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Meaningful Associations in the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study

Anthony Steven Dick, Daniel A. Lopez, Ashley L. Watts, Steven Heeringa, Chase Reuter, Hauke Bartsch, Chun Chieh Fan, David N. Kennedy, Clare Palmer, Andrew Marshall, Frank Haist, Samuel Hawes (+12 others)
2021 NeuroImage  
The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study is the largest single-cohort prospective longitudinal study of neurodevelopment and children's health in the United States.  ...  Here, we describe the ABCD Study aims and design, as well as issues surrounding estimation of meaningful associations using its data, including population inferences, hypothesis testing, power and precision  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the families who have participated in this research. We also thank the ABCD Biostatistics Work Group.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118262 pmid:34147629 pmcid:PMC8803401 fatcat:gbsgh2mrk5gtzdoh6h3yyfbexa

What Event-Related Potential Tells Us about Brain Function: Child-Adolescent Psychiatric Perspectives

Ji Sun Kim, Yeon Jung Lee, Se-Hoon Shim
2021 Journal of korean Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  
The present study aimed to review recent ERP studies in child and adolescent psychiatry. ERPs are non-invasive methods for studying synaptic functions in the brain.  ...  ERP might be a candidate biomarker in child-adolescent psychiatry, considering its ability to reflect cognitive and behavioral functions in humans.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by a grant (2020R1I1A3068017) awarded by the Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) and funded by the Ministry of  ... 
doi:10.5765/jkacap.210012 pmid:34285633 pmcid:PMC8262973 fatcat:komsxsh5vzbzrlelmkbjnz5whi

Activation in Context: Differential Conclusions Drawn from Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Analyses of Adolescents' Cognitive Control-Related Neural Activity

Ethan M. McCormick, Yang Qu, Eva H. Telzer
2017 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
In the current study, 20 healthy adolescents (13 males) completed a go/nogo task during two fMRI scans, once at age 14 years and again at age 15 years.  ...  Findings highlight the necessity of considering brain-behavior relationships in the context of ongoing developmental changes and suggests that using neuroimaging data at a single time point to predict  ...  FUNDING We greatly appreciate the assistance of the Biomedical Imaging Center at the University of Illinois.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2017.00141 pmid:28392763 pmcid:PMC5364459 fatcat:hha64tmhoffdzbyuspzjpklmxq

Brain MRI in Children With Type 1 Diabetes: Snapshot or Road Map of Developmental Changes?

G. J. Biessels, Y. D. Reijmer
2013 Diabetes  
The findings also highlight the complexity of studying the impact of a multifaceted condition such as diabetes in the context of brain development (Fig. 1) .  ...  Figure 1 - 1 The complexity and dynamics of human cortical development from childhood to adolescence are shown.  ... 
doi:10.2337/db13-1466 pmid:24357700 fatcat:xaadiyto7zcclhxbfqyyt7i2ry

Neural Perspectives on Cognitive Control Development during Childhood and Adolescence

Eveline A. Crone, Nikolaus Steinbeis
2017 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
Several studies have made use of advanced data driven methods to discover meaningful connectivity patterns in the developing brain [80, 81] .  ...  for cognitive control in adults [12] [13] [14] and were applied to the understanding of the neural basis of cognitive control development in children and adolescents.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2017.01.003 pmid:28159355 fatcat:ymhiew5q5vgknhx2ce2prln2mq

Mechanisms of learning and plasticity in childhood and adolescence

Yana Fandakova, Catherine A. Hartley
2020 Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience  
Notably, the authors demonstrated that combining different neuroimaging methods increased sensitivity to capture small but meaningful functional differences in language networks in the developing brain  ...  Typically-developing children showed a negative correlation between numerical abilities and functional brain activation in a network of brain regions associated with numerical cognition, whereas children  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2020.100764 pmid:32072937 pmcid:PMC7013153 fatcat:owgssehkjbfkfeh2iifljstam4

New Research Findings

Jessica Beer, David B. Pisoni, William G. Kronenberger, Ann E. Geers
2010 ASHA Leader  
the development of these more general cognitive processes and understanding how they are affected by a period of auditory deprivation and language delay.  ...  Successful cochlear implant use throughout the lifespan requires learning how to perceive, process, and integrate auditory information in a meaningful way, thus relying on domaingeneral processes such  ...  Adolescence in particular is a period of development characterized not only by social, emotional, cognitive, and self-regulatory development and corresponding changes in societal expectations in these  ... 
doi:10.1044/leader.ftr2.15152010.12 pmid:25580073 pmcid:PMC4286795 fatcat:ft2y4pce3rgnreun3vltmp5s34

Meaningful Family Relationships: Neurocognitive Buffers of Adolescent Risk Taking

