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Table 3. 

Associations between Working Memory Development and Change in Cortical Clusters in Subgroups of Children, Early Adolescents, and Late Adolescents

Cortical Cluster
Childhood (n = 27, 8.2–11.6 Years Old)
Early Adolescence (n = 28, 12.0–15.9 Years Old)
Late Adolescence (n = 24, 16.0–19.4 Years Old)
rrr
Prefrontal LH −.18 −.23 −.44 
Prefrontal RH −.26 −.26 −.44 
Central LH −.24 −.34 −.37 
Central RH −.25 −.38 −.32 
Parietal LH −.14 −.40 −.41 
Parietal RH −.20 −.40 −.36 
Cortical Cluster
Childhood (n = 27, 8.2–11.6 Years Old)
Early Adolescence (n = 28, 12.0–15.9 Years Old)
Late Adolescence (n = 24, 16.0–19.4 Years Old)
rrr
Prefrontal LH −.18 −.23 −.44 
Prefrontal RH −.26 −.26 −.44 
Central LH −.24 −.34 −.37 
Central RH −.25 −.38 −.32 
Parietal LH −.14 −.40 −.41 
Parietal RH −.20 −.40 −.36 

Partial correlations between annual change in working memory performance and annual volume change, controlled for sex and age. Note that none of the correlations were significantly different in the three age groups.

Bold: p < .05.

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