Sylvia Harmon-Jones
Sylvia Harmon-Jones
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Differences in the persistence of spatial memory deficits induced by a chronic stressor in adolescents compared to juveniles
AA Stylianakis, SK Harmon‐Jones, R Richardson, KD Baker
Developmental Psychobiology 60 (7), 805-813, 2018
Is good memory always a good thing? An early offset of infantile amnesia predicts anxiety-like behavior throughout development in rats
SK Harmon-Jones, CSM Cowan, N Shnier, R Richardson
Behaviour Research and Therapy 135, 103763, 2020
On jealousy, envy, sex differences and temperament in humans and dogs
E Harmon-Jones, SK Harmon-Jones
Animal Sentience 3 (22), 8, 2018
Maternal care, infant fear memory retention, and the moderating role of variations in separation‐induced ultrasonic vocalizations
SK Harmon‐Jones, R Richardson
Developmental Psychobiology 63 (6), e22177, 2021
It’s all about who you know: Memory retention of a rat’s cagemates during infancy negatively predicts adulthood hippocampal FGF2
SK Harmon-Jones, BM Graham, G King, R Richardson
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 182, 107448, 2021
Measuring avoidance-related trait anger: American and Polish versions of the Avoidance Motivated Response to Anger Scale (AMRAS).
K Szymaniak, SK Harmon-Jones, E Harmon-Jones
Motivation Science, 2022
Maternal Experience Does Not Predict Fear Extinction and Anxiety-Like Behaviour in Primiparous Rats Post-weaning
JE Pestana, TB McCutcheon, SK Harmon-Jones, R Richardson, ...
Frontiers in Global Women's Health, 98, 2021
Further examinations of attitudes toward discrete emotions, with a focus on attitudes toward anger
K Szymaniak, SK Harmon-Jones, E Harmon-Jones
Motivation and Emotion, 1-18, 2023
Adults who are more anxious and were anxiously attached as children report later first memories
SK Harmon‐Jones, R Richardson
British Journal of Psychology 113 (2), 455-478, 2022
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