Data from: Alcoholism gender differences in brain responsivity to emotional stimuli

Kayle S Sawyer, Nasim Maleki, Trinity Urban, Marinkovic Ksenija, Karson Steven, Susan Mosher Ruiz, Gordon J Harris & Marlene Oscar-Berman
Men and women may use alcohol to regulate emotions differently, with corresponding differences in neural responses. We explored how the viewing of different types of emotionally salient stimuli impacted brain activity observed through functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) from 42 long-term abstinent alcoholic (25 women) and 46 nonalcoholic (24 women) participants. Analyses revealed blunted brain responsivity in alcoholic compared to nonalcoholic groups, as well as gender differences in those activation patterns. Brain activation in alcoholic...
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