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Ecker, C., Andrews, D. S., Gudbrandsen, M., Marquand, A. F., Ginestet, C. E., Daly, E., Murphy, C. M., Lai, M. C., Lombardo, M. V.Ruigrok, A. N. V., Bullmore E. T., Suckling, J., Williams, S. C., MRC AIMS Consortium, Baron-Cohen, S., Craig, M. C., & Murphy, D. G. M. (in press). Association between probability of autism spectrum disorder and normative sex-related phenotypic diversity in brain structure. JAMA Psychiatry.

Zeestraten, E., Gudbrandsen, M., Daly, E., Thiebaut de Schotten, M., Catani, M., Dell'Aqua, F., Lai, M. C., Ruigrok, A. N. V., Lombardo, M. V., Chakrabarti, B., Baron-Cohen, S., Ecker, C., MRC AIMS Consortium, Murphy, D. G. M., & Craig, M. C. (in press). Sex differences in frontal lobe connectivity in adults with autism spectrum conditions. Translational Psychiatry.

Martinez-Murcia, F. J., Lai, M. C., Górriz, J. M., Ramírez, J., Young, A., Deoni, S., Ecker, C., Lombardo, M. V., MRC AIMS Consortium, Baron-Cohen, S., Murphy, D. G. M., Bullmore, E. T., Suckling, J. (in press). On brain structure heterogeneity in autism: Parsing out acquisition site effects with significance-weighted principle component analysis. Human Brain Mapping.





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