Donald G. McLaren

"Donald McLaren"
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Sterling C. Johnson grad student 2010 UW Madison
 (Neurophysiological and neuroanatomical methods for understanding aging, memory, and apolipoprotein E.)
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Mitchell MB, Shirk SD, McLaren DG, et al. (2015) Recognition of faces and names: multimodal physiological correlates of memory and executive function. Brain Imaging and Behavior
Dagley A, LaPoint M, Huijbers W, et al. (2015) Harvard Aging Brain Study: Dataset and accessibility. Neuroimage
Konishi M, McLaren DG, Engen H, et al. (2015) Shaped by the past: The default mode network supports cognition that is independent of immediate perceptual input Plos One. 10
Schultz AP, Chhatwal JP, Huijbers W, et al. (2014) Template based rotation: a method for functional connectivity analysis with a priori templates. Neuroimage. 102: 620-36
McLaren DG, Sperling RA, Atri A. (2014) Flexible modulation of network connectivity related to cognition in Alzheimer's disease. Neuroimage. 100: 544-57
Huijbers W, Mormino EC, Wigman SE, et al. (2014) Amyloid deposition is linked to aberrant entorhinal activity among cognitively normal older adults. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 5200-10
Nicholas CR, McLaren DG, Gawrysiak MJ, et al. (2014) Functional neuroimaging of personally-relevant stimuli in a paediatric case of impaired awareness. Brain Injury. 28: 1135-8
Jan RK, Lin JC, McLaren DG, et al. (2014) The effects of methylphenidate on cognitive control in active methamphetamine dependence using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 5: 20
Ly M, Canu E, Xu G, et al. (2014) Midlife measurements of white matter microstructure predict subsequent regional white matter atrophy in healthy adults. Human Brain Mapping. 35: 2044-54
Ward AM, McLaren DG, Schultz AP, et al. (2013) Daytime sleepiness is associated with decreased default mode network connectivity in both young and cognitively intact elderly subjects. Sleep. 36: 1609-15
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