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The relationship between adolescents' externalizing and internalizing symptoms and brain development over a period of three years

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Jarvers, Irina ; Kandsperger, Stephanie ; Schleicher, Daniel ; Ando, Ayaka ; Resch, Franz ; Koenig, Julian ; Kaess, Michael ; Brunner, Romuald
Date of publication of this fulltext: 31 Oct 2022 08:41


Background: Adolescence is a crucial period for both brain maturation and the emergence of mental health disorders. Associations between brain morphology and internalizing/externalizing symptomatology have been identified in clinical or at-risk samples, but age-related developmental differences were rarely considered. The current study investigated the longitudinal relationship between ...


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