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  1. Role of the human retrosplenial cortex/parieto-occipital sulcus in perspective priming

    NeuroImage 125:108 (2016)

    The ability to imagine the world from a different viewpoint is a fundamental competence for spatial reorientation and for imagining what another individual sees in the environment. Here, we investigated the neural bases of such an ability using functional magnetic resonance imaging. He...
  2. Differential aging of cerebral white matter in middle-aged and older adults: A seven-year follow-up

    NeuroImage 125:74 (2016)

    The few extant reports of longitudinal white matter (WM) changes in healthy aging, using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), reveal substantial differences in change across brain regions and DTI indices. According to the “last-in-first-out” hypothesis of brain aging late-developing WM trac...
  3. Fast ventral stream neural activity enables rapid visual categorization

    NeuroImage 125:280 (2016)

    Primates can recognize objects embedded in complex natural scenes in a glimpse. Rapid categorization paradigms have been extensively used to study our core perceptual abilities when the visual system is forced to operate under strong time constraints. However, the neural underpinning o...
  4. The absolute CBF response to activation is preserved during elevated perfusion: Implications for neurovascular coupling measures

    NeuroImage 125:198 (2016)

    Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) techniques in which the blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) and cerebral blood flow (CBF) response to a neural stimulus are measured, can be used to estimate the fractional increase in the cerebral metabolic rate of oxygen consumption (...
  5. Morphological maturation of the mouse brain: An in vivo MRI and histology investigation

    NeuroImage 125:144 (2016)

    With the wide access to studies of selected gene expressions in transgenic animals, mice have become the dominant species as cerebral disease models. Many of these studies are performed on animals of not more than eight weeks, declared as adult animals. Based on the earlier reports tha...
  6. Specific white matter tissue microstructure changes associated with obesity

    NeuroImage 125:36 (2016)

    Obesity-related structural brain alterations point to a consistent reduction in gray matter with increasing body mass index (BMI) but changes in white matter have proven to be more complex and less conclusive. Hence, more recently diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) has been employed to inv...
  7. Lateralization of cervical spinal cord activity during an isometric upper extremity motor task with functional magnetic resonance imaging

    NeuroImage 125:233 (2016)

    The purpose of this study was to use an isometric upper extremity motor task to detect activity induced blood oxygen level dependent signal changes in the cervical spinal cord with functional magnetic resonance imaging. Eleven healthy volunteers performed six 5minute runs of an alterna...
  8. Structural and functional neuroplasticity in human learning of spatial routes

    NeuroImage 125:256 (2016)

    Recent findings with both animals and humans suggest that decreases in microscopic movements of water in the hippocampus reflect short-term neuroplasticity resulting from learning. Here we examine whether such neuroplastic structural changes concurrently alter the functional connectivi...
  9. Facilitation and inhibition in attention: Functional dissociation of pre-stimulus alpha activity, P1, and N1 components

    NeuroImage 125:25 (2016)

    Attention — the ability to attend to some things while ignoring others — can be best described as an emergent property of many neural mechanisms, facilitatory and inhibitory, working together to resolve competition for processing resources and control of behavior. Previous EEG and MEG ...
  10. A subject-specific framework for in vivo myeloarchitectonic analysis using high resolution quantitative MRI

    NeuroImage 125:94 (2016)

    Structural magnetic resonance imaging can now resolve laminar features within the cerebral cortex in vivo. A variety of intracortical contrasts have been used to study the cortical myeloarchitecture with the purpose of mapping cortical areas in individual subjects. In this article, we ...