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        Erratum to Conference Abstract: “Nucleus Accumbens Activation in Response to Threat in Traumatized Adolescents and Internalizing Symptoms: Role of Sex,” by France et al., (Biol Psychiatry 2020; 87(9S): S206–S207). An author was inadvertently left off the abstract. The missing author is Anaïs F. Stenson, affiliated with Wayne State University School of Medicine, who belongs in the second authorship position. The correct author list for this abstract is: John France, Anaïs F. Stenson, Mariam Reda, Hilary Marusak, Timothy Ely, Sanne van Rooij, Jennifer Stevens, Tanja Jovanovic.

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        • Nucleus Accumbens Activation in Response to Threat in Traumatized Adolescents and Internalizing Symptoms: Role of Sex
          Biological PsychiatryVol. 87Issue 9
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            The prevalence of anxiety disorders increases during the transition from childhood to adolescence, making this an important developmental window for understanding mechanisms underlying psychopathology. Recent literature suggests that the amygdala and NAcc are both involved in threat detection and may be linked to internalizing symptomology. Given that females are at increased risk for anxiety and depression during early adolescence, we examined sex differences in the association between neural response to threat and internalizing symptoms in children and adolescents.
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