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Abstract #3257

Morphological Correlates of Objective and Subjective Cognitive Control in Healthy Adults

Adam Clemente1, Emma Lawrence1, Phoebe Imms1, Derek K Jones1,2, and Karen Caeyenberghs1

1School of Psychology, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia, 2School of Psychology, Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, Cardiff, United Kingdom

There is evidence showing the neural basis of cognitive control utilizing morphological measures of the brain in healthy adults. In the present study, we complement and extend on previous voxel-based morphometry based research by utilizing the more specific brain macrostructure metric of cortical thickness to investigate the differential morphological correlates of objective and subjective cognitive control. Here, we used a rigorous cognitive control test battery implemented on 25 healthy adults. Further research on morphological correlates of objective and subjective cognitive control in healthy populations is necessary to provide baseline data for future clinical populations.

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