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Dynamic mapping of human cortical development during childhood through early adulthood.
- N. Gogtay, J. Giedd, P. Thompson
- Biology, PsychologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 25 May 2004
The dynamic anatomical sequence of human cortical gray matter development between the age of 4-21 years using quantitative four-dimensional maps and time-lapse sequences reveals that higher-order association cortices mature only after lower-order somatosensory and visual cortices are developed.
The Alzheimer's disease neuroimaging initiative.
The Rhesus Monkey Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates
This monkey brain atlas follows the same nomenclature and abbreviations conventions as the mouse, rat, chicken, and human brain atlases published under George Paxinos' leadership.
Mapping cortical change across the human life span
- E. Sowell, B. Peterson, P. Thompson, Suzanne E. Welcome, Amy L. Henkenius, A. Toga
- Psychology, BiologyNature Neuroscience
- 1 March 2003
A significant, nonlinear decline in GMD with age is found over dorsal frontal and parietal association cortices on both the lateral and interhemispheric surfaces, indicating that the posterior temporal cortices have a more protracted course of maturation than any other cortical region.
Construction of a 3D probabilistic atlas of human cortical structures
Enhancement of MR Images Using Registration for Signal Averaging
- C. Holmes, R. Hoge, L. Collins, R. Woods, A. Toga, Alan C. Evans
- MedicineJournal of Computer Assisted Tomography
- 1 March 1998
The usefulness of intrasubject registration for post hoc MR signal averaging for in vivo human neuroanatomy was investigated and the enhanced signal in the averaged images resulted in higher quality anatomical images, which lent themselves to several postprocessing techniques.
A probabilistic atlas and reference system for the human brain: International Consortium for Brain Mapping (ICBM).
- J. Mazziotta, A. Toga, B. Mazoyer
- Psychology, BiologyPhilosophical transactions of the Royal Society…
- 29 August 2001
The ability to quantify the variance of the human brain as a function of age in a large population of subjects for whom data is also available about their genetic composition and behaviour will allow for the first assessment of cerebral genotype-phenotype-behavioural correlations in humans to take place in a population this large.
Longitudinal Mapping of Cortical Thickness and Brain Growth in Normal Children
- E. Sowell, P. Thompson, C. Leonard, Suzanne E. Welcome, E. Kan, A. Toga
- PsychologyThe Journal of Neuroscience
- 22 September 2004
For the first time, developmental changes in gray matter thickness, brain size, and structure-function relationships have been traced within the same individuals studied longitudinally during a time of rapid cognitive development.