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The Parieto-Frontal Integration Theory (P-FIT) of intelligence: Converging neuroimaging evidence
  • R. Jung, R. Haier
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Behavioral and Brain Sciences
  • 1 April 2007
It is proposed that the P-FIT provides a parsimonious account for many of the empirical observations, to date, which relate individual differences in intelligence test scores to variations in brain structure and function. Expand
A Baseline for the Multivariate Comparison of Resting-State Networks
A multivariate analytic approach that optimizes sensitivity and reduces unnecessary testing is introduced and is demonstrated by identifying the effects of age and gender on the resting-state networks of 603 healthy adolescents and adults. Expand
Structural brain variation and general intelligence
VBM results underscore the distributed neural basis of intelligence and suggest a developmental course for volume--IQ relationships in adulthood. Expand
Use of tissue water as a concentration reference for proton spectroscopic imaging
Using data from healthy human subjects, it is shown that different image segmentation approaches that are commonly used to account for partial volume effects lead to different estimates of metabolite levels, particularly in gray matter, owing primarily to variability in the estimates of the cerebrospinal fluid fraction. Expand
The structure of creative cognition in the human brain
A perspective, involving aspects of the default mode network (DMN), is provided, which might provide a “first approximation” regarding how creative cognition might map on to the human brain. Expand
The neuroanatomy of general intelligence: sex matters
Men and women apparently achieve similar IQ results with different brain regions, suggesting that there is no singular underlying neuroanatomical structure to general intelligence and that different types of brain designs may manifest equivalent intellectual performance. Expand
Neuroanatomy of creativity
This is the first study to link cortical thickness measures to psychometric measures of creativity, and suggests that cognitive control of information flow among brain areas may be critical to understanding creative cognition. Expand
Selective Cognitive Impairments Associated with NMDA Receptor Blockade in Humans
Evidence is provided for ketamine's differential impairment of verbal and spatial learning vs retrieval in a virtual Morris water task in humans and helps bridge the gap between nonhuman animal and human NMDAR antagonism research. Expand
Distributed brain sites for the g-factor of intelligence
It is shown that two prototypical measures of verbal and non-verbal g correlate with the amount of regional gray matter across frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital lobes, suggesting that the general factor of intelligence relates to areas distributed across the brain as opposed to the view that g derives exclusively from the frontal lobes. Expand