Scott K. Holland mainly focuses on Magnetic resonance imaging, Neuroscience, Lateralization of brain function, Developmental psychology and White matter. The various areas that Scott K. Holland examines in his Magnetic resonance imaging study include Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Pathology, Histology. His studies deal with areas such as Independent component analysis, Laterality and Neuroimaging as well as Functional magnetic resonance imaging.
Cognitive psychology and Audiology are the two main areas of interest in his Lateralization of brain function studies. As part of his studies on Developmental psychology, he often connects relevant subjects like Brain mapping. His White matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diffusion MRI and Human brain.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Audiology, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Neuroscience, Magnetic resonance imaging and Developmental psychology. While the research belongs to areas of Audiology, Scott K. Holland spends his time largely on the problem of Diffusion MRI, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Surgery and Traumatic brain injury. His Functional magnetic resonance imaging research focuses on subjects like Cognition, which are linked to Resting state fMRI.
Scott K. Holland works in the field of Magnetic resonance imaging, namely White matter. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on White matter, concentrating on Hydrocephalus and intersecting with Fractional anisotropy, Internal capsule and Neuropsychology. Scott K. Holland combines subjects such as Active listening and Reading with his study of Developmental psychology.
Scott K. Holland mostly deals with Audiology, Cognition, Developmental psychology, Fractional anisotropy and Functional magnetic resonance imaging. The study incorporates disciplines such as Neurocognitive, Precuneus and Aphasia in addition to Audiology. The concepts of his Developmental psychology study are interwoven with issues in Functional connectivity, Active listening and Reading.
His Fractional anisotropy research is included under the broader classification of White matter. His Functional magnetic resonance imaging study combines topics in areas such as Language development, Cochlear implant, Neuroimaging and Cognitive development. His Neuroimaging course of study focuses on Brain mapping and Lateralization of brain function, Pathology, Cortex, Brain activity and meditation and Artificial intelligence.
His primary scientific interests are in Cognition, Developmental psychology, Association, Fractional anisotropy and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Active listening, Shared reading, Bipolar disorder, Anterior cingulate cortex and Age related. Research on Diffusion MRI and White matter is a part of his Fractional anisotropy study.
In the field of White matter, his study on Radial diffusivity overlaps with subjects such as Imaging data. In Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Scott K. Holland works on issues like Neurology, which are connected to Temporal lobe, Epilepsy surgery, Epilepsy, Spatial memory and Verbal memory. Scott K. Holland works mostly in the field of Brain mapping, limiting it down to concerns involving Pattern recognition and, occasionally, Neuroimaging and Neuroscience.
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NMR relaxation times in the human brain at 3.0 tesla.
Janaka P. Wansapura;Scott K. Holland;R. Scott Dunn;William S. Ball.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (1999)
Correlation of White Matter Diffusivity and Anisotropy with Age during Childhood and Adolescence: A Cross-sectional Diffusion-Tensor MR Imaging Study
Vincent J. Schmithorst;Marko Wilke;Bernard J. Dardzinski;Scott K. Holland.
Normal fMRI brain activation patterns in children performing a verb generation task.
Scott K. Holland;Elena Plante;Anna Weber Byars;Richard H. Strawsburg.
Cognitive functions correlate with white matter architecture in a normal pediatric population: A diffusion tensor MRI study
Vincent J. Schmithorst;Marko Wilke;Marko Wilke;Bernard J. Dardzinski;Scott K. Holland.
Human Brain Mapping (2005)
Cerebral ischemia-hypoxia induces intravascular coagulation and autophagy.
Faisal Adhami;Faisal Adhami;Guanghong Liao;Yury M. Morozov;Aryn Schloemer.
American Journal of Pathology (2006)
fMRI of neuronal activation with symptom provocation in unmedicated patients with obsessive compulsive disorder.
Caleb M Adler;Patricia McDonough-Ryan;Kenji W Sax;Scott K Holland.
Journal of Psychiatric Research (2000)
Template-O-Matic: A toolbox for creating customized pediatric templates
Marko Wilke;Scott K. Holland;Mekibib Altaye;Christian Gaser.
fMRI study of language lateralization in children and adults.
Jerzy P. Szaflarski;Scott K. Holland;Vincent J. Schmithorst;Anna W. Byars.
Human Brain Mapping (2006)
A Preliminary fMRI Study of Sustained Attention in Euthymic, Unmedicated Bipolar Disorder
Stephen M Strakowski;Caleb M Adler;Scott K Holland;Neil Mills.
Developmental Differences in White Matter Architecture Between Boys and Girls
Vincent J. Schmithorst;Scott K. Holland;Bernard J. Dardzinski.
Human Brain Mapping (2008)
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