Book Chapters

  1. Advances in neuroimaging for neurodegenerative disease.
    Veldsman M. and Egorova N., in Series: Advances in neurobiology. Volume 5: Neurodegenerative Diseases: Pathology, Mechanisms, and Potential Therapeutic Targets. Beart P.M., Robinson M.B., Rattray M., Maragakis N.J. (Eds), Springer, 451-478 (2017).

  2. Journal Articles

  3. Assessment of longitudinal hippocampal atrophy in the first year after ischemic stroke using automatic segmentation.
    Khlif M.S., Werden E., Egorova N., Boccardi M., Redolfi A., Bird L., Brodtmann A.
    Neuroimage: Clinical (2019) [in press]

  4. A human depression circuit derived from focal brain lesions.
    Padmanabhan J.L., Cooke D., Joutsa J., Siddiqi S.H., Ferguson M., Darby R.R., Soussand L., Horn A., Kim N.Y., Voss JL., Naidech A.M., Brodtmann A., Egorova N., Gozzi S., Phan TG., Corbetta M., Grafman J., Fox M.D.
    Biological Psychiatry (2019) [link]

  5. APOE ε4 Carriers Show Delayed Recovery of Verbal Memory and Smaller Entorhinal Volume in the First Year After Ischemic Stroke.
    Werden E., Khlif M.S., Bird L.J., Cumming T., Bradshaw J., Khan W., Pase M., Restrepo C., Veldsman M., Egorova N., Patel S.K., Gottlieb E., Brodtmann A.
    Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 1-15 (2019) [link]

  6. Choroid plexus volume after stroke.
    Egorova N., Gottlieb E., Khlif M.S., Spratt N., Brodtmann A.
    International Journal of Stroke (2019) [link]

  7. A comparison of automated segmentation and manual tracing in estimating hippocampal volume in ischemic stroke and healthy control participants.
    Khlif MS., Egorova N., Werden E., Redolfi A., Bocardi M., DeCarli CS., Fletcher E, Singh B., Li Q., Bird L., Brodtmann A.
    NeuroImage: Clinical 21, 101581 (2019) [link]

  8. A neural mechanism of direct and observational conditioning for placebo and nocebo responses.
    Tu Y., Park J., Ahlfors S.P., Khan S., Egorova N., Lang C., Cao J., Kong J.
    NeuroImage 184, 954-963 (2019) [link]

  9. The evaluation of pain in the aphasic patient.
    Brodtmann A., Egorova N.
    Neurology 91:9, 377-378 (2018) [link]

  10. Lower cognitive control network connectivity in stroke participants with depressive features.
    Egorova N., Cumming T., Shirbin C., Veldsman M., Werden E., Brodtmann A.
    Translational Psychiatry 7, (2018) [link] [pdf]

  11. Beyond Bilingualism: multilingual experience correlates with caudate volume.
    Hervais-Adelman A., Egorova N. , Golestani N.
    Brain Structure and Function, 223:7, 3495–3502 (2018) [link] [bioRxiv] [pdf]

  12. Tai Chi Chuan and Baduanjin mind-body training changes resting-state low-frequency fluctuations in the frontal lobe of older adults: a resting-state fMRI study.
    Tao J., Chen X., Liu J., Egorova N. , Xue X., Liu W., Zheng G., Li M., Wu J., Hu K., Wang Z., Chen L., Kong J.
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 11:514 (2017) [link] [pdf]

  13. Low-frequency oscillations in default mode subnetworks are associated with episodic memory impairments in Alzheimer's disease.
    Veldsman M., Egorova N., Singh B., Mungus D., DeCarlie C., Brodtmann A.
    Neurobiology of Aging 59: 98-106 (2017) [link] [pdf]

  14. Fractional amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations (fALFF) in post-stroke depression.
    Egorova N., Veldsman M., Cumming T., Brodtmann A.
    NeuroImage: Clinical 16, 116-124 (2017) [link] [pdf]

