Oscillatory Dynamics of Feedback Processing in Adolescents with Prenatal Cocaine Exposure

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Abstract

  • © 2019, © 2019 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Prenatal cocaine exposure (PCE) has ramifications for feedback processing. Measuring neural oscillatory dynamics (during electroencephalography) provides insight into the time signatures and neural processes of feedback processing in adolescents with PCE. We measured spectral power in alpha and theta frequency bands while 49 adolescents with PCE and 34 non-drug exposed (NDE) performed a task with win/no-win feedback. Compared to NDE individuals, those with PCE showed reduced alpha power and increased theta power in response to no-win feedback. These findings suggest altered reactivity in PCE adolescents.
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  • Morie KP; Wu J; Landi N; Potenza MN; Mayes LC; Crowley MJ
  • Start Page

  • 429
  • End Page

  • 442
  • Volume

  • 44
  • Issue

  • 5