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Externalizing behavior in healthy young adults is associated with lower cortisol responses to acute stress and altered neural activation in the dorsal striatum

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-492530
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10.5283/epub.49253
Konzok, Julian ; Henze, Gina‐Isabelle ; Peter, Hannah ; Giglberger, Marina ; Bärtl, Christoph ; Massau, Claudia ; Kärgel, Christian ; Schiffer, Boris ; Eisenbarth, Hedwig ; Wüst, Stefan ; Kudielka, Brigitte M.
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Abstract

The externalizing spectrum is characterized by disinhibition, impulsivity, antisocial-aggressive behavior as well as substance (mis)use. Studies in forensic samples and mentally impaired children suggested that higher rates of externalization are linked to lower cortisol stress responses and altered affect-related neural activation. In this fMRI-study, we investigated whether externalizing ...

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