We’re really excited that the current cover of AoN was made with Lead-DBS. It shows pallidal and thalamic electrodes simultaneously implanted in a patient suffering from Tourette’s Syndrom and the picture is part of an electrophysiological Berlin-Hannover study spearheaded by Wolf-Julian Neumann and led by Andrea Kühn. It is the sixth coverart made with Lead-DBS that we know of – a gallery can be found here.
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We just published a new study spearheaded by R. Ryan Darby that used the Lesion Network Mapping approach developed by Michael Fox to analyse lesion induced criminal behavior.
Findings show that lesions leading to criminal behavior are connected to a common brain network. This criminality-associated connectivity pattern was unique compared with lesions causing four other neuropsychiatric syndromes.