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Anatomical global spatial normalization (aGSN) is presented as a method to scale high-resolution brain images to control for variability in brain size without altering the mean size of other brain structures. Two types of mean preserving scaling methods were investigated, "shape preserving" and "shape standardizing". aGSN was tested by examining 56 brain structures from an adult brain atlas of 40 individuals (LPBA40) before and after normalization, with detailed analyses of cerebraldoi:10.1007/s12021-010-9074-x pmid:20582489 pmcid:PMC2945458 fatcat:cy72gal6szaaxi6orpx2bydqey