Peer Reviewed Journals

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*Abbott, A.E., Linke, A.C., Nair, A., *Jahedi, A., Alba, L.A., Keown, C.L., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.A. (in press) Repetitive behaviors in autism are linked to imbalance of corticostriatal connectivity: A functional connectivity MRI study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

*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.

Linke, A.C., *Olson, L., *Gao, Y., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.-A. (in press) Psychotropic medication use in autism spectrum disorders may affect functional brain connectivity. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging.

Müller, R.-A. & Amaral, D.G. (2017) Editorial: Time to give up on Autism Spectrum Disorder? Autism Research, 10(1), 10-14.

*Solders, S., Carper, R.A. & Müller, R.-A. (2017) White matter compromise in autism? Differentiating motion confounds from true differences in diffusion tensor imaging. Autism Research, E-pub.

Datko, M., Pineda, J.A. & Müller, R.-A. (2017) Positive effects of neurofeedback on autism symptoms correlate with brain activation during imitation and observation. European Journal of Neuroscience, in press.

*Nair, S., Jao Keehn, R.J., *Berkebile, M.M., Maximo, J.O. & Müller, R.-A. (2017) Local resting state functional connectivity in autism: Site and cohort variability and the effect of eye status. Brain Imaging Behav. E-pub.

Linke, A.C., Jao Keehn, R.J., *Pueschel, E.B., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.-A. (2017) Children with ASD show links between aberrant sound processing, social symptoms, and atypical auditory interhemispheric and thalamocortical functional connectivity. Dev Cogn Neurosci. E-pub.

Carper, R.A., Treiber, J.M., White, N.S., *Kohli, J.S. & Müller, R.-A. (2017) Restriction Spectrum Imaging as a potential measure of cortical neurite density in autism. Front Neurosci, 10.

Keown, C.L., Datko, M.C., Chen, C.P., Maximo, J.O., *Jahedi, A. & Müller, R.-A. (2017) Network Organization Is Globally Atypical in Autism: A Graph Theory Study of Intrinsic Functional Connectivity. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 2(1), 66-75.

Carper, R.A., Treiber, J.M., Yandall DeJesus, S. & Müller, R.-A. (2016) Reduced Hemispheric Asymmetry of White Matter Microstructure in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 55(12), 1073-1080.

Shen, M.D., Li, D.D., Keown, C.L., Lee, A., Johnson, R.T., Angkustsiri, K., Rogers, S.J., Müller, R.-A., Amaral, D.G. & Nordahl, C.W.(2016). Functional Connectivity of the Amygdala Is Disrupted in Preschool-Aged Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 55(9), 817-24.

Falahpour, M., Thompson, W.K., Abbott, A.E., *Jahedi, A., Mulvey, M.E., Datko, M., Liu, T.T. & Müller, R.A. (2016) Underconnected, But Not Broken? Dynamic Functional Connectivity MRI Shows Underconnectivity in Autism Is Linked to Increased Intra-Individual Variability Across Time. Brain Connectivity, 6(5), 403-14.

Jao Keehn, R.J., Sanchez, S.S., Stewart, C.R., *Zhao, W., Grenesko-Stevens, E.L., Keehn, B. & Müller, R.-A. (2016) Impaired downregulation of visual cortex during auditory processing is associated with autism symptomatology in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Autism Research. E-pub.

Keehn, B., Nair, A., Lincoln, A.J., Townsend, J. & Müller, R.-A. (2016) Under-reactive but easily distracted: An fMRI investigation of attentional capture in autism spectrum disorder. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 17, 46-56.

*Stewart, C.R., *Sanchez, S.S., *Grenesko, E.L., Brown, C.M., Keehn, B., Lincoln, A.J. & Müller, R.-A. (2016) Sensory Symptoms and Processing of Nonverbal Auditory and Visual Stimuli in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45, 1590-1601.

Fishman, I., *Datko, M.C., *Cabrera, Y., Carper, R.A., & Müller, R.-A. (2015). Reduced integration and differentiation of the imitation network in autism: A combined fcMRI and DTI study. Annals of Neurology.

*Chen, C.P., *Keown, C.L., *Jahedi, A., Nair, A., Pflieger, M., Bailey, B., & Muller, R.-A. (2015). Diagnostic classification of intrinsic functional connectivity highlights somatosensory, default mode, and visual regions in autism. Neuroimage Clinical, 8: 238-245.

*Abbott, A.E., *Nair, A., *Keown, C.L., *Datko, M.C., *Jahedi, A., Fishman, I. & Müller, R.-A. (in press). Patterns of atypical functional connectivity and behavioral links in autism differ between default, salience, and executive networksCerebral Cortex

Carper, R.A., *Solders, S., *Treiber, J.M., Fishman, I., Müller, R.-A. (2015). Corticospinal tract anatomy and functional connectivity of primary motor cortex in autism spectrum disorder. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry, 54(10): 859-867. 

