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1 [Title] Iroise Dumontheil Ian Apperly Sarah-Jayne Blakemore Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL UCL Neural substrates of online perspective taking and its development during adolescence

2 UCL Dumontheil, Apperly, Blakemore, Dev Science (in press) Is the social brain network (mPFC, STS, temporal poles) recruited during online perspective taking? Or are brain regions supporting mental rotations (parietal & premotor cortex) recruited ? How does the neural substrates for this task changes during development ? * Blakemore Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2008

3 [Title] UCL - 5 x 6s trials/block : Female (filler, exp), Male (filler, exp) randomised in the block = 30s block + 1s instruction (Directors/No-directors) - Session: 5 x Directors (31s), 5 x No-directors (31s), 5 x Rest (20s) = Debriefing/questionnaire at the end regarding strategy used to do the task. Subjects Females, right handed, 18 adolescents: 11-17y; 12 adults: 20-30y Move the bottom cube left Directors blocks No-directors blocks Male voice: Move the purple block Female voice: Move the white block Male voice: Move the white block Female voice: Move the purple block F M

4 [Investigators & Affiliations] UCL Females, right handed Adolescents: 18 x 11-16y, adults: 12 x 20-30y Three functional runs: 4 x 650min Two structural scans: Joes Flash sequence – 2 x 5.5min Block design Analysis : Directors vs No-directors Directors vs No-directors x Age Brain coverage: 35 slices, TR=3s, TE=50ms, 3x3x3mm


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