Formal publication: March 2023
Authors: Moguilner S, Whelan R, Adams H, Valcour V, Tagliazucchi E, Ibanez A
Abstract: Background: Dementia’s diagnostic protocols are mostly based on standardised neuroimaging data collected in the Global North from homogeneous samples. In other non-stereotypical samples (participants with diverse admixture, genetics, demographics, MRI signals, or cultural origins), classifications of disease are difficult due to demographic and region-specific sample heterogeneities, lower quality scanners, and non-harmonised pipelines.
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