Personality neuroimaging

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Personality neuroimaging is the scientific field that investigate the link between personality and the brain using neuroimaging techniques. Often personality inventories, such as NEO PI-R, are used to quantify the personality with scores on personality traits.

Personality neuroimaging is shortly reviewed by Martha J. Farah in The cognitive neurosciences III (page 1310). Another review is Neuroimaging of emotion and personality: scientific evidence and ethical considerations from 2002

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[edit] Neuroreceptor mapping

  1. Aggression is related to frontal serotonin-1A receptor distribution as revealed by PET in healthy subjects
  2. Brain monoamine oxidase A activity predicts trait aggression
  3. Dopamine D2 receptors in the insular cortex and the personality trait of novelty seeking
  4. Frontolimbic serotonin 2A receptor binding in healthy subjects is associated with personality risk factors for affective disorder
  5. In vivo serotonin 5HT(2A) receptor binding and personality traits in healthy subjects: a positron emission tomography study
  6. Insular dopamine D2 receptors and novelty seeking personality in Parkinson's disease
  7. Inverted-U-shaped correlation between dopamine receptor availability in striatum and sensation seeking
  8. Personality traits and striatal 6-(18F)fluoro-L-dopa uptake in healthy elderly subjects
  9. Relation among dopamine D2 receptor binding, obesity and personality in normal human subjects
  10. Relationship of monoamine oxidase A binding to adaptive and maladaptive personality traits
  11. Serotonin and dopamine transporters in relation to neuropsychological functioning, personality traits and mood in young adult healthy subjects
  12. The association between the harm avoidance subscale of the Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire and serotonin transporter availability in the brainstem of male volunteers
  13. The serotonin system and spiritual experiences
  14. The personality trait openness is related to cerebral 5-HTT levels

[edit] Nonhuman

  1. Molecular brain imaging of personality traits in nonhuman primates: a study of the common marmoset

[edit] Cerebral blood flow and metabolism

  1. Cerebral blood flow and personality: a positron emission tomography study
  2. Correlation between human personality and neural activity in cerebral cortex
  3. Extraversion, neuroticism and brain function: a pet study of personality
  4. Personality and regional cerebral blood flow
  5. Personality factors correlate with regional cerebral perfusion
  6. Regional brain cerebral glucose metabolism and temperament: a positron emission tomography study
  7. Regional cerebral brain metabolism correlates of neuroticism and extraversion
  8. Relationship between personality trait and regional cerebral glucose metabolism assessed with positron emission tomography
  9. Resting brain metabolic correlates of neuroticism and extraversion in young men

[edit] Sex difference

  1. Gender difference in relationship between anxiety-related personality traits and cerebral brain glucose metabolism
  2. Sex differences in resting-state neural correlates of openness to experience among older adults

[edit] Cognitive functional neuroimaging (interaction with personality)

  1. An fMRI study of personality influences on brain reactivity to emotional stimuli
  2. Personality differences in neural processing effficiency confirmed using fMRI

[edit] Brain volume

  1. Anatomical variability of the anterior cingulate gyrus and basic dimensions of human personality
  2. Exploring the relationship between personality and regional brain volume in healthy aging

[edit] Cortical thickness

  1. Neuroanatomical correlates of extraversion and neuroticism
  2. Neuroanatomical correlates of personality in the elderly
  3. Orbitofrontal thickness, retention of fear extinction, and extraversion

[edit] Voxel-based morphometry

  1. Amygdala gray matter concentration is associated with extraversion and neuroticism
  2. Gender-common and -specific neuroanatomical basis of human anxiety-related personality traits
  3. Mapping brain structure and personality in late adulthood
  4. Neural correlates of anxiety in healthy volunteers: a voxel-based morphometry study
  5. Testing predictions from personality neuroscience: brain structure and the Big Five
  6. Volume of left amygdala subregion predicted temperamental trait of harm avoidance in female young subjects. a voxel-based morphometry study

[edit] Animals

  1. Molecular brain imaging of personality traits in nonhuman primates: a study of the common marmoset

[edit] Unclassified

  1. Individual differences in personality traits reflect structural variance in specific brain regions
  2. Personality influences limbic-cortical interactions during sad mood induction

[edit] References

  1. R. J. Haier, (2004) "Brain imaging studies of personality: the slow revolution", in R. M. Stelmack On the psychobiology of personality, Elsevier pages 329-340.
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