Co-ordinated structural and functional covariance in the adolescent brain underlies face processing performance.

@article{Shaw2016CoordinatedSA,
  title={Co-ordinated structural and functional covariance in the adolescent brain underlies face processing performance.},
  author={Daniel Joel Shaw and Radek Marecek and Marie-Helene Grosbras and Gabriel T. Leonard and G. Bruce Pike and Tom{\'a}s Paus},
  journal={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={556-68}
}
Our ability to process complex social cues presented by faces improves during adolescence. Using multivariate analyses of neuroimaging data collected longitudinally from a sample of 38 adolescents (17 males) when they were 10, 11.5, 13 and 15 years old, we tested the possibility that there exists parallel variations in the structural and functional development of neural systems supporting face processing. By combining measures of task-related functional connectivity and brain morphology, we… CONTINUE READING
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