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Morten L. Kringelbach

Professor Morten L. Kringelbach, D.Phil., is the director of the Hedonia: TrygFonden Research Group. He is Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow at Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford and Professor of Neuroscience at Aarhus University , Denmark, as well as Senior Research Fellow at The Queen's College, University of Oxford.

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Kringelbach M.L. & Phillips, H. (2014) Emotion. Pleasure and pain in the brain. Oxford University Press.
Preston S., Kringelbach M.L. & Knutson B., eds. (2014) The Interdisciplinary Science of Consumption. MIT Press.
Østergaard L., Bjarkam C., Kringelbach M.L. et al. (2014) Hjernen. Systime.
Kringelbach M.L. & Berridge, K.C., eds. (2010) Pleasures of the brain. Oxford University Press.
Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L & Salmelin R., eds. (2010) MEG: an introduction to methods. Oxford University Press.
Cornelissen P.L., Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L & Pugh K, eds. (2010) The neural basis of reading. Oxford University Press.
Kringelbach M.L (2009) The pleasure center. Trust your animal instincts. Oxford University Press.
Kringelbach M.L. (2008) Den nydelsesfulde hjerne. Nydelsens og begærets mange ansigter. Gyldendal.
Kringelbach M.L. (2008) Njótingarsami Heilin (transl P.Nielsen) Thorshavn: Ítriv.
Kringelbach M.L. (2004) Hjernerum. Den følelsesfulde hjerne. People'sPress.
Kringelbach M.L. (2002) DG: Centres of Excellence i 10 år. (2 vols). Danish National Research Foundation.
Kringelbach M.L. (2001) 9 nye centre. Danish National Research Foundation.

Kringelbach M.L. (2001) The Functional Neuroanatomy of Emotion. Oxford University.
Scientific publications
2015 Berridge K.C. & Kringelbach M.L. (2015) Pleasure systems in the brain. Neuron, in press.
Kringelbach M.L. (2015) The pleasure of food: underlying brain mechanisms of eating and other pleasures. Flavour 4:20.
Rømer Thomsen K., Whybrow P. & Kringelbach M.L. (2015) Reconceptualising anhedonia: novel perspectives on balancing the pleasure networks in the human brain. Frontiers in Behavioural neuroscience 9:49.
Young K.S., Parsons C.E., Stein A., Kringelbach M.L. (2015) Motion and emotion: depression reduces psychomotor performance and alters affective movements in caregiving interactions. Frontiers in Behavioural neuroscience 9:26.
Fjaeldstad A, Kjaergaard T, Van-Hartevelt T.J., Møller A., Kringelbach M.L., Ovesen T. (2015) Olfactory screening: validation of Sniffin' Sticks in Denmark. Clinical Otolaryngology, in press
Fernandes H.M., Van Hartevelt T.J., Boccard S.G.J., Owen S.L.F., Cabral J., Deco G., Green A.L., FitzGerald J.J. Aziz T.Z. & Kringelbach M.L. (2014) Novel fingerprinting method characterizes the necessary and sufficient structural connectivity from deep brain stimulation electrodes for a successful outcome. New Journal of Physics 17: 015001.
Hindriks R., Woolrich M.W., Luckhoo H., Joensson M., Mohseni H., Kringelbach M.L. & Deco G. (2015) Large-scale anatomical pathways shape resting-state alpha oscillations in the human brain. Neuroimage, 106:328-39. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.10.057.
Kringelbach M.L. (2015) A balanced mind: a network perspective on mood and motivation brain pathways. In Brain stimulation: methodologies and interventions (ed. Reti I.M.). Wiley, in press.
Georgiadis J. & Kringelbach M.L. (2015) Intimacy and the brain: lessons from genital and sexual touch. In Affective touch (H. Olausson, J. Wessberg, I. Morrison, and F. McGlone, eds), Springer, in press.
