Publications of Jean-Pierre Olié

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Marion Plaze, Jean-François Mangin, Marie-Laure Paillère-Martinot, Eric Artiges, Jean-Pierre Olié, Marie-Odile Krebs, Raphaël Gaillard, Jean-Luc Martinot, and Arnaud Cachia. “Who is talking to me?”—Self--other attribution of auditory hallucinations and sulcation of the right temporoparietal junction. Schizophrenia research, 169(1):95-100, 2015. [bibtex-entry]

  2. M. Plaze, M.-L. Paillère-Martinot, J. Penttilä, D. Januel, Renaud de Beaurepaire, F. Bellivier, J. Andoh, A. Galinowski, T. Gallarda, E. Artiges, J.-P. Olié, J.-F. Mangin, J.-L. Martinot, and A. Cachia. Where do auditory hallucinations come from?--a brain morphometry study of schizophrenia patients with inner or outer space hallucinations.. Schizophr Bull, 37(1):212-221, 2011. [bibtex-entry]

  3. M.-L. Paillère Martinot, A. Galinowski, D. Ringuenet, T. Gallarda, J.P. Lefaucheur, F. Bellivier, C. Picq, P. Bruguière, J.-F. Mangin, D. Rivière, J.C. Willer, B. Falissard, M. Leboyer, J.P. Olié, E. Artiges, and J.L. Martinot. Influence of prefrontal target region on the efficacy of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with medication-resistant depression: a [18F]-fluorodeoxyglucose PET and MRI study. Int J Neuropsychopharmacol, 13(1):45-59, 2010. [bibtex-entry]

  4. J. Penttilä, A. Cachia, J.-L. Martinot, D. Ringuenet, M. Wessa, J. Houenou, A. Galinowski, F. Bellivier, T. Gallarda, E. Duchesnay, E. Artiges, M. Leboyer, J.-P. Olié, J.-F. Mangin, and M.-L. Paillère-Martinot. Cortical folding difference between patients with early-onset and patients with intermediate-onset bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorder, 11(4):361-70, 2009. Keyword(s): brainvisa. [bibtex-entry]

  5. J. Penttilä, M-L Paillère-Martinot, J-L Martinot, D. Ringuenet, A. Galinowski, J. Houenou, F. Bellivier, M. Wessa, E. Artiges, T. Gallarda, P. Bruguière, F. Pinabel, M. Leboyer, J-P Olié, E. Duchesnay, J-F Mangin, and A. Cachia. Cortical folding in patients with bipolar disorder or unipolar depression. J Psychiatry Neurosci., 34(2):127-35, 2009. Keyword(s): brainvisa. [bibtex-entry]



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