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Individual differences in neonatal white matter are associated with executive function at 3 years of age
The development of executive function (EF) in early childhood contributes to social and academic aspects of school readiness and facilitates emerging self-regulatory competence. Numerous efforts are underway to identify aspects of early brain development that contribute to emerging EF. Existing research supports the importance of multiple white matter tracts for EF in older children and adults. However, this research has not been extended to young children. In this study, we consider neonataldoi:10.17615/heqa-ra49 fatcat:omkqh6sil5c2lemui5frirbrli