Monthly Archives: April 2014

Predicting individual differences in cognitive gains from videogame training using machine learning analyses of fMRI functional connectivity patterns

CNS 2014 Abstract: Nikolaidis, A., Reggente, N. et al Summary: Using the the task-dependent functional connectivity across nodes within established cortical network from both before and after videogame training, we were able to asses the “plasticity” of these networks as a function of training. The plasticity of these networks, combined with graph theoretical metrics were […]

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Disentangling Disorders of Consciousnes: Insights from DTI and MVPA

CNS 2014 Poster: Zheng, Z., Reggente, N. et al. CNS 2014 Summary: For this poster we used Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) techniques to compute thalamo-cortical probabilistic tractography maps. That is, for every voxel in the Thalamus, we determined every other voxel in the brain’s probabilist structural connectivity with that voxel. We did this for a […]

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