Daniel Lumian
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Maternal buffering of human amygdala-prefrontal circuitry during childhood but not during adolescence
DG Gee, L Gabard-Durnam, EH Telzer, KL Humphreys, B Goff, M Shapiro, ...
Psychological science 25 (11), 2067-2078, 2014
2092014
Previous institutionalization is followed by broader amygdala–hippocampal–PFC network connectivity during aversive learning in human development
JA Silvers, DS Lumian, L Gabard-Durnam, DG Gee, B Goff, DS Fareri, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (24), 6420-6430, 2016
722016
Emotional reactivity and emotion regulation among adults with a history of self-harm: Laboratory self-report and functional MRI evidence.
TS Davis, IB Mauss, D Lumian, AS Troy, AJ Shallcross, P Zarolia, BQ Ford, ...
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 123 (3), 499, 2014
582014
Normative development of ventral striatal resting state connectivity in humans
DS Fareri, L Gabard-Durnam, B Goff, J Flannery, DG Gee, DS Lumian, ...
Neuroimage 118, 422-437, 2015
522015
Stimulus-elicited connectivity influences resting-state connectivity years later in human development: a prospective study
LJ Gabard-Durnam, DG Gee, B Goff, J Flannery, E Telzer, KL Humphreys, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (17), 4771-4784, 2016
432016
Decreased amygdala reactivity to parent cues protects against anxiety following early adversity: an examination across 3 years
BL Callaghan, DG Gee, L Gabard-Durnam, EH Telzer, KL Humphreys, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 4 (7), 664-671, 2019
302019
Regulation of positive and negative emotion: effects of sociocultural context
SA Snyder, SM Heller, DS Lumian, K McRae
Frontiers in psychology 4, 259, 2013
302013
Altered ventral striatal-medial prefrontal cortex resting-state connectivity mediates adolescent social problems after early institutional care
DS Fareri, L Gabard-Durnam, B Goff, J Flannery, DG Gee, DS Lumian, ...
Development and psychopathology 29 (5), 1865, 2017
282017
Diurnal cortisol after early institutional care—Age matters
JE Flannery, LJ Gabard-Durnam, M Shapiro, B Goff, C Caldera, J Louie, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 25, 160-166, 2017
242017
Emotion regulation changes the duration of the BOLD response to emotional stimuli
CE Waugh, P Zarolia, IB Mauss, DS Lumian, BQ Ford, TS Davis, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (10), 1550-1559, 2016
202016
The impact of program structure on cortisol patterning in children attending out-of-home child care
DS Lumian, J Dmitrieva, MM Mendoza, LS Badanes, SE Watamura
Early childhood research quarterly 34, 92-103, 2016
142016
Preregistered replication of “Affective flexibility: evaluative processing goals shape amygdala activity”
DS Lumian, K McRae
Psychological science 28 (9), 1193-1200, 2017
52017
Hierarchical development of the human neurobiology involved in aversion-learning
N Tottenham, DS Lumian, JA Silvers
BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY 77 (9), 25S-25S, 2015
12015
" Diurnal cortisol after early institutional care—Age matters": Erratum.
JE Flannery, LJ Gabard-Durnam, M Shapiro, B Goff, C Caldera, J Louie, ...
Elsevier Science, 2020
2020
Overlapping and distinct neural correlates of imitating and opposing facial movements
DA Godinez, DS Lumian, T Crosby-Attipoe, AM Bedacarratz, P Zarolia, ...
NeuroImage 166, 239-246, 2018
2018
Binocular Rivalry of Emotional Expressions
DS Lumian
2018
Novel fMRI Approaches Reveal Developmental Changes in Frontoamygdala Circuitry With Implications for the Emergence of Psychiatric Disorders During Development
D Gee, L Calgar, C Mills-Finnerty, B Goff, L Gabard-Durnam, D Fareri, ...
NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 41, S297-S297, 2016
2016
THE IMPACT OF EARLY LIFE ADVERSITY ON DIURNAL HPA AXIS FUNCTION ACROSS DEVELOPMENT
J Flannery, L Gabard-Durnam, D Gee, K Humphreys, B Goff, D Lumian
Developmental Psychobiology 55 (7), 2013
2013
Replication of “Affective Flexibility: evaluative processing goals shape amygdala activity” by Cunningham, Van Bavel, and Johnsen (2008, Psychological Science)
K McRae, D Lumian
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