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    • Cardiovascular and Affective Recovery from Anticipatory Threat 

      Waugh, Christian E.; Panage, Sommer; Mendes, Wendy Berry; Gotlib, Ian H. (Elsevier, 2010)
      Anticipating a stressor elicits robust cardiovascular and affective responses. Despite the possibility that recovery from these responses may have implications for physical and mental well-being, little research has examined ...
    • Implicit Depression and Hopelessness in Remitted Depressed Individuals 

      Meites, Tiffany M.; Deveney, Christen M.; Steele, Katherine T.; Holmes, Avram; Pizzagalli, Diego (Elsevier Science, 2008)
      Cognitive theories of depression posit that automatically activated cognitive schemas, including negative thoughts about the self and the future, predispose individuals to develop depressive disorders. However, prior ...
    • Increased Perceived Stress is Associated with Blunted Hedonic Capacity: Potential Implications for Depression Research 

      Pizzagalli, Diego A; Bogdan, Ryan; Ratner, Kyle G.; Jahn, Allison L. (Elsevier Science, 2007)
      Preclinical studies suggest that stress exerts depressogenic effects by impairing hedonic capacity, in humans, however, the precise mechanisms linking stress and depression are largely unknown. As an initial step towards ...
    • Reduced Hedonic Capacity in Major Depressive Disorder: Evidence from a Probabilistic Reward Task 

      Pizzagalli, Diego; Iosifescu, Dan; Hallett, Lindsay A.; Ratner, Kyle G.; Fava, Maurizio (Elsevier, 2008)
      Objective: Anhedonia, the lack of reactivity to pleasurable stimuli, is a cardinal feature of depression that has received renewed interest as a potential endophenotype of this debilitating disease. The goal of the ...
    • Winners Love Winning and Losers Love Money 

      Kassam, Karim; Morewedge, Carey K.; Gilbert, Daniel Todd; Wilson, Timothy D. (SAGE Publications, 2011)
      Salience and satisfaction are important factors in determining the comparisons that people make. We hypothesized that people make salient comparisons first, and then make satisfying comparisons only if salient comparisons ...