Rachel Nordgren

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The recent observations of overall symmetry of the caudal infrasylvian region by Steinmetz et al. (1990) and Witelson and Kigar (1991, 1992) diverge from earlier findings of leftward asymmetry in this region (Geschwind and Levitsky, 1968; Galaburda et al., 1987; Larsen et al., 1989). To address this inconsistency, we measured the entire infrasylvian surface(More)
OBJECTIVE To detect anatomic abnormalities of auditory association cortex in dyslexia by measuring the area of the perisylvian region known as the caudal infrasylvian surface(s) (cIS) in dyslexic and control subjects. BACKGROUND Several quantitative morphometric investigations of cortical areas in dyslexia have focused on the cIS, which encompasses the(More)
MIXREGLS is a program which provides estimates for a mixed-effects location scale model assuming a (conditionally) normally-distributed dependent variable. This model can be used for analysis of data in which subjects may be measured at many observations and interest is in modeling the mean and variance structure. In terms of the variance structure,(More)
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