Differential patterns of activity and functional connectivity in emotion processing neural circuitry to angry and happy faces in adolescents with and without suicide attempt.

@article{Pan2013DifferentialPO,
  title={Differential patterns of activity and functional connectivity in emotion processing neural circuitry to angry and happy faces in adolescents with and without suicide attempt.},
  author={Lisa A. Pan and Stefanie Hassel and Anna Maria Segreti and Sharon A Nau and David A. Brent and Mary L. Phillips},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={43 10},
  pages={2129-42}
}
BACKGROUND Neural substrates of emotion dysregulation in adolescent suicide attempters remain unexamined. METHOD We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to measure neural activity to neutral, mild or intense (i.e., 0%, 50% or 100% intensity) emotion face morphs in two separate emotion-processing runs (angry and happy) in three adolescent groups: (1) history of suicide attempt and depression (ATT, n=14) ; (2) history of depression alone (NAT, n=15) ; and (3) healthy controls (HC, n=15… CONTINUE READING
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