Intrinsic connectivity networks from childhood to late adolescence: Effects of age and sex

@article{SolPadulls2016IntrinsicCN,
  title={Intrinsic connectivity networks from childhood to late adolescence: Effects of age and sex},
  author={Cristina Sol{\'e}-Padull{\'e}s and Josefina Castro-Fornieles and Elena Serna and Rosa Calvo and Inmaculada Baeza and Jaime Moya and Luisa L{\'a}zaro and Mireia Rosa and N{\'u}ria Bargall{\'o} and Gisela Sugranyes},
  journal={Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={35-44}
}
There is limited evidence on the effects of age and sex on intrinsic connectivity of networks underlying cognition during childhood and adolescence. Independent component analysis was conducted in 113 subjects aged 7-18; the default mode, executive control, anterior salience, basal ganglia, language and visuospatial networks were identified. The effect of age was examined with multiple regression, while sex and 'age × sex' interactions were assessed by dividing the sample according to age (7-12… CONTINUE READING
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