You are the danger: attenuated insula response in methamphetamine users during aversive interoceptive decision-making.

@article{Stewart2014YouAT,
  title={You are the danger: attenuated insula response in methamphetamine users during aversive interoceptive decision-making.},
  author={Jennifer L. Stewart and April C. May and Tasha Poppa and Paul W. Davenport and Susan F. Tapert and Martin P. Paulus},
  journal={Drug and alcohol dependence},
  year={2014},
  volume={142},
  pages={110-9}
}
BACKGROUND Drug dependent individuals often make drug-taking decisions when they do not feel well. Yet, few studies have examined the influence of an aversive state on decision-making related neural processing. METHODS We investigate brain activation to decision-making during an aversive interoceptive challenge in methamphetamine users using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Recently abstinent inpatients with methamphetamine use disorder (METH; n=20) and healthy comparison… CONTINUE READING
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