Neural Predictors of Initiating Alcohol Use During Adolescence.

  title={Neural Predictors of Initiating Alcohol Use During Adolescence.},
  author={Lindsay M. Squeglia and Tali Manber Ball and Joanna Jacobus and Ty Brumback and Benjamin S. McKenna and Tam T Nguyen-Louie and Scott Sorg and Martin P. Paulus and Susan F. Tapert},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  volume={174 2},
OBJECTIVE Underage drinking is widely recognized as a leading public health and social problem for adolescents in the United States. Being able to identify at-risk adolescents before they initiate heavy alcohol use could have important clinical and public health implications; however, few investigations have explored individual-level precursors of adolescent substance use. This prospective investigation used machine learning with demographic, neurocognitive, and neuroimaging data in substance… CONTINUE READING
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