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Brain-behavior relationships in young traumatic brain injury patients: fractional anisotropy measures are highly correlated with dynamic visuomotor tracking performance

(2010) NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA. 48(5). p.1472-1482
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MOTOR DEFICITS, CEREBRAL-PALSY, TENSOR IMAGES, Motor control, Eye-hand coordination, Manual pursuit, Children, Diffusion tensor imaging, Traumatic brain injury, DIFFUSE AXONAL INJURY, MUTUAL INFORMATION, MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT BATTERY, WHITE-MATTER INJURY, CLOSED-HEAD INJURY, PERIVENTRICULAR LEUKOMALACIA, DT-MRI DATA

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Caeyenberghs, Karen et al. “Brain-behavior Relationships in Young Traumatic Brain Injury Patients: Fractional Anisotropy Measures Are Highly Correlated with Dynamic Visuomotor Tracking Performance.” NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA 48.5 (2010): 1472–1482. Print.
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Caeyenberghs, K., Leemans, A., Geurts, M., Taymans, T., Vander Linden, C., Smits-Engelsman, B., Sunaert, S., et al. (2010). Brain-behavior relationships in young traumatic brain injury patients: fractional anisotropy measures are highly correlated with dynamic visuomotor tracking performance. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 48(5), 1472–1482.
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Caeyenberghs, Karen, A Leemans, M Geurts, T Taymans, Catharine Vander Linden, BCM Smits-Engelsman, S Sunaert, and SP Swinnen. 2010. “Brain-behavior Relationships in Young Traumatic Brain Injury Patients: Fractional Anisotropy Measures Are Highly Correlated with Dynamic Visuomotor Tracking Performance.” Neuropsychologia 48 (5): 1472–1482.
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Caeyenberghs, Karen, A Leemans, M Geurts, T Taymans, Catharine Vander Linden, BCM Smits-Engelsman, S Sunaert, and SP Swinnen. 2010. “Brain-behavior Relationships in Young Traumatic Brain Injury Patients: Fractional Anisotropy Measures Are Highly Correlated with Dynamic Visuomotor Tracking Performance.” Neuropsychologia 48 (5): 1472–1482.
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Caeyenberghs K, Leemans A, Geurts M, Taymans T, Vander Linden C, Smits-Engelsman B, et al. Brain-behavior relationships in young traumatic brain injury patients: fractional anisotropy measures are highly correlated with dynamic visuomotor tracking performance. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA. 2010;48(5):1472–82.
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K. Caeyenberghs et al., “Brain-behavior relationships in young traumatic brain injury patients: fractional anisotropy measures are highly correlated with dynamic visuomotor tracking performance,” NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, vol. 48, no. 5, pp. 1472–1482, 2010.
@article{977235,
  author       = {Caeyenberghs, Karen and Leemans, A and Geurts, M and Taymans, T and Vander Linden, Catharine and Smits-Engelsman, BCM and Sunaert, S and Swinnen, SP},
  issn         = {0028-3932},
  journal      = {NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA},
  keywords     = {MOTOR DEFICITS,CEREBRAL-PALSY,TENSOR IMAGES,Motor control,Eye-hand coordination,Manual pursuit,Children,Diffusion tensor imaging,Traumatic brain injury,DIFFUSE AXONAL INJURY,MUTUAL INFORMATION,MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT BATTERY,WHITE-MATTER INJURY,CLOSED-HEAD INJURY,PERIVENTRICULAR LEUKOMALACIA,DT-MRI DATA},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {1472--1482},
  title        = {Brain-behavior relationships in young traumatic brain injury patients: fractional anisotropy measures are highly correlated with dynamic visuomotor tracking performance},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2010.01.017},
  volume       = {48},
  year         = {2010},
}

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