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Recent Publications

External Link Randomized controlled trials of U-Pace instruction: Outcomes in two gateway courses.

External Link Increasing undergraduate success: A randomized controlled trial of U-Pace instruction.

External Link Computerized response inhibition training for children with trichotillomania.

External Link Cortico-limbic connectivity changes following fear extinction and relationships with trait anxiety.

External Link Learning to health yourself: a randomized, tailored self-regulation intervention among custodial employees.

External Link A–C Estrogens as Potent and Selective Estrogen Receptor-Beta Agonists (SERBAs) to Enhance Memory Consolidation under Low-Estrogen Conditions

External Link If or when? Uncertainty’s role in anxious anticipation.

External Link Layer- and subregion-specific differences in the neurophysiological properties of rat medial prefrontal cortex pyramidal neurons.

External Link Sex differences in the rapid cell signaling mechanisms underlying the memory-enhancing effects of 17β-estradiol.

External Link Astrocytes and radial glial-like cells, but not neurons, display a nonapoptotic increase in caspase-3 expression following exercise.

External Link Chemogenetic inactivation of the dorsal hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex, individually and concurrently, impairs object recognition and spatial memory consolidation in female mice.

External Link Mechanisms underlying the rapid effects of estradiol and progesterone on hippocampal memory consolidation in female rodents.

External Link Parent and Teacher Perspectives on Emerging Executive Functioning in Preschoolers With Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Comparison to Unaffected Children and Lab-Based Measures.

External Link Modifying thought-action fusion via a single-session computerized interpretation training.

External Link Attenuating Physiological Arousal Through the Manipulation of Simple Hand Movements.

External Link Control-Oriented Coping Buffers Stress Responses in Evacuees from a Technological Accident.

External Link Context memory formation requires activity-dependent protein degradation in the hippocampus.

External Link Input from the medial geniculate nucleus modulates amygdala encoding of fear memory discrimination.

External Link Updating Procedures Can Reorganize the Neural Circuit Supporting a Fear Memory.

External Link Transverse patterning, aging, and neuropsychological correlates in humans.

External Link Stroop interference associated with efficient reading fluency and prelexical orthographic processing.

External Link Heart rate variability and generalized anxiety disorder during laboratory-induced worry and aversive imagery.

External Link Progress on U-Pace instruction. EDUCAUSE Review

External Link Randomized trial of technology-assisted self-monitoring of blood glucose by low-income seniors: improved glycemic control in type 2 diabetes mellitus.

External Link Using U-Pace instruction to improve the academic performance of economically disadvantaged undergraduates.

External Link Using U-Pace instruction to improve the academic performance of economically disadvantaged undergraduates.

External Link Hippocampal Wnt signaling: Memory regulation and hormone interactions.

External Link Target-object integration, attention distribution, and object orientation interactively modulate object-based selection.

External Link Visual field meridians modulate the reallocation of object-based attention.

External Link Tracking the will to attend: Cortical activity indexes self-generated, voluntary shifts of attention.

External Link Saccade latency indexes exogenous and endogenous object-based attention.

External Link Retinotopic information interacts with category selectivity in human ventral cortex.

External Link Eye movements are captured by a perceptually simple conditioned stimulus in the absence of explicit contingency knowledge.

External Link CaMKII regulates proteasome phosphorylation and activity and promotes memory destabilization following retrieval.