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Training of Working Memory Impacts Structural Connectivity
Working memory is the limited capacity storage system involved in the maintenance and manipulation of information over short periods of time. Individual capacity of working memory is associated withExpand
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Relationship between body mass index and gray matter volume in 1,428 healthy individuals.
OBJECTIVE To investigate any correlation between BMI and brain gray matter volume, we analyzed 1,428 healthy Japanese subjects by applying volumetric analysis and voxel-based morphometry (VBM) usingExpand
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Voxel-based morphometry of human brain with age and cerebrovascular risk factors
The objectives of this study were to evaluate the correlations of the volumes of the gray matter and white matter with age, and the correlations of the tissue probabilities of the gray matter andExpand
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The association between resting functional connectivity and creativity.
The analysis of functional connectivity at rest (rFC) enables us to know how brain regions within and between networks interact. In this study, we used resting-state functional magnetic resonanceExpand
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Brain Training Game Improves Executive Functions and Processing Speed in the Elderly: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Background The beneficial effects of brain training games are expected to transfer to other cognitive functions, but these beneficial effects are poorly understood. Here we investigate the impact ofExpand
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Regional gray matter volume of dopaminergic system associate with creativity: Evidence from voxel-based morphometry
Creativity has been essential to the development of human civilization and plays a crucial role in cultural life. However, despite a number of functional imaging studies on creativity, theExpand
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Age‐related changes in topological organization of structural brain networks in healthy individuals
The aim of this study was to examine structural brain networks using regional gray matter volume, as well as to investigate changes in small‐world and modular organization with normal aging. WeExpand
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Topological Organization of Functional Brain Networks in Healthy Children: Differences in Relation to Age, Sex, and Intelligence
Recent studies have demonstrated developmental changes of functional brain networks derived from functional connectivity using graph theoretical analysis, which has been rapidly translated to studiesExpand
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White matter structures associated with creativity: Evidence from diffusion tensor imaging
Creativity has been essential to the development of human civilization and plays a crucial role in cultural life. However, despite literature that has proposed the importance of structuralExpand
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Male elderly subthreshold depression patients have smaller volume of medial part of prefrontal cortex and precentral gyrus compared with age-matched normal subjects: a voxel-based morphometry.
BACKGROUND The brain morphological changes in subthreshold depression (sD) have not been clarified. We examined the structural difference in regional gray matter volume between community-dwellingExpand
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