Deco G. & Kringelbach M.L. (2014) Great expectations: using whole-brain computational connectomics for understanding neuropsychiatric disorders. Neuron, 84(3): 892-905.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Jegindø E.-M., Vuust P., Stein A., Kringelbach M.L. (2014) Musical training and empathy positively impact adults' sensitivity to infant distress. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1440. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01440
Kringelbach M.L. & DiPerna L. (2014) Pleasures of art. Trends in Cognitive Science, 18(9):449-50.
Parsons C.E, Young K.S., Craske M.G., Stein A. & Kringelbach M.L. (2014) Introducing the Oxford Vocal (OxVoc) Sounds Database: A validated set of non-acted affective sounds from human infants, adults and domestic animals. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:562. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00562.
Stevner A. & Kringelbach M.L. (2014) Nydelsens neurobiologi. Kognition & Pædagogik, 24(93): 18-31.
Bhandari R, van der Veen R, Parsons CE, Young KS, Voorthuis A, Bakermans-Kranenburg MJ, Stein A, Kringelbach ML, van IJzendoorn MH (2014) Effects of intranasal oxytocin administration on memory for infant cues: Moderation by childhood emotional maltreatment. Social neuroscience 9(5):536-547.
Bhandari R., Bakermans-Kranenburg M.J., Veen R., Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Grewen K.M., Stein A., Kringelbach M.L. & IJzendoorn M.H. (2014) Salivary oxytocin mediates the association between emotional maltreatment and responses to emotional infant faces, Physiology and Behaviour, 131: 123-128.
Witek M.A.G., Clarke E., Kringelbach M.L. & Vuust P. (2014) Effects of polyphonic context, instrumentation and metrical location on syncopation in music. Music Perception 32:(2), 201-217.
Witek M. A. G., Clarke E., Wallentin M., Kringelbach M.L. & Vuust P. (2014) Syncopation, body-movement and pleasure in Groove Music. PLoS ONE, 9(4): e94446.
Boccard SGJ, FitzGerald JJ, Pereira EAC, Moir L, Van Hartevelt T.J, Kringelbach M.L., Green AL, Aziz TZ (2014) Targeting the Affective Component of Chronic Pain: A Case Series of Deep Brain Stimulation of the Anterior Cingulate Cortex. Neurosurgery, 74(6):628-635.
Nakagawa T.T., Luckhoo H., Woolrich M.W., Joensson M., Mohseni H., Kringelbach M.L., Jirsa V., Deco G. (2014) How delays matter in an oscillatory whole-brain spiking-neuron model for MEG rhythms at rest. Neuroimage, 87:383-94.
Mohseni H.R., Kringelbach M.L., Woolrich M.W., Baker A., Aziz T.Z. & Probert-Smith P. (2014) Non-Gaussian probabilistic MEG source localisation based on kernel density estimation. Neuroimage, 87:444-64.
Kringelbach M.L. (2014) Balancing consumption: brain insights from the cyclical nature of pleasure. In The Interdisciplinary Science of Consumption (eds. Preston S, Kringelbach M.L. & Knutson B.), MIT Press.
Preston S, Kringelbach M.L. & Knutson, B. (2014) Towards an interdisciplinary science of consumption. In The Interdisciplinary Science of Consumption (eds. Preston S, Kringelbach M.L. & Knutson B.), MIT Press.
Kringelbach M.L. and Berridge K.C. (2014) Brain mechanisms of pleasure: the core affect component of emotion. In The Psychological Construction of Emotion (eds. Barrett LF & Russell J), New York: Guildford, in press.
Van Hartevelt, T.J., Cabral J., Deco G., Møller A., Green A.L., Aziz T.Z. & Kringelbach M.L. (2014) Neural plasticity in human brain connectivity: the effects of long term deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in Parkinson's Disease. PLoSONE, 9(1): e86496.
