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Dynamic Development of Regional Cortical Thickness and Surface Area in Early Childhood
Cortical thickness (CT) and surface area (SA) are altered in many neuropsychiatric disorders and are correlated with cognitive functioning. Little is known about how these components of cortical gray matter develop in the first years of life. We studied the longitudinal development of regional CT and SA expansion in healthy infants from birth to 2 years. CT and SA have distinct and heterogeneous patterns of development that are exceptionally dynamic; overall CT increases by an average of 36.1%,doi:10.17615/qbpk-x893 fatcat:qbwapzidgvgefbfstuhrdibkrq