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Human white matter is remarkably plastic. Yet it is challenging to infer the biological underpinnings of this plasticity using non-invasive measurements like diffusion MRI. Here we capitalize on metrics derived from diffusion kurtosis imaging (DKI) to interpret previously reported changes in mean diffusivity throughout the white matter during an 8-week, intensive reading intervention. We then use an independent quantitative MRI measurement of R1 (1/T1 relaxation time) in the same white matterdoi:10.1101/2020.05.28.122499 fatcat:qmy232lvivgirdlkqjs4kzekye