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John J. B. Allen
University of Arizona
200Publications
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Published on Jul 1, 2019in International Journal of Psychophysiology 2.87
David R. Herring3
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John J. B. Allen54
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+ 1 AuthorsStephen L. Crites11
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Published on Apr 1, 2019in Journal of Abnormal Psychology 4.64
Christopher G. Beevers36
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Michael Mullarkey4
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+ 5 AuthorsJason Shumake19
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Published on Feb 7, 2019in Gastroenterology 20.77
Jeffrey Berinstein2
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Calen A. Steiner1
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+ 7 AuthorsPeter D. Higgins47
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Published on Jan 1, 2019
James F. Cavanagh12
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(University of New Mexico),
Andrew W. Bismark9
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+ 1 AuthorsJohn J. B. Allen54
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(University of Arizona)
In this report, we provide the first evidence that mood and anxiety dimensions are associated with unique aspects of EEG responses to reward and punishment, respectively. We reanalyzed data from our prior publication of a categorical depiction of depression to address more sophisticated dimensional hypotheses. Highly symptomatic depressed individuals (N = 46) completed a probabilistic learning task with concurrent EEG. Measures of anxiety and depression symptomatology were significantly correlat...
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Published on Aug 1, 2018in Psychophysiology 3.12
Noelia Do Carmo Blanco1
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(Lille University of Science and Technology),
John J. B. Allen54
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(University of Arizona)
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Published on Jul 1, 2018in Biological Psychology 2.89
Jennifer L. Stewart4
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(Queens College),
John J. B. Allen54
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(University of Arizona)
Abstract This longitudinal pilot study examined whether baseline resting frontal electroencephalographic (EEG) asymmetry correlates with depressive symptoms during the most impaired two-week period in the following year. Current-source-density (CSD) transformed resting frontal EEG asymmetry, severity of depression symptoms (Beck Depression Inventory – II), and stress (indexed by negative life events; NLE) were recorded in never-depressed young adults with no current DSM-IV diagnosis (38 women, 1...
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Published on May 1, 2018in Biological Psychiatry 11.98
Aliza Jacob , Jennifer L. Stewart23
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John J. B. Allen54
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Published on May 1, 2018in Psychosomatic Medicine 3.81
Bryan W. Kromenacker1
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(University of Arizona),
Anna Sanova4
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(University of Arizona)
+ 2 AuthorsRichard D. Lane41
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Published on Jan 1, 2018in Psychophysiology 3.12
Samantha J. Reznik3
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John J. B. Allen54
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For over 35 years, research has examined frontal alpha EEG asymmetry, discussed in terms of relative left frontal activity (rLFA) in the present review, as a concurrent and prospective marker of affective processing and psychopathology. Because rLFA may index (a) neural correlates of frontal asymmetry, or (b) psychological constructs to which frontal asymmetry relates, rLFA can advance our understanding of both neural and psychological models of emotion and psychopathology. In order to improve s...
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