Stephen Braren
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Vicarious social defeat stress induces depression-related outcomes in female mice
SD Iñiguez, FJ Flores-Ramirez, LM Riggs, JB Alipio, I Garcia-Carachure, ...
Biological psychiatry 83 (1), 9-17, 2018
882018
Threat intensity widens fear generalization gradients.
JE Dunsmoor, MCW Kroes, SH Braren, EA Phelps
Behavioral Neuroscience 131 (2), 168, 2017
382017
Developing a neurobehavioral animal model of poverty: Drawing cross-species connections between environments of scarcity-adversity, parenting quality, and infant outcome
RE Perry, ED Finegood, SH Braren, ML Dejoseph, DF Putrino, DA Wilson, ...
Development and psychopathology 31 (2), 399-418, 2019
312019
Methamphetamine-induced short-term increase and long-term decrease in spatial working memory affects protein Kinase M zeta (PKMζ), dopamine, and glutamate receptors
SH Braren, D Drapala, IK Tulloch, PA Serrano
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 8, 438, 2014
292014
Sustained attention in infancy: A foundation for the development of multiple aspects of self-regulation for children in poverty
A Brandes-Aitken, S Braren, M Swingler, K Voegtline, C Blair
Journal of experimental child psychology 184, 192-209, 2019
242019
Environmental enrichment increases hippocampal glucocorticoid receptors and decreases GluA2 and protein kinase M zeta (PKMz) trafficking during chronic stress: A protective …
RM Zanca, S Braren, B Maloney, L Schrott, V Luine, P Serrano
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 303, 2015
222015
Socioeconomic risk and school readiness: Longitudinal mediation through children's social competence and executive function
RE Perry, SH Braren, C Blair, L Vernon-Feagans, M Cox, M Burchinal, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1544, 2018
182018
Remote patient monitoring for home management of coronavirus disease 2019 in New York: a cross-sectional observational study
L Tabacof, C Kellner, E Breyman, S Dewil, S Braren, L Nasr, J Tosto, ...
Telemedicine and e-Health 27 (6), 641-648, 2021
72021
Corticosterone administration targeting a hypo-reactive HPA axis rescues a socially-avoidant phenotype in scarcity-adversity reared rats
RE Perry, M Rincón-Cortés, SH Braren, AN Brandes-Aitken, M Opendak, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 40, 100716, 2019
72019
Emotional enhancement of memory for neutral information: The complex interplay between arousal, attention, and anticipation
JE Dunsmoor, MCW Kroes, VP Murty, SH Braren, EA Phelps
Biological psychology 145, 134-141, 2019
52019
Socioeconomic risk moderates the association between caregiver cortisol levels and infant cortisol reactivity to emotion induction at 24 months
SH Braren, RE Perry, A Ursache, C Blair
Developmental psychobiology 61 (4), 573-591, 2019
42019
The social neuroendocrinology and development of executive functions
RE Perry, ED Finegood, SH Braren, C Blair
Routledge International Handbook of Social Neuroendocrinology, 2018
42018
Maternal psychological stress moderates diurnal cortisol linkage in expectant fathers and mothers during late pregnancy
SH Braren, A Brandes-Aitken, A Ribner, RE Perry, C Blair
Psychoneuroendocrinology 111, 104474, 2020
32020
Enhancing executive functions through social interactions: causal evidence using a cross-species model
RE Perry, SH Braren, M Rincón-Cortés, AN Brandes-Aitken, D Chopra, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2472, 2019
32019
Joint attention partially mediates the longitudinal relation between attuned caregiving and executive functions for low-income children.
A Brandes-Aitken, S Braren, J Gandhi, RE Perry, S Rowe-Harriott, C Blair
Developmental psychology 56 (10), 1829, 2020
22020
Elevated infant cortisol is necessary but not sufficient for transmission of environmental risk to infant social development: Cross-species evidence of mother–infant …
RE Perry, SH Braren, M Opendak, A Brandes-Aitken, D Chopra, J Woo, ...
Development and Psychopathology 32 (5), 1696-1714, 2020
12020
Within-person changes in basal cortisol and caregiving modulate executive attention across infancy
A Brandes-Aitken, S Braren, SC Vogel, RE Perry, NH Brito, C Blair
Development and Psychopathology, 1-14, 2021
2021
Deprivation and threat as developmental mediators in the relation between early life socioeconomic status and executive functioning outcomes in early childhood
SC Vogel, RE Perry, A Brandes-Aitken, S Braren, C Blair
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 47, 100907, 2021
2021
Baseline Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal Axis and Parasympathetic Nervous System Activity Interact to Predict Executive Functions in Low‐Income Children
SH Braren, A Brandes‐Aitken, RE Perry, K Williams, K Lyons, ...
Mind, Brain, and Education 15 (1), 61-66, 2021
2021
INTRAINDIVIDUAL ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN STRESS PHYSIOLOGY AND SUSTAINED ATTENTION ACROSS INFANCY
A Brandes-Aitken, S Braren, S Vogel, R Perry, C Blair
PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 82 (6), A30-A31, 2020
2020
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