Brian Gold
Brian Gold
Associate Professor, University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Verified email at uky.edu - Homepage
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The seats of reason? An imaging study of deductive and inductive reasoning
V Goel, B Gold, S Kapur, S Houle
NeuroReport 8 (5), 1305-1310, 1997
4381997
Common prefrontal regions coactivate with dissociable posterior regions during controlled semantic and phonological tasks
BT Gold, RL Buckner
Neuron 35 (4), 803-812, 2002
3982002
Lifelong bilingualism maintains neural efficiency for cognitive control in aging
BT Gold, C Kim, NF Johnson, RJ Kryscio, CD Smith
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (2), 387-396, 2013
3202013
Dissociation of automatic and strategic lexical-semantics: functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence for differing roles of multiple frontotemporal regions
BT Gold, DA Balota, SJ Jones, DK Powell, CD Smith, AH Andersen
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (24), 6523-6532, 2006
2962006
Neuroanatomical correlates of human reasoning
V Goel, B Gold, S Kapur, S Houle
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 10 (3), 293-302, 1998
2801998
Functional dissociation in frontal and striatal areas for processing of positive and negative reward information
X Liu, DK Powell, H Wang, BT Gold, CR Corbly, JE Joseph
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (17), 4587-4597, 2007
2422007
Domain general and domain preferential brain regions associated with different types of task switching: A meta‐analysis
C Kim, SE Cilles, NF Johnson, BT Gold
Human brain mapping 33 (1), 130-142, 2012
1692012
Common and dissociable activation patterns associated with controlled semantic and phonological processing: evidence from FMRI adaptation
BT Gold, DA Balota, BA Kirchhoff, RL Buckner
Cerebral Cortex 15 (9), 1438-1450, 2005
1682005
Common and distinct mechanisms of cognitive flexibility in prefrontal cortex
C Kim, NF Johnson, SE Cilles, BT Gold
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (13), 4771-4779, 2011
1532011
Age-related slowing of task switching is associated with decreased integrity of frontoparietal white matter
BT Gold, DK Powell, L Xuan, GA Jicha, CD Smith
Neurobiology of aging 31 (3), 512-522, 2010
1432010
Age-related slowing of task switching is associated with decreased integrity of frontoparietal white matter
BT Gold, DK Powell, L Xuan, GA Jicha, CD Smith
Neurobiology of aging 31 (3), 512-522, 2010
1432010
Lifelong bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve against white matter integrity declines in aging
BT Gold, NF Johnson, DK Powell
Neuropsychologia 51 (13), 2841-2846, 2013
1352013
Alterations in multiple measures of white matter integrity in normal women at high risk for Alzheimer's disease
BT Gold, DK Powell, AH Andersen, CD Smith
Neuroimage 52 (4), 1487-1494, 2010
1282010
Cardiorespiratory fitness is positively correlated with cerebral white matter integrity in healthy seniors
NF Johnson, C Kim, JL Clasey, A Bailey, BT Gold
Neuroimage 59 (2), 1514-1523, 2012
1262012
White matter integrity and vulnerability to Alzheimer's disease: preliminary findings and future directions
BT Gold, NF Johnson, DK Powell, CD Smith
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Basis of Disease 1822 (3), 416-422, 2012
1152012
Neural correlates of morphological decomposition during visual word recognition
BT Gold, K Rastle
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (12), 1983-1993, 2007
1132007
Alzheimer's disease in Down syndrome
E Head, D Powell, BT Gold, FA Schmitt
European journal of neurodegenerative disease 1 (3), 353, 2012
1072012
White matter diffusion alterations in normal women at risk of Alzheimer's disease
CD Smith, H Chebrolu, AH Andersen, DA Powell, MA Lovell, S Xiong, ...
Neurobiology of aging 31 (7), 1122-1131, 2010
1072010
Speed of lexical decision correlates with diffusion anisotropy in left parietal and frontal white matter: evidence from diffusion tensor imaging
BT Gold, DK Powell, L Xuan, Y Jiang, PA Hardy
Neuropsychologia 45 (11), 2439-2446, 2007
1072007
Right hemisphere semantic processing of visual words in an aphasic patient: an fMRI study
BT Gold, A Kertesz
Brain and Language 73 (3), 456-465, 2000
1042000
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