Grey matter volume correlates with virtual water maze task performance in boys with androgen excess.

@article{Mueller2011GreyMV,
  title={Grey matter volume correlates with virtual water maze task performance in boys with androgen excess.},
  author={Sven C. Mueller and Deborah P. Merke and Ellen Werber Leschek and Steven Fromm and Christian Grillon and Brian R. Cornwell and Carol Vanryzin and Monique Ernst},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={197},
  pages={225-32}
}
Major questions remain about the specific role of testosterone in human spatial navigation. We tested 10 boys (mean age 11.65 years) with an extremely rare disorder of androgen excess (Familial Male Precocious Puberty, FMPP) and 40 healthy boys (mean age 12.81 years) on a virtual version of the Morris Water Maze task. In addition, anatomical magnetic… CONTINUE READING