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Adolescent immaturity in attention-related brain engagement to emotional facial expressions

Christopher S Monk, Erin B McClure, Eric E Nelson, Eric Zarahn, Robert M Bilder, Ellen Leibenluft, Dennis S Charney, Monique Ernst, Daniel S Pine
2003 NeuroImage  
We evaluated developmental differences in neural activation for three comparisons: (1) directing attention to subjective responses to fearful facial expressions relative to directing attention to a nonemotional  ...  These findings suggest that adults show greater modulation of activity in relevant brain structures based on attentional demands, whereas adolescents exhibit greater modulation based on emotional content  ...  Discussion This study examined differences in brain engagement of adolescents and adults during selective attention to emotional and nonemotional features of facial expressions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1053-8119(03)00355-0 pmid:14527602 fatcat:uwoecqi77bfijlrppbgnewghaq

Page 1576 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 20, Issue 9 [page]

2008 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
As such, adolescent immaturity of amygdala function appears to be relatively subtle: It occurs in an isolated set of attention- and emotion-specific viewing conditions.  ...  These findings suggest that the neural underpinnings of facial expression perception instantiated in the fusiform face area may continue to develop through adolescence.  ... 

A time of change: Behavioral and neural correlates of adolescent sensitivity to appetitive and aversive environmental cues

Leah H. Somerville, Rebecca M. Jones, B.J. Casey
2010 Brain and Cognition  
Common behavioral changes during adolescence may be associated with a heightened responsiveness to incentives and emotional cues while the capacity to effectively engage in cognitive and emotion regulation  ...  Adolescence is a developmental period that entails substantial changes in affective and incentive-seeking behavior relative to both childhood and adulthood, including a heightened propensity to engage  ...  adults, who showed comparable amygdala recruitment in response to facial expressions of emotion (Hare et al., 2008, see Fig. 2A ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2009.07.003 pmid:19695759 pmcid:PMC2814936 fatcat:pzajwkbedvfuvixc3zg3fekahi

Page 1337 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 19, Issue 8 [page]

2007 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
., et al Adolescent immaturity in attention-related brain engagement to emotional facial expressions.  ...  Developmental differences in neuronal engagement during implicit encoding of emotional faces: An event-related fMRI study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 44 1015-1024. Nicholls, J.  ... 

A Developmental Examination of Amygdala Response to Facial Expressions

Amanda E. Guyer, Christopher S. Monk, Erin B. McClure-Tone, Eric E. Nelson, Roxann Roberson-Nay, Abby D. Adler, Stephen J. Fromm, Ellen Leibenluft, Daniel S. Pine, Monique Ernst
2008 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
reflect maturation in learning or habituation to facial expressions  ...  Related findings suggest that face-emotion processing engages the amygdala within an interconnected circuitry that can be studied using a functional-connectivity approach.  ...  Reprint requests should be sent to Amanda E. Guyer, MAP/ NIMH/NIH, 15K North Drive, Room 208, MSC 2670, Bethesda, MD 20892-2670  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn.2008.20114 pmid:18345988 pmcid:PMC2902865 fatcat:mfzjoleomzfxpfevy7n5jt4eqq

Tuning the developing brain to social signals of emotions

Jukka M. Leppänen, Charles A. Nelson
2008 Nature Reviews Neuroscience  
Abstract | Humans in different cultures develop a similar capacity to recognize the emotional signals of diverse facial expressions.  ...  A limited set of emotional facial expressions that seem to be recognized universally (by members of different cultures).  ...  , but also that the stimulus conditions that engage these circuits resemble those that are optimal for engaging emotion-related brain circuitry in adults (that is, situations that involve stimulus-emotion  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrn2554 pmid:19050711 pmcid:PMC2976651 fatcat:hevtxqorybey7a4ufg2pgdqsjm

Neural correlates of incidental and directed facial emotion processing in adolescents and adults

Alessandra M. Passarotti, John A. Sweeney, Mani N. Pavuluri
2009 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
A 'directed' emotion processing condition required judgment of facial expressions. An 'incidental' emotion processing condition required an age judgment.  ...  For the incidental emotion processing condition, adolescents, compared with adults, showed less activation in right ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (VLPFC) and greater activation in paralimbic regions,  ...  The developmental differences in ACC engagement for the incidental vs the directed condition may be related to the fact that emotional stimuli draw attention to a greater degree in the younger age group  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsp029 pmid:20035016 pmcid:PMC2799953 fatcat:alkqaj4xxrdopntn3lmb7hxiqa

Page 1750 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 21, Issue 9 [page]

2009 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Adolescent immaturity in attention-related brain engagement to emotional facial expressions. Neuroimage, 20, 420-428. Moriguchi, Y., Ohnishi, T., Mori, T., Matsuda, H., & Komaki, G. (2007).  ...  Localizing age-related changes in brain structure between childhood and adolescence using statistical parametric mapping. Neuroimage, 9, 587-597.  ... 

