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Genetic and environmental influences on the phenotypic associations between intelligence, personality, and creative achievement in the arts and sciences
De Manzano O, Ullen F
INTELLIGENCE 2018;:123-133

Same Genes, Different Brains: Neuroanatomical Differences Between Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Musical Training
De Manzano Ö, Ullén F
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) 2018;28(1):387-394

Addressing a Paradox: Dual Strategies for Creative Performance in Introspective and Extrospective Networks
Pinho Al, Ullén F, Castelo-branco M, Fransson P, De Manzano Ö
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) 2016;26(7):3052-63

On the Relationship Between Domain-Specific Creative Achievement and Sexual Orientation in Swedish Twins
Mosing Ma, Verweij Kj, Abé C, De Manzano Ö, Ullén F
Archives of sexual behavior 2016;45(7):1799-806

Self-reported psychological demands, skill discretion and decision authority at work: A twin study
Theorell T, De Manzano Ö, Lennartsson Ak, Pedersen Nl, Ullén F
Scandinavian journal of public health 2016;44(4):354-60

Physiological correlates of the flow experience during computer game playing
Harmat L, De Manzano Ö, Theorell T, Högman L, Fischer H, Ullén F
International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology 2015;97(1):1-7

Connecting to create: expertise in musical improvisation is associated with increased functional connectivity between premotor and prefrontal areas
Pinho Al, De Manzano Ö, Fransson P, Eriksson H, Ullén F
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2014;34(18):6156-63

Individual differences in the proneness to have flow experiences are linked to dopamine D2-receptor availability in the dorsal striatum
De Manzano Ö, Cervenka S, Jucaite A, Hellenäs O, Farde L, Ullén F
NeuroImage 2013;67():1-6

Activation and connectivity patterns of the presupplementary and dorsal premotor areas during free improvisation of melodies and rhythms
De Manzano Ö, Ullén F
NeuroImage 2012;63(1):272-80

Differences in regional brain volume related to the extraversion-introversion dimension-A voxel based morphometry study
Forsman Lj, De Manzano O, Karabanov A, Madison G, Ullen F
NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH 2012;72(1):59-67

Goal-independent mechanisms for free response generation: Creative and pseudo-random performance share neural substrates
De Manzano O, Ullen F
NEUROIMAGE 2012;59(1):772-80

Proneness for psychological flow in everyday life: Associations with personality and intelligence
Ullen F, De Manzano O, Almeida R, Magnusson Pke, Pedersen Nl, Nakamura J, et al
PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES 2012;52(2):167-172

Dissociation of brain areas associated with force production and stabilization during manipulation of unstable objects
Holmstrom L, De Manzano O, Vollmer B, Forsman L, Valero-cuevas Fj, Ullen F, et al
EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH 2011;215(3-4):359-67

Dopamine D2 receptor density in the limbic striatum is related to implicit but not explicit movement sequence learning
Karabanov A, Cervenka S, De Manzano O, Forssberg H, Farde L, Ullen F
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2010;107(16):7574-9

Psychophysiology of Flow During Piano Playing
De Manzano O, Theorell T, Harmat L, Ullen F
EMOTION 2010;10(3):301-11

Thinking Outside a Less Intact Box: Thalamic Dopamine D2 Receptor Densities Are Negatively Related to Psychometric Creativity in Healthy Individuals
De Manzano O, Cervenka S, Karabanov A, Farde L, Ullen F
PLOS ONE 2010;5(5):e10670-

Correlations between intelligence and components of serial timing variability
Madison G, Forsman L, Blom O, Karabanov A, Ullen F
INTELLIGENCE 2009;37(1):68-75

The dorsal auditory pathway is involved in performance of both visual and auditory rhythms
Karabanov A, Blom O, Forsman L, Ullen F
NEUROIMAGE 2009;44(2):480-8

Intelligence and variability in a simple timing task share neural substrates in the prefrontal white matter
Ullen F, Forsman L, Blom O, Karabanov A, Madison G
JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 2008;28(16):4238-43

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