Joshua M. Carlson
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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, 1608-1616, 2011
2662011
Ventromedial prefrontal cortex reactivity is altered in generalized anxiety disorder during fear generalization
T Greenberg, JM Carlson, J Cha, G Hajcak, LR Mujica-Parodi
Depression & Anxiety 30 (3), 242-250, 2013
1732013
Feeling anxious: Anticipatory amygdalo-insular response predicts the feeling of anxious anticipation
JM Carlson, T Greenberg, D Rubin, LR Mujica-Parodi
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 6 (1), 74-81, 2011
1472011
A left amygdala mediated network for rapid orienting to masked fearful faces
JM Carlson, KS Reinke, R Habib
Neuropsychologia 47 (5), 1386-1389, 2009
1382009
Masked fearful faces modulate the orienting of covert spatial attention
JM Carlson, KS Reinke
Emotion 8 (4), 522-529, 2008
1202008
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
1012014
Circuit-wide structural and functional measures predict ventromedial prefrontal cortex fear generalization: Implications for generalized anxiety disorder
J Cha, T Greenberg, JM Carlson, D DeDora, G Hajcak, LR Mujica-Parodi
The Journal of Neuroscience 34 (11), 4043-4053, 2014
882014
The NIRS analysis package: Noise reduction and statistical inference
T Fekete, D Rubin, JM Carlson, LR Mujica-Parodi
PloS one 6 (9), e24322, 2011
872011
Neural reactivity tracks fear generalization gradients
T Greenberg, JM Carlson, J Cha, G Hajcak, LR Mujica-Parodi
Biological Psychology 92 (1), 2-8, 2013
802013
Spatial attention-related modulation of the N170 by backward masked fearful faces
JM Carlson, KS Reinke
Brain and Cognition 73 (1), 20-27, 2010
782010
A disposition to reappraise decreases anterior insula reactivity during anxious anticipation
JM Carlson, LR Mujica-Parodi
Biological Psychology 85 (3), 383-385, 2010
662010
Trait reappraisal is associated with resilience to acute psychological stress
JM Carlson, GN Dikecligil, T Greenberg, LR Mujica-Parodi
Journal of Research in Personality 46, 609-613, 2012
542012
Nonconscious attention bias to threat is correlated with anterior cingulate cortex gray matter volume: A voxel-based morphometry result and replication
JM Carlson, F Beacher, KS Reinke, R Habib, E Harmon-Jones, ...
NeuroImage 59, 1713-1718, 2012
542012
Backward masked snakes and guns modulate spatial attention
JM Carlson, AL Fee, KS Reinke
Evolutionary Psychology 7, 534-544, 2009
512009
Functional and structural amygdala - anterior cingulate connectivity correlates with attentional bias to masked fearful faces
JM Carlson, J Cha, LR Mujica-Parodi
Cortex 49, 2596-2600, 2013
452013
Hyper-reactive human ventral tegmental area and aberrant mesocorticolimbic connectivity in overgeneralization of fear in generalized anxiety disorder
J Cha, JM Carlson, D DeDora, T Greenberg, G Hajcak, LR Mujica-Parodi
The Journal of Neuroscience 34 (17), 5855-5860, 2014
402014
Influence of the BDNF genotype on amygdalo-prefrontal white matter microstructure is linked to nonconscious attention bias to threat
JM Carlson, J Cha, E Harmon-Jones, LR Mujica-Parodi, G Hajcak
Cerebral Cortex 24 (9), 2249-2258, 2014
372014
Backward masked fearful faces enhance contralateral occipital cortical activity for visual targets within the spotlight of attention
JM Carlson, KS Reinke, PJ LaMontagne, R Habib
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 6 (5), 639-645, 2011
352011
Midbrain volume predicts fMRI and ERP measures of reward reactivity
JM Carlson, D Foti, E Harmon-Jones, GH Proudfit
Brain Structure and Function 220 (3), 1861-1866, 2015
332015
The orienting of spatial attention to backward masked fearful faces is associated with variation in the serotonin transporter gene
JM Carlson, LR Mujica-Parodi, E Harmon-Jones, G Hajcak
Emotion 12 (2), 203-207, 2012
312012
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