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Studied relation of human milk lutein, choline and DHA with recognition memory. Nutrients Interactions appear important to predict infant cognition.
Shared the fascinating insights on Theory of Mind: recognizing and predicting what others think, want and feel using cases of children and adults.
A template-free ‘‘baby connectome’’ study mapping brain networks in premature neonates, term-born neonates, six-month-old infants, and adults.
Study illustrated the proposed approach of brain MRI connectomics methods in three age groups: neonates, 6-month-old infants, and adults.
Analyzed the cortical myelination across early childhood from 1 to 6 ys of age in vivo for the first time, using two quantitative imaging techniques.
Cognitive control of response inhibition and interference suppression are reported to be distinct maturational processes in late childhood and adolescence.
Reviewed association of lutein with retina and brain function, and approaches that can be used to localize brain lutein to assess the association.
A review article on DHA and brain development. DHA may have effects not only in early development, but also in childhood and adult life.
Reviewed the association of specific lipids and phospholipids with neurodevelopmental outcomes, and advances and future research in infant nutrition.
Study suggested that cortical and white matter maturation are distinct, but complimentary neurodevelopmental processes.