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The Influence of Different Kinds of Incentives on Decision-Making and Cognitive Control in Adolescent Development: A Review of Behavioral and Neuroscientific Studies

Jutta Kray, Hannah Schmitt, Corinna Lorenz, Nicola K. Ferdinand
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
In tendency, adolescents were more sensitive to higher amounts of incentives and larger uncertainty of receiving them, as well as to social incentives such as the presence of peers observing them.  ...  higher sensitivity to rewards in mid-adolescents is rather mixed.  ...  CL summarized the behavioral findings of social incentives and NF the neuroscientific findings of social incentives. All authors provided feedback to the other parts.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00768 pmid:29875720 pmcid:PMC5974121 fatcat:qcbtemhjezgaref3prg4jhlrlu

A systematic review of fMRI reward paradigms used in studies of adolescents vs. adults: The impact of task design and implications for understanding neurodevelopment

Jessica M. Richards, Rista C. Plate, Monique Ernst
2013 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
We hope that this approach will help to clarify the literature on the functional neurodevelopment of reward-related neural systems, and to identify the role of the experimental parameters that significantly  ...  Yet, the neurodevelopmental literature on reward processing is marked by inconsistencies due to the heterogeneity of the reward paradigms used, the complexity of the behaviors being studied, and the developing  ...  During the feedback stage, both age groups similarly activated the PFC, nucleus accumbens, putamen, amygdala and hippocampus in response to gains.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2013.03.004 pmid:23518270 pmcid:PMC3809756 fatcat:tey7ex5manduhnefdzwkidrq2e

What can the monetary incentive delay task tell us about the neural processing of reward and punishment?

Kai Lutz, Mario Widmer
2014 Neuroscience and Neuroeconomics  
Since its introduction in 2000, the monetary incentive delay (MID) task has been used extensively to investigate changes in neural activity in response to the processing of reward and punishment in healthy  ...  In doing so, this paradigm allows the detailed examination of different stages of reward processing like reward prediction, anticipation, outcome processing, and consumption as well as the processing of  ...  The authors would like to thank three anonymous reviewers for their knowledgeable and constructive remarks. Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.  ... 
doi:10.2147/nan.s38864 fatcat:nbnuxfjkvfbbbcwv6oymydtnoa

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2009 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Amygdala and nucleus accumbens in responses to receipt and omission of gains in adults and adolescents. Neuroimage, 25, 1279-1291 Fitzgerald, D. A., Angstadt, M., Jelsone, L. M., Nathan, P.  ...  Organization of projections to the lateral amygdala from auditory and visual areas of the thalamus in the rat. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 412, 383-409. Downing, P.  ... 

Dialectical Thinking Is Linked With Smaller Left Nucleus Accumbens and Right Amygdala

Hui-Xian Li, Xiaomeng Hu
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
Additionally, we examined the volume of the amygdala and nucleus accumbens and their functional connectivity in the resting-state.  ...  Furthermore, their bilateral nucleus accumbens and right amygdala volumes were smaller than those of low holistic thinkers.  ...  Amygdala and nucleus accumbens in responses to receipt and omission of gains in adults and adolescents.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.760489 pmid:35222178 pmcid:PMC8866571 fatcat:nkxlw6hps5eutisaeusizmyyiq

Dopaminergic modulation of incentive motivation in adolescence: Age-related changes in signaling, individual differences, and implications for the development of self-regulation

Monica Luciana, Dustin Wahlstrom, James N. Porter, Paul F. Collins
2012 Developmental Psychology  
Behavioral activation that is associated with incentive-reward motivation increases in adolescence relative to childhood and adulthood.  ...  We present evidence to indicate that incentive-reward motivation is modulated by mesoaccumbens dopamine and that it increases in adolescence before declining into adulthood due to normative developmental  ...  Acknowledgments The preparation of this paper was supported by grant DA017843 awarded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse to M. Luciana and which provided support to P.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0027432 pmid:22390660 pmcid:PMC3341492 fatcat:x26ro2h5fzbwnhauhycekhyvty

Age differences in affective decision making as indexed by performance on the Iowa Gambling Task

Elizabeth Cauffman, Elizabeth P. Shulman, Laurence Steinberg, Eric Claus, Marie T. Banich, Sandra Graham, Jennifer Woolard
2010 Developmental Psychology  
The finding that adolescents, compared to adults, are relatively more approach oriented in response to positive feedback and less avoidant in response to negative feedback is consistent with recent studies  ...  in mid-to late adolescence.  ...  In a study comparing adolescents' (ages 9 -17) and adults' (ages 20 -40) neural responses to reward receipt and omission, Ernst, Jazbec, et al. (2005) found that adults, but not adolescents, exhibited  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0016128 pmid:20053017 fatcat:5lk4uc2oa5cepodhkqh5uczzz4

Reward-related processing in the human brain: Developmental considerations

Dominic S. Fareri, Laura N. Martin, Mauricio R. Delgado
2008 Development and Psychopathology  
Further, typical development of these circuits is vital to our ability to make well-informed decisions; atypical development of the human reward circuitry can have severe implications, as is the case in  ...  Such risky decision making is often observed during adolescence, a time in which important structural and functional refinements occur in the brain's reward circuitry.  ...  gains compared to nongains) and greater responses in adults.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0954579408000576 pmid:18838038 fatcat:2xfyjv3rnbg6pdzdt7dfqdtnxe

