Neuronal network formation in human cerebral cortex.
- Biology, PsychologyProgress in brain research
Cognitive Development in Infancy: Neural Mechanisms
- Psychology, Biology
Functional brain development in humans
- Biology, PsychologyNature Reviews Neuroscience
The infant's interaction with its environment helps to sculpt inter- and intraregional connections within the cortex, eventually resulting in the highly specialized adult brain.
Refinement of neuronal networks in the rodent prefrontal cortex and hippocampus
- Biology, Psychology
It is shown for the first time that the timing as well as the amount of social contact with family members significantly interferes with the refinement of prefrontal cortical and hippocampal synaptic development in weaning children.
Is postnatal neocortical maturation hierarchical?
- Biology, PsychologyTrends in Neurosciences
Neural substrates of early executive function development
- Psychology, BiologyDevelopmental review : DR
Development Period of Prefrontal Cortex
- Psychology, BiologyPrefrontal Cortex
This chapter outlines the issues associated with the development of prefrontal cortex in children and adolescents, and describes the developmental profile of executive pro cesses across childhood, the changes in structural architecture, neural activity, and cognitive abilities.
Imaging the developing brain: what have we learned about cognitive development?
- Psychology, BiologyTrends in Cognitive Sciences
Development of Microstructural and Morphological Cortical Profiles in the Neonatal Brain
- Biology, PsychologybioRxiv
Changes in cortical network architecture over an eight-week period are consistent with, and likely underpin, the highly dynamic behavioural and cognitive development occurring during this critical period of perinatal brain development.
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Synapse elimination and plasticity in developing human cerebral cortex.
- Biology, PsychologyAmerican journal of mental deficiency
Overproduction of synapses may impart plasticity to the brain of young children and this property of developing brain may be exploited for retraining when function is impaired.
Abnormal neuronal development in the visual cortex of the human fetus and infant with down's syndrome. A quantitative and qualitative golgi study
- Medicine, BiologyBrain Research
Concurrent overproduction of synapses in diverse regions of the primate cerebral cortex.
- Biology, PsychologyScience
This isochronic course of synaptogenesis in anatomically and functionally diverse regions indicates that the entire cerebral cortex develops as a whole and that the establishment of cell-to-cell communication in this structure may be orchestrated by a single genetic or humoral signal.
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- BiologyUCLA forum in medical sciences
The development of synapses in striate cortex of man.
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The findings support the hypothesis that exuberant synaptic connections are an anatomical substrate for plasticity in developing cerebral cortex.
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The densities of synapses and neurons were measured in 7 neurosurgical specimens of cerebral cortex, regarded as normal controls, and a deficit of synaptic development was not a necessarre discussed.
Prenatal and early postnatal ontogenesis of the human motor cortex: a golgi study. I. The sequential development of the cortical layers.
- BiologyBrain research
Dendritic Spine "Dysgenesis" and Mental Retardation
- Medicine, BiologyScience
Golgi studies reveal abnormally long, thin spines and the absence of short, thick spines on dendrites of cortical neurons in retarded children with normal karyotypes in relation to age and the severity of developmental retardation.
NEURONAL DEATH IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND AGING OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX OF THE MOUSE
- BiologyNeuropathology and applied neurobiology
The results clearly demonstrate that there is a massive neuronal loss in the cerebral cortex during early postnatal development, greater in layers II‐IV than in layers V‐VI.