Mapping Underlying Maturational Changes in Human Brain

【Author】

Lingzhong Fan;Tianzi Jiang;Brainnetome Center,Institute of Automation,Chinese Academy of Sciences;University of Chinese Academy of Sciences;National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition,Institute of Automation,Chinese Academy of Sciences;CAS Center for Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligence Technology,Institute of Automation,Chinese Academy of Sciences;Key Laboratory for Neuro Information of the Ministry of Education,School of Life Science and Technology,University of Electronic Science and Technology of China;The Queensland Brain Institute,University of Queensland;

【Institution】

Brainnetome Center,Institute of Automation,Chinese Academy of Sciences;University of Chinese Academy of Sciences;National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition,Institute of Automation,Chinese Academy of Sciences;CAS Center for Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligence Technology,Institute of Automation,Chinese Academy of Sciences;Key Laboratory for Neuro Information of the Ministry of Education,School of Life Science and Technology,University of Electronic Science and Technology of China;The Queensland Brain Institute,University of Queensland;

【Abstract】

<正>Human brain development is a complex process that continues between birth and maturity,and monitoring the underlying maturational changes at these stages is crucial for our understanding of typical development as well as neurodevelopmental disorders.During the critical periods of brain development,on one hand,many human capacities originate,but on the other hand,a brain undergoing rapid

【Keywords】

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