Neural architecture supporting active emotion processing in children: A multivariate approach.

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Summary of "Neural architecture supporting active emotion processing in children: A multivariate approach."

Adaptive emotion processing is critical for nearly all aspects of social and emotional functioning. There are distinct developmental trajectories associated with improved emotion processing, with a protracted developmental course for negative or complex emotions. The specific changes in neural circuitry that underlie this development, however are still scarcely understood. We employed a multivariate approach in order to elucidate distinctions in complex, naturalistic emotion processing between childhood and adulthood.


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Name: NeuroImage
ISSN: 1095-9572


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