Eva H. Telzer, Andrew J. Fuligni, Matthew D. Lieberman, Adriana Galván
2013 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
■ Discordant development of brain regions responsible for cognitive control and reward processing may render adolescents susceptible to risk taking.  ...  Results sug-gest that adolescents with greater family obligation values show decreased activation in the ventral striatum when receiving monetary rewards and increased dorsolateral PFC activation during  ...  Acknowledgments Support for this study was provided by the NICHD (R01HD057164-S and R01HD057164; Fuligni), the Center for Culture, Brain and Development Research Grant (Fuligni and Galvan), an NSF Doctoral  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn_a_00331 pmid:23163412 pmcid:PMC3932333 fatcat:7bxolut72rbu7o5hnappbdiaba

Cognition, Emotion, and Neurobiological Development: Mediating the Relation Between Maltreatment and Aggression

Vivien Lee, Peter N. S. Hoaken
2007 Child Maltreatment  
Only when the adverse effects of maltreatment on brain and cognitive development are understood can scholars hope to develop more effective interventions to alter the developmental pathway to aggression  ...  This review proposes that biases in cognitive, emotional, and neurobiological development mediate the relation between childhood maltreatment and the development of aggression.  ...  The integration of cognitive and developmental psychology research in the study of maltreatment and aggression would provide improved macro-and micro-level explanations for disruptions in cognitive development  ... 
doi:10.1177/1077559507303778 pmid:17631627 fatcat:lxcuucrlzvgqbeezwdixhj7o7u

Neurodevelopment: The Impact of Nutrition and Inflammation During Adolescence in Low-Resource Settings

Janina R. Galler, John R. Koethe, Robert H. Yolken
2017 Pediatrics  
Additional study is also needed to understand which aspects of brain and cognitive development are most susceptible during the adolescent period.  ...  Better studies of the role of sexually transmitted infections in brain development.  ... 
doi:10.1542/peds.2016-2828i pmid:28562250 pmcid:PMC5374755 fatcat:maytb6zppvchlc5fm2ep32sse4

Restrained Eating Is Associated with Lower Cortical Thickness in the Inferior Frontal Gyrus in Adolescents

Isabel García-García, Maite Garolera, Jonatan Ottino-González, Xavier Prats-Soteras, Anna Prunell-Castañé, María Ángeles Jurado
2021 Brain Sciences  
In the current study, we analyzed whether eating patterns can be used to classify participants into meaningful clusters, and we examined whether there are neurocognitive differences between the clusters  ...  In adolescents, the cluster with high restrictive eating showed lower cortical thickness in the inferior frontal gyrus compared to the other two clusters.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci11080978 fatcat:vx6m6cfuuvcctoidssnnvrgezi

The Current Trends of Neuropsychological Assessment Implementation in Educational Environment

Valeriya Stepashkina, Alina Akhmetshina
2022 ARPHA Proceedings  
Results of this study also consider the cognitive and high mental impairments that accompany dysfunction in personality characteristics.  ...  diagnostics in adolescence and youth age.  ...  Acknowledgments This paper has been supported by the Kazan Federal University Strategic Academic Leadership Program.  ... 
doi:10.3897/ap.5.e1655 doaj:b51c1e3e0e424687be79da71d9215915 fatcat:csl6xsi6rfbqllzsc7zxuempze

Alcohol and Drug Use and the Developing Brain

Lindsay M. Squeglia, Kevin M. Gray
2016 Current Psychiatry Reports  
to engage in heavy alcohol or drug use, and (2) how does heavy alcohol and drug use affect normal neural development and cognitive functioning?  ...  Over the past decade, research has attempted to disentangle pre-and postsubstance use effects on brain development by using sophisticated longitudinal designs.  ...  The funding source had no role other than financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11920-016-0689-y pmid:26984684 pmcid:PMC4883014 fatcat:p5dvmb7235fixattenmod2vtp4

Studying individual differences in human adolescent brain development

Lucy Foulkes, Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
2018 Nature Neuroscience  
Existing research in 12 adolescent neurocognitive development has focussed largely on averages, but this obscures 13 meaningful individual variation in development.  ...  These psychosocial 11 changes are paralleled by structural and functional changes in the brain.  ...  It is not routine 220 for SES to be analysed in cognitive neuroscience studies of adolescent development, but 221 these results suggest that it could be linked to meaningful individual differences, and  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41593-018-0078-4 pmid:29403031 fatcat:jwttyi6elva7nd2ykesnuiguzy

Neural Correlates of Social Influence on Risk Taking and Substance Use in Adolescents

Eva H. Telzer, Christina R. Rogers, Jorien Van Hoorn
2017 Current Addiction Report  
Developmental neuroscience using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has identified regions of the brain involved in social cognition, cognitive control, and reward processing that are integrally  ...  Adolescents often engage in elevated levels of risk taking that gives rise to substance use. Family and peers constitute the primary contextual risk factors for adolescent substance use.  ...  Acknowledgments Preparation of this manuscript was supported by the National Institutes of Health (R01DA039923 to Telzer) and the National Science Foundation (SES 1459719).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40429-017-0164-9 pmid:29242768 pmcid:PMC5724782 fatcat:qydgq4lzsfa4nkq7f4rlic4nge
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