Developmental improvements in voluntary control of behavior: Effect of preparation in the fronto-parietal network?

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The ability to prepare for an action improves the speed and accuracy of its performance. While many studies indicate that behavior performance continues to improve throughout childhood and adolescence, it remains unclear whether or how preparatory processes change with development. Here, we used a rapid event-related fMRI design in three age groups (8-12… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.03.008

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@article{Alahyane2014DevelopmentalII, title={Developmental improvements in voluntary control of behavior: Effect of preparation in the fronto-parietal network?}, author={Nadia Alahyane and Donald C. Brien and Brian C. Coe and Patrick W. Stroman and Douglas P. Munoz}, journal={NeuroImage}, year={2014}, volume={98}, pages={103-17} }