Cortical thickness asymmetry from childhood to older adulthood

@article{Zhou2013CorticalTA,
  title={Cortical thickness asymmetry from childhood to older adulthood},
  author={Dongming Zhou and Catherine Lebel and Alan C. Evans and Christian Beaulieu},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2013},
  volume={83},
  pages={66-74}
}
Age-related thinning of the cortical mantle varies regionally, leading to hemispheric asymmetries in cortical thickness that may emerge at various stages of development and aging. Cortical asymmetry may play a role in modulating the functional maturation (or degradation) of language and cognition in humans, but its evolution over the lifespan is unknown. Here cortical thickness was negatively correlated with age in 274 5-59 year old, right-handed healthy participants. Pre-adolescents showed… CONTINUE READING
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