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Right, left, and center: How does cerebral asymmetry mix with callosal connectivity?

Cherbuin, Nicolas; Luders, Eileen; Chou, Yi-Yu; Thompson, Paul M.; Toga, Arthur W.; Anstey, Kaarin


Background: Prior research has shown that cerebral asymmetry is associated with differences in corpus callosum connectivity. Such associations were detected in histological and anatomical studies investigating callosal fiber size and density, in neuroimaging investigations based on structural and diffusion tensor imaging, as well as in neuropsychological experiments. However, little is known about typical associations between these factors, and even less about the relative influences of...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2013-07
Type: Journal article
Source: Human Brain Mapping 34 (2013): 1728–1736
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22022


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