|Neuroimaging in Developmental Clinical Neuroscience||
|Edited by: Judith M. Rumsey ,National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland, Monique Ernst,National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland||
Modern neuroimaging offers tremendous opportunities for gaining
insights into normative development and a wide array of developmental
neuropsychiatric disorders. Focusing on ontogeny, this text covers
basic processes involved in both healthy and atypical maturation, and
also addresses the range of neuroimaging techniques most widely used
for studying children. This book will enable you to understand
normative structural and functional brain maturation and the mechanisms
underlying basic developmental processes; become familiar with current
knowledge and hypotheses concerning the neural bases of developmental
neuropsychiatric disorders; and learn about neuroimaging techniques,
including their unique strengths and limitations. Coverage includes
normal developmental processes, atypical processing in developmental
neuropsychiatric disorders, ethical issues, neuroimaging techniques and
their integration with psychopharmacologic and molecular genetic
research approaches, and future directions. This comprehensive volume
is an essential resource for neurologists, neuropsychologists,
psychiatrists, pediatricians, and radiologists concerned with normal
development and developmental neuropsychiatric disorders.
Table of contents:
Contents; List of contributors; Foreword; Preface;
Section 1. Normal developmental processes: Introduction to Section 1;
1. Morphological development of the brain: what has imaging told us?
Lisa H. Lu and Elizabeth R. Sowell; 2. Neural correlates of the
development of cognitive control Silvia A. Bunge and Eveline A. Crone;
3. Neurobiology of emotion regulation in children and adults Ian H.
Gotlib and Jutta Joormann; 4. Goal-directed behavior: evolution and
ontogeny Monique Ernst and Michael G. Hardin; 5. Charting brain
mechanisms for the development of social cognition Kevin A. Pelphrey
and Susan B. Perlman; 6. Language and the developing brain: insights
from neuroimaging Kristin McNealy, Mirella Dapretto and Susan
Bookheimer; Section 2. Atypical processes in developmental
neuropsychiatric disorders: introduction to Section 2; 7. A
pathophysiology of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: clues from
neuroimaging Jeffery N. Epstein; 8. Brain imaging and autism spectrum
disorders Monica Zilbovicius, Nathalie Boddaert and Nadia Chabane; 9.
Neuroimaging of schizophrenia and its development Matcheri S. Keshavan,
Vaibhav A. Diwadkar, Konasale Prasad and Jeffrey A. Stanley; 10.
Cortico-limbic development in bipolar disorder: A neuroimaging view
Jessica H. Kalmar, Maulik P. Shah and Hilary P. Blumberg; 11. Anxiety
and depressive disorders Daniel S. Pine; 12. Disturbances of
frontostriatal circuits in Tourette syndrome and obsessive-compulsive
disorder Rachel Marsh, Daniel A. Gorman, Jason M. Royal and Bradley S.
Peterson; 13. From genes to brain to behavior: the case of fragile X
syndrome Susan M. Rivera and Allan L. Reiss; 14. Alcohol exposure and
the developing human brain James M. Bjork; 15. Neuroimaging as a tool
for unlocking developmental pathophysiology in anorexia and bulimia
nervosa Guido K. W. Frank and Walter H. Kaye; Section 3. Ethical
issues: Introduction to Section 3; 16. Legal and ethical considerations
in pediatric neuroimaging research Clinton D. Hermes; Section 4.
Techniques and integration with other research approaches: Introduction
to Section 4; 17. BOLD fMRI: an update with emphasis on pediatric
applications Liat Levita, Rebecca M. Jones and B. J. Casey; 18.
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy: methods and applications in
developmental clinical neuroscience Marisa M. Silveri, Deborah
Yurgelun-Todd and Perry Renshaw; 19. Diffusion tensor imaging in
developmental clinical neuroscience Dae-Shik Kim; 20. Arterial spin
labeling perfusion MRI in developmental neuroscience Jiong-Jiong Wang,
Hengyi Rao and John A. Detre; 21. Neuroimaging of treatment effects in
developmental neuropsychiatric disorders Steven R. Pliszka and David C.
Glahn; 22. Functional alleles, neuroimaging and intermediate phenotypes
in the deconstruction of complex behavioral variation David Goldman,
Beata Buzas and Ke Xu; Section 5. Progress and future directions:
introduction to Section 5; 23. Neuroimaging in developmental clinical
neuroscience today Judith M. Rumsey and Monique Ernst; Glossary of
imaging and genetic terms; Appendix A. Functional MRI educational
resources and software; Appendix B. Neuroinformatics and neuroethics
|Edited by: Judith M. Rumsey ,National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland, Monique Ernst,National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland