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Martínez K, Madsen SK, Joshi AA, Joshi SH, Román FJ, Villalon-Reina J, Burgaleta M, Karama S, Janssen J, Marinetto E et al..  2015.  Reproducibility of brain-cognition relationships using three cortical surface-based protocols: An exhaustive analysis based on cortical thickness.. Hum Brain Mapp. 36(8):3227-45.
Mannie ZN, Filippini N, Williams C, Near J, Mackay CE, Cowen PJ.  2014.  Structural and functional imaging of the hippocampus in young people at familial risk of depression.. Psychol Med. 44(14):2939-48.
Mankiw C, Park MTae M, Reardon PK, Fish AM, Clasen LS, Greenstein D, Giedd JN, Blumenthal JD, Lerch JP, M Chakravarty M et al..  2017.  Allometric Analysis Detects Brain Size-Independent Effects of Sex and Sex Chromosome Complement on Human Cerebellar Organization.. J Neurosci. 37(21):5221-5231.
Maillet D, Maria Rajah N.  2014.  Dissociable roles of default-mode regions during episodic encoding.. Neuroimage. 89:244-55.
Mahabir M, Tucholka A, Shin LM, Etienne P, Brunet A.  2015.  Emotional face processing in post-traumatic stress disorder after reconsolidation impairment using propranolol: A pilot fMRI study.. J Anxiety Disord. 36:127-33.
Magon S, M Chakravarty M, 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.
Magon S, May A, Stankewitz A, Goadsby PJ, Tso AR, Ashina M, Amin FMohammad, Seifert CL, M Chakravarty M, Müller J et al..  2015.  Morphological Abnormalities of Thalamic Subnuclei in Migraine: A Multicenter MRI Study at 3 Tesla.. J Neurosci. 35(40):13800-6.
Magon S, Gaetano L, M Chakravarty M, 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.

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