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Interaction of irritability and anxiety on emotional responding and emotion regulation: a functional MRI study

  • Kathleen I. Crum (a1) (a2), Soonjo Hwang (a3), Karina S. Blair (a2), Joseph M. Aloi, Harma Meffert (a4), Stuart F. White (a2), Patrick M. Tyler (a2), Ellen Leibenluft (a5), Kayla Pope (a6) and R. J. R. Blair (a2)...

Abstract

Background

Irritability and anxiety frequently co-occur in pediatric populations. Studies separately looking at the neural correlates of these symptoms have identified engagement of similar neural systems – particularly those implicated in emotional processing. Both irritability and anxiety can be considered negative valence emotional states that might relate to emotion dysregulation. However, previous work has not examined the neural responding during the performance of an emotion regulation task as a function of interaction between irritability and anxiety simultaneously.

Methods

This fMRI study involved 155 participants (90 with significant psychopathologies and 92 male) who performed the Affective Stroop Task, designed to engage emotion regulation as a function of task demands. The Affective Reactivity Index (ARI) was used to index irritability and the Screen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED) was used to index anxiety.

Results

Levels of irritability, but not anxiety, was positively correlated with responses to visual images within the right rostro-medial prefrontal cortex and left anterior cingulate cortex during view trials. The second region of ventral anterior cingulate cortex showed a condition-by-emotion-by-ARI score-by-SCARED score interaction. Specifically, anxiety level was significantly correlated with a decreased differential BOLD response to negative relative to neutral view trials but only in the presence of relatively high irritability.

Conclusions

Atypical maintenance of emotional stimuli within the rostro-medial prefrontal cortex may exacerbate the difficulties faced by adolescents with irritability. Moreover, increased anxiety combined with significant irritability may disrupt an automatic emotional conflict-based form of emotion regulation that is particularly associated with the ventral anterior cingulate cortex.

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Author for correspondence: Soonjo Hwang, E-mail: soonjo.hwang@unmc.edu

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  • Kathleen I. Crum (a1) (a2), Soonjo Hwang (a3), Karina S. Blair (a2), Joseph M. Aloi, Harma Meffert (a4), Stuart F. White (a2), Patrick M. Tyler (a2), Ellen Leibenluft (a5), Kayla Pope (a6) and R. J. R. Blair (a2)...

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