Sex differences in neural responses to stress and alcohol context cues.

@article{Seo2011SexDI,
  title={Sex differences in neural responses to stress and alcohol context cues.},
  author={Dongju Seo and Zhiru Jia and Cheryl Lacadie and Kristen A Tsou and Keri L. Bergquist and Rajita Sinha},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2011},
  volume={32 11},
  pages={1998-2013}
}
Stress and alcohol context cues are each associated with alcohol-related behaviors, yet neural responses underlying these processes remain unclear. This study investigated the neural correlates of stress and alcohol context cue experiences and examined sex differences in these responses. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, brain responses were examined while 43 right-handed, socially drinking, healthy individuals (23 females) engaged in brief guided imagery of personalized stress… CONTINUE READING

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