Van Hartevelt, T.J. & Kringelbach M.L. (2014) The olfactory cortex. In Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference (Arthur W. Toga ed.), Elsevier, in press.
Cabral J., Kringelbach M.L. & Deco G. (2014) Exploring network dynamics underlying brain activity during rest. Progress in Neurobiology, 90:423-35.
Cabral J., Luckhoo H., Woolrich M.W., Joensson M., Mohseni H.R., Baker A., Kringelbach M.L., Deco G. (2014) Exploring mechanisms of spontaneous MEG functional connectivity: How delayed network interactions lead to structured amplitude envelopes of band-pass filtered oscillations. Neuroimage, 90:423-35.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Bhandari R., IJzendoorn M., Bakermans-Kranenburg M.J. Stein A., Kringelbach M.L. (2014) The Bonnie baby: experimentally manipulated temperament affects perceived cuteness and motivation to view infant faces. Developmental Science, 17(2): 257-69.
Boccard SGJ, Pereira EAC, Moir L, Van Hartevelt T.J, Kringelbach M.L., FitzGerald JJ, Baker IW, Green AL, Aziz TZ (2014) Deep brain stimulation of the anterior cingulate cortex: targeting the affective component in the management of chronic pain. Neuroreport, 25(2):83-8.
Cabral J., Fernandes H.M., Van Hartevelt, T.J., James A.C., Kringelbach M.L., Deco G. (2013) Altered structural connectivity in schizophrenia and its impact on spontaneous functional networks. Chaos, 23: 046111.
Parsons C.E, Stark E.A., Young K.S., Stein A. & Kringelbach M.L. (2013) Understanding the human parental brain: a critical role of the orbitofrontal cortex. Social Neuroscience, 8(6): 525-43.
Mohseni H.R., Kringelbach M.L., Woolrich M.W., Aziz T.Z. & Probert-Smith P. (2013) A new approach to the fusion of EEG and MEG signals using the LCMV beamformer. ICASSP, 1202-6.
Mohseni H.R., Kringelbach M.L., Woolrich M.W., Aziz T.Z. & Probert-Smith P. (2013) A Non-Gaussian LCMV beamformer for MEG Source Reconstruction. ICASSP, 1247-51.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Joensson M., Brattico E., Hyam J.A., Stein A., Green A.L., Aziz, T.Z., Kringelbach M.L. (2013) Ready for action: A role for the brainstem in responding to infant vocalizations. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, doi: 10.1093/scan/nst076.
Callesen M.B., Scheel-Krüger J., Kringelbach M.L. & Møller A. (2013) A systematic review of impulse control disorders in Parkinson's Disease. Journal of Parkinson's Disease, 3:105-138.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Mohseni H., Woolrich M.W., Rømer Thomsen K., Joensson M., Murray L., Goodacre T., Stein A., Kringelbach M.L. (2013) Minor structural abnormalities in the infant face disrupt neural processing: a unique window into early caregiving responses. Social Neuroscience, 8(4):268-74. doi:10.1080/17470919.2013.795189
Rømer Thomsen K., Joensson M., Lou H. C. Møller A., Gross J., Kringelbach M.L. & Changeux J.P. (2013) Altered paralimbic interaction in behavioral addiction. PNAS, 110(12):4744-9.
Berridge K.C. & Kringelbach M.L. (2013) Neuroscience of affect: Brain mechanisms of pleasure and displeasure. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 23(3):294-303. doi:S0959-4388(13)00033-0.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S. & Kringelbach M.L. (2013) Neuroanatomy of pleasure and emotion. In The Neuropsychology of Psychopathology. (Noggle C.A. & Dean R.S., eds.) Springer Press, pp. 29-56.
Berridge K.C. & Kringelbach M.L. (2013) Towards a neuroscience of well-being - implications of insights from pleasure research. In Human Happiness and the Pursuit of Maximization (Delhey J. & Brockmann H. eds.) Springer Press, pp. 81-100.
