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NeuroImage

Print ISSN
1053-8119
Electronic ISSN
1095-9572
Impact factor
5.937
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10538119
Usage rank
152
Article count
8596
Free count
326
Free percentage
0.0379246
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Proquest, Gale, Rcgp, Sciencedirect from 1992, Ingenta, and CSA

  1. Accelerated longitudinal cortical thinning in adolescence

    NeuroImage 104:138 (2015)

    It remains unclear if changes of the cerebral cortex occur gradually from childhood to adulthood, or if adolescence marks a differential period of cortical development. In the current study of 90 healthy volunteers aged 5–32years (48 females, 85 right handed) with 180 scans (2 scans for ea...
  2. The structural and functional connectivity of the posterior cingulate cortex: Comparison between deterministic and probabilistic tractograph...

    NeuroImage 102:118 (2014)

    We investigated this question in fifteen healthy subjects, concentrating on connections to the precuneus/posterior cingulate cortex (PCC), commonly considered as the central node of the DMN. We used group independent component analysis (GICA) and seed-based correlation analysis of fMRI data to quant...
  3. Neuroimage: Special issue on multimodal data fusion

    NeuroImage 102:1 (2014)

  4. General overview on the merits of multimodal neuroimaging data fusion

    NeuroImage 102:3 (2014)

    We discuss data acquisition and fusion in multimodal neuroimaging in the context of each of these potential merits. However, limitations – due to differences in the neuronal and structural underpinnings of each method – have to be taken into account when modeling and interpreting multimodal data usi...
  5. Decreased centrality of subcortical regions during the transition to adolescence: A functional connectivity study

    NeuroImage 104:44 (2015)

    We report a novel finding of an increasing centrality of the angular gyrus during the transition to adolescence, with a decreasing centrality of many subcortical and cerebellar regions....
  6. Functional mapping of the auditory tract in rodent tinnitus model using manganese-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging.

    NeuroImage 100:642 (2014) PMID 24983712

    We developed a novel manganese-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MEMRI) method to map the in vivo functional auditory tract in a salicylate-induced tinnitus animal model by administrating manganese through the round window. We found that acute salicylate-induced tinnitus resulted in higher mangan...
  7. Compartment-model based quantification of beta-amyloid binding with Florbetaben PET inAlzheimer'sdisease and control subjects

    NeuroImage 52:0 (2010)

  8. Correlation between FEPPA uptake and microglia activation in 6-OHDA injured rat brain

    NeuroImage 52:0 (2010)

  9. Microglia activation in schizophrenia
    , Bossong, and

    NeuroImage 52:0 (2010)

  10. Dopamine transmission in comorbid schizophrenia and substance dependence

    NeuroImage 52:0 (2010)