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Objective: This article reviews neuroimaging studies that inform psychotherapy research. An introduction to neuroimaging methods is provided as background for the increasingly sophisticated breadth of methods and findings appearing in psychotherapy research. Method: We compiled and assessed a comprehensive list of neuroimaging studies of psychotherapy outcome, along with selected examples of other types of studies that also are relevant to psychotherapy research. We emphasized magneticdoi:10.1080/10503307.2014.883088 pmid:24527694 pmcid:PMC4135014 fatcat:sdxa7b46bnf3jnzfwemhgukmri