2012 Gebauer L., Kringelbach M.L. & Vuust P. (2012) Ever-changing cycles of musical pleasure: The role of dopamine and anticipation. Psychomusicology, Music, Mind & Brain, 22(2), 152-167.
Georgiadis J., Kringelbach M.L. & Pfaus J.G. (2012) Sex for fun: a synthesis of human and animal neurobiology. Nature Reviews Urology, 9(9): 486-498. doi:10.1038/nrurol.2012.151.
Kringelbach M.L. & Berridge K.C. (2012) The joyful mind. Scientific American, 307(2):40-45.
Georgiadis J. & Kringelbach M.L. (2012) The human sexual response cycle: brain imaging evidence linking sex to other pleasures. Progress in Neurobiology, 98(1): 49-81.
Cabral J., Hugues E., Kringelbach M.L. & Deco G. (2012) Modeling the outcome of structural disconnection on resting-state functional connectivity. Neuroimage, 62(3):1342-1353.
Hyam J.A., Kringelbach M.L., Silburn P., Aziz T.Z. & Green A.L. (2012) The autonomic effects of deep brain stimulation - a therapeutic opportunity. Nature Reviews Neurology, 8(7):391-400.
Mohseni H.R., Probert Smith P., Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Hyam J.A., Stein A., Stein J.F., Green A.L., Aziz T.Z. & Kringelbach M.L. (2012) MEG can map short and long-term changes in brain activity following deep brain stimulation for chronic pain. PLoS ONE, 7(6):e37993.
Young K.S., Parsons C.E., Stein A, Kringelbach M.L. (2012) Interpreting infant vocal distress: the ameliorative effect of musical training in depression. Emotion, 12(6):1200-5. doi: 10.1037/a0028705.
Kringelbach M.L., Stein A. & Van Hartevelt T.J. (2012) The functional human neuroanatomy of food pleasure cycles. Physiology and Behaviour 106:307-316.
Mohseni H.R., Woolrich M.W., Kringelbach M.L., Luckhoo H., Probert Smith P. & Aziz T.Z. (2012) Fusion of magnetometer and gradiometer sensors of MEG in the presence of multiplicative error. IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 59(7): 1951-1961.
Kringelbach M.L. (2012) The functional neuroanatomy of emotion and hedonic processing. In Neuroscience in the 21st Century. (Pfaff D, ed.) Springer Press, pp. 1335-63.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Parsons E., Stein A., Kringelbach M.L. (2012) Listening to infant distress vocalisations enhances effortful motor performance. Acta Paediatrica, 101(4):e189-91.
Cabral J., Kringelbach M.L. & Deco G. (2012) Functional graph alterations in schizophrenia: a result from a global anatomical decoupling? Phamacopsychiatry, 45:S1-9.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Rochat T, Kringelbach M.L, Stein A. (2012) Postnatal depression and its effects on child development: a review of evidence from low and middle income countries, British Medical Bulletin, 101(4):e189-91.
Hyam J.A., Owen S.L.F., Kringelbach M.L., Jenkinson N., Stein J.F., Green A.L. & Aziz T.Z. (2012) Contrasting connectivity of the VIM and VOP nuclei of the motor thalamus demonstrated by probabilistic tractography. Neurosurgery, 70(1):162-169.
Van Hartevelt, T.J. & Kringelbach M.L. (2012) The olfactory system. In The Human Nervous System. 3rd Ed. (Mai, J. & Paxinos, G., eds), Elsevier, pp. 1219-1238.
Kringelbach M.L. & Aziz, T.Z. (2011) Neuroethical principles of deep brain stimulation. World of Neurosurgery, 76(6): 518-9.
Lou H.C., Joensson M., Kringelbach M.L. (2011) Yoga lessons for consciousness research: a paralimbic network balancing brain resource allocation. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:366.
