Case Studies in Neuroscience: The electrophysiology of a human obsession in nucleus accumbens
- These are the data and code described in the manuscript: “Case Studies in Neuroscience: The electrophysiology of a human obsession in nucleus accumbens”, by Kai J. Miller, Thomas Prieto, Nolan R. Williams, Casey H. Halpern. Please see the “Read_Me.pdf” file in the enclosed zipped directory for a complete description for how to use the data and code contained within. The Supplemental figures are in the file "kjm_OCD_toothbrush_Supplement_v11.pdf". The current manuscript describing the work is the file "kjm_OCD_toothbrush_v17.pdf". The two videos "kjm_NAc_OCD_merged..." are full and abridged videos showing provocation of a compulsive fear with the patient.
|Type of resource
|Miller, Kai Joshua
|Halpern, Casey H
|obsessive compulsive disorder
|deep brain stimulation
|Miller, Kai J. and Prieto, Thomas, and Williams, Nolan R., and Halpern, Casey H. 2019. Case studies in neuroscience: the electrophysiology of a human obsession in nucleus accumbens. Journal of Neurophysiology. https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.00096.2019
- Use and reproduction
- User agrees that, where applicable, content will not be used to identify or to otherwise infringe the privacy or confidentiality rights of individuals. Content distributed via the Stanford Digital Repository may be subject to additional license and use restrictions applied by the depositor.
- This work is licensed under an Open Data Commons Attribution License v1.0.
- Preferred Citation
- "Case Studies in Neuroscience: The electrophysiology of a human obsession in nucleus accumbens", by Kai J. Miller, Thomas Prieto, Nolan R. Williams, Casey H. Halpern, Journal of Neurophysiology
Stanford Research DataView other items in this collection in SearchWorks
Also listed in
Loading usage metrics...