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(p. 19) Adolescence: On the Neural Path to Adulthood: Anatomy, connectivity, and ontogeny of the nodes of the triadic model 

(p. 19) Adolescence: On the Neural Path to Adulthood: Anatomy, connectivity, and ontogeny of the nodes of the triadic model
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(p. 19) Adolescence: On the Neural Path to Adulthood: Anatomy, connectivity, and ontogeny of the nodes of the triadic model
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Monique Ernst

and Julie L. Fudge

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195332711.003.0002
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date: 23 October 2018

This chapter explores what is known at present of the neural underpinnings of adolescent motivated behavior. It describes the triadic neural development model, the ontogeny of the triadic nodes, and the fractal triadic model and clinical implications.

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