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The dramatic changes in cognitive ability observed throughout childhood mirror comparably significant changes in the developing brain. Studies of animals provide important data on associations between the development of behavior and the neural substrate. However, understanding the development of brain-behavior relations for higher cognitive functions in humans requires direct, concurrent measurement of behavior and brain functions in the children themselves. To date, such data have been verydoi:10.1207/s15326942dn242&3_07 pmid:14561565 fatcat:rnvxmodojzgj7ppu3do47mhiza