Neural substrates of the interaction of emotional stimulus processing and motor inhibitory control: An emotional linguistic <ce:italic>go/no-go</ce:italic> fMRI study

@article{Goldstein2007NeuralSO,
  title={Neural substrates of the interaction of emotional stimulus processing and motor inhibitory control: An emotional linguistic <ce:italic>go/no-go</ce:italic> fMRI study},
  author={Martin Goldstein and Gary Brendel and Oliver Tuescher and Hong Pan and Jane Epstein and Manfred E. Beutel and Yihong Yang and Katherine Thomas and Kenneth D Levy and Michael Silverman and Jonathon Clarkin and Michael Posner and Otto Kernberg and Emily Stern and David Silbersweig},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2007},
  volume={36},
  pages={1026-1040}
}
Neural substrates of behavioral inhibitory control have been probed in a variety of animal model, physiologic, behavioral, and imaging studies, many emphasizing the role of prefrontal circuits. Likewise, the neurocircuitry of emotion has been investigated from a variety of perspectives. Recently, neural mechanisms mediating the interaction of emotion and behavioral regulation have become the focus of intense study. To further define neurocircuitry specifically underlying the interaction between… CONTINUE READING
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