Adolescent Resting State Networks and Their Associations with Schizotypal Trait Expression

@inproceedings{Lagioia2010AdolescentRS,
  title={Adolescent Resting State Networks and Their Associations with Schizotypal Trait Expression},
  author={AnnaLaura Lagioia and Dimitri Van de Ville and Martin Debban{\'e} and François Lazeyras and Stephan Eliez},
  booktitle={Front. Syst. Neurosci.},
  year={2010}
}
The rising interest in temporally coherent brain networks during baseline adult cerebral activity finds convergent evidence for an identifiable set of resting state networks (RSNs). To date, little is know concerning the earlier developmental stages of functional connectivity in RSNs. This study's main objective is to characterize the RSNs in a sample of adolescents. We further examine our data from a developmental psychopathology perspective of psychosis-proneness, by testing the hypothesis… CONTINUE READING
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