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Relationships Between Sulcal Asymmetries and Corpus Callosum Size: Gender and Handedness Effects

Relationships Between Sulcal Asymmetries and Corpus Callosum Size: Gender and Handedness Effects,10.1093/cercor/13.10.1084,Cerebral Cortex,E. Luders,D

Relationships Between Sulcal Asymmetries and Corpus Callosum Size: Gender and Handedness Effects   (Citations: 45)
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Journal: Cerebral Cortex - CEREB CORTEX , vol. 13, no. 10, pp. 1084-1093, 2003
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    • ...HP is most prominently used as an index for the cerebral organisation of cognitive abilities, especially with regards to language lateralisation (Knecht et al, 2000; Toga & Thompson, 2003; Tzourio-Mazoyer et al, 2009), but it has also been associated with the volume of a number of brain structures such as the corpus callosum, the hippocampus, and the amygdala (Anstey et al, 2004; Luders et al, 2003; Sommer, Aleman, Somers, Boks, & Kahn, 2008; Witelson, 1985), as well as with anatomical asymmetries in the primary sensory and motor cortices of the cerebral cortex (Sun & Walsh, 2006)...

    Marietta Papadatou-Pastouet al. Measuring hand preference: A comparison among different response forma...

    • ...The reports of sex differences in shape and proportional size of the corpus callosum are relatively more consistent (Witelson 1989; Allen et al. 1991; Steinmetz et al. 1992; Driesen and Raz 1995; Bishop and Wahlsten 1997; Davatzikos and Resnick 1998; Luders et al. 2003)...

    Christiana M. Leonardet al. Size Matters: Cerebral Volume Influences Sex Differences in Neuroanato...

    • ...It should be noted that other studies have failed to find handedness differences in corpus callosum morphology (eg, Luders et al, 2003)...

    Stephen D. Christmanet al. Mixed-handed persons are more easily persuaded and are more gullible: ...

    • ...Each of the studies which reported a greater incidence of left-handedness among homosexual people in the Lalumiere et al. review (e.g., Lindesay, 1987; McCormick, Witelson, & Kingstone, 1990) used stringent definitions of right-hand preference and thus broad definitions of left-hand preference, determined by hand-preference testing on extensive lists of manual tasks...

    Sandra F. Witelsonet al. Corpus Callosum Anatomy in Right-Handed Homosexual and Heterosexual Me...

    • ...These studies are on specimens of preserved (formalinfixed) cadaveric brain (de Lacoste-Utamsing & Holloway, 1982; Demeter et al., 1988; Witelson, 1989; Going & Dixson, 1990; Holloway et al., 1993; Banka & Jit, 1996; Salat et al., 1997) or using in vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measurements of various CC indices and ratios (Kertesz et al., 1987; Oppenheim et al., 1987; Byne et al., 1988; Elster et al., 1990; Okamoto et ...
    • ...In recent years most of the available studies on morphometry of CC have been carried out on MRI scans (de Lacoste-Utamsing & Holloway, 1982; Demeter et al., 1988; Witelson, 1989; Going & Dixson, 1990; Holloway et al., 1993; Banka & Jit, 1996; Salat et al., 1997) or using in vivo MRI measurements of various CC indices and ratios (Kertesz et al., 1987; Oppenheim et al., 1987; Byne et al., 1988; Elster et al., 1990; Okamoto et ...
    • ... et al., 1990; Okamoto et al., 1990; Allen et al., 1991; Doraiswamy et al., 1991; Habib et al., 1991; Weis et al., 1993; Pozzilli et al., 1994; Rauch & Jinkins, 1994; Parashos et al., 1995; Kier & Truwit, 1996; Rajapakse et al., 1996; Salat et al., 1997; Bermudez & Zatorre, 2001; Sullivan et al., 2001; Luders et al., 2003; Suganthy et al., 2003; Takeda et al., 2003) while relatively few studies are based on preserved cadaveric brain ...

    Tulika Guptaet al. Corpus callosum morphometry: comparison of fresh brain, preserved brai...

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