Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-02117-1, published online 23 November 2021


The original version of this Article contained errors.


In Table 2, subheadings “Alpha. Formula”, “Sigma. Formula” and “Beta. Formula” were incorrectly given as “Theta. Formula”.


Incorrect:

Theta. Formula: alpha ~ s(age) + s(weight) + ti(age,weight)
Parametric coefficients Estimate SE t p
Intercept 0.587 0.048 12.13 < 0.001
Theta. Formula: alpha ~ s(age) + s(weight) + ti(age,weight)
Parametric coefficients Estimate SE t P
Intercept − 0.278 0.064 − 4.345 < 0.001
Theta. Formula: beta ~ s(age) + s(weight) + ti(age,weight)
Parametric coefficients Estimate SE t p
Intercept − 0.0379 0.079 − 0.477 0.635

Correct:

Alpha. Formula: alpha ~ s(age) + s(weight) + ti(age, weight)
Parametric coefficients Estimate SE t p
Intercept 0.587 0.048 12.13 < 0.001
Sigma. Formula: sigma ~ s(age) + s(weight) + ti(age, weight)
Parametric coefficients Estimate SE t p
Intercept − 0.278 0.064 − 4.345 < 0.001
Beta. Formula: beta ~ s(age) + s(weight) + ti(age, weight)
Parametric coefficients Estimate SE t p
Intercept − 0.0379 0.079 − 0.477 0.635

Additionally, in the section “Future directions and limitations”,


“This is similar to humans, where neuromaturation continues well into “young adulthood”, with gray/white matter changes continuing beyond the age of 1872 and white matter developing into the late 1920s73, despite the commonly accepted 18-year cutoff of adulthood72,73.”


now reads:


“This is similar to humans, where neuromaturation continues well into “young adulthood”, with gray/white matter changes continuing beyond the age of 1872 and white matter developing into the late 20s73, despite the commonly accepted 18-year cutoff of adulthood72,73.”


The original Article has been corrected.