anatomical variation
 

General discussions 

The problem of functional localization in the human brain. Brett, Johnsrude, Owen 2002 Nature Reviews Neuroscience mrc-cbu 

Cytoarchitectonic Maps in Stereotaxic Space - website 

Consequences of large interindividual variability for human brain atlases: converging macroscopical imaging and microscopical neuroanatomy link 

A probabilistic atlas and reference system for the human brain: International Consortium for Brain Mapping (ICBM) link

A Population-Average, Landmark- and Surface-based (PALS) atlas of human cerebral cortex link


Case study: How to identify human MT / V5

Reliability of functional localization using fMRI link 

A new anatomical landmark for reliable identification of human area V5/MT: a quantitative analysis of sulcal patterning link

Human V5/MT+: comparison of functional and cytoarchitectonic data link 

Localization of the Human Cortical Visual Area MT Based on Computer Aided Histological Analysis link

Retinotopy and Functional Subdivision of Human Areas MT and MST link

Distinguishing subregions of the human MT plus complex using visual fields and pursuit eye movements link

Auditory cortex

Normal variation in the frequency and location of human auditory cortex landmarks. Heschl's gyrus: where is it? link

 Interhemispheric Anatomical Differences in Human Primary Auditory Cortex: Probabilistic Mapping and Volume Measurement from Magnetic Resonance Scans link

Probabilistic Mapping and Volume Measurement of Human Primary Auditory Cortex link

Human Primary Auditory Cortex: Cytoarchitectonic Subdivisions and Mapping into a Spatial Reference System link

Motor areas

Three-dimensional locations and boundaries of motor and premotor cortices as defined by functional brain imaging: A meta-analysis link

Early visual areas

Brodmann's Areas 17 and 18 Brought into Stereotaxic Space—Where and How Variable? link