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Childhood cognitive ability accounts for associations between cognitive ability and brain cortical thickness in old age

By S. Karama, M. E. Bastin, C. Murray, N. A. Royle, L. Penke, S. Munoz Maniega, A. J. Gow, J. Corley, Mdelc Valdes Hernandez, J. D. Lewis, M-E Rousseau, C. Lepage, V. Fonov, D. L. Collins, T. Booth, P. Rioux, T. Sherif, R. Adalat, J. M. Starr, A. C. Evans, J. M. Wardlaw and I. J. Deary
Topics: cognitive ability, cognitive aging, cortical thickness, intelligence, IQ, LOTHIAN BIRTH COHORTS, CEREBRAL-CORTEX, INTELLIGENCE, STABILITY, DISCOVERY, DEMENTIA, DISEASE, RISK
Publisher: 'Springer Science and Business Media LLC'
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1038/mp.2013.64
OAI identifier: oai:pure.atira.dk:publications/0917a46e-4221-42ef-9498-05fbf68ba2df
Provided by: Heriot Watt Pure
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