Inhibitory deficits in Tourette's syndrome.

  title={Inhibitory deficits in Tourette's syndrome.},
  author={Emily R. Stern and Clancy Blair and Bradley S. Peterson},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  volume={50 1},
A developmental approach to the study of psychopathology can broaden understanding of a wide variety of complex psychological disorders. This article reviews research on Tourette's syndrome (TS), a developmental disorder characterized by unwanted motor and vocal tics. Over the past decade, knowledge of the neurobiology and pathophysiology of TS has progressed rapidly. The application of brain imaging techniques, primarily magnetic resonance imaging, to the study of Tourette's has increased… CONTINUE READING

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