Mohseni H.R., Kringelbach M.L., Woolrich M.W., Smith P.P. & Aziz T.Z. (2011) A fast solution to robust minimum variance beamformer and application to simultaneous MEG and local field potential. ICASSP, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing - Proceedings , 545-548.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Parsons E, Dean A, Murray L, Goodacre T, Dalton L, Stein A, Kringelbach M.L. (2011) The impact of cleft lip on adults' responses to faces: cross-species findings, PLoS ONE 6(10): e25897.
Berridge K.C. & Kringelbach M.L. (2011) Building a neuroscience of pleasure and well-being. Psychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice, 1:3.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Kumari N., Stein A. & Kringelbach M.L. (2011) The motivational salience of infant faces is similar for men and women. PLoS ONE, 6(5): e20632.
Kringelbach M.L., Green, A.L. & Aziz, T.Z. (2011) Balancing the brain: resting state networks and deep brain stimulation. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 5:8.
Rømer Thomsen K., Lou H.C., Jønsson M., Hyam J.A., Holland, P., Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Møller A., Stein A., Green A.L., Kringelbach M.L. & Aziz T.Z. (2011) Impact of emotion on consciousness: Positive stimuli enhance conscious reportability. PLoS ONE 6(1): e18686.
Kringelbach M.L. & Berridge K.C. (2011) The neurobiology of pleasure and happiness. In Oxford Handbook of Neuroethics (Illes J. & Sahakian B.J., eds), Oxford University Press, pp. 15-32.
Kringelbach M.L., Green A.L., Owen S.L.F., Schweder P.M. & Aziz T.Z. (2010) Sing the mind electric: principles of deep brain stimulation. European Journal of Neuroscience, 32(7):1070-9.
Kringelbach M.L. (2010) Finding pleasure in childhood. Nature, 467:918-9.
Parsons C.E., Young K.S., Murray L., Stein A. & Kringelbach M.L. (2010) The functional neuroanatomy of the evolving parent-infant relationship. Progress in Neurobiology, 91: 220-241.
Kringelbach M.L. & Stein A. (2010) Cortical mechanisms of human eating. Forum Nutr. 63: 164-175.
Kringelbach M.L. & Berridge K.C. (2010) The neuroscience of happiness and pleasure. Social Research, 77:659-678.
Vuust P. & Kringelbach M.L. (2010) The pleasure of making sense of music. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 35(2):168-85.
Kringelbach M.L. & Berridge K.C. (2010) The functional neuroanatomy of pleasure and happiness. Discovery Medicine, 9(49): 579-87.
Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L. & Salmelin R. (2010) Introduction to MEG. In MEG. An introduction to methods (Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L & Salmelin R, eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. vii-x.
Kringelbach M.L., Hansen P.C., Green A.L. & Aziz T.Z. (2010) Using magnetoencephalography to elucidate the principles of deep brain stimulation. In MEG. An introduction to methods (Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L & Salmelin R, eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 403-423.
Cornelissen P.L., Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L. & Pugh K. (2010) Introduction. In The neural basis of reading (Cornelissen P.L., Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L & Pugh K, eds.), Oxford University Press, pp ix-xii.
Cornelissen P.L., Kringelbach M.L. & Hansen P.C. (2010) Visual word recognition, the first 500 millliseconds. Recent insights from MEG. In The neural basis of reading (Cornelissen P.L., Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L & Pugh K, eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 192-222.
Kringelbach M.L. & Rømer Thomsen K. (2010) Colourful pleasures of the brain. In Colour in Art (Crenzien H. ed.), Louisiana/Dumont, pp. 106-113.
Kringelbach M.L. and Berridge K.C. (2010) Introduction: the many faces of pleasure. In Pleasures of the brain (Kringelbach M.L & Berridge K.C., eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 3-6.
Kringelbach M.L. (2010) The hedonic brain: a functional neuroanatomy of human pleasure. In Pleasures of the brain (Kringelbach M.L & Berridge K.C., eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 202-221.
