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    • Current Conceptualizations of Narcissism 

      Ackerman, Robert A.; Donnellan, M. Brent; Wright, Aidan G. C. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2019-01)
      Purpose of review: Definitions of narcissism have traditionally differed across psychiatry and subfields of psychology. This review aims to highlight emerging points of consensus and suggest further directions needed to ...
    • Activation of the Integrated Stress Response in Nociceptors Drives Methylglyoxal-Induced Pain 

      Barragan-Iglesias, Paulino; Kuhn, Jasper; Vidal-Cantu, Guadalupe C.; Belen Salinas-Abarca, Ana; Granados-Soto, Vinicio; Dussor, Gregory; Campbell, Zachary T.; Price, Theodore J. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2019-01)
      Methylglyoxal (MGO) is a reactive glycolytic metabolite associated with painful diabetic neuropathy at plasma concentrations between 500 nM and 5 μM. The mechanisms through which MGO causes neuropathic pain at these ...
    • First Impressions of Adults with Autism Improve with Diagnostic Disclosure and Increased Autism Knowledge of Peers 

      Sasson, Noah J.; Morrison, Kerrianne E. (Sage Publications Ltd, 2017-10-17)
      A practical consideration for many intellectually able adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is whether to disclose their diagnostic status or try to mask their autistic characteristics to avoid judgment and discrimination. ...
    • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Promotes Generalization of Conditioned Fear Extinction and Reduces Anxiety in Rats 

      Noble, Lindsey J.; Meruva, Venkat B.; Hays, Seth A.; Rennaker, Robert L.; Kilgard, Michael P.; McIntyre, Christa K. (Elsevier Science Inc, 2018-09-21)
      Background: Exposure-based therapies are used to treat a variety of trauma- and anxiety-related disorders by generating successful extinction following cue exposure during treatment. The development of adjuvant strategies ...
    • Frontoparietal Cortical Thickness Mediates the Effect of COMT Val¹⁵⁸Met Polymorphism on Age-Associated Executive Function 

      Miranda, Giuseppe G.; Rodrigue, Karen M.; Kennedy, Kristen M. (Elsevier Science Inc, 2018-09-21)
      Proper dopamine (DA) signaling is likely necessary for maintaining optimal cognitive performance as we age, particularly in prefrontal-parietal networks and in fronto-striatal networks. Thus, reduced DA availability is a ...
    • "I Want to Know More!": Children are Sensitive to Explanation Quality when Exploring New Information 

      Mills, Candice M.; Sands, Kaitlin R.; Rowles, Sydney P.; Campbell, Ian L. (Wiley, 2019-01)
      When someone encounters an explanation perceived as weak, this may lead to a feeling of deprivation or tension that can be resolved by engaging in additional learning. This study examined to what extent children respond ...
    • Tinnitus Distress: A Paradoxical Attention to the Sound? 

      Kandeepan, S.; Maudoux, A.; Ribeiro de Paula, D.; Zheng, J. Y.; Cabay, J. E.; Gómez, F.; Chronik, B. A.; Ridder, D.; Vanneste, Sven; Soddu, A. (Springer-Verlag GmbH and Co., 2019-05-31)
      Tinnitus, the perception of sound in the absence of external stimuli, is often a disturbing symptom for which the underlying functional neuroanatomy still remains poorly understood. Most studies have focused solely on ...
    • Meta-Analysis of Functional Subdivisions within Human Posteromedial Cortex 

      Huang, Yuefeng; Hullfish, Jeffrey; De Ridder, Dirk; Vanneste, Sven (Springer Heidelberg, 2018-10-26)
      The posteromedial cortex (PMC) comprising posterior cingulate cortex (PCC), retrosplenial cortex (RSC), and the precuneus (PrC) is perhaps best known for its involvement in the default mode network. There is no consensus ...
    • Protease Activated Receptor 2 (PAR2) Activation Causes Migraine-Like Pain Behaviors in Mice 

      Hassler, Shayne N.; Ahmad, Fatima B.; Burgos-Vega, Carolina C.; Boitano, Scott; Vagner, Josef; Price, Theodore J.; Dussor, Gregory (Sage Publications Ltd, 2018-05-31)
      Background Pain is the most debilitating symptom of migraine. The cause of migraine pain likely requires activation of meningeal nociceptors. Mast cell degranulation, with subsequent meningeal nociceptor activation, has ...
    • Implicit and Explicit Bodily Emotions and Social Functioning in Schizophrenia 

      Hajduk, M.; Klein, Hans S.; Springfield, Cassi R.; Bass, E.; Pinkham, Amy E. (Elsevier Science BV, 2019-02-12)
      No abstract available. From the text: "The aim of the present study is to analyze whether explicit and implicit recognition of bodily emotions predicts interpersonal functioning in patients with schizophrenia. The secondary ...
    • Non-Invasive Dural Stimulation in Mice: A Novel Preclinical Model of Migraine 

