Excellent in Scholarship Award, Joshua M. Carlson



An Introduction to Drugs and the Neuroscience of Behavior, Adam J. Prus


Drugs and the Neuroscience of Behavior: An Introduction to Psychopharmacology, Adam J. Prus

Drugs and the Neuroscience of Behavior: An Introduction to Psychopharmacology, 2nd edition, Adam J. Prus

Approaches to a History of Western Psychology, Harry Whitaker

Book Sections/Chapters

Neural mechanisms of emotions and affect, J. Aday, W. Rizer, and Joshua M. Carlson

Translational Value of Drug Discrimination with Typical and Atypical Antipsychotic Drugs, J. Porter, K. Webster, and Adam J. Prus


The Discriminative Stimulus Properties of Drugs Used to Treat Depression and Anxiety, Adam J. Prus and Joseph H. Porter


Translational Value of Drug Discrimination with Typical and Atypical Antipsychotic Drugs, Joseph H. Prus, Kevin Webster, and Adam J. Prus

Perceptual strategies under constrained movements on a zoomable haptic mobile device, Mounia Ziat, Eric Lecolinet, Olivier Gapenne, Gerard Mouret, and Charles Lenay

Conference Papers in Published Proceedings

Juan Huarte and the Brain Basis of Memory, Imagination and Understanding, Rachael Goldsworthy and H A. Whitaker

Eighteenth Century Classification of Mental Illness: Linnaeus, de Sauvages, Vogel, and Cullen, Heather Munsche and H A. Whitaker


An Introduction to Drugs and the Neuroscience of Behavior, Adam Prus

Conditioned Place Preference, Adam Prus

Honorable Mention: 27th Annual No Big Heads Exhibition, Adam Prus

Neurologic Heuristics and Artistic Whimsy: the Cerebral Cartography of Wilder Penfield, Peter J. Snyder and H A. Whitaker

Acquired Impairments of Written Language, Harry Whitaker

Agrammatism, Harry Whitaker

Anatomical Asymmetries Versus Variability of Language Areas of the Brain, Harry Whitaker

A note on mentor-disciple relationships: Gall’s reaction (1818) to Spurzheim’s departure (1813), Harry Whitaker

Aphasia Syndromes, Harry Whitaker

Brain, Mind and Medicine: Essays in 18th Century Neuroscience, Harry Whitaker

Charles Bonnet's NeuroPhilosophy, Harry Whitaker

Charles Bonnet’s NeuroPhilosophy, Harry Whitaker

Concise Encyclopedia of Brain and Language, Harry Whitaker

Electrical stimulation mapping of language cortex, Harry Whitaker

Handbook of Neurolinguistics, Harry Whitaker

Language disorders: aphasia, Harry Whitaker

Mind and Brain: toward an understanding of dualism, Harry Whitaker

Neurolinguistics from the Middle Ages to the Pre-modern Era, Harry Whitaker

Neuropsychological Testing, Harry Whitaker

Paul Broca, Harry Whitaker

Phrenology, Harry Whitaker

Phrenology and Physiognomy in Victorian literature, Harry Whitaker

Pierre Flourens, Harry Whitaker

Some comments on pre-modern agrammatism research, Harry Whitaker

The Fractionation of Linguistic Performance: With Notes from Neologistic Jargon Aphasia, Harry Whitaker

The History of neurolinguistics from the beginnings to the 1970's, Harry Whitaker

Was medieval cell doctrine more modern than we thought?, Harry Whitaker

InGrid: Interactive Grid Table, Mounia Ziat, Josh Fridstrom, Kurt Kilpela, Jon Fancher, and James Jim Clark

Enhancing Virtual Immersion through Tactile Feedback, Mounia Ziat, Taylor Rolison, Andrew Shirtz, Daniel Wilbern, and Carrie Anne Balcer

Ebbinghaus Illusion in the Tactile Modality, Mounia Ziat, Erin Smith, Cecilia Brown, Carrie DeWolfe, and Vincent Hayward

Conference Presentations


A comparison of the discriminative stimulus properties of the atypical antipsychotic drugs ziprasidone and clozapine in rats., Adam Prus

Clozapine drug discrimination in C57BL/6 mice detects antipsychotic agents based on serotonergic or adrenergic antagonist actions., Adam Prus

Different roles of 5-HT2A and 5-HT2C receptor stimulation in the cortical dopamine release in 5-HT2A and 5-HT2C genetic mutant mice., Adam Prus

