Adolescent impulsivity phenotypes characterized by distinct brain networks

@article{Whelan2012AdolescentIP,
  title={Adolescent impulsivity phenotypes characterized by distinct brain networks},
  author={R. Whelan and P. Conrod and Jean-Baptiste Poline and A. Lourdusamy and T. Banaschewski and G. Barker and M. Bellgrove and C. B{\"u}chel and M. Byrne and T. Cummins and M. Fauth-Buehler and H. Flor and J. Gallinat and A. Heinz and B. Ittermann and K. Mann and J. Martinot and E. Lalor and M. Lathrop and E. Loth and F. Nees and T. Paus and M. Rietschel and M. Smolka and R. Spanagel and D. Stephens and M. Struve and B. Thyreau and S. Vollst{\"a}dt-Klein and T. Robbins and G. Schumann and H. Garavan},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={920-925}
}
  • R. Whelan, P. Conrod, +29 authors H. Garavan
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nature Neuroscience
  • The impulsive behavior that is often characteristic of adolescence may reflect underlying neurodevelopmental processes. Moreover, impulsivity is a multi-dimensional construct, and it is plausible that distinct brain networks contribute to its different cognitive, clinical and behavioral aspects. As these networks have not yet been described, we identified distinct cortical and subcortical networks underlying successful inhibitions and inhibition failures in a large sample (n = 1,896) of 14-year… CONTINUE READING
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