Frontal Hyperconnectivity Related to Discounting and Reversal Learning in Cocaine Subjects

@article{Camchong2011FrontalHR,
  title={Frontal Hyperconnectivity Related to Discounting and Reversal Learning in Cocaine Subjects},
  author={Jazmin Camchong and Angus W. MacDonald and Brent E. Nelson and Christopher Bell and Bryon A. Mueller and Sheila M. Specker and Kelvin O. Lim},
  journal={Biological Psychiatry},
  year={2011},
  volume={69},
  pages={1117-1123}
}
BACKGROUND Functional neuroimaging studies suggest that chronic cocaine use is associated with frontal lobe abnormalities. Functional connectivity (FC) alterations of cocaine-dependent individuals (CD), however, are not yet clear. This is the first study to our knowledge that examines resting FC of anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) in CD. Because ACC is known to integrate inputs from different brain regions to regulate behavior, we hypothesized that CD will have connectivity abnormalities in ACC… CONTINUE READING
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