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Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study Completes Enrollment of Nearly 12,000 9-10 Year Olds

News   Dec 03, 2018 | Original Press Release from NIH

 
Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study Completes Enrollment of Nearly 12,000 9-10 Year Olds

fMRI image of preteen brain while child performs a working memory task, released by ABCD researchers. The regions in yellow and red are most active. Credit: Richard Watts, PhD, University of Vermont and Fair Neuroimaging Lab, Oregon Health and Science University

 
 
 

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