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Anxious and non-anxious adolescents' experiences of non-clinical magnetic resonance imaging research.

Abstract:

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become a ubiquitous research tool for developmental neuroscientists interested in brain structure and function in children and adolescents. However, ethical concerns are sometimes raised about using MRI with children and adolescents, especially when participants have anxiety. We asked 17 clinically/sub-clinically anxious and 19 non-anxious adolescents about their experiences of taking part in MRI for research purposes. Although the anxious group reported e...

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10.1007/s10578-012-0350-x

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Journal:
Child psychiatry and human development
Volume:
44
Issue:
4
Pages:
556-560
Publication date:
2013-08-05
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EISSN:
1573-3327
ISSN:
0009-398X
URN:
uuid:8ad2999c-7d1a-4fed-9088-0cf18492a316
Source identifiers:
366137
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pubs:366137

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