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The present study examined the relationship between the volume of specific subregions of the cerebellum and cerebellar function, as measured by eyeblink conditioning. ... In the comparison group, larger anterior volume correlated with earlier conditioned response onset latencies and increased amplitudes of the unconditioned blink response during paired trials (i.e., when ... Measurements of whole brain 1 , whole cerebellum, and anterior (I-V) and posterior cerebellum lobules (VI-VII) were completed manually in the axial plane using AFNI software (Analysis of Functional NeuroImages ...doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2007.06.001 pmid:18222655 pmcid:PMC2366060 fatcat:f6nm5nqguzhyxefbnzv2a7u34e
The results showed that larger hippocampal volumes before training were related to greater verbal recall improvements. ... A prediction model including baseline CA2/3-volume and depressive symptoms explained 42% of the variation in recall improvement. ... ., 1989) : Volume adjusted = Volume observed − β [slope from TBV vs. regional volume regression] * (TBV observed − TBV sample mean ). ...doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.02.072 pmid:22414994 fatcat:6cv7afthybbwvjegia5lkks2fa
volumes. ... There was a significant effect of diagnosis on striatal volumes, with ADHD associated with decreased caudate and putamen volumes, and BD associated with increased caudate, putamen, and globus pallidus ... Methods Subjects This study was approved by the Stanford University IRB, and all subjects gave oral and written informed consent or assent before Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 194 (2011) 14-20 ...doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.06.008 pmid:21875781 pmcid:PMC5741181 fatcat:phwnosxuurb75g2kn6ofjpzysa
The formula may also be applicable in other neuroimaging studies of tissue volume changes such as white matter myelination during brain development and white matter demyelination or brain volume loss in ... We propose a mathematical formula that predicts the trajectory of the recovery from lobar gray and white matter volume deficits in individuals with sustained abstinence from alcohol. ... Therefore, we see important utilities for these volume estimations in clinical trials using repeated neuroimaging volumetrics as outcome measures (whether to observe volume increases or decreases) and ...doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.05.003 pmid:21903361 pmcid:PMC3196029 fatcat:xosmik3yo5e5ldv6ne5u4hvsn4
Bipolar offspring had similar amygdalar volumes compared to the control group. Exploratory analyses yielded no differences in hippocampal or thalamic volumes. ... Longitudinal studies are needed to determine whether amygdalar volumes change during and after the development of BD. ... : Neuroimaging 194 (2011) with BD. ...doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.03.006 pmid:22041532 pmcid:PMC3225692 fatcat:yancssyc2vdkpds2je7pwhkb6m
GABRA2 and BDNF variation were tested for their association with cerebellar volumes. ... High-risk offspring from multiplex AD families showed greater total volume of the cerebellum and total gray matter (GM), in comparison with LR controls. ... Region of interest analysis Images were transferred from the MR Research Center to a computer workstation in our neuroimaging laboratory and regions of interest drawn using BRAINS2 , a software that provides ...doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.05.006 pmid:22047728 pmcid:PMC3293653 fatcat:ik7n5cdjpngdbm6ccxvdbr4ff4
The developmental patterns of subcortical brain volumes in males and females observed in previous studies have been inconsistent. ... The goal of the current study was to utilize identical image processing and analysis methods in three independent longitudinal neuroimaging samples to describe the development of subcortical volumes (uncorrected ... This study is part of an international collaboration project intended to improve the reliability and efficiency of neurodevelopmental research by simultaneously analyzing multiple existing neuroimaging ...doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.01.020 pmid:29353072 pmcid:PMC5910239 fatcat:sz5siqhcwbbhrelcdnw2k2gmxe
This magnetic resonance imaging study demonstrates increased lateral ventricle volume (LVV) in adolescents and adults with bipolar disorder (BD) with psychotic symptoms, but not without psychosis, compared ... Gray and white matter were summed for total brain volume (TBV) ). ... Lateral Ventricle Volume in Psychotic Bipolar Disorder (PBD), Nonpsychotic BD (NPBD) and Healthy Comparison (HC) Groups Least square means adjusted for age and total brain volume±standard errors *p<0.05 ...doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.07.005 pmid:22041535 pmcid:PMC3225709 fatcat:3e6ublq2bbcvfnkanryopoakje
The subject with MCI presents similar patterns of cortical atrophy and PiB binding to those of the patient with AD, but to a lesser degree. ◆ S22 MJA • Volume 194 Number 4 • 21 February 2011 Kathryn ... The Alzheimer's Association (USA) has contributed support to allow AIBL neuroimaging stream data (and accompanying clinical and cognitive data) to be made available via the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging ...doi:10.5694/j.1326-5377.2011.tb02938.x fatcat:fy4sz3cy5nha7prccwz7z4ngu4
The centre of this slice would be the centre of the PRESS excited volume in the SI direction. ... The positions of the CSI voxels and PRESS-localised volume relative to the SPGR were extracted automatically from the CSI and SPGR file headers. ...doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.09.015 pmid:28916195 pmcid:PMC5637300 fatcat:k6cenyswubcxddzgiwucwogeci
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 2004(Dec), Vol 132(2), 185. —Reports an error in the original article by T. Takahashi et al (Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 2004[Sep], Vol 131, 185-194). ... MRJ study” [Psychiatry Research: Neu- roimaging 131 (2004) 185-194]. ...
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Proceedings 593-602. 420 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Volume 22, Number 3 ... A unifying 188-194. computational framework for motor control and social Vaina, L. M., & Gross, C. G. (2004). Perceptual deficits interaction. ...
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Anterior prefrontal cortex: Insights into function from anatomy and neuroimaging. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5, 184-194 Rorden, C., & Brett, M. (2000). Stereotaxic display of brain lesions. ... Human prefrontal cortex: Processing and representational perspectives Vature Reviews Neuroscience, 4, 139-147 Volume 18, Number 6 ...
For this purpose, hippocampal volumes, metabolic 194 indexes and amyloid-PET SUVr were analyzed as continuous variables in our 195 models. 196 We predetermined five possible confounding factors for adjustments ... and neuroimaging biomarkers 228 The increasing number of comorbidities was significantly associated with We observed that active or past smoking was associated with lower 280 hippocampal volumes. ...doi:10.1159/000489007 pmid:29953971 fatcat:yh3h5xjhrfa6faexsa3tii4zd4
Neuroimaging Highlight: Wernicke Encephalopathy in a Patient with T-Cell Leukemia and Severe Malnutrition 97 (FEB) Neuroimaging Highlight: Functional Imaging of the Double Cortex 254 (MAY) Neuroimaging ... (MAY) Author Index to Volume 31 -2004 https://www.cambridge.org/core/terms. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0317167100003887 Downloaded from https://www.cambridge.org/core. ...doi:10.1017/s0317167100003887 fatcat:avfrgwm5grentcofcac2j6v77y
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