Affective reactivity during adolescence: Associations with age, puberty and testosterone

Description: These data were collected as part of the SFIC project at the University of California, Los Angeles. In this longitudinal project, participants completed three repeat assessments between early and late adolescence. The current study analysed 83 adolescents from the larger project (aged 9-18 years). At each of the assessments (mean ages: 10, 13 and 16 years), adolescents completed an affective faces fMRI task, where they passively observed exemplars of five different basic emotional expressions in a rapid event-related design. They also completed a questionnaire assessing their pubertal stage and provided a sample of their saliva that was assayed for testosterone levels. Changes in neural response were related to age, pubertal stage, and testosterone using multilevel modelling.

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