Jayne Morriss
Jayne Morriss
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Reading
Verified email at reading.ac.uk
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Intolerance of uncertainty predicts fear extinction in amygdala-ventromedial prefrontal cortical circuitry
J Morriss, A Christakou, CM Van Reekum
Biology of mood & anxiety disorders 5 (1), 1-13, 2015
602015
Nothing is safe: Intolerance of uncertainty is associated with compromised fear extinction learning
J Morriss, A Christakou, CM Van Reekum
Biological psychology 121, 187-193, 2016
512016
What is going on around here? Intolerance of uncertainty predicts threat generalization
J Morriss, B Macdonald, CM Van Reekum
PloS one 11 (5), e0154494, 2016
382016
Escape the bear and fall to the lion: The impact of avoidance availability on threat acquisition and extinction
J Morriss, C Chapman, S Tomlinson, CM Van Reekum
Biological psychology 138, 73-80, 2018
192018
Still feeling it: the time course of emotional recovery from an attentional perspective
J Morriss, ANW Taylor, EB Roesch, CM van Reekum
192013
I don’t know where to look: the impact of intolerance of uncertainty on saccades towards non-predictive emotional face distractors
J Morriss, E McSorley, CM van Reekum
Cognition and Emotion 32 (5), 953-962, 2018
162018
I feel safe when i know: Contingency instruction promotes threat extinction in high intolerance of uncertainty individuals
J Morriss, CM van Reekum
Behaviour research and therapy 116, 111-118, 2019
152019
The uncertain brain: A co-ordinate based meta-analysis of the neural signatures supporting uncertainty during different contexts
J Morriss, M Gell, CM van Reekum
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 96, 241-249, 2019
122019
What do I do now? Intolerance of uncertainty is associated with discrete patterns of anticipatory physiological responding to different contexts
J Morriss
Psychophysiology, 2019
102019
Out with the old and in with the new: The role of intolerance of uncertainty in reversal of threat and safety
J Morriss, F Saldarini, C Chapman, M Pollard, CM van Reekum
Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 10 (1), 2043808719834451, 2019
102019
What you see is what you want to see: Motivationally relevant stimuli can interrupt current resource allocation
E McSorley, J Morriss
Cognition and Emotion 31 (1), 168-174, 2017
82017
Eye spy with my little eye: motivational relevance of visual stimuli guide eye-movements at different processing stages
E McSorley, J Morriss, CM van Reekum
Biological psychology 123, 8-14, 2017
72017
It's time: A commentary on fear extinction in the human brain using fMRI
J Morriss, S Hoare, C van Reekum
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 2018
62018
The role of threat level and intolerance of uncertainty in extinction
J Morriss, F Saldarini, CM van Reekum
International Journal of Psychophysiology 142, 1-9, 2019
52019
Intolerance of uncertainty is associated with reduced attentional inhibition in the absence of direct threat
J Morriss, E McSorely
Behaviour Research and Therapy, 2019
52019
Social domain based modulation of neural responses to threat: The different roles of romantic partners versus friends
J Morriss, T Bell, T Johnstone, CM van Reekum, J Hill
Social Neuroscience, 2018
52018
Intolerance of uncertainty and threat generalization: A replication and extension
EA Bauer, A MacNamara, A Sandre, TB Lonsdorf, A Weinberg, J Morriss, ...
Psychophysiology, e13546, 2020
32020
Multimodal Evidence for Delayed Fear Extinction in the Adolescent Human Brain
J Morriss, A Christakou, CM Reekum
Unpublished data. School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences …, 2014
22014
Multimodal evidence for delayed threat extinction learning in adolescence and young adulthood
J Morriss, A Christakou, CM Van Reekum
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
12019
The role of development and anxious disposition in fear regulation
J Morriss
University of Reading, 2016
12016
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