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NeuroImage

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1053-8119
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1095-9572
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8596
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  1. Relaxation-compensated CEST-MRI of the human brain at 7 T: Unbiased insight into NOE and amide signal changes in human glioblastoma

    NeuroImage 112:180 (2015)

    Endogenous chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST) effects of protons resonating near to water protons are always diluted by competing effects such as direct water saturation and semi-solid magnetization transfer (MT). This leads to unwanted T2 and MT signal contributions that con...
  2. The impact of mental workload on inhibitory control subprocesses

    NeuroImage 112:96 (2015)

    The inhibition of inappropriate responses is a function known to rely on prefrontal cortex (PFC) functioning. Similarly, working memory processes are known to rely on the PFC. Even though these processes are usually closely intertwined and the functional neuroanatomy underlying these p...
  3. A multicontrast approach for comprehensive imaging of substantia nigra

    NeuroImage 112:7 (2015)

    We characterize the contrast behavior of substantia nigra (SN) in both magnetization transfer (MT) imaging, which is believed to be sensitive to neuromelanin (NM), and susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI). Images were acquired with a MT prepared dual echo gradient echo sequence. The f...
  4. Improving reliability of subject-level resting-state fMRI parcellation with shrinkage estimators

    NeuroImage 112:14 (2015)

    A recent interest in resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rsfMRI) lies in subdividing the human brain into anatomically and functionally distinct regions of interest. For example, brain parcellation is often a necessary step for defining the network nodes used in connec...
  5. Gestalt perception is associated with reduced parietal beta oscillations

    NeuroImage 112:61 (2015)

    The ability to perceive composite objects as a whole is fundamental for visual perception in a complex and cluttered natural environment. This ability may be mediated by increased communication between neural representations of distinct object elements, and has been linked to increased...
  6. Ultra-high resolution in-vivo 7.0 T structural imaging of the human hippocampus reveals the endfolial pathway

    NeuroImage 112:1 (2015)

    The hippocampus is a very important structure in memory formation and retrieval, as well as in various neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, epilepsy and depression. It is composed of many intricate subregions making it difficult to study the anatomical changes that take ...
  7. Neural activation in speech production and reading aloud in native and non-native languages

    NeuroImage 112:208 (2015)

    We used fMRI to investigate neural activation in reading aloud in bilinguals differing in age of acquisition. Three groups were compared: French–English bilinguals who acquired two languages from birth (simultaneous), French–English bilinguals who learned their L2 after the age of 5yea...
  8. MR-based attenuation correction for PET/MRI neurological studies with continuous-valued attenuation coefficients for bone through a conversion from R2* to CT-Hounsfield units

    NeuroImage 112:160 (2015)

    Aim MR-based correction for photon attenuation in PET/MRI remains challenging, particularly for neurological applications requiring quantitation of data. Existing methods are either not sufficiently accurate or are limited by the computation time required. The goal of this st...
  9. Bistability breaks-off deterministic responses to intracortical stimulation during non-REM sleep

    NeuroImage 112:105 (2015)

    During non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep (stage N3), when consciousness fades, cortico-cortical interactions are impaired while neurons are still active and reactive. Why is this? We compared cortico-cortical evoked-potentials recorded during wakefulness and NREM by means of time–fre...
  10. Functional brain networks underlying detection and integration of disconfirmatory evidence

    NeuroImage 112:138 (2015)

    Processing evidence that disconfirms a prior interpretation is a fundamental aspect of belief revision, and has clear social and clinical relevance. This complex cognitive process requires (at minimum) an alerting stage and an integration stage, and in the current functional magnetic r...