Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging connectome featuresare predictive of functional lateralization of semanticprocessing in the anterior temporal lobes

Assessment of regional language lateralization is crucial in many scenarios, but not allpopulations are suited for its evaluation via task-functional magnetic resonance imag-ing (fMRI). In this study, the utility of structural connectome features for the classifi-cation of language lateralization in...

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Main Authors: Zahnert, Felix, Kräling, Gunter, Melms, Leander, Belke, Marcus, Kleinholdermann, Urs, Timmermann, Lars, Hirsch, Martin, Jansen, Andreas, Mross, Peter, Menzler, Katja, Habermehl, Lena, Knake, Susanne
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Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2022
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Call Number: urn:nbn:de:hebis:04-es2024-02293
Publication Date: 2024-01-09
Source: Erstveröffentlichung: Zahnert, F., Kräling, G., Melms, L., Belke, M., Kleinholdermann, U., Timmermann, L., Hirsch, M., Jansen, A., Mross, P., Menzler, K., Habermehl, L., & Knake, S. (2023). Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging connectome features are predictive of functional lateralization of semantic processing in the anterior temporal lobes. Human Brain Mapping, 44(2), 496–508. https://doi.org/10.1002/hbm.26074
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Access URL: https://archiv.ub.uni-marburg.de/es/2024/0229
https://doi.org/10.1002/hbm.26074