Amygdala, hippocampal and corpus callosum size following severe early institutional deprivation: the English and Romanian adoptees study pilot

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Amygdala, hippocampal and corpus callosum size following severe early institutional deprivation: the English and Romanian adoptees study pilot
Authors: Mitul A. Mehta, Nicole I. Golembo, Chiara Nosarti, Emma Colvert, Ashley Mota, Steven C. R. Williams, Michael Rutter, Edmund J. S. Sonuga-Barke
Citation: Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines 50 (8): 943-941. 2009 August
Database(s): Bibliographics or graphical review in IBVD PubMed (PMID/19457047)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.2009.02084.x.
Link(s): http://www.ahealthymind.org/library/Instit%20amygdala%20Mehta%2009.pdf
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Amygdala, hippocampal and corpus callosum size following severe early institutional deprivation: the English and Romanian adoptees study is a study on the anatomical sizes of amygdala, hippocampus and corpus callosum with magnetic resonance imaging.

[edit] Critique

  1. The standard deviation for the area of the corpus callosum is very large and likely an error. It may be a unit error: it should be interpreted as square millimeter rather than square centimeters.
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