corresponding-author articles

# 共同第一作者(co-first author); * 通讯作者(corresponding author)
Su, N.#, Liang, X.#, Zhai, F., Zhou, L., Ni, J., Yao, M., Tian, F., Zhang, S., Jin, Z., Cui, L., Gong, G.*, Zhu, Y.* (2018). The consequence of cerebral small vessel disease: Linking brain atrophy to motor impairment in the elderly. Human Brain Mapping. In press.[PDF]
Cui, Z., Gong, G.* (2018). The effect of machine learning regression algorithms and sample size on individualized behavioral prediction with functional connectivity features. NeuroImage, 178: 622-637.[PDF]
Wei, L.#, Zhong, S.#, Nie, S.*, Gong, G.* (2018). Aberrant development of the asymmetry between hemispheric brain white matter networks in autism spectrum disorder. European Neuropsychopharmacology, 28: 48-62.[PDF]
Cui, Z.#, Su, M.#, Li, L., Shu, H.*, Gong, G.* (2018). Individualized Prediction of Reading Comprehension Ability Using Gray Matter Volume. Cerebral Cortex, 28: 1656-72.[PDF]
Zhao, C., Gong, G.* (2017). Mapping the effect of the X chromosome on the human brain: Neuroimaging evidence from Turner syndrome. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 80: 263-275.[PDF]
Sun, X.#, Song, S.#, Liang, X., Xie, Y., Zhao, C., Zang, Y., Shu, H.*, Gong, G.* (2017). ROBO1 polymorphisms, callosal connectivity, and reading skills. Human Brain Mapping, 38: 2616-26.[PDF] [Cover]
Xie, S.#, Yang, J.#, Zhang, Z.#, Zhao, C., Bi, Y., Zhao, Q., Pan, H., Gong, G.* (2017). The Effects of the X Chromosome on Intrinsic Functional Connectivity in the Human Brain: Evidence from Turner Syndrome Patients. Cerebral Cortex, 27: 474-484.[PDF]
Zhong, S., He, Y., Shu, H., Gong, G.* (2017). Developmental Changes in Topological Asymmetry Between Hemispheric Brain White Matter Networks from Adolescence to Young Adulthood. Cerebral Cortex, 27: 2560-70.[PDF]
Qing , Z., Gong, G.* (2016). Size matters to function:Brain volume correlates with intrinsic brain activity across healthy individuals. NeuroImage, 139: 271-278.[PDF]
Cui, Z., Xia, Z., Su, M., Shu, H.,* Gong, G.* (2016). Disrupted White Matter Connectivity Underlying Developmental Dyslexia: A Machine Learning Approach. Human Brain Mapping, 37: 1443-58.[PDF]
Li, S., Xie. Y., Li, H., Li, X., Zhang, Z., Zhao, Q., Xie, S., Gong, G.* (2016). Morphological Changes of Amygdala in Turner Syndrome Patients.CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics, 22: 194-9.[PDF]
Xie, S., Zhang, Z., Zhao, Q., Zhang, J., Zhong, S., Bi, Y., He, Y., Pan, H., Gong, G.* (2015). The Effects of X Chromosome Loss on Neuroanatomical and Cognitive Phenotypes During Adolescence: a Multi-modal Structural MRI and Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study. Cerebral Cortex, 25: 2842-2853. [PDF]
Chen, Y.#, Li, P.#, Gu, B.#, Liu, Z., Li, X., Evans, A. C., Gong, G.*, Zhang, Z.* (2015). The effects of an APOE promoter polymorphism on human cortical morphology during nondemented aging. The Journal of Neuroscience, 35: 1423-1431.[PDF]
Zhong, S., He, Y., Gong, G.* (2015). Convergence and divergence across construction methods for human brain white matter networks: An assessment based on individual differences. Human Brain Mapping, 36: 1995-2013.[PDF]
Xie, Y.#, Cui, Z.#, Zhang, Z.#, Sun, Y., Sheng, C., Li, K., Gong, G.*, Han, Y.*, Jia, J.* (2015). Identification of amnestic mild cognitive impairment using multi-modal brain features: A combined structural MRI and diffusion tensor imaging study. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 47: 509-522.[PDF]
Cui, Z., Zhao, C., Gong, G.* (2015). Parallel workflow tools to facilitate human brain MRI post-processing. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 9: 171.[PDF]
Yang, S.*, Hua, P., Shang, X., Cui, Z., Zhong, S., Gong, G.*, William Humphreys, G. (2015). Deficiency of brain structural sub-network underlying post-ischaemic stroke apathy. European Journal of Neurology, 22: 341-347.[PDF]
Gong, G.* (2013). Local diffusion homogeneity (LDH): an inter-voxel diffusion MRI metric for assessing inter-subject white matter variability. PloS One, 8: e66366.[PDF]
Cui, Z., Zhong, S., Xu, P., He, Y., Gong, G.* (2013). PANDA: a pipeline toolbox for analyzing brain diffusion images. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7: 42.[PDF]
Li, S., Wang, Y., Xu, P., Pu, F., Li, D., Fan, Y., Gong, G.*, Luo, Y.* (2012). Surface morphology of amygdala is associated with trait anxiety. PloS One, 7: e47817.[PDF]