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Lewis GJ, Dickie DAlexander, Cox SR, Karama S, Evans AC, Starr JM, Bastin ME, Wardlaw JM, Deary IJ.  2018.  Widespread associations between trait conscientiousness and thickness of brain cortical regions.. Neuroimage. 176:22-28.
Evans AC, Karama S, Vasung L, Iturria-Medina Y.  2017.  Understanding brain development: a major step.. Lancet Neurol. 16(3):178-179.
Ducharme S, Albaugh MD, Nguyen T-V, Hudziak JJ, Mateos-Pérez JM, Labbe A, Evans AC, Karama S.  2016.  Trajectories of cortical thickness maturation in normal brain development--The importance of quality control procedures.. Neuroimage. 125:267-79.
Ducharme S, Albaugh MD, Nguyen T-V, Hudziak JJ, Mateos-Pérez JM, Labbe A, Evans AC, Karama S.  2015.  Trajectories of cortical surface area and cortical volume maturation in normal brain development.. Data Brief. 5:929-38.
Zhao L, Guan M, Zhang X, Karama S, Khundrakpam B, Wang M, Dong M, Qin W, Tian J, Evans AC et al..  2015.  Structural insights into aberrant cortical morphometry and network organization in psychogenic erectile dysfunction.. Hum Brain Mapp. 36(11):4469-82.
Farooqi NAI, Scotti M, Lew JMin, Botteron KN, Karama S, McCracken JT, Nguyen T-V.  2018.  Role of DHEA and cortisol in prefrontal-amygdalar development and working memory.. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 98:86-94.
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.
Vasung L, Lepage C, Radoš M, Pletikos M, Goldman JS, Richiardi J, Raguž M, Fischi-Gómez E, Karama S, Huppi PS et al..  2016.  Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Transient Fetal Compartments during Prenatal Human Brain Development.. Front Neuroanat. 10:11.
Dickie DAlexander, Karama S, Ritchie SJ, Cox SR, Sakka E, Royle NA, Aribisala BS, Hernández MValdés, Maniega SMuñoz, Pattie A et al..  2016.  Progression of White Matter Disease and Cortical Thinning Are Not Related in Older Community-Dwelling Subjects.. Stroke. 47(2):410-6.
MacPherson SE, Cox SR, Dickie DA, Karama S, Starr JM, Evans AC, Bastin ME, Wardlaw JM, Deary IJ.  2017.  Processing speed and the relationship between Trail Making Test-B performance, cortical thinning and white matter microstructure in older adults.. Cortex. 95:92-103.
Luciano M, Corley J, Cox SR, Hernández MCValdés, Craig LCA, Dickie DAlexander, Karama S, McNeill GM, Bastin ME, Wardlaw JM et al..  2017.  Mediterranean-type diet and brain structural change from 73 to 76 years in a Scottish cohort.. Neurology. 88(5):449-455.
O'Donnell KA, Gaudreau H, Colalillo S, Steiner M, Atkinson L, Moss E, Goldberg S, Karama S, Matthews SG, Lydon JE et al..  2014.  The maternal adversity, vulnerability and neurodevelopment project: theory and methodology.. Can J Psychiatry. 59(9):497-508.
Khundrakpam BS, Lewis JD, Reid A, Karama S, Zhao L, Chouinard-Decorte F, Evans AC.  2017.  Imaging structural covariance in the development of intelligence.. Neuroimage. 144(Pt A):227-240.
Román FJ, Lewis LB, Chen C-H, Karama S, Burgaleta M, Martínez K, Lepage C, Jaeggi SM, Evans AC, Kremen WS et al..  2016.  Gray matter responsiveness to adaptive working memory training: a surface-based morphometry study.. Brain Struct Funct. 221(9):4369-4382.
Román FJ, Iturria-Medina Y, Martínez K, Karama S, Burgaleta M, Evans AC, Jaeggi SM, Colom R.  2017.  Enhanced structural connectivity within a brain sub-network supporting working memory and engagement processes after cognitive training.. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 141:33-43.
Nguyen T-V, Ducharme S, Karama S.  2016.  Effects of Sex Steroids in the Human Brain.. Mol Neurobiol.
Zhao L, Wang E, Zhang X, Karama S, Khundrakpam B, Zhang H, Guan M, Wang M, Cheng J, Shi D et al..  2015.  Cortical Structural Connectivity Alterations in Primary Insomnia: Insights from MRI-Based Morphometric Correlation Analysis.. Biomed Res Int. 2015:817595.
Ritchie SJ, Dickie DAlexander, Cox SR, Hernández MDel CVald, Sibbett R, Pattie A, Anblagan D, Redmond P, Royle NA, Corley J et al..  2018.  Brain structural differences between 73- and 92-year olds matched for childhood intelligence, social background, and intracranial volume.. Neurobiol Aging. 62:146-158.
Ritchie SJ, Booth T, Hernández MDel CVald, Corley J, Maniega SMuñoz, Gow AJ, Royle NA, Pattie A, Karama S, Starr JM et al..  2015.  Beyond a bigger brain: Multivariable structural brain imaging and intelligence.. Intelligence. 51:47-56.
Cox SR, Dickie DAlexander, Ritchie SJ, Karama S, Pattie A, Royle NA, Corley J, Aribisala BS, Hernández MValdés, Maniega SMuñoz et al..  2016.  Associations between education and brain structure at age 73 years, adjusted for age 11 IQ.. Neurology. 87(17):1820-1826.
Albaugh MD, Ducharme S, Karama S, Watts R, Lewis JD, Orr C, Nguyen T-V, Mckinstry RC, Botteron KN, Evans AC et al..  2016.  Anxious/depressed symptoms are related to microstructural maturation of white matter in typically developing youths.. Dev Psychopathol. :1-8.
Albaugh MD, Nguyen T-V, Ducharme S, D Collins L, Botteron KN, D'Alberto N, Evans AC, Karama S, Hudziak JJ.  2017.  Age-related volumetric change of limbic structures and subclinical anxious/depressed symptomatology in typically developing children and adolescents.. Biol Psychol. 124:133-140.
Zhao L, Guan M, Zhu X, Karama S, Khundrakpam B, Wang M, Dong M, Qin W, Tian J, Evans AC et al..  2015.  Aberrant Topological Patterns of Structural Cortical Networks in Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction.. Front Hum Neurosci. 9:675.