Paper on the Neural Correlates of Emotional Memory Accepted for Publication

Paper by Ventura-Bort and colleagues, "Neural substrates of long-term item and source memory for emotional associates: An fMRI study" has been accepted for publication in Neuropsychologia's special issue on Endel Tulving.

DLab Students won Awards!

Congratulations! Yifan won the Sandra Goss-Lucas award for her outstanding teaching in her Introductory Psychology course (PSYC 100), Paul became the inaugural winner of the Thomas and Margaret Huang Graduate Fellowship, and Grace received the Michael Coles Award for her exemplary performance as a research assistant.

DLab Research in the News!

Paper demonstrating the neural correlates associated focusing on neutral features of a negative scene and clarifying how these correlates play a role in dampening harmful long-term negative memories, published online in Neuropsychologiareceives media attention - see the Illinois New Bureau for further details.

Paper on Integration of fMRI and ERP Responses During the Emotional Oddball Task Accepted for Publication

Paper by Moore, Shafer, Bakhtiari, Dolcos, & Singhal "Integration of spatio-temporal dynamics in emotion-cognition interactions: A simultaneous fMRI-ERP investigation using the emotional oddball task" has been accepted for publication in NeuroImage.

Paper on EEG Correlates of Observing Social Encounters Accepted for Publication

Paper by Katsumi, Dolcos, Moore, Bartholow, Fabiani, & Dolcos "Electrophysiological Correlates of Racial Ingroup Bias in Observing Nonverbal Social Encounters: An EEG Investigation" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

Paper on MRI-Compatible Epidermal Electronic Interfaces Accepted for Publication.

Paper by Limei Tian and colleagues, including Matt Moore and Florin Dolcos, "Large area, MRI-compatible epidermal electronic interfaces for prosthetic control and cognitive monitoring" has been accepted for publication in Nature Biomedical Engineering.

Successful PhD Defense by DLab Student!

Yuta Katsumi has successfully defended his doctoral dissertation - Congratulations, Yuta!! We are all very proud of you :)

DLab Student Deposits Dissertation and Starts Beckman Postdoc!

Matt Moore has deposited his PhD dissertation and started a Beckman Postdoctoral Fellowship! Congratulations, Matt! Looking forward to collaborating with you in your new position. :)

DLab Research in the News!

Paper providing novel evidence suggesting that the volume of a system of brain regions involved in Cognitive Control is indirectly associated with lower symptoms of Emotional Distress through greater levels of a set of personality traits indexing Resilience, published online in Pe

Paper on Internal Emotional Distraction Accepted for Publication.

Paper by Iordan, Dolcos, & Dolcos "Brain Activity and Network Interactions in the Impact of Internal Emotional Distraction" has been accepted for publication in Cerebral Cortex.

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