      Burgos-Vega, Carolina Christina; Quigley, Lilyana D.; dos Santos, Gabriela Trevisan; Yan, Flora; Asiedu, Marina; Jacobs, Blaine; Motina, Marina; Safdar, Nida; Yousuf, Hayyan; Avona, Amanda; Price, Theodore J.; Dussor, Greg (Sage Publications Ltd, 2018-05-31)
      Background Migraine is characterized by a collection of neurological symptoms in the absence of injury or damage. However, several common preclinical migraine models require significant damage to the skull to stimulate the ...
    • Social Trait Information in Deep Convolutional Neural Networks Trained for Face Identification 

      Parde, Connor J.; Hu, Ying; Castillo, C.; Sankaranarayanan, S.; O'Toole, Alice J. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2019-05-27)
      Faces provide information about a person's identity, as well as their sex, age, and ethnicity. People also infer social and personality traits from the face — judgments that can have important societal and personal ...
    • Progress Update from the Hippocampal Subfields Group 

      Olsen, R. K.; Carr, V. A.; Daugherty, A. M.; La Joie, R.; Amaral, R. S. C.; Amunts, K.; Augustinack, J. C.; Kennedy, Kristen M.; Rodrigue, Karen M.; Hippocampal Subfields Group (Elsevier Inc., 2019-06-13)
      Introduction: Heterogeneity of segmentation protocols for medial temporal lobe regions and hippocampal subfields on in vivo magnetic resonance imaging hinders the ability to integrate findings across studies. We aim to ...
    • Relations Between Characteristics of Collaborative and Oppositional Mother–Child Conflict 

      Nelson, Jackie A.; Boyer, B. P.; Smith, Olivia A.; Villarreal, Deyaun L. (Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2019-05-17)
      SYNOPSIS: Objective. Oppositional parent–child conflict interactions and inconsistent parenting practices have each been associated with more negative socioemotional outcomes for children. The current study aimed to identify ...
    • Otoprotectants: From Research to Clinical Application 

      Le Prell, Colleen G. (Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc., 2019)
      There is an urgent need for otoprotective drug agents. Prevention of noise-induced hearing loss continues to be a major challenge for military personnel and workers in a variety of industries despite the requirements that ...
    • Implementation and Analysis of a Free Water Protocol in Acute Trauma and Stroke Patients 

      Kenedi, Helen; Campbell-Vance, J.; Reynolds, J.; Foreman, M.; Dollaghan, Cristine A.; Graybeal, D.; Warren, A. M.; Bennett, M. (American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 2019-06-01)
      Background Free water protocols allow patients who aspirate thin liquids and meet eligibility criteria to have access to water or ice according to specific guidelines. Limited research is available concerning free water ...
    • Norepinephrine and Serotonin are Required for Vagus Nerve Stimulation Directed Cortical Plasticity 

      Hulsey, Daniel R.; Shedd, Cristine M.; Sarker, Sadmaan F.; Kilgard, Michael P.; Hays, Seth A. (Academic Press Inc., 2019-06-07)
      Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) paired with forelimb training drives robust, specific reorganization of movement representations in the motor cortex. This effect is hypothesized to be mediated by VNS-dependent engagement of ...
    • Dural Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Produces Female-Specific Responses in Rodent Migraine Models 

      Avona, Amanda; Burgos-Vega, Carolina; Burton, Michael D.; Akopian, A. N.; Price, Theodore J.; Dussor, Gregory (Society for Neuroscience, 2019-05-29)
      Migraine is the second leading cause for disability worldwide and the most common neurological disorder. It is also three times more common in women; reasons for this sex difference are not known. Using preclinical behavioral ...
    • Relative Activation Patterns Associated with Self-Transcendent and Self-Enhancement Core Values: An fMRI Study of Basic Human Values Theory Concepts in Males 

      Teed, Adam R.; Rakic, Jelena; Mark, D. B.; Krawcyzk, Daniel C. (Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2019-04-13)
      Core values have been shown to influence a variety of social behaviors, but research on the brain networks supporting their effects is sparse. While undergoing fMRI scanning, twenty male participants evaluated descriptions ...
    • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Reverses the Extinction Impairments in a Model of PTSD with Prolonged and Repeated Trauma 

      Souza, Rimenez R.; Robertson, Nicole M.; Pruitt, David T.; Gonzales, Phillip A.; Hays, Seth A.; Rennaker, Robert L.; Kilgard, Michael P.; McIntyre, Crista K. (Taylor and Francis Ltd, 2019-04-23)
      We have shown that vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) enhances extinction of conditioned fear and reduces anxiety in rat models of PTSD using moderate stress. However, it is still unclear if VNS can be effective in enhancing ...