Dysconnectivity of neurocognitive networks at rest in very-preterm born adults☆

@inproceedings{White2014DysconnectivityON,
  title={Dysconnectivity of neurocognitive networks at rest in very-preterm born adults☆},
  author={Thomas P. White and Iona Symington and Nazareth P. Castellanos and Philip J. Brittain and Se{\'a}n Froudist Walsh and Kie-woo Nam and Jo{\~a}o Ricardo Sato and Matthew P. G. Allin and Sukhi S. Shergill and Robin MacGregor Murray and Stephen C. R. Williams and Chiara Nosarti},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2014}
}
Advances in neonatal medicine have resulted in a larger proportion of preterm-born individuals reaching adulthood. Their increased liability to psychiatric illness and impairments of cognition and behaviour intimate lasting cerebral consequences; however, the central physiological disturbances remain unclear. Of fundamental importance to efficient brain function is the coordination and contextually-relevant recruitment of neural networks. Large-scale distributed networks emerge perinatally and… CONTINUE READING
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