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Human Brain Mapping
Socio-economic disadvantage increases exposure to life stressors. Animal research suggests early life stressors impact later neurodevelopment, including myelin developmental growth. To determine how early life disadvantage may affect myelin growth in adolescence and young adulthood, we analysed data from an accelerated longitudinal neuroimaging study measuring magnetisation transfer (MT), a myelin-sensitive marker, in 288 participants (149 female) between 14 and 25 years of age at baseline. Wedoi:10.1002/hbm.25024 pmid:32432383 pmcid:PMC7375075 fatcat:x6vpq7t7fbgbhppwy44rsskcim