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A developmental social neuroscience model for understanding loneliness in adolescence
ABSTRACT Loneliness is prevalent in adolescents. Although it can be a normative experience, children and adolescents who experience loneliness are often at risk for anxiety, depression, and suicide.Expand
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A Multi-Dimensional and Integrative Approach to Examining the High-Risk and Ultra-High-Risk Stages of Bipolar Disorder
Background Validating the high-risk (HR) and ultra-high-risk (UHR) stages of bipolar disorder (BP) may help enable early intervention strategies. Methods We followed up with 44 offspring of parentsExpand
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Loneliness in late-life depression: structural and functional connectivity during affective processing.
BACKGROUND Late-life depression (LLD) in the elderly was reported to present with emotion dysregulation accompanied by high perceived loneliness. Previous research has suggested that LLD is aExpand
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The Integrity of the Corpus Callosum Mitigates the Impact of Blood Pressure on the Ventral Attention Network and Information Processing Speed in Healthy Adults
Hypertension is a risk factor for cognitive impairment in older age. However, evidence of the neural basis of the relationship between the deterioration of cognitive function and elevated bloodExpand
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Neurodevelopmental changes in the relationship between stress perception and prefrontal-amygdala functional circuitry
Our brain during distinct developmental phases may show differential responses to perceived psychological stress, yet existing research specifically examining neurodevelopmental changes in stressExpand
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A Pontine Region is a Neural Correlate of the Human Affective Processing Network
The in vivo neural activity of the pons during the perception of affective stimuli has not been studied despite the strong implications of its role in affective processing. To examine the activity ofExpand
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Cerebellar neural markers of susceptibility to social isolation and positive affective processing
Chronic loneliness predicts mood disturbances and onset of major depressive disorder. However, little research has examined the neural correlates of individual difference in susceptibility toExpand
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Negative Affect Shared with Siblings is Associated with Structural Brain Network Efficiency and Loneliness in Adolescents
Loneliness has a strong neurobiological basis reflected by its specific relationships with structural brain connectivity. Critically, affect traits are highly related to loneliness, which shows closeExpand
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Diffusivity of the uncinate fasciculus in heroin users relates to their levels of anxiety
Heroin use is closely associated with emotional dysregulation, which may explain its high comorbidity with disorders such as anxiety and depression. However, the understanding of the neurobiologicalExpand
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