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White Matter in Cognitive Neuroscience

Edited by Edited by John L. Ulmer (Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Lawrence Parsons (University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK), and Michael Moseley (Stanford University, Stanford, California)
White Matter in Cognitive Neuroscience

Published: December 2005

Volume 1064

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Researchers from diverse research communities in cognitive neuroscience, clinical neuroscience, MR-diffusion tensor imaging, and algorithm development have contributed articles that explore the potential for diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) to measure and model white matter tracts in the human brain. These reports represent the interdisciplinary approach taken at the workshop to the refinement of emerging MR DTI techniques specifically for the purposes of analyzing white matter networks non-invasively.