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Hutchison, J.L., Hubbard, N.A., Brigante, R.M., Turner, M., Sandoval, T.I., Hillis, G.A.J., Weaver, T. and Rypma, B.  (2014).  The efficiency of region of interest analysis methods for detecting group differences in fMRI.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods.

Hubbard, N.A., Hutchison, J.L, Motes, M.A., Shokri-Kojori, E., Bennett, I.J., Brigante, R.M., Haley, R.W., & Rypma, B. (2014). Central executive dysfunction and deferred prefrontal processing in veterans with Gulf War Illness. Clinical Psychological Science.

Kannurpatti, S.S., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B.  (2014).  Assessment of unconstrained cerebrovascular reactivity markers for large age-range fMRI studies.  PLoS One.

Di, X., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B.  (2014).  Correspondence of Executive Function Related Functional and Anatomical Alterations in Aging Brain.  Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 48C, 41-50.

Yuan, R., Di, X., Kim, E.H., Barik, S., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B. (2013).  Regional homogeneity of resting-state fMRI contributes to both neurovascular and task activation variations.  Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Di, X., Kannurpatti, S.S., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B.  (2013).  Calibrating BOLD fMRI activation with neurovascular and anatomical constraints.  Cerebral Cortex, 23, 255-263.

Bennett, I.J., Rivera, H.G. and Rypma, B.  (2013).  Isolating age-group differences in working memory load-related neural activity:  Assessing the contribution of working memory capacity using a partial-trial fMRI method.  Neuroimage, 72, 20-32.

Hutchison, J.L., Shokri-Kojori, E., Lu, H. and Rypma, B.  (2013).  A BOLD perspective on age-related flow-metabolism coupling and neural efficiency changes in human visual cortex.  Frontiers in Psychology, 4:244.

Bennett, I.J. and Rypma, B.  (2013).  Advances in functional neuroanatomy: A review of combined DTI and fMRI studies in healthy younger and older adults.  Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 37, 1201-1210.

Hutchison, J.L., Lu, H. and Rypma, B. (2012).  Neural mechanisms of age-related slowing:  The ΔCBF/ΔCMRO2 ratio mediates age-differences in BOLD signal and human performance.  Cerebral Cortex.

Shokri-Kojori, E., Motes, M., Rypma, B. and Krawczyk, D. (2012). The network architecture of cortical processing in visuo-spatial reasoning. Nature Scientific Reports, 2, 411.

Di, X., Kannurpatti, S.S., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B.  (2012). Calibrating BOLD fMRI activation with neurovascular and anatomical constraints.  Cerebral Cortex.

Kannurpatti, S.S., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B.  (2012). Prediction of task-related BOLD fMRI with amplitude signatures of resting-state fMRI.  Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 6:7.

Hutchison, J.L., Hubbard, T.L., Ferrandino, B., Brigante, R., Wright, J.M., & Rypma, B. (2012). Auditory memory distortion for spoken prose. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38(6), 1469-89.

Bennett, I.J., Motes, M.A., Rao, N.K. and Rypma, B.  (2012). Relationships between white matter integrity and visual search in healthy aging. Neurobiology of Aging, 33, 433.e21-e31.

Prabhakaran, V., Rypma B., Narayanan, N.S., Meier, T.B., Austin, B.P., Nair, V.A., Naing, L., Thomas, L.E. and Gabrieli, J.D.  (2011).  Capacity-speed relationships in prefrontal cortex.  PLoS One, 6, e27504.

Lu, H., Hutchison, J., Xu, F. and Rypma, B.  (2011). The relationship between M in calibrated fMRI and the physiologic modulators of fMRI.  Open Neuroimage Journal.

Kannurpatti, S.S., Motes, M.A., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B.  (2011).  Non-neural BOLD variability in block and event-related paradigms.  Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 29, 140-146.

Kannurpatti, S.S., Motes, M.A., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B.  (2011).  Hypercapnic scalability of the fMRI-BOLD signal in blocked and event-related design paradigms.  Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 29, 140-146.

Motes, M.A., Biswal, B.B. and Rypma, B.  (2011).  Age-dependent relationships between prefrontal cortex activation and processing speed.  Cognitive Neuroscience, 2, 1-10.

Kannurpatti, S.S., Motes, M.A., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B. (2010).
Hypercapnic scalability of the fMRI-BOLD signal in blocked and event-related design paradigms. Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Motes, M.A., Biswal, B.B. and Rypma, B. (2010).
Age-dependent relationships between prefrontal cortex activation and processing efficiency. Cognitive Neuroscience.

Kannurpatti, S.S., Motes, M.A., Rypma, B. and Biswal, B.B. (2010).
Hemodynamic scaling reveals true age-related neural activity differences. Human Brain Mapping.

Biswal, B.B., Eldreth, D.A., Motes, M.A. and Rypma, B. (2010).
Task-dependent individual differences in prefrontal connectivity. Cerebral Cortex.

Kannurpatti, S.S., Motes, M.A., Rypma, B., and Biswal, B.B. (2010).
Neural and vascular variability and the fMRI-BOLD response in normal aging. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 28, 466-476.

Motes, M.A. and Rypma, B. (2010).
Working memory component processes: Isolating BOLD signal-changes. Neuroimage, 49, 1933-1941.

Rypma, B. and Prabhakaran, V. (2009).
When less is more and when more is more: The mediating roles of capacity and speed in brain-behavior efficiency. Intelligence, 37, 207-222.

Motes, M. A., Shokri Kojori, E., Rao, N.K., Bennett, I.J., & Rypma, B. (2010).
Using fMRI to examine the brain-bases of working memory. In F. Columbus (Ed.), Working Memory: Capacity, Developments, and Improvement Techniques. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publishers.

Patterson MD, Bly BM, Porcelli AJ, Rypma B.
Visual working memory for global, object, and part-based information. Mem Cognit. 2007 Jun;35(4):738-51.

Biswal BB, Kannurpatti SS, Rypma B.
Hemodynamic scaling of fMRI-BOLD signal: validation of low-frequency spectral amplitude as a scalability factor. Magn Reson Imaging. 2007 Dec;25(10):1358-69. Epub 2007 May 4.

Rypma B, Eldreth DA, Rebbechi D.
Age-related differences in activation-performance relations in delayed-response tasks: a multiple component analysis. Cortex. 2007 Jan;43(1):65-76.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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