Spatiotemporal dipole source localization of face processing ERPs in adolescents: a preliminary study

Teresa Wong, Peter Fung, Grainne McAlonan, Siew Chua
2009 Behavioral and Brain Functions  
the processing of emotional facial expressions in older children and adolescents is not well known.  ...  Age-related differences in brain activation patterns illustrate the continued development and maturation of distinct neural systems for processing facial expressions during adolescence and possible changes  ...  The study was also supported by a University of Hong Kong Research grant to SEC. We are most grateful to Drs.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1744-9081-5-16 pmid:19284600 pmcid:PMC2660355 fatcat:u4xbvoxbnnf4zn6ik3udoffpgq

Behavioral and Neural Representation of Emotional Facial Expressions Across the Lifespan

Leah H. Somerville, Negar Fani, Erin B. McClure-Tone
2011 Developmental Neuropsychology  
facial expressions of emotion.  ...  This review examines work to date characterizing the maturation of facial expression comprehension, and dynamic changes in amygdala recruitment from early childhood through late adulthood while viewing  ...  We would like to thank Erika Ruberry for assistance with manuscript preparation and three anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1080/87565641.2010.549865 pmid:21516541 pmcid:PMC3084535 fatcat:fkpygsvwmjgpvgduohlz4ouncy

Associations Between Adolescents' Social Re-orientation Toward Peers Over Caregivers and Neural Response to Teenage Faces

Michele Morningstar, Connor Grannis, Whitney I. Mattson, Eric E. Nelson
2019 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  
The current study examines how relative relational closeness to peers (compared to parents) during adolescence is linked to neural response to the facial emotional expressions of other teenagers.  ...  Adolescence is a period of intensive development in body, brain, and behavior.  ...  neural activation to peer-aged facial expressions of emotion.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2019.00108 pmid:31178704 pmcid:PMC6544008 fatcat:ctm3dpqgmzdfzmq2xstalsbypy

Research Review: A neuroscience framework for pediatric anxiety disorders

Daniel S. Pine
2007 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines  
Individual differences in anxiety among rodents and non-human primates have been shown to reflect early-life influences of genes and the environment on brain circuitry.  ...  Across a range of mammalian species, early developmental variations in fear-related behaviors constrain patterns of anxious behavior throughout life.  ...  Acknowledgements The opinions and assertions contained in this paper are the private views of the authors and are not construed as official or as reflecting the views of the NIMH or the Department of Health  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-7610.2007.01751.x pmid:17593144 fatcat:lrht3im6wvbfzmoeie4ye4lvkm

Neurocognitive bases of emotion regulation development in adolescence

Saz P. Ahmed, Amanda Bittencourt-Hewitt, Catherine L. Sebastian
2015 Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience  
It is therefore of particular interest to understand how emotion regulation develops over this time, and how this relates to ongoing brain development.  ...  In particular, it is important to consider the social context in which adolescent emotion regulation develops.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by an Economic and Social Research Council award to C.L.S.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2015.07.006 pmid:26340451 pmcid:PMC6989808 fatcat:b73jgr2d4bhy5hl5nxq3zx5e6u

Neural Mechanisms of Resistance to Peer Influence in Early Adolescence

M.-H. Grosbras, M. Jansen, G. Leonard, A. McIntosh, K. Osswald, C. Poulsen, L. Steinberg, R. Toro, T. Paus
2007 Journal of Neuroscience  
of angry hand-movements and angry facial expressions: compared with subjects with low resistance to peer influence, individuals with high resistance showed a highly coordinated brain activity in neural  ...  Here we explore neural correlates of inter-individual differences in the probability of resisting peer influence in early adolescence.  ...  This analysis allows us to identify brain regions, engaged during the passive observation of others' movements, where the variations in BOLD signal are related to RPI scores.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1360-07.2007 pmid:17652594 fatcat:xhh5s3xxkve3pdldxc36elbwpq

Memory for fearful faces across development: specialization of amygdala nuclei and medial temporal lobe structures

Charlotte Pinabiaux, Lucie Hertz-Pannier, Catherine Chiron, Sébastian Rodrigo, Isabelle Jambaqué, Marion Noulhiane
2013 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
, which is associated with the expertise in processing emotional facial expression, and which is intimately related to the specialization of MTL memory network.  ...  Memory for fearful faces was enhanced compared with neutral ones in adolescents, as opposed to children.  ...  The developmental shift from the engagement of centro-mesial AC nuclei in children to baso-lateral AC nuclei in adolescents may reflect the growing expertise in processing emotional facial expression,  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00901 pmid:24399958 pmcid:PMC3872298 fatcat:uv6avft7yna65nfekwlfyk6ule
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