  15. In the face of pain: The choice of visual cues in pain conditioning matters.
    Egorova N., Park J., Kong J.
    European Journal of Pain 21, 1243-1251 (2017) [link]

  16. Tai Chi Chuan and Baduanjin practice modulates functional connectivity of the cognitive control network in older adults.
    Tao J.,Chen X., Egorova N., Liu J, Xue X., Wang Q., Zheng G., Li M., Hong W., Sun S., Chen L., Kong J.
    Scientific Reports 7, 41581 (2017) [link] [pdf]

  17. Early neural biomarkers of longitudinal transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation treatment success in depression.
    Fang J.*, Egorova N.*, Rong P., Liu J., Hong Y., Fan Y., Wang H., Yu Y., Ma Y., Xu C., Li S., Zhao J., Luo M., Zhu B., Kong J.
    NeuroImage: Clinical 14 , 105-111 (2017) [link] [pdf]

  18. Brain basis of communicative actions in language.
    Egorova N., Shtyrov Y., Pulvermüller F.
    NeuroImage 125, 857–867 (2016) [link] [pdf]

  19. Increased hippocampus-medial prefrontal cortex resting-state functional connectivity and memory function after Tai Chi Chuan practice in elder adults.
    Tao J., Liu J., Egorova N., Chen X., Sun S., Xue X., Huang J., Zheng G., Wang Q., Chen L., Kong J.
    Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 8:25 (2016) [link] [pdf]

  20. Not seeing or feeling is still believing: conscious and non-conscious pain modulation after direct and observational learning.
    Egorova N., Park J., Orr S.P., Kirsch I, Gollub R.L., Kong J.
    Scientific Reports 5, 16809 (2015) [link] [pdf]

  21. Subthreshold depression is associated with impaired resting state functional connectivity of the cognitive control network.
    Huang J.*, Egorova N.*, Yang X., Chen J., Yang X., Zhang W., Hu L., Sun S., Bao T., Kong J.
    Translational Psychiatry 5, e683 (2015) [link] [pdf]

  22. The modulation effect of longitudinal acupuncture on resting state functional connectivity in knee osteoarthritis patients.
    Chen X., Spaeth R.B., Freeman S.G., Scarborough D.M., Hashmi J.A., Wey H-Y., Egorova N., Vangel M., Mao J., Wasan A.D., Edwards R.R., Gollub R.L., Kong J.
    Molecular Pain 11:67 (2015) [link] [pdf]

  23. Repeated verum but not placebo acupuncture normalizes connectivity in brain regions dysregulated in chronic pain.
    Egorova N., Gollub R.L., Kong J.
    Neuroimage: Clinical 9, 430–435 (2015) [link] [pdf]

  24. Neuromodulation of conditioned placebo/nocebo cue effect in heat pain: anodal vs. cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation to the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.
    Egorova N.*, Yu R.*, Kaur N., Vangel M., Gollub R.L., Dougherty D.D., Kong J., Camprodon J.A.
    Pain 156:7, 1342–1347 (2015) [link]

  25. Distinct neural representations of placebo and nocebo effect.
    Freeman S., Yu R., Egorova N., Chen X., Kirsch I., Claggett B., Kaptchuk T.J., Gollub R.L., Kong J.
    Neuroimage 112, 197–207 (2015) [link]

  26. Motor cognition-motor semantics: Action perception theory of cognition and communication.
    Pulvermüller F., Moseley R., Egorova N., Shebani Z., Boulenger V.
    Neuropsychologia 55, 71–84 (2014) [link] [pdf]

  27. Neural correlates of infant accent discrimination: an fNIRS study.
    Cristia A., Minagawa-Kawai Y., Egorova N., Gervain J., Filippin L., Cabrol D., Dupoux E.
    Developmental Science 17:4, 628–635 (2014) [link]

  28. Neural Dynamics of Speech Act Comprehension: an MEG Study of Naming and Requesting.
    Egorova N., Pulvermüller F., Shtyrov Y.
    Brain Topography 27:3, 375–392 (2014) [link] [pdf]