Kringelbach, M. L.(2010) Short Answers to Fundamental Questions about Pleasure. In Pleasures of the Brain (Kringelbach M.L & Berridge K.C., eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 7-23.
Vuust P. & Kringelbach M.L. (2010) The pleasure of music. In Pleasures of the brain (Kringelbach M.L & Berridge K.C., eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 255-269.
Kringelbach M.L. & Berridge K.C. (2009) Towards a functional neuroanatomy of pleasure and happiness. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 13(11): 479-487.
Kringelbach M.L. & Aziz T.Z. (2009) Deep brain stimulation: Avoiding the errors of psychosurgery. JAMA, 301(16): 1705-1707.
Rømer Thomsen K., Callesen M.B, Linnet J., Kringelbach M.L. & Møller A. (2009) Severity of gambling is associated with severity of depressive symptoms in pathological gamblers. Behavioral Pharmacology, 20:527-536.
Kringelbach M.L., Pereira E.A.C., Green A.L., Owen S.L.F. & Aziz T.Z. (2009) Deep brain stimulation for chronic pain. Journal of Pain Management, 3: 301-314.
Kringelbach M.L., Green A.L., Pereira E.A.C., Owen S.L.F. & Aziz T.Z. (2009) Deep brain stimulation. The Biologist, 56:144-148.
Kringelbach M.L. & Fejerskov O. (2009) Indsigt og udsyn: et internationalt perspektiv på fremtidens danske universitet. In Fremtidens Universitet (Sander H., ed.). Gyldendal.
Cornelissen P.L., Kringelbach M.L., Ellis A.W., Whitney C. Holliday I.E. & Hansen P.C. (2009) Activation of the left inferior frontal gyrus (pars opercularis) in the first 200 msec of reading: evidence from magnetoencephalography (MEG). PLoS ONE, 4(4): e5359. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005359.
Kringelbach M.L. (2009) Neural basis of mental representations of motivation, emotion and pleasure. In Handbook of Neuroscience for the Behavioral Sciences (Berntson G. G. & Cacioppo J.T., eds), New York: John Wiley and sons, pp. 807-28.
Grover P.J., Pereira E.A.C., Green A.L., Brittain J.-S., Owen S.L.F., Schweder P., Kringelbach M.L., Davies P.T. & Aziz T.Z. (2009) Deep brain stimulation for cluster headache. JOCN, 16:861-866.
Green A.L., Wang S., Stein J.F., Pereira E.A.C., Kringelbach M.L., Liu X, Brittain J.-S., Aziz T.Z. (2009) Neural signatures in patients with neuropathic pain. Neurology, 72:569-71.
Ray N.J., Jenkinson N., Kringelbach M.L., Hansen P.C., Pereira E., Brittain J.-S., Holland P., Holliday I.E., Owen S.L.F., Stein J. F. & Aziz T.Z. (2009) Abnormal thalamocortical dynamics may be altered by deep brain stimulation (DBS): using magnetoencephalography to study DBS for phantom limb pain. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience , 16:32-36.
Kalbitzer J., Frokjaer V.G., Erritzoe D., Svarer C., Cumming P, Nielsen F.A., Hashemi S.H., Sayed H., Baaré W.F.C., Madsen J., Hasselbalch S.G., Kringelbach M.L., Mortensen E.L. & Knudsen G.M. (2009) The personality trait openness is related to cerebral 5-HTT levels. Neuroimage, 45:280-5. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2008.12.001.
Kringelbach M.L. & Aziz T.Z. (2008) Sparking recovery with brain “pacemakers”. Scientific American Mind, 6:36-43.
Kringelbach M.L., Vuust P. & Geake J. (2008) The pleasure of reading. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 33.4, 321-335.
