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    • Neural Correlates of Subjective Familiarity and Choice Bias during Episodic Memory Judgments 

      Vincent, Justin Lee (2013-08-28)
      Successful recognition memory decisions depend on mnemonic and decision making processes that are computed by multiple, distributed brain areas. However, little is known about what computations these areas perform or how ...
    • Open Access Series of Imaging Studies (OASIS): Cross-sectional MRI Data in Young, Middle Aged, Nondemented, and Demented Older Adults 

      Marcus, Daniel S.; Wang, Tracy H.; Parker, Jamie; Csernansky, John G.; Morris, John C.; Buckner, Randy Lee (MIT Press - Journals, 2007)
      The Open Access Series of Imaging Studies is a series of magnetic resonance imaging data sets that is publicly available for study and analysis. The initial data set consists of a cross-sectional collection of 416 subjects ...
    • An open science resource for establishing reliability and reproducibility in functional connectomics 

      Zuo, Xi-Nian; Anderson, Jeffrey S; Bellec, Pierre; Birn, Rasmus M; Biswal, Bharat B; Blautzik, Janusch; Breitner, John C.S; Buckner, Randy L; Calhoun, Vince D; Castellanos, F. Xavier; Chen, Antao; Chen, Bing; Chen, Jiangtao; Chen, Xu; Colcombe, Stanley J; Courtney, William; Craddock, R Cameron; Di Martino, Adriana; Dong, Hao-Ming; Fu, Xiaolan; Gong, Qiyong; Gorgolewski, Krzysztof J; Han, Ying; He, Ye; He, Yong; Ho, Erica; Holmes, Avram; Hou, Xiao-Hui; Huckins, Jeremy; Jiang, Tianzi; Jiang, Yi; Kelley, William; Kelly, Clare; King, Margaret; LaConte, Stephen M; Lainhart, Janet E; Lei, Xu; Li, Hui-Jie; Li, Kaiming; Li, Kuncheng; Lin, Qixiang; Liu, Dongqiang; Liu, Jia; Liu, Xun; Liu, Yijun; Lu, Guangming; Lu, Jie; Luna, Beatriz; Luo, Jing; Lurie, Daniel; Mao, Ying; Margulies, Daniel S; Mayer, Andrew R; Meindl, Thomas; Meyerand, Mary E; Nan, Weizhi; Nielsen, Jared A; O’Connor, David; Paulsen, David; Prabhakaran, Vivek; Qi, Zhigang; Qiu, Jiang; Shao, Chunhong; Shehzad, Zarrar; Tang, Weijun; Villringer, Arno; Wang, Huiling; Wang, Kai; Wei, Dongtao; Wei, Gao-Xia; Weng, Xu-Chu; Wu, Xuehai; Xu, Ting; Yang, Ning; Yang, Zhi; Zang, Yu-Feng; Zhang, Lei; Zhang, Qinglin; Zhang, Zhe; Zhang, Zhiqiang; Zhao, Ke; Zhen, Zonglei; Zhou, Yuan; Zhu, Xing-Ting; Milham, Michael P (Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
      Efforts to identify meaningful functional imaging-based biomarkers are limited by the ability to reliably characterize inter-individual differences in human brain function. Although a growing number of connectomics-based ...
    • The Organization of Corticostriatal Connectivity in the Human Brain 

      Choi, Eun Young (2013-10-15)
      Neurological and psychiatric disorders reveal that the basal ganglia subserve diverse functional domains, including movement, reward, and cognitive disorders (e.g., Parkinson's disease, addiction, schizophrenia). Monkey ...
    • The Organization of Local and Distant Functional Connectivity in the Human Brain 

      Sepulcre, Jorge; Liu, Hesheng; Talukdar, Tanveer; Martincorena, Iñigo; Yeo, Boon Thye Thomas; Buckner, Randy Lee (Public Library of Science, 2010)
      Information processing in the human brain arises from both interactions between adjacent areas and from distant projections that form distributed brain systems. Here we map interactions across different spatial scales by ...
    • Orthographic Distinctiveness and Semantic Elaboration Provide Separate Contributions to Memory 

      Kirchhoff, Brenda A.; Schapiro, Melissa L.; Buckner, Randy Lee (MIT Press - Journals, 2005)
      Orthographic distinctiveness and semantic elaboration both enhance memory. The present behavioral and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies examined the relationship between the influences of orthographic ...
    • Parcellating Cortical Functional Networks in Individuals 

      Wang, Danhong; Buckner, Randy L.; Fox, Michael D.; Holt, Daphne J.; Holmes, Avram J.; Stoecklein, Sophia; Langs, Georg; Pan, Ruiqi; Qian, Tianyi; Li, Kuncheng; Baker, Justin T.; Stufflebeam, Steven M.; Wang, Kai; Wang, Xiaomin; Hong, Bo; Liu, Hesheng (2015)
      The capacity to identify the unique functional architecture of an individual’s brain is a critical step towards personalized medicine and understanding the neural basis of variations in human cognition and behavior. Here, ...
    • Regional White Matter Volume Differences in Nondemented Aging and Alzheimer's Disease 

      Salat, David; Greve, Douglas; Pacheco, Jennifer; Quinn, Brian T.; Helmer, Karl; Buckner, Randy; Fischl, Bruce (Elsevier, 2009)
      Accumulating evidence suggests that altered cerebral white matter (WM) influences normal aging, and further that WM degeneration may modulate the clinical expression of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Here we conducted a study ...
    • REM Sleep, Prefrontal Theta, and the Consolidation of Human Emotional Memory 

      Nishida, Masaki; Pearsall, Jori; Buckner, Randy Lee; Walker, Matthew P. (Oxford University Press, 2008)
      Both emotion and sleep are independently known to modulate declarative memory. Memory can be facilitated by emotion, leading to enhanced consolidation across increasing time delays. Sleep also facilitates offline memory ...
    • Segregated Fronto-Cerebellar Circuits Revealed by Intrinsic Functional Connectivity 

      Krienen, Fenna Marie; Buckner, Randy Lee (Oxford University Press, 2009)
      Multiple, segregated fronto-cerebellar circuits have been characterized in nonhuman primates using transneuronal tracing techniques including those that target prefrontal areas. Here, we used functional connectivity MRI ...
    • Self-Projection and the Brain 

      Buckner, Randy; Carroll, Daniel C. (Elsevier, 2007)
      When thinking about the future or the upcoming actions of another person, we mentally project ourselves into that alternative situation. Accumulating data suggest that envisioning the future (prospection), remembering the ...
    • Set-and Code-Specific Activation in the Frontal Cortex: An fMRI Study of Encoding and Retrieval of Faces and Words 

      McDermott, Kathleen A.; Buckner, Randy Lee; Petersen, Steven E.; Kelley, William M.; Sanders, Amy L. (MIT Press - Journals, 1999)
      The frontal cortex has been described as playing both “setspecific” and “code-specific” roles in human memory processing. Set specificity refers to the finding of goal-oriented differences in activation patterns (e.g., ...