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Identifying High School Risk Factors that Forecast Heavy Drinking Onset in Understudied Young Adults
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Developmental differences in striatal recruitment by reward prospects as a function of attentional demand
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What ergodicity means for you
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Neuroadaptive Bayesian Optimisation to Study Individual Differences in Infants’ Engagement with Social Cues
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Aperiodic and Hurst EEG exponents across early human brain development: A Systematic Review
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From developmental neuroscience to policy: a novel framework based on participatory research
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Interactive effects of participant and stimulus race on cognitive performance in youth: Insights from the ABCD study
Interactive effects of participant and stimulus race on cognitive performance in youth: Insights from the ABCD study
An extensive literature shows that race information can impact cognitive performance. Two key findings include an attentio...
Faster Pace of Hippocampal Growth Mediates the Association Between Perinatal Adversity and Childhood Depression
Faster Pace of Hippocampal Growth Mediates the Association Between Perinatal Adversity and Childhood Depression
Volume 67, June 2024, 101392Author links open overlay panel, , , , , , AbstractEarly life adversity has been posited to in...
Getting closer to social interactions using electroencephalography in developmental cognitive neuroscience
Getting closer to social interactions using electroencephalography in developmental cognitive neuroscience
Available online 14 May 2024, 101391Author links open overlay panel, , , , , , AbstractThe field of developmental cognitiv...
Associations Between Behavioral and Self-Reported Impulsivity, Brain Structure, and Genetic Influences in Middle Childhood
Associations Between Behavioral and Self-Reported Impulsivity, Brain Structure, and Genetic Influences in Middle Childhood
Impulsivity undergoes a normative developmental trajectory from childhood to adulthood and is thought to be driven by matu...
NowIKnowMyABCD: A Global Resource Hub for Researchers Using Data from the ABCD Study
NowIKnowMyABCD: A Global Resource Hub for Researchers Using Data from the ABCD Study
The Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study, involving over 11,000 youth and their families, is a groundbr...
Differences in educational opportunity predict white matter development
Differences in educational opportunity predict white matter development
Coarse measures of socioeconomic status, such as parental income or parental education, have been linked to differences in...
Educational Environment and White Matter Development in Early Adolescence
Educational Environment and White Matter Development in Early Adolescence
Coarse measures of socioeconomic status, such as parental income or parental education, have been linked to differences in...
Why behaviour matters: Studying inter-brain coordination during child-caregiver interaction
Why behaviour matters: Studying inter-brain coordination during child-caregiver interaction
Modern technology allows for simultaneous neuroimaging from interacting caregiver-child dyads. Whereas most analyses that ...
White Matter Microstructure Organization Across the Transition to Fatherhood
White Matter Microstructure Organization Across the Transition to Fatherhood
The transition to parenthood remains an understudied window of potential neuroplasticity in the adult brain. White matter ...