April C. May
April C. May
Doctoral Student Researcher, SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology
Verified email at ucsd.edu
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Mega-analysis of gray matter volume in substance dependence: general and substance-specific regional effects
S Mackey, N Allgaier, B Chaarani, P Spechler, C Orr, J Bunn, NB Allen, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 176 (2), 119-128, 2019
642019
A pilot study investigating changes in neural processing after mindfulness training in elite athletes
L Haase, AC May, M Falahpour, S Isakovic, AN Simmons, SD Hickman, ...
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9, 229, 2015
602015
Altered cingulate and insular cortex activation during risk‐taking in methamphetamine dependence: losses lose impact
JL Gowin, JL Stewart, AC May, TM Ball, M Wittmann, SF Tapert, ...
Addiction 109 (2), 237-247, 2014
532014
You are the danger: attenuated insula response in methamphetamine users during aversive interoceptive decision-making
JL Stewart, AC May, T Poppa, PW Davenport, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Drug and alcohol dependence 142, 110-119, 2014
502014
When the brain does not adequately feel the body: links between low resilience and interoception
L Haase, JL Stewart, B Youssef, AC May, S Isakovic, AN Simmons, ...
Biological psychology 113, 37-45, 2016
482016
Striatum and insula dysfunction during reinforcement learning differentiates abstinent and relapsed methamphetamine‐dependent individuals
JL Stewart, CG Connolly, AC May, SF Tapert, M Wittmann, MP Paulus
Addiction 109 (3), 460-471, 2014
442014
Methamphetamine dependent individuals show attenuated brain response to pleasant interoceptive stimuli
AC May, JL Stewart, R Migliorini, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Drug and alcohol dependence 131 (3), 238-246, 2013
422013
The effect of age on neural processing of pleasant soft touch stimuli
AC May, JL Stewart, MP Paulus, SF Tapert
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 8, 52, 2014
382014
What do you feel? Adolescent drug and alcohol users show altered brain response to pleasant interoceptive stimuli
R Migliorini, JL Stewart, AC May, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Drug and alcohol dependence 133 (2), 661-668, 2013
342013
Young adults at risk for stimulant dependence show reward dysfunction during reinforcement-based decision making
JL Stewart, TM Flagan, AC May, M Reske, AN Simmons, MP Paulus
Biological psychiatry 73 (3), 235-241, 2013
302013
Under pressure: adolescent substance users show exaggerated neural processing of aversive interoceptive stimuli
L Berk, JL Stewart, AC May, RW Wiers, PW Davenport, MP Paulus, ...
Addiction 110 (12), 2025-2036, 2015
292015
Hyperactivation to pleasant interoceptive stimuli characterizes the transition to stimulant addiction
JL Stewart, AC May, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Drug and alcohol dependence 154, 264-270, 2015
202015
Do you feel alright? Attenuated neural processing of aversive interoceptive stimuli in current stimulant users
JL Stewart, AL Juavinett, AC May, PW Davenport, MP Paulus
Psychophysiology 52 (2), 249-262, 2015
192015
Cocaine dependent individuals with attenuated striatal activation during reinforcement learning are more susceptible to relapse
JL Stewart, CG Connolly, AC May, SF Tapert, M Wittmann, MP Paulus
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 223 (2), 129-139, 2014
172014
Altered frontocingulate activation during aversive interoceptive processing in young adults transitioning to problem stimulant use
JL Stewart, JM Parnass, AC May, PW Davenport, MP Paulus
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 7, 89, 2013
162013
Deployment and post-deployment experiences in OEF/OIF veterans: relationship to gray matter volume
RL Aupperle, CG Connolly, AN Stillman, AC May, MP Paulus
PLoS One 8 (9), e75880, 2013
152013
Insular and cingulate attenuation during decision making is associated with future transition to stimulant use disorder
JL Stewart, M Butt, AC May, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Addiction 112 (9), 1567-1577, 2017
112017
Forging neuroimaging targets for recovery in opioid use disorder
JL Stewart, AC May, RL Aupperle, J Bodurka
Frontiers in psychiatry 10, 117, 2019
92019
Doubling down: increased risk-taking behavior following a loss by individuals with cocaine use disorder is associated with striatal and anterior cingulate dysfunction
JL Gowin, AC May, M Wittmann, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Biological psychiatry: cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging 2 (1), 94-103, 2017
92017
Blunted frontostriatal blood oxygen level–dependent signals predict stimulant and marijuana use
MA Blair, JL Stewart, AC May, M Reske, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3 (11), 947-958, 2018
72018
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