Brain Imaging: fMRI-Cognition, Motion Perception and Function, and Reward Processing

fMRI studies of cognition, motion perception, sensorimotor processing, and reward processing
Friday, May 18, 2012: 10:15 AM-12:15 PM
Grand Ballroom West (Sheraton Centre Toronto)
10:30 AM
Increased Attentional Activation During Reading in ASC: An fMRI Study of Visual Language
J. R. Cooperrider, J. A. Nielsen, J. S. Anderson, A. Froehlich, M. B. DuBray, A. Cariello, A. Alexander, E. D. Bigler, N. Lange and J. E. Lainhart
10:45 AM
Diagnostic Utility of Brain Mechanisms for Processing Biological Motion
N. Wang, M. Björnsdotter, K. A. Pelphrey and M. D. Kaiser
11:00 AM
Atypical Evidence Accumulation in Global Motion Decisions in Autism: Brain and Behavior
C. E. Robertson, C. Thomas, D. Kravitz, E. Dixon, G. L. Wallace, A. Martin, S. Baron-Cohen and C. I. Baker
11:45 AM
Neural Reward System Response to Food Cues in Autism Spectrum Disorders
C. Cascio, J. H. Foss-Feig, J. L. Heacock and C. R. Newsom
12:00 PM
Acute Fluoxetine Leads to Increased Prefrontal Activation in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder During Tasks of Executive Function
K. Chantiluke, A. Smith, N. Barrett, P. Santosh, V. Giampietro, D. G. Murphy and K. Rubia