Neuroimaging of typical and atypical development: a perspective from multiple levels of analysis.

@article{Johnson2002NeuroimagingOT,
  title={Neuroimaging of typical and atypical development: a perspective from multiple levels of analysis.},
  author={Mark H. Johnson and Hanife Halit and Sarah J Grice and Annette Karmiloff-Smith},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2002},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={521-36}
}
To date, research involving functional neuroimaging of typical and atypical development has depended on several assumptions about the postnatal maturation of the brain. We consider evidence from multiple levels of analysis that brings into question these underlying assumptions and advance an alternative view. This alternative view, based on an "interactive specialization" approach to postnatal brain development, indicates that there is a need to: obtain data from early in development; focus… CONTINUE READING

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