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Dev Neurosci (2014) 36 (3-4): 239–249.
Published Online: 15 July 2014
...Jamie Ferri; Jennifer N. Bress; Nicholas R. Eaton; Greg Hajcak Proudfit Adolescence is associated with the onset of puberty, shifts in social and emotional behavior and an increased vulnerability to social anxiety disorder. These transitions coincide with changes in amygdala response to social...
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Dev Neurosci (2014) 36 (3-4): 210–219.
Published Online: 01 July 2014
...Sandy Overgaauw; Berna Güroğlu; Carolien Rieffe; Eveline A. Crone This study examined neural correlates of empathy in adolescence while observing harmful acts. A total of 32 participants (aged 12-19 years) viewed pictures depicting negative (offenders inflicting intentional harm) and positive...
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Dev Neurosci (2014) 36 (3-4): 147–160.
Published Online: 27 June 2014
... subcortical regions (involved in affect and reward processing) and prefrontal regions (involved in cognitive control) underlies the increase in risk-taking and sensation-seeking behaviors observed during adolescence. Most support for this ‘dual systems' hypothesis relies on cross-sectional data...
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Dev Neurosci (2014) 36 (3-4): 161–174.
Published Online: 27 May 2014
... and it is not known whether protracted maturation of the hippocampus in adolescence is related to memory development. First, we investigated hippocampal subfield development using 170 longitudinally acquired brain magnetic resonance imaging scans from 85 participants aged 8-21 years. Hippocampal subfield volumes were...
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Dev Neurosci (2014) 36 (3-4): 196–209.
Published Online: 14 May 2014
...Ashley R. Smith; Laurence Steinberg; Jason Chein Much recent research on adolescent decision making has sought to characterize the neurobiological mechanisms that underlie the proclivity of adolescents to engage in risky behavior. One class of influential neurodevelopmental models focuses...
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Dev Neurosci (2014) 36 (3-4): 220–227.
Published Online: 08 May 2014
...Michael Dreyfuss; Kristina Caudle; Andrew T. Drysdale; Natalie E. Johnston; Alexandra O. Cohen; Leah H. Somerville; Adriana Galván; Nim Tottenham; Todd A. Hare; B.J. Casey There is a significant inflection in risk taking and criminal behavior during adolescence, but the basis for this increase...
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Dev Neurosci (2009) 31 (1-2): 137–148.
Published Online: 17 April 2009
...Michael J. Crowley; Jia Wu; Clifford Crutcher; Christopher A. Bailey; C.W. Lejuez; Linda C. Mayes Event-related brain potentials were examined in 32 adolescents (50% female) from a high-risk sample, who were exposed to cocaine and other drugs prenatally. Adolescents were selected for extreme high...
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