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Abstract #1673

Gender related peculiarities of amygdala deactivation during movements

Oleksii Omelchenko1, Zinayida Rozhkova2, and Mykola Makarchuk1

1Human and Animal Physiology, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2Medical Clinic BORIS, Kyiv, Ukraine

Men and women might display distinct characteristics of functional organization of neurocognitive brain networks. Considering gender-specific brain functioning under language, emotional and memory tasks execution, we propose fMRI visualization of the brain activated by a movement task for estimation of gender specific motor brain network peculiarities. New evidence for gender related differences in amygdala function was found. Results also give us background for further subdivision of the fMRI normative basis from which we investigate functional brain changes in patients’ population.

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