Behavioural Genetics

Genetic covariance between processing speed and IQ

<h2>Genetic covariance between processing speed and IQ</h2> <h3>Citation</h3>Luciano, M., Wright, M. J., Smith, G. A., Geffen, G. M., Geffen, L. B. and Martin, N. G. (2003). Genetic covariance between processing speed and IQ. In Robert Plomin, John C. Defries, Ian W. Craig and Peter McGuffin (Ed.), <i>Behavior genetics in the postgenomic era</i> (pp. 163-182) Washington, Continue reading


Medical Image Computing

Genetics of Anisotropy Asymmetry: Registration and Sample Size Effects

<h2>Genetics of Anisotropy Asymmetry: Registration and Sample Size Effects</h2> <h2 id=”authorabs00101″>Abstract</h2><p id=”abspara0010″>Brain asymmetry has been a topic of interest for neuroscientists for many years. The advent of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) allows researchers to extend the study of asymmetry to a microscopic scale by examining fiber integrity differences across hemispheres rather than the macroscopic differences Continue reading


Computational Diffusion MRI

Multiple stages classification of Alzheimer’s disease based on structural brain networks using generalized low rank approximations (GLRAM)

<h2>Multiple stages classification of Alzheimer’s disease based on structural brain networks using generalized low rank approximations (GLRAM)</h2> <h2 id=”authorabs00101″>Abstract</h2><p id=”abspara0010″>To classify each stage for a progressing disease such as Alzheimer’s disease is a key issue for the disease prevention and treatment. In this study, we derived structural brain networks from diffusion-weighted MRI using whole-brain tractography Continue reading