Helen Barbas

Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Systems Neuroscience, Neuroanatomy
"Helen Barbas"
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Wang J, John Y, Barbas H. (2020) Pathways for Contextual Memory: The Primate Hippocampal Pathway to Anterior Cingulate Cortex. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Joyce MKP, García-Cabezas MÁ, John YJ, et al. (2020) Serial prefrontal pathways are positioned to balance cognition and emotion in primates. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Wells AM, García-Cabezas MÁ, Barbas H. (2020) Topological atlas of the hypothalamus in adult rhesus monkey. Brain Structure & Function
Timbie C, García-Cabezas MÁ, Zikopoulos B, et al. (2020) Organization of primate amygdalar-thalamic pathways for emotions. Plos Biology. 18: e3000639
García-Cabezas MÁ, Zikopoulos B, Barbas H. (2019) The Structural Model: a theory linking connections, plasticity, pathology, development and evolution of the cerebral cortex. Brain Structure & Function
John YJ, Zikopoulos B, Bullock D, et al. (2018) Visual Attention Deficits in Schizophrenia Can Arise From Inhibitory Dysfunction in Thalamus or Cortex. Computational Psychiatry (Cambridge, Mass.). 2: 223-257
Barbas H, Wang J, Joyce MKP, et al. (2018) Pathway mechanism for excitatory and inhibitory control in working memory. Journal of Neurophysiology
Zikopoulos B, Liu X, Tepe J, et al. (2018) Opposite development of short- and long-range anterior cingulate pathways in autism. Acta Neuropathologica
García-Cabezas MÁ, Barbas H, Zikopoulos B. (2018) Parallel Development of Chromatin Patterns, Neuron Morphology, and Connections: Potential for Disruption in Autism. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 12: 70
Zikopoulos B, García-Cabezas MÁ, Barbas H. (2018) Parallel trends in cortical gray and white matter architecture and connections in primates allow fine study of pathways in humans and reveal network disruptions in autism. Plos Biology. 16: e2004559
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