Sean Froudist-Walsh
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An open resource for non-human primate imaging
MP Milham, L Ai, B Koo, T Xu, C Amiez, F Balezeau, MG Baxter, ...
Neuron 100 (1), 61-74. e2, 2018
Frontal networks in adults with autism spectrum disorder
M Catani, F Dell’Acqua, S Budisavljevic, H Howells, ...
Brain 139 (2), 616-630, 2016
Dysconnectivity of neurocognitive networks at rest in very-preterm born adults
TP White, I Symington, NP Castellanos, PJ Brittain, S Froudist-Walsh, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 4, 352-365, 2014
Accelerating the evolution of nonhuman primate neuroimaging
M Milham, CI Petkov, DS Margulies, CE Schroeder, MA Basso, P Belin, ...
Neuron 105 (4), 600-603, 2020
Recovery from post-stroke aphasia: lessons from brain imaging and implications for rehabilitation and biological treatments.
ML Berthier, N García-Casares, S Froudist-Walsh, A Nabrozidis, ...
Discovery medicine 12 (65), 275, 2011
Volumetric grey matter alterations in adolescents and adults born very preterm suggest accelerated brain maturation
VR Karolis, S Froudist-Walsh, J Kroll, PJ Brittain, CEJ Tseng, KW Nam, ...
NeuroImage 163, 379-389, 2017
Reinforcement of the brain's rich-club architecture following early neurodevelopmental disruption caused by very preterm birth
VR Karolis, S Froudist-Walsh, PJ Brittain, J Kroll, G Ball, AD Edwards, ...
Cerebral Cortex 26 (3), 1322-1335, 2016
Alterations in cortical thickness development in preterm-born individuals: Implications for high-order cognitive functions
KW Nam, N Castellanos, A Simmons, S Froudist-Walsh, MP Allin, ...
NeuroImage 115, 64-75, 2015
A dopamine gradient controls access to distributed working memory in the large-scale monkey cortex
S Froudist-Walsh, DP Bliss, X Ding, L Rapan, M Niu, K Knoblauch, ...
Neuron 109 (21), 3500-3520. e13, 2021
Combining brain perturbation and neuroimaging in non-human primates
PC Klink, JF Aubry, VP Ferrera, AS Fox, S Froudist-Walsh, B Jarraya, ...
NeuroImage 235, 118017, 2021
Model of music cognition and amusia.
N García-Casares, TML Berthier, S Froudist-Walsh, P González-Santos
Neurologia (Barcelona, Spain), 2011
Real-life impact of executive function impairments in adults who were born very preterm
J Kroll, V Karolis, PJ Brittain, CEJ Tseng, S Froudist-Walsh, RM Murray, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 23 (5), 381-389, 2017
Alterations in development of hippocampal and cortical memory mechanisms following very preterm birth
C Nosarti, S Froudist‐Walsh
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 58, 35-45, 2016
Interindividual variability of functional connectivity in awake and anesthetized rhesus macaque monkeys
T Xu, D Sturgeon, JSB Ramirez, S Froudist-Walsh, DS Margulies, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 4 (6), 543-553, 2019
Altered resting-state functional connectivity in emotion-processing brain regions in adults who were born very preterm
C Papini, TP White, A Montagna, PJ Brittain, S Froudist-Walsh, J Kroll, ...
Psychological Medicine 46 (14), 3025-3039, 2016
Road work on memory lane—functional and structural alterations to the learning and memory circuit in adults born very preterm
P Salvan*, S Froudist-Walsh*, MPG Allin, M Walshe, RM Murray, ...
Neuroimage 102, 152-161, 2014
Hidden word learning capacity through orthography in aphasia
LM Tuomiranta, E Camara, S Froudist-Walsh, P Ripolles, JP Saunavaara, ...
Cortex 50, 174-191, 2014
The Effect Of Perinatal Brain Injury On Dopaminergic Function And Hippocampal Volume In Adult Life
S Froudist-Walsh, MAP Bloomfield, M Veronese, J Kroll, V Karolis, ...
eLife 6, e29088, 2017
Foreign accent syndrome: a multimodal evaluation in the search of neuroscience-driven treatments
I Moreno-Torres, ML Berthier, M del Mar Cid, C Green, A Gutiérrez, ...
Neuropsychologia 51 (3), 520-537, 2013
Very early brain damage leads to remodeling of the working memory system in adulthood: a combined fMRI/tractography study
S Froudist-Walsh, V Karolis, C Caldinelli, PJ Brittain, J Kroll, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (48), 15787-15799, 2015
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