Dr Jigar Jogia
Dr Jigar Jogia
Associate Professor of Psychology
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QT interval prolongation related to psychoactive drug treatment: a comparison of monotherapy versus polytherapy
M Sala, A Vicentini, P Brambilla, C Montomoli, JRS Jogia, E Caverzasi, ...
Annals of general psychiatry 4, 1-6, 2005
No gender differences in brain activation during the N‐back task: An fMRI study in healthy individuals
H Schmidt, J Jogia, K Fast, T Christodoulou, M Haldane, V Kumari, ...
Human brain mapping 30 (11), 3609-3615, 2009
The effects of gender and COMT Val158Met polymorphism on fearful facial affect recognition: a fMRI study
MJ Kempton, M Haldane, J Jogia, T Christodoulou, J Powell, D Collier, ...
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 12 (3), 371-381, 2009
Dissociable brain structural changes associated with predisposition, resilience, and disease expression in bipolar disorder
MJ Kempton, M Haldane, J Jogia, PM Grasby, D Collier, S Frangou
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (35), 10863-10868, 2009
Molecular and genetic evidence for abnormalities in the nodes of Ranvier in schizophrenia
P Roussos, P Katsel, KL Davis, P Bitsios, SG Giakoumaki, J Jogia, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 69 (1), 7-15, 2012
Pilot investigation of the changes in cortical activation during facial affect recognition with lamotrigine monotherapy in bipolar disorder
J Jogia, M Haldane, A Cobb, V Kumari, S Frangou
The British Journal of Psychiatry 192 (3), 197-201, 2008
Changes in brain activation during working memory and facial recognition tasks in patients with bipolar disorder with Lamotrigine monotherapy
M Haldane, J Jogia, A Cobb, E Kozuch, V Kumari, S Frangou
European Neuropsychopharmacology 18 (1), 48-54, 2008
The impact of the CACNA1C gene polymorphism on frontolimbic function in bipolar disorder
J Jogia, G Ruberto, G Lelli-Chiesa, E Vassos, M Maierú, R Tatarelli, ...
Molecular psychiatry 16 (11), 1070-1071, 2011
The impact of the Val158Met catechol-O-methyltransferase genotype on neural correlates of sad facial affect processing in patients with bipolar disorder and their relatives
G Lelli-Chiesa, MJ Kempton, J Jogia, R Tatarelli, P Girardi, J Powell, ...
Psychological medicine 41 (4), 779-788, 2011
Independent modulation of engagement and connectivity of the facial network during affect processing by CACNA1C and ANK3 risk genes for bipolar disorder
D Dima, J Jogia, D Collier, E Vassos, KE Burdick, S Frangou
JAMA psychiatry 70 (12), 1303-1311, 2013
Brain structural changes associated with chronicity and antipsychotic treatment in schizophrenia
L Tomelleri, J Jogia, C Perlini, M Bellani, A Ferro, G Rambaldelli, ...
European Neuropsychopharmacology 19 (12), 835-840, 2009
Dynamic causal modeling of load‐dependent modulation of effective connectivity within the verbal working memory network
D Dima, J Jogia, S Frangou
Human brain mapping 35 (7), 3025-3035, 2014
Familial and disease specific abnormalities in the neural correlates of the Stroop Task in Bipolar Disorder
F Pompei, J Jogia, R Tatarelli, P Girardi, K Rubia, V Kumari, S Frangou
Neuroimage 56 (3), 1677-1684, 2011
Increased salience of gains versus decreased associative learning differentiate bipolar disorder from schizophrenia during incentive decision making
P Brambilla, C Perlini, M Bellani, L Tomelleri, A Ferro, S Cerruti, ...
Psychological medicine 43 (3), 571-580, 2013
Examination of the predictive value of structural magnetic resonance scans in bipolar disorder: a pattern classification approach
V Rocha-Rego, J Jogia, AF Marquand, J Mourao-Miranda, A Simmons, ...
Psychological medicine 44 (3), 519-532, 2014
The Maudsley Early Onset Schizophrenia Study: the effect of age of onset and illness duration on fronto-parietal gray matter
L Burke, C Androutsos, J Jogia, P Byrne, S Frangou
European Psychiatry 23 (4), 233-236, 2008
Frontopolar cortical inefficiency may underpin reward and working memory dysfunction in bipolar disorder
J Jogia, D Dima, V Kumari, S Frangou
The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry 13 (8), 605-615, 2012
Towards person-centered neuroimaging markers for resilience and vulnerability in Bipolar Disorder
S Frangou, D Dima, J Jogia
Neuroimage 145, 230-237, 2017
Sex differences in bipolar disorder: a review of neuroimaging findings and new evidence
J Jogia, D Dima, S Frangou
Bipolar disorders 14 (4), 461-471, 2012
On the neural basis of word reading: A meta-analysis of fMRI evidence using activation likelihood estimation
JBT K.A.Murphy, J.Jogia
Journal of Neurolinguistics 49, 71-83, 2018
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