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Filtres: Mot-clé is Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Auteur is Lerch, Jason P  [Enlever les filtres]
Rajaprakash M, Chakravarty MM, Lerch JP, Rovet J.  2014.  Cortical morphology in children with alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder.. Brain Behav. 4(1):41-50.
Park MTae M, Pipitone J, Baer LH, Winterburn JL, Shah Y, Chavez S, Schira MM, Lobaugh NJ, Lerch JP, Voineskos AN et al..  2014.  Derivation of high-resolution MRI atlases of the human cerebellum at 3T and segmentation using multiple automatically generated templates.. Neuroimage. 95:217-31.
Wheeler AL, Chakravarty MM, Lerch JP, Pipitone J, Daskalakis ZJ, Rajji TK, Mulsant BH, Voineskos AN.  2014.  Disrupted prefrontal interhemispheric structural coupling in schizophrenia related to working memory performance.. Schizophr Bull. 40(4):914-24.
Magon S, Chakravarty MM, Amann M, Weier K, Naegelin Y, Andelova M, Radue E-W, Stippich C, Lerch JP, Kappos L et al..  2014.  Label-fusion-segmentation and deformation-based shape analysis of deep gray matter in multiple sclerosis: the impact of thalamic subnuclei on disability.. Hum Brain Mapp. 35(8):4193-203.
Raznahan A, Shaw PW, Lerch JP, Clasen LS, Greenstein D, Berman R, Pipitone J, Chakravarty MM, Giedd JN.  2014.  Longitudinal four-dimensional mapping of subcortical anatomy in human development.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 111(4):1592-7.
Shaw P, De Rossi P, Watson B, Wharton A, Greenstein D, Raznahan A, Sharp W, Lerch JP, Chakravarty MM.  2014.  Mapping the development of the basal ganglia in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 53(7):780-9.e11.
Duerden EG, Card D, S Roberts W, Mak-Fan KM, Chakravarty MM, Lerch JP, Taylor MJ.  2014.  Self-injurious behaviours are associated with alterations in the somatosensory system in children with autism spectrum disorder.. Brain Struct Funct. 219(4):1251-61.
Magon S, Gaetano L, Chakravarty MM, Lerch JP, Naegelin Y, Stippich C, Kappos L, Radue E-W, Sprenger T.  2014.  White matter lesion filling improves the accuracy of cortical thickness measurements in multiple sclerosis patients: a longitudinal study.. BMC Neurosci. 15:106.