2018 Publications

Der-Avakian, A., Pizzagalli, D.A. (2018). Translational assessments of reward and anhedonia: A tribute to Athina Markou. Biological Psychiatry, 83, 932-939. (PDF)

Dillon, D.G.*, Gonenc, A.*, Belleau, E., Pizzagalli, D.A. (2018). Depression is associated with dimensional and categorical effects on white matter pathways. Depression and Anxiety, 35, 440–447 [*Co-first authors] (PDF)

Dillon, D.G., Pizzagalli, D.A. (2018). Mechanisms of memory disruption in depression. Trends in Neurosciences, 41, 137-149. (PDF)

Ironside, M., Kumar. P., Kang, M.-S., Pizzagalli, D.A. (2018). Brain mechanisms mediating effects of stress on reward sensitivity. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 22, 106-113. (PDF)

Kumar, P., Goer, F., Murray, L., Dillon, D.G., Beltzer, M.L., Cohen, A.L., Brooks, N.H., Pizzagalli, D.A. (2018). Impaired reward prediction error encoding and striatal-midbrain connectivity in depression. Neuropsychopharmacology, 43(7), 1581–1588. (PDF)

Moran, L.V., Stoeckel, L.E., Wang, K., Caine, C.E., Villafuerte, R., Calderon, V., Baker, J.T., Ongur, D., Janes, A.J., Evins, A.E.*, Pizzagalli, D.A.* (2018). Nicotine-induced activation of caudate and anterior cingulate cortex in response to errors in schizophrenia. Psychopharmacology, 235, 789-802. [*Equal senior contributions.] (PDF)

Webb, C.A., Olson, E.A., Killgore, W.D.S., Pizzagalli, D.A., Rauch, S.L., Rosso, I.M. (2018). Rostral anterior cingulate cortex morphology predicts treatment response to internet-based CBT for depression. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 3, 255-262. (PDF)

Whitton, A.E., Deccy, S., Ironside, M.L., Kumar, P., Beltzer, M., Pizzagalli, D.A. (2018). EEG source functional connectivity reveals abnormal high-frequency communication among large-scale functional networks in depression. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 3, 50-58. (PDF)

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