Now showing items 1-4 of 4

    • The biopsychosocial model of stress in adolescence: self-awareness of performance versus stress reactivity 

      Rith-Najarian, Leslie R.; McLaughlin, Katie Anne; Sheridan, Margaret; Nock, Matthew K. (Informa UK Limited, 2014)
      Extensive research among adults supports the biopsychosocial (BPS) model of challenge and threat, which describes relationships among stress appraisals, physiological stress reactivity, and performance; however, no previous ...
    • Causal effects of the early caregiving environment on development of stress response systems in children 

      Mclaughlin, Katie; Sheridan, Margaret A.; Tibu, Florin; Fox, Nathan A.; Zeanah, Charles H.; Nelson, Charles A. (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2015)
      Disruptions in stress response system functioning are thought to be a central mechanism by which exposure to adverse early-life environments influences human development. Although early-life adversity results in hyperreactivity ...
    • Encoding Processes during Retrieval Tasks 

      Buckner, Randy Lee; Wheeler, Mark E.; Sheridan, Margaret (MIT Press - Journals, 2001)
      Episodic memory encoding is pervasive across many kinds of task and often arises as a secondary processing effect in tasks that do not require intentional memorization. To illustrate the pervasive nature of information ...
    • Variation in neural development as a result of exposure to institutionalization early in childhood 

      Sheridan, Margaret A.; Fox, N. A.; Zeanah, C. H.; Mclaughlin, K; Nelson, Charles A. (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2012)
      We used structural MRI and EEG to examine brain structure and function in typically developing children in Romania (n = 20), children exposed to institutional rearing (n = 29), and children previously exposed to institutional ...