, in the current study, we compared the brain activity of the entire neural network according to severity of SCI usi...
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Objective: Although cognitive models of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) fall into two categories: cognitive deficit models and dysfunctional belief models, these approaches have their own ways and have hardly been reconciled. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the potential relationships between cognitive deficit (using the Wisconsin C...
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Maltreatment experiences alter brain development associated with emotion processing, and dysregulation of emotion may trigger mental health problems in maltreated people. However, studies revealing alterations in brain networks during cognitive reappraisal in victims of maltreatment are strikingly insufficient. In this study, 27 healthy subjects we...
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Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is defined as an intermediate state of cognitive alteration between normal aging and dementia. In this study, we performed a functional network connectivity analysis using resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate the association between changes in functional connectivity in the brain and the...

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... Comcog is a computerized cognitive rehabilitation program that is still actively used in various diseases such as stroke, TBI, mild cognitive impairment, and autism spectrum disorder. [22][23][24][25][26] ...
... In 60-172 ms, the left inferior parietal lobe demonstrated higher significant activations during cognitive reappraisal, which was in line with previous studies. In the fMRI study by Lee et al. (2021), it was found that cognitive reappraisal induced higher activities in the bilateral inferior parietal lobes compared to the condition of "look." The inferior parietal lobe was also identified in the downregulation of negative emotion compared with just looking (Ochsner et al., 2004). ...