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Investigations of Brain Connectivity in Autism - Ep. 674

  • Aired: 01/28/2012
  • 33:20
  • Rating: TV-G
Andrew Alexander, an associate professor in the Dept. of Medical Physics at UW-Madison, discusses his research into the measurements of brain connectivity between different brain areas using both functional MRI and diffusion tensor imaging. The results of this research show that brain connectivity is altered in autism and that connectivity properties change with age.
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