Chinese Color Nest Project

This is a twenty-year project, and its long-term goal is to create neurobiologically sound developmental curves for the brain to characterize phenomenological changes associated with the onset of varying forms of mental health and learning disorders, as well as to predict the developmental status (i.e., age-expected values) of an individual brain’s structure or function. Beyond…

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Crisis & Opportunity in Developmental Neuroscience

I posted the modified PDF version of the presentation by Professor F. Xavier Castellanos from New York University. He talked about this ‘Crisis and Opportunity’ story during the Brain Mind Development in Childhood and Adolescence Forum of the Inaugural Beijing Brain Conference (26 October 2020). Open science shares with the community, for reproducibility!

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Brain Development | Growth Charts

Growth is a result of your child’s genetics, environment, and culture. When your children come to a well-child check, their pediatrician will measure their height and weight at each visit and head circumference when they are 3 years and younger. Not only can it be fun to see how much they have grown between visits,…

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