Study protocol: families and childhood transitions study (FACTS) – a longitudinal investigation of the role of the family environment in brain development and risk for mental health disorders in community based children
作者: J.G. SimmonsO.S. SchwartzK. BrayC. DeaneE. PozziS. RichmondJ. SmithN. VijayakumarM.L. ByrneM.L. SealM.B.H. YapN.B. AllenS.L. Whittle
作者单位: 1The University of Melbourne
2The University of Melbourne and Melbourne Health
3Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
4The University of Oregon
5Royal Children’s Hospital
6Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences, Monash University
刊名: BMC Pediatrics, 2017, Vol.17 (1)
来源数据库: Springer Journal
DOI: 10.1186/s12887-017-0905-x
关键词: Brain developmentLate childhoodParentingSocial disadvantageMental healthHormonesAdrenarcheProtocolMRI
英文摘要: Extant research has demonstrated that parenting behaviour can be a significant contributor to the development of brain structure and mental health during adolescence. Nonetheless, there is limited research examining these relationships during late childhood, and particularly in the critical period of brain development occurring between 8 and 10 years of age. The effects of the family environment on the brain during late childhood may have significant implications for later functioning, and particularly mental health. The Families and Childhood Transitions Study (FACTS) is a multidisciplinary longitudinal cohort study of brain development and mental health, with two waves of data collection currently funded, occurring 18-months apart, when child participants are aged approximately 8- and...
原始语种摘要: Extant research has demonstrated that parenting behaviour can be a significant contributor to the development of brain structure and mental health during adolescence. Nonetheless, there is limited research examining these relationships during late childhood, and particularly in the critical period of brain development occurring between 8 and 10 years of age. The effects of the family environment on the brain during late childhood may have significant implications for later functioning, and particularly mental health. The Families and Childhood Transitions Study (FACTS) is a multidisciplinary longitudinal cohort study of brain development and mental health, with two waves of data collection currently funded, occurring 18-months apart, when child participants are aged approximately 8- and...
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  • 年代 保健
  • development 开发
  • FACTS Facilities Administration Control and Time Scheduler
  • environment 环境
  • brain 
  • childhood 幼年
  • longitudinal 纵向的
  • health 保健
  • years 保健
  • during 在的期间
  • community 群落