Correction: Individual variations in ‘Brain Age’ relate to early-life factors more than to longitudinal brain change
Vidal-Pineiro D, Wang Y, Krogsrud SK, Amlien IK, Baaré WFC, Bartres-Faz D, Bertram L, Brandmaier AM, Drevon CA, Düzel S, Ebmeier K, Henson RN, Junqué C, Kievit RA, Kühn S, Leonardsen E, Lindenberger E, Madsen KS, Magnussen F, Mowinckel AM, Nyberg L, Roe JM, Segura B, Smith SM, Sørensen Ø, Suri S, Westerhausen R, Zalesky A, Zsoldos E, Walhovd KB, Fjell A. 2021. Individual variations in ‘brain age’ relate to early-life factors more than to longitudinal brain change. eLife 10:e69995. doi: 10.7554/eLife.69995.
Published 10 November 2021
We discovered that Figure 3 and Figure 4 were “switched”, i.e., Figure 3 was represented in Figure 4 and vice versa. Also, Figure 4, panel (d) represented the information on Figure 3, panel (d). The error was due to an incorrect Figure-name assignment when saved. The error referred only to the visual representation. Both, the caption to the Figures and the statistics are correct. The article has been corrected accordingly. The updated figures are shown below. Finally, the funding source for sigma2 is nn9769k, instead of NN9767k.
The corrected Figure 3:
The originally published Figure 3 is shown here for reference:
The corrected Figure 4:
The originally published Figure 4 is shown here for reference:
Article and author information
- Received: April 13, 2022
- Accepted: April 13, 2022
- Version of Record published: April 26, 2022 (version 1)
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