Browsing by Author POH SHU-ING JOANN

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2018Behavioral heterogeneity in relation with brain functional networks in young childrenWee C.-Y. ; Poh J.S. ; Wang Q. ; Broekman B.F.P. ; Chong Y.-S. ; Kwek K. ; Shek L.P. ; Saw S.-M. ; Gluckman P.D. ; Fortier M.V. ; Meaney M.J. ; Qiu A. 
2019Fronto-parietal numerical networks in relation with early numeracy in young childrenZhang H.; Wee C.-Y. ; Poh J.S. ; Wang Q. ; Shek L.P. ; Chong Y.-S. ; Fortier M.V. ; Meaney M.J. ; Broekman B.F.P. ; Qiu A. 
2019Functional and structural networks of lateral and medial orbitofrontal cortex as potential neural pathways for depression in childhoodWang Q. ; Poh J.S. ; Wen D.J. ; Broekman B.F.P. ; Chong Y.-S. ; Yap F. ; Shek L.P. ; Gluckman P.D. ; Fortier M.V. ; Qiu A. 
May-2019Long-term Influences of Prenatal Maternal Depressive Symptoms on the Amygdala-Prefrontal Circuitry of the Offspring from Birth to ChildhoodLee, Annie ; Poh, Joann S ; Wen, Daniel J ; Guillaume, Bryan ; Chong, Yap-Seng ; Shek, Lynette P ; Fortier, Marielle V; Qiu, Anqi 
2018Perinatal maternal depressive symptoms alter amygdala functional connectivity in girlsSoe N.N. ; Wen D.J. ; Poh J.S. ; Chong Y.-S. ; Broekman B.F.; Chen H. ; Shek L.P. ; Tan K.H. ; Gluckman P.D. ; Fortier M.V.; Meaney M.J.; Qiu A. 
2016Pre- and Post-Natal Maternal Depressive Symptoms in Relation with Infant Frontal Function, Connectivity, and BehaviorsSoe, N. N. ; D. J. Wen ; J. S. Poh ; Y. Li ; B. F. Broekman ; H. Chen ; Y. S. Chong ; K. Kwek ; S. M. Saw ; P. D. Gluckman ; M. J. Meaney; A. Rifkin-Graboi; A. Qiu