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Neuropsychological assessment, 5th ed.
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Diffusion tensor imaging of the corpus callosum in Autism
The corpus callosum is the largest commissural white matter pathway that connects the hemispheres of the human brain. In this study, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) was performed on subject groupsExpand
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Social outcomes in childhood brain disorder: a heuristic integration of social neuroscience and developmental psychology.
The authors propose a heuristic model of the social outcomes of childhood brain disorder that draws on models and methods from both the emerging field of social cognitive neuroscience and the studyExpand
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Neuropsychology and clinical neuroscience of persistent post-concussive syndrome.
  • E. Bigler
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of the International Neuropsychological…
  • 2008
On the mild end of the acquired brain injury spectrum, the terms concussion and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) have been used interchangeably, where persistent post-concussive syndrome (PPCS) hasExpand
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Head circumference and height in autism: A study by the collaborative program of excellence in autism
Data from 10 sites of the NICHD/NIDCD Collaborative Programs of Excellence in Autism were combined to study the distribution of head circumference and relationship to demographic and clinicalExpand
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Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Review
White matter tracts of the brain allow neurons and neuronal networks to communicate and function with high efficiency. The aim of this review is to briefly introduce diffusion tensor imaging methodsExpand
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Neuropsychological sequelae and impaired health status in survivors of severe acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a disease of acute respiratory failure manifested by severe hypoxemia with a high mortality rate. Previous outcome studies of ARDS have assessed survivalExpand
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Diffusion tensor imaging of white matter in the superior temporal gyrus and temporal stem in autism
Recent MRI studies have indicated that regions of the temporal lobe including the superior temporal gyrus (STG) and the temporal stem (TS) appear to be abnormal in autism. In this study, diffusionExpand
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Decreased interhemispheric functional connectivity in autism.
The cortical underconnectivity theory asserts that reduced long-range functional connectivity might contribute to a neural mechanism for autism. We examined resting-state blood oxygen level-dependentExpand
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Multisite functional connectivity MRI classification of autism: ABIDE results
Background: Systematic differences in functional connectivity MRI metrics have been consistently observed in autism, with predominantly decreased cortico-cortical connectivity. Previous attempts atExpand
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