  29. Early and parallel processing of pragmatic and semantic information in speech acts: neurophysiological evidence.
    Egorova N., Shtyrov Y., Pulvermüller F.
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7:86 (2013) [link] [pdf]

    *equal contribution

Dissertations

  • N. Egorova. Neurobiology of speech act processing. PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (2013) [link].
  • N. Egorova. Neural correlates of dialectal perception in 5 month-old infants: a Near Infrared Spectroscopy study. Research MA Thesis, University of Groningn, Netherlands (2010) [link].
  • N. Egorova. Culture-specific vocabulary as a translation problem (translation of a short story by William Gay “Closure and Roadkill on the Life’s Highway” into Russian). BA/MA Thesis (in Russian), Far Eastern State University of Humanties, Khabarovsk, Russia (2007) [link].

Selected Academic Posters

  • Repeated verum but not placebo acupuncture normalizes connectivity in brain regions dysregulated in chronic pain. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Chicago, USA, (October, 2015).
  • Neuromodulation of conditioned placebo/nocebo cue effect in heat pain: Anodal vs. cathodal tDCS to the right DLPFC. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Washington DC, USA, (November, 2014) [link].
  • Placebo and nocebo effects activate distinct brain networks. 2013 Harvard Psychiatry Research Day Poster Session, Boston, USA, (April, 2014).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing: an fMRI study. Poster presented at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping conference, Seattle, USA, (June, 2013).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing: an MEG study. Poster presented at the Neurobiology of Language conference, San-Sebastian, Spain, (October, 2012).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing: an EEG study. Poster presented at XI International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON), Mallorca, Spain, (September, 2011) [link].

Selected Academic Presentations

  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing. Oral presentation at the Florey Neuroscience Institute, Melbourne, Australia, (December, 2014).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing. Oral presentation at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, (December, 2014).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing. Oral presentation at the Experimental pragmatics conference, Utrecht, Netherlands, (September, 2013).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing. Oral presentation at the Cambridge Embodied Language conference, Cambridge, UK, (September, 2013).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing. Oral presentation at the Embodied and Situated Language Processing Conference, Potsdam, Germany, (July, 2013).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing. Oral presentation at the Martinos Neuroimaging Center Brainmap Seminar, Boston, USA, (June, 2013).
  • Neurophysiology and neuro-metabolic correlates of speech act processing. Oral presentation (Invited Talk) at Freie Universitat, Berlin, Germany, (July, 2012).
  • Neurophysiology of speech act processing. Oral presentation at the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK, (February, 2012).
  • Speech acts in the brain. Oral presentation (Invited Talk) at St. Petersburg Winter Symposium on Experimental Studies of Speech and Language, Russia, (December, 2011).
  • Neural correlates of speech act processing. Oral presentation (Invited Talk) at Donders Discussions, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, (October, 2011).
  • Speech acts in the brain. Oral presentation at the Summer school Neuroscience of Communicative Language, Utrecht, Netherlands, (June, 2011).
  • Revealing the Action in Speech Acts: Speech act processing in the brain. Oral presentation at the Neurosemantics and Neuropragmatics group meeting. RCEAL, Cambridge, UK, (March, 2011).
  • Facebook: Observing biographical trajectories in linguistic behavior. Oral presentation at ABLA 2009, Antwerpen, Belgium, (November, 2009).
  • Corpus analysis meets the 'credit crunch' 2006-2008: frequency analysis of economic terms from the Economist newspaper articles related to the Financial crisis in the United States (2000-2008). Oral presentation at CLAVIER 2009, Modena, Italy, (October, 2009).
  • Culture-specific vocabulary as a translation problem (translation of a short story by William Gay 'Closure and Roadkill on the Life's Highway' into Russian). Oral presentation at the FESUH Student Conference, Khabarovsk, Russia, (April, 2007). Best presentation.