25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

THE ABCD STUDY: LESSONS & RESULTS FROM THE FIRST THREE YEARS

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The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study (ABCD) is the largest longitudinal study of child and adolescent brain development in the United States. Beginning in 2017, over 11,000 youth were enrolled in the study’s 21 sites, including the University of Utah Diagnostic Neuroimaging Lab. Dr. McGlade’s presentation will include an overview of child adolescent brain development, details about the research methods used in ABCD, results from the first three years of data collection, and clinical implications of these findings.

As a result of participating in this breakout, you will be able to:

1) Describe the overarching processes of child and adolescent brain development and the ways in which the ABCD study is examining the interplay of psychosocial and environmental factors with brain development in youth; and,
2) Discuss results from the first three years of the ABCD study, including clinical implications as participants transition from children to adolescents.

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