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    • Abnormal lateralization of functional connectivity between language and default mode regions in autism 

      Nielsen, Jared A; Zielinski, Brandon A; Fletcher, P Thomas; Alexander, Andrew L; Lange, Nicholas; Bigler, Erin D; Lainhart, Janet E; Anderson, Jeffrey S (BioMed Central, 2014)
      Background: Lateralization of brain structure and function occurs in typical development, and abnormal lateralization is present in various neuropsychiatric disorders. Autism is characterized by a lack of left lateralization ...
    • Atypical development of white matter microstructure of the corpus callosum in males with autism: a longitudinal investigation 

      Travers, Brittany G; Tromp, Do P M; Adluru, Nagesh; Lange, Nicholas; Destiche, Dan; Ennis, Chad; Nielsen, Jared A; Froehlich, Alyson L; Prigge, Molly B D; Fletcher, P Thomas; Anderson, Jeffrey S; Zielinski, Brandon A; Bigler, Erin D; Lainhart, Janet E; Alexander, Andrew L (BioMed Central, 2015)
      Background: The corpus callosum is the largest white matter structure in the brain, and it is the most consistently reported to be atypical in diffusion tensor imaging studies of autism spectrum disorder. In individuals ...
    • Multisite functional connectivity MRI classification of autism: ABIDE results 

      Nielsen, Jared A.; Zielinski, Brandon A.; Fletcher, P. Thomas; Alexander, Andrew L.; Lange, Nicholas; Bigler, Erin D.; Lainhart, Janet E.; Anderson, Jeffrey S. (Frontiers Media S.A., 2013)
      Background:: Systematic differences in functional connectivity MRI metrics have been consistently observed in autism, with predominantly decreased cortico-cortical connectivity. Previous attempts at single subject ...
    • scMRI Reveals Large-Scale Brain Network Abnormalities in Autism 

      Zielinski, Brandon A.; Froehlich, Alyson L.; Prigge, Molly B. D.; Nielsen, Jared A.; Cooperrider, Jason R.; Cariello, Annahir N.; Alexander, Andrew L.; Bigler, Erin D.; Lainhart, Janet E.; Anderson, Jeffrey S.; Fletcher, P. Thomas; Lange, Nicholas Theodore (Public Library of Science, 2012)
      Autism is a complex neurological condition characterized by childhood onset of dysfunction in multiple cognitive domains including socio-emotional function, speech and language, and processing of internally versus externally ...