*Nair, A., Carper, R.A., *Abbott, A.E., *Chen, C.P., *Solders, S., *Nakutin, S., *Datko, M.C., Fishman, I., Müller, R.-A. (2015). Regional specificity of aberrant thalamocortical connectivity in autism. Human Brain Mapping, 36(11): 4497-4511. 

*Khan, A.J., *Nair, A., *Keown, C.L., Shih, P., Keehn, B.M. & Müller, R.-A. (2015). Cerebro-cerebellar resting state functional connectivity in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Biological Psychiatry, 78(9): 625-634.

*Graham, S.A., *Abbott, A.E., *Nair, A., Lincoln, A.J., Müller, R.-A. & Goble, D. (2015). The influence of task difficulty and participant age on balance control in ASD. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45(5): 1419-1427. 

*Stewart, C.R., *Sanchez, S.S., Grenesko, E.L., Brown, C.M., *Chen, C.P., *Keehn, B., Velasquez, F., Lincoln, A.J. & Müller, R.-A. (2015). Sensory symptoms and processing of nonverbal auditory and visual stimuli in children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 

Fishman, I., *Keown, C.L., Lincoln, A.J., Pineda, J.A. & Müller, R.-A. (2014). Atypical cross-talk between mentalizing and mirror neuron networks in autism spectrum disorder. JAMA Psychiatry, 71(7): 751-760. 

*Nair, A., *Keown, C.L., *Datko, M.C., *Shih, P., *Keehn, B.M. & Müller, R.-A. (2014). Impact of methodological variables on functional connectivity findings in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Human Brain Mapping, 35(8): 4035-4048.

*Maximo, J.O., *Keown, C.L., *Nair, A. & Müller, R.A. (2013). Approaches to local connectivity in autism using resting state functional connectivity MRI. Front Hum Neurosci, 7.

*Keown, C. L., *Shih, P., *Nair, A., Peterson, N., *Mulvey, M. E., Müller, R. A. (2013). Local functional overconnectivity in posterior brain regions is associated with symptom severity in autism spectrum disorders. Cell Reports, 5: 1-6.

*Cardinale, R. C., *Shih, P., Fishman, I., *Ford, L. M., Müller, R. A. (2013). Pervasive rightward asymmetry shifts of functional networks in autism spectrum disorder. JAMA Psychiatry, 70 (9): 975-82. 

*Keehn, B., Müller, R.-A., & Townsend, J. (2013). Atypical attentional networks and the emergence of autism. Neuroscience and Behavioral Reviews, 37: 164-183. 

*Nair, A., *Treiber, J.M., *Shih, P. & Müller, R.-A. (2013). Impaired thalamocortical connectivity in autism spectrum disorder: A study of functional and anatomical connectivity. Brain, 136(6): 1942-55.

*Shen, M.D., *Shih, P., *Öttl, B., *Keehn, B., *Leyden, K.M., *Gaffrey, M.S., & Müller, R.-A. (2012). Atypical lexicosemantic function of extrastriate cortex in autism spectrum disorder: Evidence from functional and effective connectivity. Neuroimage, 62(3): 1780-1791. [pubmed]

*Keehn, B.,*Shih, P., *Brenner, L.A., Townsend, J., & Müller, R. A. (2012). Functional connectivity for an “island of sparing” in autism spectrum disorder: An fMRI study of visual search. Human Brain Mapping, in press.

Müller, R. A., *Shih, P., *Keehn, B., *Deyoe, J. R., *Leyden, K. M., & Shukla, D. K. (2011). Underconnected, but how? A survey of functional connectivity MRI studies in autism spectrum disorders. Cerebral Cortex, 21: 2233-2243.

Shukla, D. K., *Keehn, B., *Smylie, D. M., & Müller, R. A. (2011). Microstructural abnormalities of short-distance white matter fiber tracts in autism spectrum disorder. Neuropsychologia, 49(5): 1378-1382.

Shukla, D. K., *Keehn, B., & Müller, R. A. (2011). Tract-specific analyses of diffusion tensor imaging show widespread white matter compromise in autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines, 52(3), 286-95. 

Shukla, D. K., *Keehn, B., Lincoln, A. J., & Müller, R. A. (2010). White matter compromise of callosal and subcortical fiber tracts in children with autism spectrum disorder: A diffusion tensor imaging study. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 49(12), 1269-78, 1278.e1-2. 

*Shih, P., *Shen, M., *Ottl, B., *Keehn, B., *Gaffrey, M. S., & Müller, R. A. (2010). Atypical network connectivity for imitation in autism spectrum disorder. Neuropsychologia, 48(10), 2931-9. 

*Moore-Parks, E. N., *Burns, E. L., *Bazzill, R., *Levy, S., *Posada, V., & Müller, R. A. (2010). An fMRI study of sentence-embedded lexical-semantic decision in children and adults. Brain and Language, 114(2), 90-100. 

