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Dan Foti
Dan Foti
Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University
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Differentiating neural responses to emotional pictures: Evidence from temporal‐spatial PCA
D Foti, G Hajcak, J Dien
Psychophysiology 46 (3), 521-530, 2009
6432009
Motivated and controlled attention to emotion: time-course of the late positive potential
G Hajcak, JP Dunning, D Foti
Clinical neurophysiology 120 (3), 505-510, 2009
6062009
Deconstructing reappraisal: descriptions preceding arousing pictures modulate the subsequent neural response
D Foti, G Hajcak
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (6), 977-988, 2008
5592008
ERPs and the study of emotion
G Hajcak, A Weinberg, A MacNamara, D Foti
The Oxford handbook of event-related potential components 441, 474, 2012
5152012
Ventral striatal and medial prefrontal BOLD activation is correlated with reward-related electrocortical activity: a combined ERP and fMRI study
JM Carlson, D Foti, LR Mujica-Parodi, E Harmon-Jones, G Hajcak
Neuroimage 57 (4), 1608-1616, 2011
4832011
Event‐related potential activity in the basal ganglia differentiates rewards from nonrewards: Temporospatial principal components analysis and source localization of the …
D Foti, A Weinberg, J Dien, G Hajcak
Human brain mapping 32 (12), 2207-2216, 2011
4802011
Errors are aversive: Defensive motivation and the error-related negativity
G Hajcak, D Foti
Psychological science 19 (2), 103-108, 2008
4652008
Depression and reduced sensitivity to non-rewards versus rewards: Evidence from event-related potentials
D Foti, G Hajcak
Biological psychology 81 (1), 1-8, 2009
3662009
Blunted neural response to rewards prospectively predicts depression in adolescent girls
JN Bress, D Foti, R Kotov, DN Klein, G Hajcak
Psychophysiology 50 (1), 74-81, 2013
3202013
Cannabis use and the course of schizophrenia: 10-year follow-up after first hospitalization
DJ Foti, R Kotov, LT Guey, EJ Bromet
American Journal of Psychiatry 167 (8), 987-993, 2010
2892010
Tell me about it: neural activity elicited by emotional pictures and preceding descriptions.
A MacNamara, D Foti, G Hajcak
Emotion 9 (4), 531, 2009
2892009
Significance?... Significance! Empirical, methodological, and theoretical connections between the late positive potential and P300 as neural responses to stimulus significance …
G Hajcak, D Foti
Psychophysiology 57 (7), e13570, 2020
2542020
Reduced electrocortical response to threatening faces in major depressive disorder
D Foti, DM Olvet, DN Klein, G Hajcak
Depression and anxiety 27 (9), 813-820, 2010
2252010
Neural response to reward and depressive symptoms in late childhood to early adolescence
JN Bress, E Smith, D Foti, DN Klein, G Hajcak
Biological psychology 89 (1), 156-162, 2012
2172012
Reward dysfunction in major depression: Multimodal neuroimaging evidence for refining the melancholic phenotype
D Foti, JM Carlson, CL Sauder, GH Proudfit
NeuroImage 101, 50-58, 2014
2152014
Teasing apart the anticipatory and consummatory processing of monetary incentives: An event‐related potential study of reward dynamics
KD Novak, D Foti
Psychophysiology 52 (11), 1470-1482, 2015
1682015
Anterior cingulate activity to monetary loss and basal ganglia activity to monetary gain uniquely contribute to the feedback negativity
D Foti, A Weinberg, EM Bernat, GH Proudfit
Clinical Neurophysiology 126 (7), 1338-1347, 2015
1632015
Neural response to emotional pictures is unaffected by concurrent task difficulty: an event-related potential study.
G Hajcak, JP Dunning, D Foti
Behavioral neuroscience 121 (6), 1156, 2007
1612007
Abnormal reward functioning across substance use disorders and major depressive disorder: Considering reward as a transdiagnostic mechanism
AR Baskin-Sommers, D Foti
International Journal of Psychophysiology 98 (2), 227-239, 2015
1572015
Depression and event-related potentials: Emotional disengagement and reward insensitivity
GH Proudfit, JN Bress, D Foti, A Kujawa, DN Klein
Current opinion in psychology 4, 110-113, 2015
1532015
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