Theory of mind mediates the prospective relationship between abnormal social brain network morphology and chronic behavior problems after pediatric traumatic brain injury.

@article{Ryan2016TheoryOM,
  title={Theory of mind mediates the prospective relationship between abnormal social brain network morphology and chronic behavior problems after pediatric traumatic brain injury.},
  author={Nicholas P Ryan and Cathy Catroppa and Richard Beare and Timothy J. Silk and Louise Crossley and Miriam H Beauchamp and Keith Owen Yeates and Vicki Anderson},
  journal={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={683-92}
}
Childhood and adolescence coincide with rapid maturation and synaptic reorganization of distributed neural networks that underlie complex cognitive-affective behaviors. These regions, referred to collectively as the 'social brain network' (SBN) are commonly vulnerable to disruption from pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI); however, the mechanisms that link morphological changes in the SBN to behavior problems in this population remain unclear. In 98 children and adolescents with mild to… CONTINUE READING
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