*Keehn, B., Lincoln, A. J., Müller, R. A., & Townsend, J. (2010). Attentional networks in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines, 51(11), 1251-9.

Shukla, D.K., *Keehn, B.M. & Müller, R. A. (2010). Regional homogeneity of fMRI time series in autism spectrum disorders. Neuroscience Letters 476, 46-51.

*Hwang, K., Palmer, E.D., *Basho, S., *Zadra, J.R. & Müller, R. A. (2009). Category specific activations during word generation reflect experiential sensorimotor modalities. Neuroimage, 48: 717-25.

Noonan, S.K., Haist, F. & Müller, R.-A. (2009). Aberrant functional connectivity in autism: Evidence from Low-frequency BOLD signal fluctuations. Brain Research, 1262: 48-63.

*Keehn, B., *Brenner, L.A., *Ramos, A.I., Lincoln, A.J., Marshall, S.P. & Müller, R. A. (2008). Eye movement patterns during an embedded figures test in children with ASD. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders,39: 383-387.

Müller, R. A. (2008). From loci to networks and back again: Anomalies in the study of autism. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1145: 300-315.

*Keehn, B., *Brenner, L.A., Palmer, E.D., Lincoln, A.J. & Müller, R. A. (2008). Functional brain organization for visual search in autism spectrum disorder. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 14: 990-1003.

*Gaffrey, M.S., Kleinhans, N.M., Haist, F., Akshoomoff, N., Campbell, A., Courchesne, E. & Müller, R. A. (2007). Atypical participation of visual cortex during word processing in autism: an fMRI study of semantic decision. Neuropsychologia, 45: 1672-84.

*Basho, S., Palmer, E.D., *Rubio, M.A., Wulfeck, B. & Müller, R. A. (2007). Effects of generation mode in fMRI adaptations of semantic fluency: Paced production and overt speech. Neuropsychologia, 45: 1697-1706.

*Brenner, L.A., Turner, K.C. & Müller, R.-A. (2007). Eye movement and visual search: Are there elementary abnormalities in autism? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 37: 1289-1309.

Müller, R.-A. (2007). The study of autism as a distributed disorder. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 13: 85-95.

Turner, K.C., *Frost, L., *Linsenbardt, D., *McIlroy, J.R. & Müller, R.-A. (2006). Atypically diffuse functional connectivity between caudate nuclei and cerebral cortex in autism. Behavioral and Brain Functions 2: 34-35.

*Mizuno, A., *Villalobos, M.E., *Davies, M.M., *Dahl, B.C. & Müller, R.-A. (2006). Partially enhanced thalamo-cortical functional connectivity in autism. Brain Research 1104: 160-74.

*Kemmotsu, N., *Villalobos, M.E., *Gaffrey, M.S., Courchesne, E. & Müller, R.-A. (2005). Activity and functional connectivity of inferior frontal cortex associated with response conflict. Cognitive Brain Research, 24: 335-342.

*Villalobos, M.E., *Mizuno, A., *Dahl, B.C., *Kemmotsu, N. & Müller, R.-A. (2005). Reduced functional connectivity between V1 and inferior frontal cortex associated with visuomotor performance in autism. Neuroimage, 25: 916-925.

Müller, R.-A. (2005) Neurocognitive studies of language impairment: The bottom-up approach. Applied Psycholinguistics, 26: 65-78.

Müller, R.-A., Cauich, C., *Rubio, M.A., *Mizuno, A. & Courchesne, E. (2004) Abnormal patterns of frontal activity during digit sequence learning in high-functioning autistic patients. Biological Psychiatry, 56: 323-332.

Müller, R.-A. & *Basho, S. (2004) Are nonlinguistic functions in “Broca’s area” prerequisites for language acquisition? FMRI findings from the ontogenetic viewpoint. Brain and Language, 89: 329-336.

Müller, R.-A., Kleinhans, N., *Kemmotsu, N., Pierce, K. & Courchesne, E. (2003) Abnormal variability and distribution of functional maps in autism: An fMRI study of visuomotor learning. American Journal of Psychiatry,160: 1847-62.

Müller, R.-A., Kleinhans, N. & Courchesne, E. (2003) Linguistic theory and neuroimaging evidence: An fMRI study of Broca’s area in lexical semantics. Neuropsychologia, 41: 1199-1207.

Müller, R.-A., Pierce, K., Kleinhans, N., *Kemmotsu, N. & Courchesne, E. (2002) Functional MRI of motor sequence learning: effects of learning stage and performance. Cognitive Brain Research, 14: 277-93.

Müller R-A, Pierce K, Ambrose JB, Allen G & Courchesne E. (2001) Atypical patterns of cerebral motor activation in autism: a functional magnetic resonance study. Biological Psychiatry, 49: 665-676.

Müller R-A, Kleinhans N. & Courchesne E. (2001) Broca’s area and the discrimination of frequency transitions: a functional MRI study. Brain and Language, 76: 70-76.