Tag Archives: 2012

OEF/OIF Veterans: PTSD & TBI

Happy to announce that our invited manuscript has been accepted at Neuropsychology Review.  Special thanks to Dr. Sara Dolan at Baylor University for organizing and allowing me to participate on this paper.  There are a lot of great articles published online (ahead of print) on the neurobehavioral and neurocognitive effects of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and Operation New Dawn (OND) in this particular issue.  These wars have been unique and there is a dire need to understand the effects of multiple…

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Caudate Paper Accepted

Meta-analytic connectivity modeling (MACM) of the caudate nucleus using the BrainMap database. Our article about the functional connectivity of the human caudate was recently accepted by NeuroImage, in an incredibly timely fashion (thank you to the Editors of that journal – viagra generic canada what a scientific treat)!  This paper has relevance to clinical neuroscience as the caudate has been implicated in a number of disorders.  The caudate has had a reputation of being involved primarily in motor function, and thus it has been the…

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