Emotional prosody and diffusion tensor imaging in children after traumatic brain injury.

@article{Schmidt2013EmotionalPA,
  title={Emotional prosody and diffusion tensor imaging in children after traumatic brain injury.},
  author={Adam T. Schmidt and Gerri R Hanten and Xiaoqi Li and Elisabeth A. Wilde and Alyssa Ibarra and Zili Chu and Antonia R Helbling and Sanjeev P Shah and Harvey S. Levin},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 13-14},
  pages={1528-35}
}
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS The current investigation examines the relationship between diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) metrics, including fractional anisotropy (FA) and apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC), and 3-month post-injury performance on a task of… CONTINUE READING

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The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
The lack of clear relationships in the TBI group is discussed in terms of the likely disruption to cortical networks secondary to significant brain injuries .
Brain structures and their white matter connections that may contribute to emotion processing and may be vulnerable to disruption by a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) occurring in childhood have not been thoroughly explored .
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