Rebecca E. Blanton, Ph.D.

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
"Rebecca Blanton"
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Arthur Toga grad student 2003 UCLA
 (Mapping normal brain development: Age, gender, asymmetry and IQ effects.)
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Marquardt RK, Levitt JG, Blanton RE, et al. (2005) Abnormal development of the anterior cingulate in childhood-onset schizophrenia: a preliminary quantitative MRI study. Psychiatry Research. 138: 221-33
Taylor JL, Blanton RE, Levitt JG, et al. (2005) Superior temporal gyrus differences in childhood-onset schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research. 73: 235-41
Blanton RE, Levitt JG, Peterson JR, et al. (2004) Gender differences in the left inferior frontal gyrus in normal children. Neuroimage. 22: 626-36
Ballmaier M, Toga AW, Siddarth P, et al. (2004) Thought disorder and nucleus accumbens in childhood: a structural MRI study. Psychiatry Research. 130: 43-55
Ballmaier M, Toga AW, Blanton RE, et al. (2004) Anterior cingulate, gyrus rectus, and orbitofrontal abnormalities in elderly depressed patients: an MRI-based parcellation of the prefrontal cortex. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 161: 99-108
Levitt JG, O'Neill J, Blanton RE, et al. (2003) Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging of the brain in childhood autism. Biological Psychiatry. 54: 1355-66
Levitt JG, Blanton RE, Smalley S, et al. (2003) Cortical sulcal maps in autism. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 13: 728-35
Toga AW, Thompson PM, Mega MS, et al. (2001) Probabilistic approaches for atlasing normal and disease-specific brain variability. Anatomy and Embryology. 204: 267-82
Levitt JG, Blanton RE, Caplan R, et al. (2001) Medial temporal lobe in childhood-onset schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research. 108: 17-27
Blanton RE, Levitt JG, Thompson PM, et al. (2001) Mapping cortical asymmetry and complexity patterns in normal children. Psychiatry Research. 107: 29-43
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