Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

  1. Kleinhans, N.M., Reilly, M., Blake, M., Greco, G., Sweigert, J., Davis, G.E., Velasquez, F., Reitz, F., Schusterman, D., & Dager, S.R. FMRI correlates of olfactory processing in typically-developing school-aged children. Psychiatry Res Neuroimaging, 2019

  2. Pagulayan, K.F., Petrie, E.C., Cook, D.G., Hendrickson, R.C., Rau, H., Reilly, M., Mayer, C., Meabon, J.S., Raskind, M.A., Peskind, E.R., Kleinhans, N.M. Effect of blast-related mTBI on the working memory system: a resting state fMRI study. Brain Imaging Behav., 2018

  3. Velasquez, F., Quin, X.A., Reilly, M.A., Neuhaus E., Estes, A., Aylward, E., Kleinhans, N.M. Neural correlates of emotional inhibitory control in autism spectrum disorders. Res Dev Disabil, 2017

  4. Prat, C.S., Stocco, A., Neuhaus, E., & Kleinhans, N.M. Basal ganglia impairments in autism spectrum disorders are related to abnormal signal gating in prefrontal cortex.Neuropsychologia, 2016

  5. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Alterations in Connectivity on Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Provocation of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms: A MAPP Research Network Feasibility Study of Urological Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes. J Urol, 2016. 195(3): p. 639-45.

  6. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Altered Dynamics of the fMRI Response to Faces in Individuals with Autism. J Autism Dev Disord, 2016. 46(1): p. 232-41.

  7. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Subregional differences in intrinsic amygdala hyperconnectivity and hypoconnectivity in autism spectrum disorder. Autism Res, 2015.

  8. Weaver, K.E., et al., Posterior Cingulate Lactate as a Metabolic Biomarker in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment. Biomed Res Int, 2015. 2015: p. 610605.

  9. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Age-related abnormalities in white matter microstructure in autism spectrum disorders. Brain Res, 2012. 1479: p. 1-16.

  10. Roth, C.L., et al., Functional neuroimaging in craniopharyngioma: a useful tool to better understand hypothalamic obesity? Obes Facts, 2012. 5(2): p. 243-53.

  11. Schur, E.A., et al., Acquired differences in brain responses among monozygotic twins discordant for restrained eating. Physiol Behav, 2012. 105(2): p. 560-7.

  12. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., fMRI evidence of neural abnormalities in the subcortical face processing system in ASD. Neuroimage, 2011. 54(1): p. 697-704.

  13. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Association between amygdala response to emotional faces and social anxiety in autism spectrum disorders. Neuropsychologia, 2010. 48(12): p. 3665-70.

  14. Schur, E.A., et al., Activation in brain energy regulation and reward centers by food cues varies with choice of visual stimulus. Int J Obes (Lond), 2009. 33(6): p. 653-61.

  15. Corrigan, N.M., et al., An investigation of the relationship between fMRI and ERP source localized measurements of brain activity during face processing. Brain Topogr, 2009. 22(2): p. 83-96.

  16. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Brief report: biochemical correlates of clinical impairment in high functioning autism and Asperger's disorder. J Autism Dev Disord, 2009. 39(7): p. 1079-86.

  17. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Reduced neural habituation in the amygdala and social impairments in autism spectrum disorders. Am J Psychiatry, 2009. 166(4): p. 467-75.

  18. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Atypical functional lateralization of language in autism spectrum disorders. Brain Res, 2008. 1221: p. 115-25.

  19. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Abnormal functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorders during face processing. Brain, 2008. 131(Pt 4): p. 1000-12.

  20. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., N-acetyl aspartate in autism spectrum disorders: regional effects and relationship to fMRI activation. Brain Res, 2007. 1162: p. 85-97.

  21. Kleinhans, N.M., et al., Increased amygdala activation to neutral faces is associated with better face memory performance. Neuroreport, 2007. 18(10): p. 987-91.

  22. Gaffrey, M.S., et al., Atypical [corrected] participation of visual cortex during word processing in autism: an fMRI study of semantic decision. Neuropsychologia, 2007. 45(8): p. 1672-84.

  23. Kleinhans, N.M., Akshoomoff, N., and Delis, D.C., Executive functions in autism and Asperger's disorder: flexibility, fluency, and inhibition. Dev Neuropsychol, 2005. 27(3): p. 379-401.

  24. Muller, R.A., et al., Abnormal variability and distribution of functional maps in autism: an FMRI study of visuomotor learning. Am J Psychiatry, 2003. 160(10): p. 1847-62.

  25. Muller, R.A., Kleinhans N.M., and Courchesne, E., Linguistic theory and neuroimaging evidence: an fMRI study of Broca's area in lexical semantics. Neuropsychologia, 2003. 41(9): p. 1199-207.

  26. Muller, R.A., et al., Functional MRI of motor sequence acquisition: effects of learning stage and performance. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 2002. 14(2): p. 277-93.

  27. Muller, R.A., Kleinhans N.M., and Courchesne E., Broca's area and the discrimination of frequency transitions: a functional MRI study. Brain Lang, 2001. 76(1): p. 70-6.

  28. Adalsteinsson, E., et al., Longitudinal decline of the neuronal marker N-acetyl aspartate in Alzheimer's disease. Lancet, 2000. 355(9216): p. 1696-.