Intergenerational neural mediators of early-life anxious temperament

Description: We measured 1) FDG-PET measured brain metabolism during exposure to a potentially threatening human intruder making no-eye-contact (NEC), 2) behavior during NEC, 3) cortisol levels after NEC, and 4) relative brain volume (i.e. log Jacobian determinant). Here, we present the correlations between the behavior/endocrine and brain imaging measures.

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