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Preschool Externalizing Behavior Predicts Gender-Specific Variation in Adolescent Neural Structure

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Greater preschool externalizing behavior relates to smaller right angular gyrus and temporoparietal junction, across genders.

A) Coronal, sagittal, and axial views; coordinates indicate cluster peak, within the angular gyrus. B) Correlation of individual subject cluster volume and preschool externalizing behavior (full sample: r = -0.536, p = 0.000000705; male: r = -0.584, p = 0.000355; female r = -0.607, p = 0.0000199).

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