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Maturational Trajectories of Pericortical Contrast in Typical Brain Development

Stefan Drakulich, Anne-Charlotte Thiffault, Emily Olafson, Olivier Parent, Aurelie Labbe, Matthew D. Albaugh, Budhachandra Khundrakpam, Simon Ducharme, Alan Evans, Mallar M. Chakravarty, Sherif Karama
2021 NeuroImage  
In the last few years, a significant amount of work has aimed to characterize maturational trajectories of cortical development.  ...  This work contributes to efforts seeking to characterize typical, healthy brain development and, by extension, can help elucidate aberrant developmental trajectories.  ...  The current study follows directly from previous efforts examining longitudinal pericortical maturation by providing a detailed characterization of the developmental trajectories of GWC in healthy children  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.117974 pmid:33766753 fatcat:df62c6zbmjgrtp65wcmy2yllhe

New insights into the dynamic development of the cerebral cortex in childhood and adolescence: Integrating macro- and microstructural MRI findings

Linn B. Norbom, Lia Ferschmann, Nadine Parker, Ingrid Agartz, Ole A. Andreassen, Tomáš Paus, Lars T. Westlye, Christian K. Tamnes
2021 Progress in Neurobiology  
Great progress has been made recently in mapping the typical development of cortical morphology.  ...  We review recent findings of typical postnatal macro- and microstructural development of the cerebral cortex from early childhood to young adulthood.  ...  Nevertheless, female and male brains do not belong to distinct categories (Joel et al., 2015) and brain architecture typical of males are also typical of females, with substantially overlapping distributions  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pneurobio.2021.102109 pmid:34147583 fatcat:7fjrapj5xnbsjkmltjqblhmwuu

Superficial White Matter: Effects of Age, Sex, and Hemisphere

Owen R. Phillips, Kristi A. Clark, Eileen Luders, Ramin Azhir, Shantanu H. Joshi, Roger P. Woods, John C. Mazziotta, Arthur W. Toga, Katherine L. Narr
2013 Brain Connectivity  
Structural and diffusion imaging studies demonstrate effects of age, sex, and asymmetry in many brain structures.  ...  Results showed age-related reductions in FA that were more pronounced in the frontal SWM than in the posterior and ventral brain regions, whereas increases in RD and AD were observed across large areas  ...  Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD; to K.A.C.).  ... 
doi:10.1089/brain.2012.0111 pmid:23461767 pmcid:PMC3634148 fatcat:7pwgnktviba5rc7yezny2u4j5a

High spatial overlap but diverging age-related trajectories of cortical MRI markers aiming to represent intracortical myelin and microstructure [article]

Olivier Parent, Emily Olafson, Aurelie Bussy, Stephanie Tullo, Nadia Blostein, Alyssa Salaciak, Saashi A. Bedford, Sarah Farzin, Marie-Lise Beland, Vanessa Valiquette, Christine L. Tardif, Gabriel A. Devenyi (+1 others)
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
Comparing MRI markers between themselves, our results revealed generally high overlap in spatial distribution (i.e., group mean), but mostly divergent age trajectories in the shape, direction, and spatial  ...  Our BigBrain results indicate a general trend of GM T1w signal and myelin being spatially related to the density of cells, which is possibly more pronounced in superficial cortical layers.  ...  Paired with the developmental trajectories described in (Olafson et al., 2021) , we can describe for the first time the general age trajectory of the BSC across the whole lifespan: the boundary between  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.01.27.477925 fatcat:wh6th4fxnjaipou2pdmvj4wsoy

EAP 2019 Congress and Master Course

2019 European Journal of Pediatrics  
Parental sensation of personal autonomy was achieved in 60% of ASD, 54% of ID and 100% of ADHD patients.  ...  Neurodevelopmental disorders are characterized by developmental deficits that produce impairments of personal, social, academic or occupational functioning.  ...  In 2014, big data of health exam in Russian health centers are available for analysis under grant of the Russian Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00431-019-03466-w pmid:31760508 pmcid:PMC7086733 fatcat:vnquglssdnf3ragxecogprq36i

Problems of Drug Dependence, 1997: Proceedings of the 59th Annual Scientific Meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Inc

:None, Universitätsbibliothek Braunschweig
1998
DEVELOPMENT DIVISION TESTING FOR POTENTIAL COCAINE AND OPIATE  ...  Publication of the data gathered by DEC generally occurs within three years from receipt of sample, both in the NIDA Monograph (e.g., , as well as in various journals Aceto et al. 1989; May et al. 1994  ...  The research has focused on directing interventions at early antecedents along developmental trajectories leading to problem outcomes such as drug abuse.  ... 
doi:10.24355/dbbs.084-200602280100-2 fatcat:footijmzbzhxrokcvt7j6z3t6y

Porto 2019 (1)

Svitlana Nykytyuk, Sergei Klymnyuk
2019 unpublished
Parental sensation of personal autonomy was achieved in 60% of ASD, 54% of ID and 100% of ADHD patients.  ...  Neurodevelopmental disorders are characterized by developmental deficits that produce impairments of personal, social, academic or occupational functioning.  ...  In 2014, big data of health exam in Russian health centers are available for analysis under grant of the Russian Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.13140/rg.2.2.18608.92165 fatcat:bi526u44vzevnk3po4z7yg5hwm