Jennifer Lorraine Stewart
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The time course of activity in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulate cortex during top-down attentional control
RL Silton, W Heller, DN Towers, AS Engels, JM Spielberg, JC Edgar, ...
Neuroimage 50 (3), 1292-1302, 2010
Emotion-modulated performance and activity in left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.
JD Herrington, A Mohanty, NS Koven, JE Fisher, JL Stewart, MT Banich, ...
Emotion 5 (2), 200, 2005
Resting frontal EEG asymmetry as an endophenotype for depression risk: sex-specific patterns of frontal brain asymmetry.
JL Stewart, AW Bismark, DN Towers, JA Coan, JJB Allen
Journal of abnormal psychology 119 (3), 502, 2010
Time course of attentional bias in anxiety: Emotion and gender specificity
SM Sass, W Heller, JL Stewart, RL Silton, JC Edgar, JE Fisher, GA Miller
Psychophysiology 47 (2), 247-259, 2010
Interoception and drug addiction
MP Paulus, JL Stewart
Neuropharmacology 76, 342-350, 2014
Resting and task‐elicited prefrontal EEG alpha asymmetry in depression: Support for the capability model
JL Stewart, JA Coan, DN Towers, JJB Allen
Psychophysiology 51 (5), 446-455, 2014
Prefrontal cortex, emotion, and approach/withdrawal motivation
JM Spielberg, JL Stewart, RL Levin, GA Miller, W Heller
Social and personality psychology compass 2 (1), 135-153, 2008
Frontal EEG asymmetry during emotional challenge differentiates individuals with and without lifetime major depressive disorder
JL Stewart, JA Coan, DN Towers, JJB Allen
Journal of affective disorders 129 (1-3), 167-174, 2011
Assessing and conceptualizing frontal EEG asymmetry: An updated primer on recording, processing, analyzing, and interpreting frontal alpha asymmetry
EE Smith, SJ Reznik, JL Stewart, JJB Allen
International Journal of Psychophysiology 111, 98-114, 2017
Attentional bias to negative emotion as a function of approach and withdrawal anger styles: an ERP investigation
JL Stewart, RL Silton, SM Sass, JE Fisher, JC Edgar, W Heller, GA Miller
International Journal of Psychophysiology 76 (1), 9-18, 2010
The oft‐neglected role of parietal EEG asymmetry and risk for major depressive disorder
JL Stewart, DN Towers, JA Coan, JJB Allen
Psychophysiology 48 (1), 82-95, 2011
Depression and anxious apprehension distinguish frontocingulate cortical activity during top-down attentional control.
RL Silton, W Heller, AS Engels, DN Towers, JM Spielberg, JC Edgar, ...
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 120 (2), 272, 2011
Time course of processing emotional stimuli as a function of perceived emotional intelligence, anxiety, and depression.
JE Fisher, SM Sass, W Heller, RL Silton, JC Edgar, JL Stewart, GA Miller
Emotion 10 (4), 486, 2010
Anger style, psychopathology, and regional brain activity.
JL Stewart, R Levin-Silton, SM Sass, W Heller, GA Miller
Emotion 8 (5), 701, 2008
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
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
Polymorphisms of the HTR1a allele are linked to frontal brain electrical asymmetry
AW Bismark, FA Moreno, JL Stewart, DN Towers, JA Coan, J Oas, ...
Biological psychology 83 (2), 153-158, 2010
Approach and avoidance profiles distinguish dimensions of anxiety and depression
JM Spielberg, W Heller, RL Silton, JL Stewart, GA Miller
Cognitive Therapy and Research 35 (4), 359-371, 2011
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
Treatment approaches for interoceptive dysfunctions in drug addiction
MP Paulus, JL Stewart, L Haase
Frontiers in psychiatry 4, 137, 2013
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