publication . Other literature type . Doctoral thesis . 2018

Short circuit : How brain connectivity and disconnectivity relate to brain function

Langen, Carolyn;
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  • Published: 18 Apr 2018
  • Publisher: Unpublished
  • Country: Netherlands
markdownabstractThe brain is like a super computer: it is a collection of interconnected computational units which work together to enable both basic functions, such as regulation of breathing, as well as higher functions, such as cognition, thought and emotion. The computational units, or regions, are located in the grey matter (i.e. the cortical surface and in the subcortex), whereas the connections between them, or tracts, are found in the white matter. The development and maintenance of both grey and white matter is essential to brain function. When either tissue type becomes compromised, so too does function. Brain connectivity can non-invasively be derived...
free text keywords: brain, structural connectivity, functional connectivity, connectome, disconnectome, image analysis, ageing, development, visualization, white matter lesion, pathology, heritability, function, cognition, magnetic resonance imaging, resting state fMRI, diffusion tensor imaging, neuroimaging
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