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Development from childhood to adulthood increases morphological and functional inter-individual variability in the right superior temporal cortex

We study the developmental trajectory of morphology and function of the superior temporal cortex (STC) in children (8–9 years), adolescents (14–15 years) and young adults. We analyze cortical surface landmarks and functional MRI (fMRI) responses to voices, other natural categories and tones and exam... Full description

Journal Title: NeuroImage December 2013, Vol.83, pp.739-750
Main Author: Bonte, Milene
Other Authors: Frost, Martin A , Rutten, Sanne , Ley, Anke , Formisano, Elia , Goebel, Rainer
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title: Development from childhood to adulthood increases morphological and functional inter-individual variability in the right superior temporal cortex
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  • Frost, Martin A
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  • Ley, Anke
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  • Development
  • (F)Mri
  • Individual Differences
  • Voice Perception
  • Medicine
ispartof: NeuroImage, December 2013, Vol.83, pp.739-750
description: We study the developmental trajectory of morphology and function of the superior temporal cortex (STC) in children (8–9 years), adolescents (14–15 years) and young adults. We analyze cortical surface landmarks and functional MRI (fMRI) responses to voices, other natural categories and tones and examine how hemispheric asymmetry and inter-subject variability change across age. Our results show stable morphological asymmetries across age groups, including a larger left planum temporale and a deeper right superior temporal sulcus. fMRI analyses show that a rightward lateralization for voice-selective responses is present in all groups but decreases with age. Furthermore, STC responses to voices change from being less selective and more spatially diffuse in children to highly selective and focal in adults. Interestingly, the analysis of morphological landmarks reveals that inter-subject variability increases during development in the right – but...
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