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Table 1. 

Clusters Showing Significant Relationships between Working Memory Development and Cortical Maturation

Cortical Cluster
Annotation Max Vertex
Cluster Size (mm2)
MNI Coordinates Max Vertex (x, y, z)
Clusterwise p
Confidence Limits for Clusterwise p
Prefrontal LH Rostral middle frontal 4621.5 −36, 53, −7 .0006 .0003−.0009 
Prefrontal RH Rostral middle frontal 8506.4 43, 34, 22 .0001 .0000−.0002 
Central LH Precentral 3324.3 −56, −1, 36 .0136 .0121−.0151 
Central RH Postcentral 2858.7 58, −16, 29 .0405 .0380−.0430 
Parietal LH Superior parietal 5579.3 −22, −86, 29 .0001 .0000−.0002 
Parietal RH Superior parietal 8432.4 21, −60, 51 .0001 .0000−.0002 
Cortical Cluster
Annotation Max Vertex
Cluster Size (mm2)
MNI Coordinates Max Vertex (x, y, z)
Clusterwise p
Confidence Limits for Clusterwise p
Prefrontal LH Rostral middle frontal 4621.5 −36, 53, −7 .0006 .0003−.0009 
Prefrontal RH Rostral middle frontal 8506.4 43, 34, 22 .0001 .0000−.0002 
Central LH Precentral 3324.3 −56, −1, 36 .0136 .0121−.0151 
Central RH Postcentral 2858.7 58, −16, 29 .0405 .0380−.0430 
Parietal LH Superior parietal 5579.3 −22, −86, 29 .0001 .0000−.0002 
Parietal RH Superior parietal 8432.4 21, −60, 51 .0001 .0000−.0002 

Sex, age, and scan interval were included as covariates of no interest, and simulation-based clusterwise correction for multiple comparisons was employed. All clusters showed negative associations.

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