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 Buhle et al.(in press) Common representation of pain and negative emotion in the midbrain periaqueductal gray, SCAN {{::​soc_cogn_affect_neurosci-2012-buhle-scan_nss038_1_.pdf|}}\\ Buhle et al.(in press) Common representation of pain and negative emotion in the midbrain periaqueductal gray, SCAN {{::​soc_cogn_affect_neurosci-2012-buhle-scan_nss038_1_.pdf|}}\\
 Benarroch, E. E. (2012). Periaqueductal gray: an interface for behavioral control. Neurology, 78(3), 210-7. {{::​neurology-2012-benarroch-210-7.pdf|}}\\ Benarroch, E. E. (2012). Periaqueductal gray: an interface for behavioral control. Neurology, 78(3), 210-7. {{::​neurology-2012-benarroch-210-7.pdf|}}\\
-Kong, J., Tu, P.-chi, Zyloney, C., & Su, T.-ping. (2010). Intrinsic functional connectivity of the periaqueductal gray, a resting fMRI study. Behavioural brain research, 211(2), 215-9. {{::​1-s2.0-s0166432810002287-main.pdf|}}\\+Kong, J., Tu, P.-chi, Zyloney, C., & Su, T.-ping. (2010). Intrinsic functional connectivity of the periaqueductal gray, a resting fMRI study. Behavioural brain research, 211(2), 215-9. {{::​1-s2.0-s0166432810002287-main.pdf|}}\\
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