Nicole M McDonald and Katherine L Perdue. 2018. “The infant brain in the social world: Moving toward interactive social neuroscience with functional near-infrared spectroscopy.” Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 87, Pp. 38–49.
Hannah F Behrendt, Christine Firk, Charles A Nelson, and Katherine L Perdue. 2018. “Motion correction for infant functional near-infrared spectroscopy with an application to live interaction data.” Neurophotonics, 5, 1, Pp. 015004.
Katherine L Perdue, Laura A Edwards, Helen Tager-Flusberg, and Charles A Nelson. 2017. “Differing Developmental Trajectories in Heart Rate Responses to Speech Stimuli in Infants at High and Low Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder.” J Autism Dev Disord.Abstract
We investigated heart rate (HR) in infants at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months of age, at high (HRA) and low (LRC) familial risk for ASD, to identify potential endophenotypes of ASD risk related to attentional responses. HR was extracted from functional near-infrared spectroscopy recordings while infants listened to speech stimuli. Longitudinal analysis revealed that HRA infants and males generally had lower baseline HR than LRC infants and females. HRA infants showed decreased HR responses to early trials over development, while LRC infants showed increased responses. These findings suggest altered developmental trajectories in physiological responses to speech stimuli over the first year of life, with HRA infants showing less social orienting over time.
Sarah Lloyd-Fox, Sophie Moore, Momodou Darboe, Andrew Prentice, Maria Papademetriou, Anna Blasi, Swapna Kumar, Alissa Westerlund, Katherine L Perdue, Mark H Johnson, and others. 2016. “fNIRS in Africa & Asia: an Objective Measure of Cognitive Development for Global Health Settings.” The FASEB Journal, 30, 1 Supplement, Pp. 1149–18.
Miranda M Ravicz, Katherine L Perdue, Alissa Westerlund, Ross E Vanderwert, and Charles A Nelson. 2015. “Infants’ neural responses to facial emotion in the prefrontal cortex are correlated with temperament: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study.” Frontiers in psychology, 6.
Paolo Giacometti, Katherine L Perdue, and Solomon G Diamond. 2014. “Algorithm to find high density EEG scalp coordinates and analysis of their correspondence to structural and functional regions of the brain.” Journal of neuroscience methods, 229, Pp. 84–96.
Katherine L Perdue, Alissa Westerlund, Sarah A McCormick, and Charles A Nelson. 2014. “Extraction of heart rate from functional near-infrared spectroscopy in infants.” Journal of biomedical optics, 19, 6, Pp. 067010–067010.
Jussi Kaatiala, Santeri Yrttiaho, Linda Forssman, Katherine Perdue, and Jukka Leppänen. 2014. “A graphical user interface for infant ERP analysis.” Behavior research methods, 46, 3, Pp. 745–757.
Katherine L Perdue and Solomon G Diamond. 2014. “T1 magnetic resonance imaging head segmentation for diffuse optical tomography and electroencephalography.” Journal of biomedical optics, 19, 2, Pp. 026011–026011.
Louis Gagnon, Meryem A Yücel, Mathieu Dehaes, Robert J Cooper, Katherine L Perdue, Juliette Selb, Theodore J Huppert, Richard D Hoge, and David A Boas. 2012. “Quantification of the cortical contribution to the NIRS signal over the motor cortex using concurrent NIRS-fMRI measurements.” Neuroimage, 59, 4, Pp. 3933–3940.
Katherine L Perdue, Qianqian Fang, and Solomon G Diamond. 2012. “Quantitative assessment of diffuse optical tomography sensitivity to the cerebral cortex using a whole-head probe.” Physics in medicine and biology, 57, 10, Pp. 2857.
Louis Gagnon, Robert J Cooper, Meryem A Yücel, Katherine L Perdue, Douglas N Greve, and David A Boas. 2012. “Short separation channel location impacts the performance of short channel regression in NIRS.” Neuroimage, 59, 3, Pp. 2518–2528.
Louis Gagnon, Katherine Perdue, Douglas N Greve, Daniel Goldenholz, Gayatri Kaskhedikar, and David A Boas. 2011. “Improved recovery of the hemodynamic response in diffuse optical imaging using short optode separations and state-space modeling.” Neuroimage, 56, 3, Pp. 1362–1371.
Solomon Gilbert Diamond, Katherine L Perdue, and David A Boas. 2009. “A cerebrovascular response model for functional neuroimaging including dynamic cerebral autoregulation.” Mathematical biosciences, 220, 2, Pp. 102–117.
Judith D Schaechter, Zachary P Fricker, Katherine L Perdue, Karl G Helmer, Mark G Vangel, Douglas N Greve, and Nikos Makris. 2009. “Microstructural status of ipsilesional and contralesional corticospinal tract correlates with motor skill in chronic stroke patients.” Human brain mapping, 30, 11, Pp. 3461–3474.
Judith D Schaechter and Katherine L Perdue. 2008. “Enhanced cortical activation in the contralesional hemisphere of chronic stroke patients in response to motor skill challenge.” Cerebral cortex, 18, 3, Pp. 638–647.
Judith D Schaechter, Katherine L Perdue, and Ruopeng Wang. 2008. “Structural damage to the corticospinal tract correlates with bilateral sensorimotor cortex reorganization in stroke patients.” Neuroimage, 39, 3, Pp. 1370–1382.
Judith D Schaechter, Christopher Stokes, Brendan D Connell, Katherine Perdue, and Giorgio Bonmassar. 2006. “Finger motion sensors for fMRI motor studies.” Neuroimage, 31, 4, Pp. 1549–1559.