Neural correlates and structural markers of emotion dysregulation in traumatized civilians

  title={Neural correlates and structural markers of emotion dysregulation in traumatized civilians},
  author={Abigail D Powers and Jennifer Strafford Stevens and Sanne van Rooij and Timothy D. Ely and Negar Fani and Tanja Jovanovic and Kerry J. Ressler and Bekh Bradley},
  booktitle={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
Emotion dysregulation (ED) reflects deficits in understanding and managing negative emotions and may serve as a transdiagnostic mechanism of risk for trauma-related psychiatric disorders. Therefore, understanding neurobiological substrates of ED in traumatized individuals is critical. The present study examined associations between ED and baseline structural differences and patterns of functional activity during an emotional task in a sample of African American women (n = 136) recruited from an… CONTINUE READING
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