Introduction to Short Papers
adolescence, neurobehavior, adolescent vulnerabilities, adolescent brain function, adolescent substance use
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The short paper presentations at the conference reflected the wide range of innovative research programs on adolescent vulnerabilities. Both human and nonhuman studies addressed topics ranging from the molecular basis of adolescent brain function to the long‐term neurobehavioral consequences of adolescent substance use. Although all of the short papers were extremely informative, the following describe those studies noted especially for their significant impact across the nascent field of research on adolescence.
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Introduction to Short Papers, v. 1021, issue 1, p. 323-323
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Kirstein, Cheryl L.; White, Aaron; and Frantz, Kyle, "Introduction to Short Papers" (2004). Psychology Faculty Publications. 836.