Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

Kohli, J. S., Kinnear, M. K., Martindale, I. A., Carper, R. A., & Müller, R. A. (2019). Regionally decreased gyrification in middle-aged adults with autism spectrum disorders. Neurology, 10-1212.

*Eill, A.,*Jahedi, A.,*Gao, Y.,*Kohli, J.S.,*Fong, C.H., Solders, S., Carper, R.A., Valafar, F., Bailey, B.A. & Müller, R.-A. (in press) Functional connectivities are more informative than anatomical variables in diagnostic classification of autism. Brain Connectivity.

*Gao, Y., Linke, A., Jao Keehn, R. J., Punyamurthula, S., Jahedi, A., Gates, K., Fishman, I., Müller, R.-A. (2019). The language network in autism: Atypical functional connectivity with default mode and visual regions. Autism Research. [Epub ahead of print].

Hau, J., Aljawad, S., Baggett, N., Fishman, I., Carper, R. A., & Müller, R. A. (2019). The cingulum and cingulate U‐fibers in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disordersHuman Brain Mapping, 2019 Aug 1;40(11):3153-3164. doi: 10.1002/hbm.24586.

*Mash, L.E., Linke, A.C., Olson, L.A., Fishman, I., Liu, T.T., Müller, R.-A. (2019). Transient states of network connectivity are atypical in autism: A dynamic functional connectivity studyHuman Brain Mapping, 40(8), 2377– 2389.

*Reiter, M.A.,*Mash, L.E., Linke, A.C., *Fong, C.H., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.-A. (2019). Distinct patterns of atypical functional connectivity in lower-functioning autismBiological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging4(3), 251-259.

*Kohli, J.S., Kinnear, M.K., *Fong, C.H., Fishman, I., Carper, R.A. & Müller, R.-A. (2019). Local cortical gyrification is increased in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, but decreases rapidly in adolescentsCerebral Cortex, 29(6), 2412-2423.

Müller, R.-A. & Fishman, I. (2018). Brain connectivity and neuroimaging of social networks in autismTrends in Cognitive Science22(12), 1103-1116.

Jao Keehn, R.J., *Nair, S., *Pueschel, E.B., Linke, A.C., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.-A. (2018). Atypical local and distal patterns of occipito-frontal functional connectivity are related to symptom severity in autism. Cerebral Cortex, in press.

Fishman, I., Linke, A.C., Hau, J., Carper, R.A. & Müller, R.-A. (2018). Atypical functional connectivity of amygdala related to reduced symptom severity in children with autismJournal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 57, 764-774.

Mash, L.E., Reiter, M.A., Linke, A.C., Townsend, J. & Müller, R.-A. (2018). Multimodal approaches to functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorders: An integrative perspective. Developmental Neurobiology, 78(5), 456-473.

Abbott, A.E., Linke, A.C., Nair, A., Jahedi, A., Alba, L.A., Keown, C.L., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.-A. (2017). Repetitive behaviors in autism are linked to imbalance of corticostriatal connectivity: A functional connectivity MRI studySocial Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 13(1), 32-42.

Jahedi, A., Nasamran, C.A., Faires, B., Fan, J. & Müller, R.-A. (2017). Distributed intrinsic functional connectivity patterns predict diagnostic status in large autism cohortBrain Connectivity, 7(8), 515-525.

Linke, A.C., Olson, L., Gao, Y., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.-A. (2017). Psychotropic medication use in autism spectrum disorders may affect functional brain connectivityBiol Psychiatry Cogn Neurosci Neuroimaging, 2(6), 518-527.

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Recent Conference Presentations

Baggett, N., Solders, S., Kohli, J., Hau, J., Müller, R-A., & Carper, R. (2017). Examination of major white matter tracts in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder after careful group-matching for motion. Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting.

Gao, Y, Linke, A.C., Jahedi, A., Punyamurthula, S., Fong, C., Fishman, I., & Müller, R.-A. (2017). Language network connectivity indicates subgroups own children with autism spectrum disorders. Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting.

Jao Keehn, R. J., Pueschel, E. B., Gao, Y., Fishman, I., & Müller, R.-A. (2017). Underconnectivity between salience and visual networks is associated with symptomatology in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting.

Kohli, J.S., Carper R.A., Fong, C.H., Müller, R.-A. (2017). Changes in local gyrification index across childhood and adolescence in autism spectrum disorder. International Meeting for Autism Research.

Kinnear, M., Linke, A.C., Solders, S., Carper, R., & Müller, R.-A. (2017). Impaired motor function and atypical motor cortex connectivity in mature adults with autism spectrum disorder. Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting.

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Books and Chapters

Müller, R.-A. & Carper, R.A. (2017). Brain network organization in ASD: Evidence from functional and diffusion weighted MRI. In M. F. Casanova, A. S. El-Baz and J. S. Suri (Ed.), Autism Imaging and Devices (pp. Boca Raton (FL): Taylor & Francis: 287-318.

Müller, R.-A. (2014). Anatomical and functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorders. In V. B. Patel, V. R. Preedy and C. Martin (Ed.), The Comprehensive Guide to Autism. New York: Springer: 49-75.

Müller, R.-A. (2013). Functional connectivity. In F. Volkmar (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York: Springer.

Christiansen, M.H. & Müller, R.-A. (2013). Cultural Recycling of Neural Substrates during Language Evolution and Development. In M. S. Gazzaniga and G. R. Mangun (Ed.), The Cognitive Neurosciences V. The MIT Press.

Müller, R.-A. (2013). Language: By, In, Through and Across the Brain. In K. Smith and P. M. Binder (Ed.), The Language Phenomenon. New York: Springer: 13-45.

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