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Strengths and challenges of longitudinal non-human primate neuroimaging

Abstract : Longitudinal non-human primate neuroimaging has the potential to greatly enhance our understanding of primate brain structure and function. Here we describe its specific strengths, compared to both cross-sectional non-human primate neuroimaging and longitudinal human neuroimaging, but also its associated challenges. We elaborate on factors guiding the use of different analytical tools, subject-specific versus age-specific templates for analyses, and issues related to statistical power.
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Xiaowei Song, Pamela García-Saldivar, Nathan Kindred, Yujiang Wang, Hugo Merchant, et al.. Strengths and challenges of longitudinal non-human primate neuroimaging. NeuroImage, 2021, pp.118009. ⟨10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118009⟩. ⟨hal-03196946⟩



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