Nathaniel Erik Anderson
Nathaniel Erik Anderson
Assistant Professor, Mind Research Network, Albuquerque, NM
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa
Fifty years of the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale: An update and review
MS Stanford, CW Mathias, DM Dougherty, SL Lake, NE Anderson, ...
Personality and individual differences 47 (5), 385-395, 2009
The psychopath magnetized: insights from brain imaging
NE Anderson, KA Kiehl
Trends in cognitive sciences 16 (1), 52-60, 2012
Psychopathy: developmental perspectives and their implications for treatment
NE Anderson, KA Kiehl
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 32 (1), 103-117, 2014
Neuroimaging measures of error-processing: Extracting reliable signals from event-related potentials and functional magnetic resonance imaging
VR Steele, NE Anderson, ED Claus, EM Bernat, V Rao, M Assaf, ...
NeuroImage 132, 247-260, 2016
Demonstrating emotional processing differences in psychopathy using affective ERP modulation
NE Anderson, MS Stanford
Psychophysiology 49 (6), 792-806, 2012
High psychopathic trait females exhibit reduced startle potentiation and increased P3 amplitude
NE Anderson, MS Stanford, L Wan, KA Young
Behavioral sciences & the law 29 (5), 649-666, 2011
Pharmacologic treatment of impulsive aggression with antiepileptic drugs
MS Stanford, NE Anderson, SL Lake, RM Baldridge
Current treatment options in neurology 11 (5), 383-390, 2009
Psychopathy and aggression: when paralimbic dysfunction leads to violence
NE Anderson, KA Kiehl
Neuroscience of aggression, 369-393, 2013
Differentiating emotional processing and attention in psychopathy with functional neuroimaging
NE Anderson, VR Steele, JM Maurer, V Rao, MR Koenigs, J Decety, ...
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 17 (3), 491-515, 2017
Aberrant functional network connectivity in psychopathy from a large (N = 985) forensic sample
FA Espinoza, VM Vergara, D Reyes, NE Anderson, CL Harenski, J Decety, ...
Human brain mapping 39 (6), 2624-2634, 2018
Psychopathy, attention, and oddball target detection: New insights from PCL‐R facet scores
NE Anderson, VR Steele, JM Maurer, EM Bernat, KA Kiehl
Psychophysiology 52 (9), 1194-1204, 2015
P3a amplitude predicts successful treatment program completion in substance-dependent individuals
NE Anderson, RM Baldridge, MS Stanford
Substance use & misuse 46 (5), 669-677, 2011
Machine learning of brain gray matter differentiates sex in a large forensic sample
NE Anderson, KA Harenski, CL Harenski, MR Koenigs, J Decety, ...
Human brain mapping 40 (5), 1496-1506, 2019
Age of gray matters: Neuroprediction of recidivism
KA Kiehl, NE Anderson, E Aharoni, JM Maurer, KA Harenski, V Rao, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 19, 813-823, 2018
Estimating relative stability in developmental research: A critique of modern approaches and a novel method
JC Barnes, SA El Sayed, M TenEyck, JL Nedelec, EJ Connolly, ...
Journal of quantitative criminology 33 (2), 319-346, 2017
Can neuroscience help predict future antisocial behavior
LM Gaudet, JP Kerkmans, NE Anderson, KA Kiehl
Fordham L. Rev. 85, 503, 2016
Psychopathic traits predict startle habituation but not modulation in an emotional faces task
NE Anderson, L Wan, KA Young, MS Stanford
Personality and Individual Differences 50 (5), 712-716, 2011
Bad brains: crime and drug abuse from a neurocriminological perspective
C Jorgensen, NE Anderson, JC Barnes
American Journal of Criminal Justice 41 (1), 47-69, 2016
Functional neuroimaging and psychopathy.
NE Anderson, KA Kiehl
Oxford University Press, 2013
The structural brain correlates of callous-unemotional traits in incarcerated male adolescents
BM Caldwell, NE Anderson, KA Harenski, MH Sitney, MF Caldwell, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 22, 101703, 2019
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