Kringelbach M.L., Lehtonen A., Squire, S., Harvey A.G., Craske M.G., Holliday I.E., Green A.L., Aziz T.Z., Hansen P.C., Cornelissen P.L. & Stein A. (2008) A specific and rapid neural signature for parental instinct. PLoS ONE 3(2), e1664.
Berridge K.C. & Kringelbach M.L. (2008) Affective neuroscience of pleasure: Reward in humans and other animals. Psychopharmacology 199, 457-80.
Owen S.L.F., Heath J, Kringelbach M.L., Green A.L., Periera E.A.C., Jenkinson N., Jegan T., Stein J.F. & Aziz T.Z. (2008) Pre-operative DTI and probabilistic tractography in four patients with deep brain stimulation for chronic pain. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 15:801-5.
Kringelbach M.L., Jenkinson N., Owen S.L.F. & Aziz T.Z. (2007) Translational principles of deep brain stimulation. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 8:623-635.
Kringelbach M.L., Owen S.L.F. & Aziz T.Z. (2007) Deep brain stimulation. Future Neurology, 2:633-46.
Owen S.L.F., Heath J., Kringelbach M.L., Stein J.F., Aziz T.Z. (2007) Pre-operative DTI and probabilistic tractography in an amputee with deep brain stimulation for lower stump pain: current status. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 21:485-490.
Kringelbach M.L. (2007) Emotion, feelings and hedonics in the human brain. In The Emotions: a cultural reader (H. Wulff, ed.) Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 37-60.
Kringelbach M.L. (2007) Orbitofrontal cortex: Emotioner og følelser i menneskehjernen. In Følelser og kognition (M. Skov & T. Wiben, eds.) Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, pp. 77-104.
Geake J. & Kringelbach M.L. (2007) Imaging imagination: brain scanning of the imagined future. In Proceedings of the British Academy, 147: 307-326.
Muthusamy K.A., Aravamuthan B.R., Kringelbach M.L., Jenkinson, N., Voets N.L., Johansen-Berg H., Stein J. F., Aziz T.Z. (2007) Connectivity of the human Pedunculopontine nucleus region (PPN) and diffusion tensor imaging in surgical targeting. Journal of Neurosurgery, 107:814-820.
De Pennington N., Cattrell A., Ray N., Jenkinson N.W., Aziz T.Z., Kringelbach M.L. (2007) Neuroimaging of sensory and affective experience in the human brain. CoDesign, 3:45-55.
Ray N.J, Kringelbach M.L, Jenkinson N., Owen S.L.F., Davies P., Wang S., De Pennington N., Hansen P.C., Stein J, Aziz T.Z. (2007) Using magnetoencephalography to investigate high frequency deep brain stimulation in a cluster headache patient. Biij, 3(1):e25.
Kringelbach M.L., Jenkinson N., Green A.L., Owen S.L.F., Hansen P.C., Cornelissen P.L., Holliday I.E., Stein J., Aziz T.Z. (2007) Deep brain stimulation for chronic pain investigated with magnetoencephalography. NeuroReport, 8(3):223-228.
Kringelbach M.L. (2006) Cortical systems involved in appetite and food consumption. In Appetite and body weight: integrative systems and the development of anti-obesity drugs (Cooper S.J. & Kirkham T. C., eds) London: Elsevier, pp. 5-26.
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Kringelbach M.L. (2006) Hjernerum – læring, motivation og emotion. In Innovation og aflæring (Pauli Nielsen, ed.), pp 18-48.
Kringelbach M.L. (2005) The human orbitofrontal cortex: linking reward to hedonic experience. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 6:691-702.
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Kringelbach M.L. (2005) Fra sans til samling: Følelsernes rationalitet. [Emotion, feelings and rationality]. Kritik, 174:11-21.
Pammer K., Hansen P.C., Kringelbach M.L., Holliday I.E., Barnes G., Hillebrand A., Singh K.D. & Cornelissen P.L. (2004) Visual word recognition: the first half second, Neuroimage, 22(4):1819-1825.
