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||in this study, we sought to explore the neural correlates of response inhibition in mdd and bpd, as well as the pathological personality trait domains contained in the icd-11 personality disorder model.
| Linda van Zutphen, Nicolette Siep, Gitta A Jacob, Gregor Domes, Andreas Sprenger, Bastian Willenborg, Rainer Goebel, Oliver T\\xc3\\xbcscher, Arnoud Arnt. Impulse control under emotion processing: an fMRI investigation in borderline personality disorder compared to non-patients and cluster-C personality disorder patients. Brain imaging and behavior vol 14 issue 6 2021 31321661
||we investigated neural correlates of hypothesized impaired response inhibition of bpd patients to negative, positive and erotic stimuli, by comparing them to non-patients and cluster-c personality disorder patients.
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||the field of personality disorders has had a long-standing interest in understanding interactions between emotion and inhibitory control, as well as neurophysiological indices of these processes.
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||a substantial amount of literature links executive function problems with bpd, but that literature has not isolated executive response inhibition nor been controlled for other personality disorder symptoms of antisociality, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (adhd), or depression, anxiety, or posttraumatic symptoms.
| Andreas J Fallgatter, Ann-Christine Ehlis, Michael R\\xc3\\xb6sler, Werner K Strik, Detlev Blocher, Martin J Herrman. Diminished prefrontal brain function in adults with psychopathology in childhood related to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Psychiatry research vol 138 issue 2 2005 15766638
||the aim of the present study was to investigate prefrontal brain function and cognitive response control in patients with personality disorders who either suffered or did not suffer from psychopathology related to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) during childhood.