Cortical and subcortical changes in typically developing preadolescent children.

  title={Cortical and subcortical changes in typically developing preadolescent children.},
  author={Lutfi Tugan Muftuler and Elysia Poggi Davis and Claudia Buss and Kevin Head and Anton N. Hasso and Curt A. Sandman},
  journal={Brain research},
There is evidence that abnormal cerebral development during childhood is a risk factor for various cognitive and psychiatric disorders. There is not, however, sufficient normative data available on large samples of typically developing children, especially within the narrow preadolescent age range. We analyzed high resolution MRI images from 126 normally developing children between ages 6 and 10 years. Age related differences in cortical thickness and in the volumes of major subcortical… CONTINUE READING

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