Tentative Evidence for Striatal Hyperactivity in Adolescent Cannabis-Using Boys: A Cross-Sectional Multicenter fMRI Study

Gerry Jager, Robert I. Block, Maartje Luijten, Nick F. Ramsey
2013 Journal of Psychoactive Drugs  
Focus was on anticipatory and response stages of reward and brain areas critically involved in reward processing like the striatum. Performance in users was normal.  ...  Adolescents' risk-taking behavior has been linked to a maturational imbalance between reward ("go") and inhibitory-control ("stop") related brain circuitry.  ...  University of Iowa; Daniel O'Leary for support at the Image Processing Laboratory, University of Iowa; Erika van Hell and Martijn Jansma for support with data analysis; and all Dutch and United States  ... 
doi:10.1080/02791072.2013.785837 pmid:23909003 pmcid:PMC3733475 fatcat:ns5ppag75jafno7qx2tc3zprra

A neuroscience perspective on sexual risk behavior in adolescence and emerging adulthood

Elizabeth C. Victor, Ahmad R. Hariri
2015 Development and Psychopathology  
AbstractLate adolescence and emerging adulthood (specifically ages 15–24) represent a period of heightened sexual risk taking resulting in the greatest annual rates of sexually transmitted infections and  ...  We further propose a testable hypothesis of the triadic model, wherein relatively decreased threat-related amygdala reactivity and increased reward-related ventral striatum reactivity leads to sexual risk  ...  Specific to risk taking, found that during reward omission in a "wheel of fortune" task, the amygdala was significantly more reactive in adults compared to adolescents, whereas the VS tended to be more  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0954579415001042 pmid:26611719 pmcid:PMC4828296 fatcat:bwd2htmoordufgzje53n54z2rm

Neural mechanisms of negative reinforcement in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders

Cara R Damiano, Dillon C Cockrell, Kaitlyn Dunlap, Eleanor K Hanna, Stephanie Miller, Joshua Bizzell, Megan Kovac, Lauren Turner-Brown, John Sideris, Jessica Kinard, Gabriel S Dichter
2015 Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders  
regions (including the nucleus accumbens, caudate nucleus, and putamen) while anticipating social negative reinforcement.  ...  Methods: The present study examined neural responses to social negative reinforcement (a face displaying negative affect) and non-social negative reinforcement (monetary loss) in children with ASD relative  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the families who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s11689-015-9107-8 pmid:25829969 pmcid:PMC4379694 fatcat:yxi3swyzrfa3xmluswn6uu7oam

Altered neural reward and loss processing and prediction error signalling in depression

Bettina Ubl, Christine Kuehner, Peter Kirsch, Michaela Ruttorf, Carsten Diener, Herta Flor
2015 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
Regions of interest analyses focused on neural responses during anticipation and receipt of gains and losses and related PE-signals.  ...  In depressed individuals, activity increases in the orbitofrontal cortex and nucleus accumbens during reward anticipation were associated with hedonic capacity.  ...  ., 2011) such as prefrontal and striatal structures [nucleus accumbens (NAcc), caudate, putamen] Nikolova et al., 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsu158 pmid:25567763 pmcid:PMC4526479 fatcat:sglbkwde5rfrncenszqdtegyca

A literature review of dopamine in binge eating

Yang Yu, Renee Miller, Susan W. Groth
2022 Journal of Eating Disorders  
This review synthesized study findings related to the levels and activities of dopamine, dopamine regulators, and dopamine receptors in the context of binge eating.  ...  Plain Language Summary Binge eating is characterized by eating a large amount of food in a short time and a feeling of difficulty to stop while eating.  ...  The authors conducted a food reward fMRI paradigm with milkshake as a stimulus among 153 adolescents, and found that elevated caudate response to milkshake receipt predicted body fat gain for youth with  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40337-022-00531-y pmid:35090565 pmcid:PMC8796589 fatcat:lghvwdt3vfhbxbxv4azglm2bum

Mapping adolescent reward anticipation, receipt, and prediction error during the monetary incentive delay task

Zhipeng Cao, Marc Bennett, Catherine Orr, Ilknur Icke, Tobias Banaschewski, Gareth J Barker, Arun L W Bokde, Uli Bromberg, Christian Büchel, Erin Burke Quinlan, Sylvane Desrivières, Herta Flor (+17 others)
2018 Human Brain Mapping  
Probabilistic maps identified brain regions that were reliably responsive to reward anticipation and receipt, and to prediction errors derived from a computational model.  ...  The functional neuroanatomy and connectivity of reward processing in adults are well documented, with relatively less research on adolescents, a notable gap given this developmental period's association  ...  Responding too early or too late resulted in a failure to gain the points (i.e., reward miss). Responding within the response interval resulted in gaining the points (i.e., reward hit).  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.24370 pmid:30240509 pmcid:PMC6865381 fatcat:u7anonckp5aarn2cfccdj4kbzu

Striatal ups and downs: Their roles in vulnerability to addictions in humans

Marco Leyton, Paul Vezina
2013 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
opposite responses on the expression of addiction related behaviors.  ...  Yet, the mechanisms underlying these opposing effects and the manner in which they relate to the behavioral development and expression of addiction remain unclear.  ...  We dedicate this review to Ann Kelley. Her boundless energy, her love of life, and deep knowledge and passion for her work made her a role model for all of us.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2013.01.018 pmid:23333263 pmcid:PMC3743927 fatcat:qarm2qbshbcwvfp5bktzmgitxm
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