Early Childhood Behavioral Inhibition Predicts Cortical Thickness in Adulthood.

@article{Sylvester2016EarlyCB,
  title={Early Childhood Behavioral Inhibition Predicts Cortical Thickness in Adulthood.},
  author={Chad M. Sylvester and Deanna M. Barch and Michael P. Harms and Andy C. Belden and Timothy J Oakberg and Andrea L. Gold and Lauren K. White and Brenda E Benson and Sonya V Troller-Renfree and Kathryn Amey Degnan and Heather A. Henderson and Joan L. Luby and Nathan A. Fox and Daniel S. Pine},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={2016},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={
          122-9.e1
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Behavioral inhibition (BI) during early childhood predicts risk for anxiety disorders and altered cognitive control in adolescence. Although BI has been linked to variation in brain function through adulthood, few studies have examined relations between early childhood BI and adult brain structure. METHOD The relation between early childhood BI and cortical thickness in adulthood was examined in a cohort of individuals followed since early childhood (N = 53, mean age 20.5 years… CONTINUE READING
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