Kringelbach M.L. (2004) Food for thought: hedonic experience beyond homeostasis in the human brain, Neuroscience, 126:807-819.
Kringelbach M.L. (2004) Emotion. In The Oxford Companion to the Mind 2nd edition (R.L. Gregory, ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 287-290.
Kringelbach M.L. & Rolls E.T. (2004) The functional neuroanatomy of the human orbitofrontal cortex: evidence from neuroimaging and neuropsychology , Progress in Neurobiology, 72:341-72.
Kringelbach M.L. (2004) Learning to change, PLoS Biology, 2(5): 577-579.
Kringelbach M.L., de Araujo I.E.T. & Rolls E.T. (2004) Taste-related activity in the human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, Neuroimage, 21(2):781-788.
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O’Doherty J., Rolls E.T. & Kringelbach M.L. (2004) Neuroimaging studies of crossmodal integration for emotion. In Handbook of Multisensory Processing (G. Calvert, C. Spence & B. Stein eds.) Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp. 563-579.
Völlm B., de Araujo I.E.T., Cowen P., Rolls E.T., Kringelbach M.L., Smith K.A., Jezzard P., Heal R.J. & Matthews P. (2004) Methamphetamine activates reward circuitry in drug naïve human subjects, Neuropsychopharmacology, 29:1715-1722.
Kringelbach M.L. & Rolls E.T. (2003) Neural correlates of rapid context-dependent reversal learning in a simple model of human social interaction, Neuroimage, 20(2):1371-1383.
Kringelbach M.L., O’Doherty J., Rolls E.T. & Andrews C. (2003) Activation of the human orbitofrontal cortex to a liquid food stimulus is correlated with its subjective pleasantness, Cerebral Cortex, 13(10): 1064-1071.
De Araujo I.E.T., Rolls E.T., Kringelbach M.L., McGlone F. & Phillips N. (2003) Taste-olfactory convergence, and the representation of the pleasantness of flavour, in the human brain, European Journal of Neuroscience, 18:2059-2068.
De Araujo I.E.T., Kringelbach M.L., Rolls E.T. & McGlone, F. (2003) Human cortical responses to water in the mouth, and the effects of thirst, Journal of Neurophysiology, 90: 1865-1876.
De Araujo I.E.T., Kringelbach M.L., Rolls E.T. & Hobden, P. (2003) The representation of umami taste in the human brain, Journal of Neurophysiology, 90:313-319.
Rolls E.T., Kringelbach M.L. & de Araujo I.E.T. (2003) Different representations of pleasant and unpleasant odours in the human brain, European Journal of Neuroscience, 18:695-703.
Rolls E.T., O’Doherty J., Kringelbach M.L., Francis S., Bowtell S. & McGlone F. (2003) Pleasant and painful touch are represented in the human orbitofrontal and cingulate cortices, Cerebral Cortex, 13: 308-317
Wilson J., Jenkinson M., Araujo I., Kringelbach M.L., Rolls E.T. & Jezzard P. (2002) Fast, fully automated global and local magnetic field optimisation for fMRI of the human brain, Neuro­image, 17: 967-976.
O’Doherty J., Kringelbach M.L., Rolls E.T., Hornak J. & Andrews C. (2001) Abstract Reward and Punishment Representations in the Human Orbitofrontal Cortex, Nature Neuroscience, 4(1):95-102.
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Kringelbach M.L. (2000) Review: Injured brains of medical minds. Views from Within, Neuropsychologia, 38:525-6.
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Kringelbach M.L. (1998) Guernica and the brain [Hjernens Guernica], Naturens Verden, 10: 402-405.
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Kringelbach M.L. & Engell A. (1997) Early development and plasticity in the brain, Psyke & Logos, 18:266-86.
Science writing
Around 100 published articles in Danish, English and international newspapers and magazines on science and related topics.