Winners of the Lee Willerman Award for Excellence in Research
"Association Between Serotonin Cumulative Genetic Score and the Behavioral Approach System (BAS): Moderation by Early Life Environment"
"Cognitive Control Network Connectivity in Adolescent Women With and Without a Parental History of Depression"
"An Event-Level Examination of Sex Differences and Subjective Intoxication in Alcohol-Related Aggression"
"Acute Exercise Improves Physical Sexual Arousal in Women Taking Antidepressants"
"Insulin Sensitivity as a Mediator of the Relationship Between BMI and Working Memory-Related Brain Activation"
"Serotonin Transporter and BDNF Genetic Variants Interact To Predict Cognitive Reactivity in Healthy Adults"
"The Inhibitory Effects of Nicotine on Physiological Sexual Arousal in Nonsmoking Women: Results from a Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Cross-Over Trial."
"Augmenting In Vivo Exposure with Fear Antagonistic Actions: A Preliminary Test"
"Attentional Biases in Social Anxiety: An Investigation Using the Inattentional Blindness Paradigm"
"An Experimental Test of the Effects of Dieting on Bulimic Symptoms: The Impact of Eating Episode Frequency"
"Psychophysiological Sexual Arousal in Women with a History of Childhood Sexual Abuse"
"Disentangling the Effects of Safety Behavior Utilization and Safety-Behavior Availability during Exposure-Based Treatment: A Placebo-Controlled Trial"
"A Prospective Test of the Stress-Buffering Model of Depression in Adolescent Girls: No Support Once Again"
"An Experimental Test of the Effect of Weight-Loss Dieting on Bulimic Pathology: Tipping the Scales in a Different Direction"
"Cognitive-behavioral Profiles of College Risk-takers with Type II and Psychopathic Traits"
"Evidence that Serotonin Affects Female Sexual Functioning Via Peripheral Mechanisms"
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