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Vol. 36, No. 3-4, 2014

Issue release date: July 2014

Teenage Brains: Think Different?

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Title Page / Table of Contents Vol. 36, No. 3-4, 2014

Dev Neurosci 2014;36:143-146 (DOI:10.1159/000365720)
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Adolescent Brain Development
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The Developmental Mismatch in Structural Brain Maturation during Adolescence

Mills K.L. · Goddings A.-L. · Clasen L.S. · Giedd J.N. · Blakemore S.-J.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:147-160 (DOI:10.1159/000362328)
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Regional Hippocampal Volumes and Development Predict Learning and Memory

Tamnes C.K. · Walhovd K.B. · Engvig A. · Grydeland H. · Krogsrud S.K. · Østby Y. · Holland D. · Dale A.M. · Fjell A.M.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:161-174 (DOI:10.1159/000362445)
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Decreases in Energy and Increases in Phase Locking of Event-Related Oscillations to Auditory Stimuli Occur during Adolescence in Human and Rodent Brain

Ehlers C.L. · Wills D.N. · Desikan A. · Phillips E. · Havstad J.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:175-195 (DOI:10.1159/000358484)
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The Role of the Anterior Insula in Adolescent Decision Making

Smith A.R. · Steinberg L. · Chein J.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:196-209 (DOI:10.1159/000358918)
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Behavior and Neural Correlates of Empathy in Adolescents

Overgaauw S. · Güroğlu B. · Rieffe C. · Crone E.A.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:210-219 (DOI:10.1159/000363318)
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Teens Impulsively React rather than Retreat from Threat

Dreyfuss M. · Caudle K. · Drysdale A.T. · Johnston N.E. · Cohen A.O. · Somerville L.H. · Galván A. · Tottenham N. · Hare T.A. · Casey B.J.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:220-227 (DOI:10.1159/000357755)
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Feedback Processing in Adolescence: An Event-Related Potential Study of Age and Gender Differences

Grose-Fifer J. · Migliaccio R. · Zottoli T.M.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:228-238 (DOI:10.1159/000358917)
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The Impact of Puberty and Social Anxiety on Amygdala Activation to Faces in Adolescence

Ferri J. · Bress J.N. · Eaton N.R. · Proudfit G.H.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:239-249 (DOI:10.1159/000363736)
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Altered Gene Expression and Spine Density in Nucleus Accumbens of Adolescent and Adult Male Mice Exposed to Emotional and Physical Stress

Warren B.L. · Sial O.K. · Alcantara L.F. · Greenwood M.A. · Brewer J.S. · Rozofsky J.P. · Parise E.M. · Bolaños-Guzmán C.A.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:250-260 (DOI:10.1159/000362875)
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Shifts in Hormonal Stress Reactivity during Adolescence Are Not Associated with Changes in Glucocorticoid Receptor Levels in the Brain and Pituitary of Male Rats

Dziedzic N. · Ho A. · Adabi B. · Foilb A.R. · Romeo R.D.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:261-268 (DOI:10.1159/000362873)
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BDNF Modulates Contextual Fear Learning during Adolescence

Dincheva I. · Pattwell S.S. · Tessarollo L. · Bath K.G. · Lee F.S.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:269-276 (DOI:10.1159/000358824)
Drug Abuse in Adolescence
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The Role of Dopamine D1 and D2 Receptors in Adolescent Methylphenidate Conditioned Place Preference: Sex Differences and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor

Cummins E.D. · Griffin S.B. · Duty C.M. · Peterson D.J. · Burgess K.C. · Brown R.W.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:277-286 (DOI:10.1159/000360636)
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Dopamine D1-D2 Receptor Heteromer Regulates Signaling Cascades Involved in Addiction: Potential Relevance to Adolescent Drug Susceptibility

Perreault M.L. · OʼDowd B.F. · George S.R.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:287-296 (DOI:10.1159/000360158)
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Persistent Loss of Hippocampal Neurogenesis and Increased Cell Death following Adolescent, but Not Adult, Chronic Ethanol Exposure

Broadwater M.A. · Liu W. · Crews F.T. · Spear L.P.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:297-305 (DOI:10.1159/000362874)
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Physiological Correlates of Neurobehavioral Disinhibition that Relate to Drug Use and Risky Sexual Behavior in Adolescents with Prenatal Substance Exposure

Conradt E. · Lagasse L.L. · Shankaran S. · Bada H. · Bauer C.R. · Whitaker T.M. · Hammond J.A. · Lester B.M.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:306-315 (DOI:10.1159/000365004)
Prenatal Drug Exposure
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Structural Brain Imaging in Children and Adolescents following Prenatal Cocaine Exposure: Preliminary Longitudinal Findings

Akyuz N. · Kekatpure M.V. · Liu J. · Sheinkopf S.J. · Quinn B.T. · Lala M.D. · Kennedy D. · Makris N. · Lester B.M. · Kosofsky B.E.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:316-328 (DOI:10.1159/000362685)
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Prenatal Drug Exposure Moderates the Association between Stress Reactivity and Cognitive Function in Adolescence

Buckingham-Howes S. · Bento S.P. · Scaletti L.A. · Koenig J.I. · Granger D.A. · Black M.M.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:329-337 (DOI:10.1159/000360851)
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Effects of Prenatal Cocaine Exposure on Social Development in Mice

Kabir Z.D. · Kennedy B. · Katzman A. · Lahvis G.P. · Kosofsky B.E.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:338-346 (DOI:10.1159/000360524)
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Cholinergic Transmission during Nicotine Withdrawal Is Influenced by Age and Pre-Exposure to Nicotine: Implications for Teenage Smoking

Carcoba L.M. · Orfila J.E. · Natividad L.A. · Torres O.V. · Pipkin J.A. · Ferree P.L. · Castañeda E. · Moss D.E. · O'Dell L.E.
Dev Neurosci 2014;36:347-355 (DOI:10.1159/000360133)
 
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Author and Subject Index Vol. 36, No. 3-4, 2014

Dev Neurosci 2014;36:356-357 (DOI:10.1159/000365801)
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