Zeynep M. Saygin

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Development, vision,diffusion, connectome, Neuroimaging, tractography
"Zeynep Saygin"
Mean distance: 13.02 (cluster 23)


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John D.E. Gabrieli grad student 2007-2012 MIT
Rebecca Saxe grad student 2007-2012 MIT
Nancy Kanwisher post-doc 2012- MIT


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Kelly J Hiersche grad student
Jin Li grad student
Heather A Hansen grad student 2017- Ohio State
Fiona Molloy grad student 2020- Ohio State


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Bruce Fischl collaborator MIT
David E. Osher collaborator MIT
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Molloy MF, Saygin ZM, Osher DE. (2024) Predicting high-level visual areas in the absence of task fMRI. Scientific Reports. 14: 11376
Hansen HA, Leber AB, Saygin ZM. (2024) The effect of misophonia on cognitive and social judgments. Plos One. 19: e0299698
Molloy MF, Yu E, Mattson W, et al. (2023) Effect of Extremely Preterm Birth on Adolescent Brain Network Organization. Brain Connectivity
Schettini E, Hiersche KJ, Saygin ZM. (2023) Individual variability in performance reflects selectivity of the multiple demand network among children and adults. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Li J, Kean H, Fedorenko E, et al. (2023) Intact reading ability despite lacking a canonical visual word form area in an individual born without the left superior temporal lobe. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 1-27
Hansen HA, Stefancin P, Leber AB, et al. (2022) Neural evidence for non-orofacial triggers in mild misophonia. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 880759
Hung A, Morningstar M, Mattson WI, et al. (2021) Atypical age-related changes in the structure of the mentalizing network in children with refractory focal epilepsy. Epilepsy Research. 175: 106701
Hansen HA, Leber AB, Saygin ZM. (2021) What sound sources trigger misophonia? Not just chewing and breathing. Journal of Clinical Psychology
Li J, Osher DE, Hansen HA, et al. (2020) Innate connectivity patterns drive the development of the visual word form area. Scientific Reports. 10: 18039
Hansen HA, Li J, Saygin ZM. (2020) Adults vs. neonates: Differentiation of functional connectivity between the basolateral amygdala and occipitotemporal cortex. Plos One. 15: e0237204
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