Kimberly G. Noble, Suzanne M. Houston, Eric Kan and Elizabeth R. Sowell Neural correlates of socioeconomic status in the developing human brain Developmental Science 15
Socioeconomic disparities in childhood are associated with remarkable differences in cognitive and socio-emotional development during a time when dramatic changes are occurring in the brain. Yet, the neurobiological pathways through which socioeconomic status (SES) shapes development remain poorly understood. Behavioral evidence suggests that language, memory, socialemotional processing, and cognitive control exhibit relatively large differences across SES. Here we investigated whether volumetric differences could be observed across SES in several neural regions that support these skills.
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