Female Adolescents with Severe Substance and Conduct Problems Have Substantially Less Brain Gray Matter Volume

@inproceedings{Dalwani2015FemaleAW,
  title={Female Adolescents with Severe Substance and Conduct Problems Have Substantially Less Brain Gray Matter Volume},
  author={Manish S. Dalwani and Mary Agnes McMahon and Susan K. Mikulich-Gilbertson and Susan E. Young and Michael F. Regner and Kristen M. Raymond and Shannon K. McWilliams and Marie T. Banich and Jody Tanabe and Thomas J. Crowley and Joseph T. Sakai and Hidenori Yamasue},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVE Structural neuroimaging studies have demonstrated lower regional gray matter volume in adolescents with severe substance and conduct problems. These research studies, including ours, have generally focused on male-only or mixed-sex samples of adolescents with conduct and/or substance problems. Here we compare gray matter volume between female adolescents with severe substance and conduct problems and female healthy controls of similar ages. HYPOTHESES Female adolescents with severe… CONTINUE READING
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