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Can this data be saved? Techniques for high motion in resting state scans of first grade children
Motion remains a significant technical hurdle in fMRI studies of young children. Our aim was to develop a straightforward ...
Continuity versus change in latent profiles of emotion regulation and working memory during adolescence
Significant structural and functional brain development occurs during early adolescence. These changes underlie developmen...
Developmental aspects of fear generalization – A MEG study on neurocognitive correlates in adolescents versus adults
BackgroundFear generalization is pivotal for the survival-promoting avoidance of potential danger, but, if too pronounced,...
Socioeconomic dissociations in the neural and cognitive bases of reading disorders
Childhood socioeconomic status (SES) strongly predicts disparities in reading development, yet it is unknown whether early...
Longitudinal developmental trajectories of inhibition and white-matter maturation of the fronto-basal-ganglia circuits
Response inhibition refers to the cancelling of planned (or restraining of ongoing) actions and is required in much of our...
Affective flexibility as a developmental building block of cognitive reappraisal: An fMRI study
Cognitive reappraisal is a form of emotion regulation that involves reinterpreting the meaning of a stimulus, often to dow...
Deviations from normative brain white and gray matter structure are associated with psychopathology in youth
Combining imaging modalities and metrics that are sensitive to various aspects of brain structure and maturation may help ...
No Robust Evidence for an Interaction Between Early-Life Adversity and Protective Factors on Global and Regional Brain Volumes
Childhood adversity is associated with brain morphology and poor psychological outcomes, and evidence of protective factor...
Preterm neonates distinguish rhythm violation through a hierarchy of cortical processing
Rhythm is a fundamental component of the auditory world, present even during the prenatal life. While there is evidence th...
Developmental aspects of fear generalization – an MEG study on neurocognitive correlates in adolescents versus adults
BackgroundFear generalization is pivotal for the survival-promoting avoidance of potential danger, but, if too pronounced,...
Socioeconomic Resources are Associated with Distributed Alterations of the Brain’s Intrinsic Functional Architecture in Youth
Little is known about how exposure to limited socioeconomic resources (SER) in childhood gets “under the skin” to shape br...
Pubertal Development Underlies Optimization of Inhibitory Control Through Specialization of Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex
Inhibitory control improves into young adulthood after specialization of relevant brain systems during adolescence. Howeve...
Task-based co-activation patterns reliably predict resting state canonical network engagement during development
Neurodevelopmental research has traditionally focused on development of individual structures, yet multiple lines of evide...
NEURAL MARKERS OF FAMILIAL RISK FOR DEPRESSION – A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Structural and functional brain alterations are found in adults with depression. It is not known whether these changes are...
No statistical learning advantage in children over adults: Evidence from behaviour and neural entrainment
Explicit recognition measures of statistical learning (SL) suggest that children and adults have similar linguistic SL abi...
Impacts of adrenarcheal DHEA levels on spontaneous cortical activity during development
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) production is closely associated with the first pubertal hormonal event, adrenarche. Few stu...
Early stressful experiences are associated with reduced neural responses to naturalistic emotional and social content in children
How do children’s experiences relate to their naturalistic emotional and social processing? Because children can struggle ...
Social learning across adolescence: A Bayesian neurocognitive perspective
Available online 16 September 2022, 101151ABSTRACTAdolescence is a period of social re-orientation in which we are general...
Constraints on Infants’ Ability to Extract Non-adjacent Dependencies From Vowels and Consonants
Available online 31 August 2022, 101149AbstractLanguage acquisition requires infants’ ability to track dependencies betwee...
Youth Screen Use in the ABCD® Study
Available online 1 September 2022, 101150Highlights•Total screen usage increased from 9-12 years of age (three assessment ...
Somatosensory prediction in the premature neonate brain
Sensory prediction (SP) is at the core of early cognitive development. Impaired SP may be a key to understanding the emerg...