Table of Contents

Translating Research on Inhibitory Control for the Prevention of Drug Abuse.
Animal Models of Behavioral Processes that Underlie the Occurrence of Impulsive Behaviors in Humans.
Monoaminergic Regulation of Cognitive Control in Laboratory Animals.
Genetic and Environmental Determinants of Addiction Risk Related to Impulsivity and Its Neurobiological Substrates.
Impaired Inhibitory Control as a Mechanism of Drug Abuse.
Neuroimaging, Adolescence, and Risky Behavior.
Inhibitory Control Deficits in Childhood: Definition, Measurement, and Clinical Risk for Substance Use Disorders.
Impulsivity and Deviance.
Impulsivity and Adolescent Substance Use: From Self-Report Measures to Neuroimaging and Beyond.
A Functional Analytic Framework for Understanding Adolescent Risk-Taking Behavior.
Peer Influences on Adolescent Risk Behavior.
The Effects of Early Adversity on the Development of Inhibitory Control: Implications for the Design of Preventive Interventions and the Potential Recovery of Function.
Early Risk for Problem Behavior and Substance Use: Targeted Interventions for the Promotion of Inhibitory Control.
Designing Media and Classroom Interventions Targeting High Sensation Seeking or Impulsive Adolescents to Prevent Drug Abuse and Risky Sexual Behavior.
Self-Regulation and Adolescent Drug Use: Translating Developmental Science and Neuroscience into Prevention Practice.
Implications for Translational Prevention Research: Science, Policy, and Advocacy.
Future Directions for Research on Inhibitory Control and Drug Abuse Prevention.