Emma Humphries

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PURPOSE Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) can detect injury to specific white matter (WM) tracts involved with sensorimotor processing and may provide sensitive measures for latent or nascent motor skills. We hypothesized that DTI measures of WM fractional anisotropy (FA) could predict early motor scores on a standardized assessment in a cohort of preterm(More)
  • Michele Seybert Phillips, Elizabeth Bondy, Mary Brownell, Dorene Ross, Sheryl Howie, Stephen Masyada +13 others
  • 2008
3 To Wayne and Max-my foundation, my strength, my heart 4 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This dissertation was possible because of the support of many people. I would like to recognize them and thank them for their support. As I write these acknowledgements, I am humbled. I would like to thank Dr. Elizabeth Washington for being an exemplary chair, mentor, teacher, and(More)
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