Cortical Surface Modeling Reveals Gross Morphometric Correlates of Individual Differences

@inproceedings{Loftus2004CorticalSM,
  title={Cortical Surface Modeling Reveals Gross Morphometric Correlates of Individual Differences},
  author={William C. Loftus and Mark Tramo and Michael S. Gazzaniga},
  year={2004}
}
Advances in human neurobiology are now made possible through methods which combine structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), three-dimensional reconstruction, and statistical analysis. MRI-based reconstruction enables the in vivo quantification of regional cortical surface area (rCSA) while inter-group comparisons uncover relationships of cortical morphometry with genotype, sex, and developmental abnormalities. In studies on normals we have found strong associations between the rCSA of… CONTINUE READING

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