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Zdeňa A Op de Macks, Bregtje Gunther Moor, Sandy Overgaauw, Berna Güroğlu, Ronald E Dahl, Eveline A Crone. Dev Cogn Neurosci 2011
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Healthy adolescents' neural response to reward: associations with puberty, positive affect, and depressive symptoms.
Erika E Forbes, Neal D Ryan, Mary L Phillips, Stephen B Manuck, Carol M Worthman, Donna L Moyles, Jill A Tarr, Samantha R Sciarrillo, Ronald E Dahl. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2010
201
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A self-report measure of pubertal status: Reliability, validity, and initial norms.
A C Petersen, L Crockett, M Richards, A Boxer. J Youth Adolesc 1988
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Peers increase adolescent risk taking by enhancing activity in the brain's reward circuitry.
Jason Chein, Dustin Albert, Lia O'Brien, Kaitlyn Uckert, Laurence Steinberg. Dev Sci 2011
471
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Earlier development of the accumbens relative to orbitofrontal cortex might underlie risk-taking behavior in adolescents.
Adriana Galvan, Todd A Hare, Cindy E Parra, Jackie Penn, Henning Voss, Gary Glover, B J Casey. J Neurosci 2006
703
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Adolescent development of the reward system.
Adriana Galvan. Front Hum Neurosci 2010
251
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The reward circuit: linking primate anatomy and human imaging.
Suzanne N Haber, Brian Knutson. Neuropsychopharmacology 2010
25

What motivates the adolescent? Brain regions mediating reward sensitivity across adolescence.
Linda Van Leijenhorst, Kiki Zanolie, Catharina S Van Meel, P Michiel Westenberg, Serge A R B Rombouts, Eveline A Crone. Cereb Cortex 2010
260
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Pubertal development: correspondence between hormonal and physical development.
Elizabeth A Shirtcliff, Ronald E Dahl, Seth D Pollak. Child Dev 2009
302
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Adolescents, adults and rewards: comparing motivational neurocircuitry recruitment using fMRI.
James M Bjork, Ashley R Smith, Gang Chen, Daniel W Hommer. PLoS One 2010
164
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The role of puberty in the developing adolescent brain.
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, Stephanie Burnett, Ronald E Dahl. Hum Brain Mapp 2010
369
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Amygdala and nucleus accumbens in responses to receipt and omission of gains in adults and adolescents.
Monique Ernst, Eric E Nelson, Sandra Jazbec, Erin B McClure, Christopher S Monk, Ellen Leibenluft, James Blair, Daniel S Pine. Neuroimage 2005
401
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Effects of exogenous testosterone on the ventral striatal BOLD response during reward anticipation in healthy women.
Erno J Hermans, Peter A Bos, Lindsey Ossewaarde, Nick F Ramsey, Guillén Fernández, Jack van Honk. Neuroimage 2010
130
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Adolescent risky decision-making: neurocognitive development of reward and control regions.
Linda Van Leijenhorst, Bregtje Gunther Moor, Zdena A Op de Macks, Serge A R B Rombouts, P Michiel Westenberg, Eveline A Crone. Neuroimage 2010
259
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Incentive-elicited brain activation in adolescents: similarities and differences from young adults.
James M Bjork, Brian Knutson, Grace W Fong, Daniel M Caggiano, Shannon M Bennett, Daniel W Hommer. J Neurosci 2004
346
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Age differences in sensation seeking and impulsivity as indexed by behavior and self-report: evidence for a dual systems model.
Laurence Steinberg, Dustin Albert, Elizabeth Cauffman, Marie Banich, Sandra Graham, Jennifer Woolard. Dev Psychol 2008
599
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Surging Hormones: Brain-Behavior Interactions During Puberty.
Jiska S Peper, Ronald E Dahl. Curr Dir Psychol Sci 2013
96
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Pubertal hormones organize the adolescent brain and behavior.
Cheryl L Sisk, Julia L Zehr. Front Neuroendocrinol 2005
577
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Back to the future: The organizational-activational hypothesis adapted to puberty and adolescence.
Kalynn M Schulz, Heather A Molenda-Figueira, Cheryl L Sisk. Horm Behav 2009
321
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Development of risk taking: contributions from adolescent testosterone and the orbito-frontal cortex.
Jiska S Peper, P Cédric M P Koolschijn, Eveline A Crone. J Cogn Neurosci 2013
45
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A cross-sectional and longitudinal analysis of reward-related brain activation: effects of age, pubertal stage, and reward sensitivity.
Anna C K van Duijvenvoorde, Zdeňa A Op de Macks, Sandy Overgaauw, Bregtje Gunther Moor, Ronald E Dahl, Eveline A Crone. Brain Cogn 2014
64
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Risk-taking and the adolescent brain: who is at risk?
Adriana Galvan, Todd Hare, Henning Voss, Gary Glover, B J Casey. Dev Sci 2007
286
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The influence of puberty on subcortical brain development.
Anne-Lise Goddings, Kathryn L Mills, Liv S Clasen, Jay N Giedd, Russell M Viner, Sarah-Jayne Blakemore. Neuroimage 2014
218
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A unique adolescent response to reward prediction errors.
Jessica R Cohen, Robert F Asarnow, Fred W Sabb, Robert M Bilder, Susan Y Bookheimer, Barbara J Knowlton, Russell A Poldrack. Nat Neurosci 2010
167
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Triadic model of the neurobiology of motivated behavior in adolescence.
Monique Ernst, Daniel S Pine, Michael Hardin. Psychol Med 2006
418
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Braking and Accelerating of the Adolescent Brain.
Bj Casey, Rebecca M Jones, Leah H Somerville. J Res Adolesc 2011
213
14

