Zeynep M Saygin
Zeynep M Saygin
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Anatomical connectivity patterns predict face selectivity in the fusiform gyrus
ZM Saygin, DE Osher, K Koldewyn, G Reynolds, JDE Gabrieli, RR Saxe
Nature neuroscience 15 (2), 321, 2012
Predicting treatment response in social anxiety disorder from functional magnetic resonance imaging
O Doehrmann, SS Ghosh, FE Polli, GO Reynolds, F Horn, A Keshavan, ...
JAMA psychiatry 70 (1), 87-97, 2013
Tracking the roots of reading ability: white matter volume and integrity correlate with phonological awareness in prereading and early-reading kindergarten children
ZM Saygin, ES Norton, DE Osher, SD Beach, AB Cyr, O Ozernov-Palchik, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (33), 13251-13258, 2013
Connectivity precedes function in the development of the visual word form area
ZM Saygin, DE Osher, ES Norton, DA Youssoufian, SD Beach, J Feather, ...
Nature neuroscience 19 (9), 1250-1255, 2016
Connectivity-based segmentation of human amygdala nuclei using probabilistic tractography
ZM Saygin, DE Osher, J Augustinack, B Fischl, JDE Gabrieli
Neuroimage 56 (3), 1353-1361, 2011
Brain connectomics predict response to treatment in social anxiety disorder
S Whitfield-Gabrieli, SS Ghosh, A Nieto-Castanon, Z Saygin, ...
Molecular psychiatry 21 (5), 680-685, 2016
Structural connectivity fingerprints predict cortical selectivity for multiple visual categories across cortex
DE Osher, RR Saxe, K Koldewyn, JDE Gabrieli, N Kanwisher, ZM Saygin
Cerebral cortex 26 (4), 1668-1683, 2016
High-resolution magnetic resonance imaging reveals nuclei of the human amygdala: manual segmentation to automatic atlas
ZM Saygin, D Kliemann, JE Iglesias, AJW van der Kouwe, E Boyd, ...
Neuroimage 155, 370-382, 2017
Facephenes and rainbows: causal evidence for functional and anatomical specificity of face and color processing in the human brain
G Schalk, C Kapeller, C Guger, H Ogawa, S Hiroshima, R Lafer-Sousa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (46), 12285-12290, 2017
Structural connectivity of the developing human amygdala
ZM Saygin, DE Osher, K Koldewyn, RE Martin, A Finn, R Saxe, ...
PloS one 10 (4), 2015
Altered resting-state functional connectivity of the frontal-striatal reward system in social anxiety disorder
J Manning, G Reynolds, ZM Saygin, SG Hofmann, M Pollack, ...
PloS one 10 (4), 2015
Integration and segregation of default mode network resting-state functional connectivity in transition-age males with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder
WGS Gagan J, Anteraper SA, Chai XJ, Patil KR, Saygin ZM, Semwal M, Goldin RL ...
Brain Connectivity 7, 558-573, 2017
Impaired frontal-limbic white matter maturation in children at risk for major depression
Y Hung, ZM Saygin, J Biederman, D Hirshfeld-Becker, M Uchida, ...
Cerebral Cortex 27 (9), 4478-4491, 2017
Registration of histology and MRI using blockface as intermediate space
M Reuter, P Sand, K Huber, K Nguyen, Z Saygin, HD Rosas, ...
Hum. Brain Mapping, 2012
Amygdala nuclei volume and shape in military veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder
RA Morey, EK Clarke, CC Haswell, RD Phillips, AN Clausen, MS Mufford, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 5 (3), 281-290, 2020
Cortical selectivity driven by connectivity: Innate connectivity patterns of the visual word form area
J Li, DE Osher, HA Hansen, ZM Saygin
bioRxiv, 712455, 2019
Structural and functional connectivity fingerprints for face, body, scene, and object perception
Z Saygin, N Kanwisher
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 603-603, 2014
Developmental changes in connectivity between the amygdala subnuclei and visual regions
HA Hansen, ZM Saygin
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 117-117, 2019
How mature are connectivity patterns in the neonate brain?
J Li, AL Howell, MR Rhodes, ZM Saygin
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 119d-119d, 2019
Predicting individual reading ability based on anatomical and functional neural connectivity
CB Nabb, HA Hansen, SA Petrill, ZM Saygin
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 120-120, 2019
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