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Accelerated maturation of white matter in young children with autism: A high b value DWI study
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The goal of this work was to study white matter maturation in young children with autism following previous reports of increased cerebral volume during early development, as well as arguments for abnormal neural growth patterns and regulation at this critical developmental period. Expand
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Abnormal white matter integrity in young children with autism
This study investigated white matter integrity in young children with autism using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). Twenty‐two children with autism, mean age 3:2 years, and 32 controls, mean age 3:4Expand
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Neural traces of stress: cortisol related sustained enhancement of amygdala-hippocampal functional connectivity
Stressful experiences modulate neuro-circuitry function, and the temporal trajectory of these alterations, elapsing from early disturbances to late recovery, heavily influences resilience andExpand
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White matter correlates of cognitive domains in normal aging with diffusion tensor imaging
The ability to perform complex as well as simple cognitive tasks engages a network of brain regions that is mediated by the white matter fiber bundles connecting them. Different cognitive tasksExpand
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Mindfulness Meditation Training for Graduate Students in Educational Counseling and Special Education: A Qualitative Analysis
Students of teaching and counseling training programs are exposed to relatively high levels of stress during their studies, and later during their work. They are expected to help their pupils dealExpand
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Structural correlates of cognitive domains in normal aging with diffusion tensor imaging
The involvement of brain structures in specific cognitive functions is not straightforward. In order to characterize the brain micro-structural correlates of cognitive domains, 52 healthy subjects,Expand
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Melatonin treatment for tardive dyskinesia: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study.
BACKGROUND Antipsychotics remain the mainstay of drug intervention in the management of schizophrenia. However, long-term treatment with antipsychotics is associated with a variety of movementExpand
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Bruxism in military pilots and non-pilots: tooth wear and psychological stress.
BACKGROUND Bruxism is the diurnal or nocturnal para-functional habit of clenching or grinding the teeth and affects 5-10% of the general western population. Bruxism can cause pain and irreversibleExpand
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Queering gender: studying gender identity in ‘normative’ individuals
In contemporary psychology, normal development is contingent on the establishment of a coherent, universal, stable and unitary ‘core gender identity’. The present study assessed the perception ofExpand
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Compliance to naltrexone treatment after ultra-rapid opiate detoxification: an open label naturalistic study.
Studies have found that naltrexone, a long-acting opiate antagonist, owing to poor patient compliance, is of limited value in preventing relapse. The current study investigates compliance with aExpand
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