Aarthi Padmanabhan
Aarthi Padmanabhan
Scientific Research Director, Stanford University
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What has fMRI told us about the development of cognitive control through adolescence?
B Luna, A Padmanabhan, K O’Hearn
Brain and cognition 72 (1), 101-113, 2010
7702010
Developmental changes in brain function underlying the influence of reward processing on inhibitory control
A Padmanabhan, CF Geier, SJ Ordaz, T Teslovich, B Luna
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 1 (4), 517-529, 2011
1582011
The default mode network in autism
A Padmanabhan, CJ Lynch, M Schaer, V Menon
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 2 (6), 476-486, 2017
1162017
The teenage brain: cognitive control and motivation
B Luna, DJ Paulsen, A Padmanabhan, C Geier
Current directions in psychological science 22 (2), 94-100, 2013
782013
Age related changes in striatal resting state functional connectivity in autism
A Padmanabhan, A Lynn, W Foran, B Luna, K O'Hearn
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 814, 2013
712013
Developmental imaging genetics: linking dopamine function to adolescent behavior
A Padmanabhan, B Luna
Brain and Cognition 89, 27-38, 2014
612014
Sex differences in cortical volume and gyrification in autism
M Schaer, J Kochalka, A Padmanabhan, K Supekar, V Menon
Molecular autism 6 (1), 42, 2015
542015
Temporal dynamics and developmental maturation of salience, default and central-executive network interactions revealed by variational Bayes hidden Markov modeling
S Ryali, K Supekar, T Chen, J Kochalka, W Cai, J Nicholas, ...
PLoS computational biology 12 (12), e1005138, 2016
442016
Neural circuits underlying mother’s voice perception predict social communication abilities in children
DA Abrams, T Chen, P Odriozola, KM Cheng, AE Baker, A Padmanabhan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (22), 6295-6300, 2016
392016
The neural substrates of recognition memory for verbal information: spanning the divide between short-and long-term memory
BR Buchsbaum, A Padmanabhan, KF Berman
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (4), 978-991, 2011
392011
Deficits in mesolimbic reward pathway underlie social interaction impairments in children with autism
K Supekar, J Kochalka, M Schaer, H Wakeman, S Qin, A Padmanabhan, ...
Brain 141 (9), 2795-2805, 2018
342018
Developmental changes in brain function underlying inhibitory control in autism spectrum disorders
A Padmanabhan, K Garver, K O'Hearn, N Nawarawong, R Liu, ...
Autism Research 8 (2), 123-135, 2015
262015
Development and validation of consensus clustering-based framework for brain segmentation using resting fMRI
S Ryali, T Chen, A Padmanabhan, W Cai, V Menon
Journal of neuroscience methods 240, 128-140, 2015
242015
Functional connectivity differences in autism during face and car recognition: Underconnectivity and atypical age‐related changes
AC Lynn, A Padmanabhan, D Simmonds, W Foran, MN Hallquist, B Luna, ...
Developmental science 21 (1), e12508, 2018
232018
Heterogeneous and nonlinear development of human posterior parietal cortex function
TT Chang, AWS Metcalfe, A Padmanabhan, T Chen, V Menon
NeuroImage 126, 184-195, 2016
212016
Investigating inhibitory control in children with epilepsy: an fMRI study
RL Triplett, K Velanova, B Luna, A Padmanabhan, WD Gaillard, MR Asato
Epilepsia 55 (10), 1667-1676, 2014
112014
Development of human emotion circuits investigated using a big-data analytic approach: stability, reliability, and robustness
Y Zhang, A Padmanabhan, JJ Gross, V Menon
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (36), 7155-7172, 2019
82019
Hyperdirect insula-basal-ganglia pathway and adult-like maturity of global brain responses predict inhibitory control in children
W Cai, K Duberg, A Padmanabhan, R Rehert, T Bradley, V Carrion, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-13, 2019
62019
Impaired voice processing in reward and salience circuits predicts social communication in children with autism
DA Abrams, A Padmanabhan, T Chen, P Odriozola, AE Baker, J Kochalka, ...
Elife 8, e39906, 2019
62019
The adolescent sensation seeking period: Development of reward processing and its effects on cognitive control.
B Luna, A Padmanabhan, C Geier
American Psychological Association, 2014
52014
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