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    • An open resource for non-human primate imaging 

      Milham, Michael P.; Ai, Lei; Koo, Bonhwang; Xu, Ting; Amiez, Céline; Balezeau, Fabien; Baxter, Mark G.; Blezer, Erwin L.A.; Brochier, Thomas; Chen, Aihua; Croxson, Paula L.; Damatac, Christienne G.; Dehaene, Stanislas; Everling, Stefan; Fair, Damian A.; Fleysher, Lazar; Freiwald, Winrich; Froudist-Walsh, Sean; Griffiths, Timothy D.; Guedj, Carole; Hadj-Bouziane, Fadila; Ben Hamed, Suliann; Harel, Noam; Hiba, Bassem; Jarraya, Bechir; Jung, Benjamin; Kastner, Sabine; Klink, P. Christiaan; Kwok, Sze Chai; Laland, Kevin N.; Leopold, David A.; Lindenfors, Patrik; Mars, Rogier B.; Menon, Ravi S.; Messinger, Adam; Meunier, Martine; Mok, Kelvin; Morrison, John H.; Nacef, Jennifer; Nagy, Jamie; Rios, Michael Ortiz; Petkov, Christopher I.; Pinsk, Mark; Poirier, Colline; Procyk, Emmanuel; Rajimehr, Reza; Reader, Simon M.; Roelfsema, Pieter R.; Rudko, David A.; Rushworth, Matthew F.S.; Russ, Brian E.; Sallet, Jerome; Schmid, Michael Christoph; Schwiedrzik, Caspar M.; Seidlitz, Jakob; Sein, Julien; Shmuel, Amir; Sullivan, Elinor L.; Ungerleider, Leslie; Thiele, Alexander; Todorov, Orlin S.; Tsao, Doris; Wang, Zheng; Wilson, Charles R.E.; Yacoub, Essa; Ye, Frank Q.; Zarco, Wilbert; Zhou, Yong-di; Margulies, Daniel S.; Schroeder, Charles E. (2018-10-10) - Journal article
      Non-human primate neuroimaging is a rapidly growing area of research that promises to transform and scale translational and cross-species comparative neuroscience. Unfortunately, the technological and methodological advances ...
    • Primate brain anatomy : new volumetric MRI measurements for neuroanatomical studies 

      Navarrete, Ana F.; Blezer, Erwin L.A.; Pagnotta, Murillo; de Viet, Elizabeth S.M.; Todorov, Orlin S.; Lindenfors, Patrik; Laland, Kevin N.; Reader, Simon M. (2018-07) - Journal article
      Since the publication of the primate brain volumetric dataset of Stephan and colleagues in the early 1980s, no major new comparative datasets covering multiple brain regions and a large number of primate species have become ...