PM analysis during peer conformity when confronted with opposing attitudes from peers and parents (Mutual Conflict PM)

Contributed by kathydo on Dec. 19, 2019

Collection: Neural sensitivity to conflicting attitudes supports greater conformity toward positive over negative influence in early adolescence

Communities: developmental

Description: Whole-brain analysis of the Mutual Conflict PM contrast. Adolescents’ binary choice of peer or parent was modeled as a parametric modulator (1=peer, 0=parent) of the neural response to Mutual Conflict trials.

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