From loci to networks and back again: anomalies in the study of autism.

  title={From loci to networks and back again: anomalies in the study of autism.},
  author={Ralph A. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
Recent developments in functional imaging as well as the emergence of new anatomical imaging techniques suited for the study of white matter have shifted investigational paradigms from a localized to a more holistic network approach. Aside from detecting local activity, functional MRI can be applied to the study of connectivity. However, the concept of "functional connectivity" remains broad, and specific designs and analyses may affect the results. In addition, connectivity cannot be viewed in… CONTINUE READING

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