The waveform to the ‘nogo’ stimulus showed higher amplitude compared to that to the ‘go’. Compared to healthy control subjects, increased ‘nogo’ amplitude was observed. The latency and reaction time are in the normal range.
An example of multi-tensor tractography applied to a CCNC data.
Multi-tensor methods : Malcolm et al., 2011 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3045040)
An example image from a segmentation of thalamus using diffusion connectivity-based segmentation.
Red area denotes the region with high connection to orbitofrontal cortex, where Blue area shows the region with high connection to lateral temporal cortex.
Using Freesurfer (http://freesurfer.net) software and CCNC in-house script in python, summarize a individual’s cortical thickness in different parts of cortex.
The dotted line behind represents an average of healthy controls.