Brain development during childhood and adolescence: a longitudinal MRI study.
J N Giedd, J Blumenthal, N O Jeffries, F X Castellanos, H Liu, A Zijdenbos, T Paus, A C Evans, J L Rapoport. Nat Neurosci 1999
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Exciting fear in adolescence: does pubertal development alter threat processing?
Jeffrey M Spielberg, Thomas M Olino, Erika E Forbes, Ronald E Dahl. Dev Cogn Neurosci 2014
60
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The role of testosterone and estradiol in brain volume changes across adolescence: a longitudinal structural MRI study.
Megan M Herting, Prapti Gautam, Jeffrey M Spielberg, Eric Kan, Ronald E Dahl, Elizabeth R Sowell. Hum Brain Mapp 2014
110
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The dual systems model: Review, reappraisal, and reaffirmation.
Elizabeth P Shulman, Ashley R Smith, Karol Silva, Grace Icenogle, Natasha Duell, Jason Chein, Laurence Steinberg. Dev Cogn Neurosci 2016
238
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Risky decision-making in adolescent girls: The role of pubertal hormones and reward circuitry.
Zdeňa A Op de Macks, Silvia A Bunge, Orly N Bell, Linda Wilbrecht, Lance J Kriegsfeld, Andrew S Kayser, Ronald E Dahl. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2016
31
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Immaturities in reward processing and its influence on inhibitory control in adolescence.
C F Geier, R Terwilliger, T Teslovich, K Velanova, B Luna. Cereb Cortex 2010
245
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Affective and deliberative processes in risky choice: age differences in risk taking in the Columbia Card Task.
Bernd Figner, Rachael J Mackinlay, Friedrich Wilkening, Elke U Weber. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2009
267
12

Dynamic mapping of human cortical development during childhood through early adulthood.
Nitin Gogtay, Jay N Giedd, Leslie Lusk, Kiralee M Hayashi, Deanna Greenstein, A Catherine Vaituzis, Tom F Nugent, David H Herman, Liv S Clasen, Arthur W Toga,[...]. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2004
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Facing puberty: associations between pubertal development and neural responses to affective facial displays.
William E Moore, Jennifer H Pfeifer, Carrie L Masten, John C Mazziotta, Marco Iacoboni, Mirella Dapretto. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2012
67
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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. J Cogn Neurosci 2008
224
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Testosterone is positively associated with risk taking in the Iowa Gambling Task.
Steven J Stanton, Scott H Liening, Oliver C Schultheiss. Horm Behav 2011
90
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Longitudinal changes in behavioral approach system sensitivity and brain structures involved in reward processing during adolescence.
Snežana Urošević, Paul Collins, Ryan Muetzel, Kelvin Lim, Monica Luciana. Dev Psychol 2012
98
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Pubertal maturation and sex steroids are related to alcohol use in adolescents.
Erik de Water, Barbara R Braams, Eveline A Crone, Jiska S Peper. Horm Behav 2013
38
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