Felicia Jackson
Felicia Jackson
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In an uncertain world, errors are more aversive: Evidence from the error-related negativity.
F Jackson, BD Nelson, GH Proudfit
Emotion 15 (1), 12, 2015
442015
The impact of an unpredictable context and intolerance of uncertainty on the electrocortical response to monetary gains and losses
BD Nelson, EM Kessel, F Jackson, G Hajcak
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16 (1), 153-163, 2016
352016
The uncertainty of errors: Intolerance of uncertainty is associated with error-related brain activity
F Jackson, BD Nelson, G Hajcak
Biological psychology 113, 52-58, 2016
342016
Intolerance of uncertainty and startle potentiation in relation to different threat reinforcement rates
B Chin, BD Nelson, F Jackson, G Hajcak
International Journal of Psychophysiology 99, 79-84, 2016
302016
Single-session attention bias modification and error-related brain activity
BD Nelson, F Jackson, N Amir, G Hajcak
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 15 (4), 776-786, 2015
292015
A comparison of the electrocortical response to monetary and social reward
A Distefano, F Jackson, AR Levinson, ZP Infantolino, JM Jarcho, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 13 (3), 247-255, 2018
192018
An incongruent reality: the N400 in relation to psychosis and recovery
F Jackson, D Foti, R Kotov, G Perlman, DH Mathalon, GH Proudfit
Schizophrenia research 160 (1-3), 208-215, 2014
162014
Impaired error processing in late-phase psychosis: four-year stability and relationships with negative symptoms
D Foti, G Perlman, G Hajcak, A Mohanty, F Jackson, R Kotov
Schizophrenia research 176 (2-3), 520-526, 2016
142016
Clinical significance of auditory target P300 subcomponents in psychosis: differential diagnosis, symptom profiles, and course
G Perlman, D Foti, F Jackson, R Kotov, E Constantino, G Hajcak
Schizophrenia research 165 (2-3), 145-151, 2015
142015
Semantic elaboration: ERPs reveal rapid transition from novel to known.
PJ Bauer, FL Jackson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (1), 271, 2015
142015
Electrophysiological indices of emotion processing during retrieval of autobiographical memories by school-age children
PJ Bauer, JS Stevens, FL Jackson, P San Souci
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 12 (1), 99-114, 2012
142012
Attention bias modification reduces neural correlates of response monitoring
BD Nelson, F Jackson, N Amir, G Hajcak
Biological psychology 129, 103-110, 2017
102017
Pubertal development and anxiety risk independently relate to startle habituation during fear conditioning in 8–14 year‐old females
F Jackson, BD Nelson, A Meyer, G Hajcak
Developmental psychobiology 59 (4), 436-448, 2017
102017
Unpredictability increases the error-related negativity in children and adolescents
BC Speed, F Jackson, BD Nelson, ZP Infantolino, G Hajcak
Brain and cognition 119, 25-31, 2017
92017
Emotion and attention
G Hajcak, F Jackson, J Ferri, A Weinberg
Handbook of emotions, 595-605, 2016
82016
Brain activity during autobiographical retrieval is modulated by emotion and vividness: Informing the role of the amygdala
PJ Bauer, JS Stevens, AF Stenson, T Waters, FL Jackson
The Amygdala—Where Emotions Shape Perception, Learning and Memories; Ferry …, 2017
22017
Neural Response to Monetary Loss Differentiates Boys at High and Low Risk for Depression
JN Bress, ZP Infantolino, F Jackson, B Gibb, G Hajcak
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 52, S106-S106, 2015
12015
Auditory P300 amplitude distinguishes schizophrenia from other psychotic disorders and matched controls
G Perlman, F Jackson, D Foti, R Kotov, G Hajcak
Psychophysiology 50, S46-S46, 2013
12013
Psychophysiological Response to Unpredictable Social Feedback: Relations with Social Anxiety and Real-World Emotional Experiences
F Jackson
PQDT-Global, 2019
2019
TEMPORAL STABILITY OF SEMANTIC PROCESSING DEFICITS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND THEIR LINK WITH SYMPTOMS
K Novak, D Foti, F Jackson, G Hajcak, R Kotov
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 54, S136-S136, 2017
2017
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