Effects of atypical antipsychotic drugs on differential reinforcement of low rate 72s performance in rats, Adam Prus

Effects of the neurotensin analog NT69L on dopamine and acetylcholine efflux in the medial prefrontal cortex and nucleus accumbens using microdialysis in rats, Adam Prus

Medial prefrontal cortical M1 muscarinic receptors are involved in dopamine efflux produced by clozapine but not risperidone, Adam Prus

The effects of the neurotensin receptor-1 agonist PD149163 on signal detection performance in rats, Adam Prus

The neurotensin analog NT69L improves performance in a novel object recognition memory task in rats, Adam Prus


The nicotinic alpha7 receptor partial agonist MEM 3454 increases dopamine and acetylcholine in rat medial prefrontal cortex and hippocampus., Adam Prus

The role of serotonin (5-HT)1A and 5-HT2A receptors in the effect of idazoxan with and without dopamine (DA) D2 receptor blockade to enhance cortical DA efflux, Adam Prus

Two-lever drug discrimination with the atypical antipsychotic ziprasidone differentiates atypical from typical antipsychotic drugs in rats, Adam Prus

Effects of neurotensin analogs on footshock-conditioned 22-kHz vocalizations in rats, Adam J. Prus

Attitudes toward Vegetarianism and Hunting in a Northern Town, Maya Sen

Gender salience as a predictor of early gender knowledge, Maya G Sen

17th Century Neuropsychology: Giovanni Battista Morgagni and the origins of clinico-pathologic correlation, Harry Whitaker

18th Century Armchair Neuroscience, Harry Whitaker

Amygdala Activation in Varying Mood States Influences Early Processing of Black and White Line Drawings, Harry Whitaker

A transitional model of brain function in the long 18th century: in between geography of medieval cell doctrine and the geography of modern neuroscience, Harry Whitaker

Broca's Area and Broca's Aphasia Were Discovered in 1824 by Alexander Hood: Phrenology and Language in the early 19th century, Harry Whitaker

Case 4th, July 28, 1824 (Mr. Hood's Cases of Injuries to the Brain, Harry Whitaker

Early 19th century debates about the frontal lobes: phrenology versus neuropathology, Harry Whitaker

Eight lectures on the clinical neuropsychology of language, Harry Whitaker

Fibers and vibrations: David Hartley's and Charles Bonnet's mid-18th century model of brain functions, Harry Whitaker

Individual Differences: the next frontier in cognitive neuroscience, Harry Whitaker

Late 18th Century Neuroscience: Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis’ Ideas on Brain Function, Harry Whitaker

Medieval Cell Doctrine and Ventricular Theory: ancient and modern, Harry Whitaker


Presentism Redux, Harry Whitaker

The asymmetrical brain: waiting 200 years to realize that language functions are lateralized, Harry Whitaker

The not-so-roaring 1820's: laying the groundwork for brain and language correlations, Harry Whitaker

Three vignettes in the history of neurolinguistics, Harry Whitaker

The structure of hallucinations in Charles Bonnet syndrome: notes from Bonnet’s “Visions", Harry A. Whitaker

Tactile suppression of displacement: ERP results, Mounia Ziat

Visuomotor Coordination under two types of reflections, Mounia Ziat


Neuroplasticity in an Extended Amygdala Network as a Target Mechanism for Attention Bias Modification Outcome, Joshua M. Carlson

Journal Articles

Structural MRI‐based measures of neuroplasticity in an extended amygdala network as a target for attention bias modification treatment outcome, J. Aday and Joshua M. Carlson

The neurotensin NTS1 receptor agonist PD149163 produces antidepressant-like effects in the forced swim test: Further support for neurotensin as a novel pharmacologic strategy for antidepressant drugs, L. Carey, R. Rice, and Adam J. Prus


Facilitated Orienting Underlies Fearful Face Enhanced Gaze Cueing of Spatial Location, Joshua M. Carlson

In the presence of conflicting gaze cues, fearful expression and eye‐size guide attention, Joshua M. Carlson and J. Aday


Nonconscious Attention Bias to Threat is Correlated with Anterior Cingulate Cortex Gray Matter Volume: A Voxel-based Morphometry Result and Replication, Joshua M. Carlson, Felix Beacher, Karen S. Reinke, Reza Habib, Eddie Harmon-Jones, Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi, and Greg Hajcak


Influence of the BDNF Genotype on Amygdalo-Prefrontal White Matter Microstructure is Linked to Nonconscious Attention Bias to Threat, Joshua M. Carlson, Jiook Cha, Eddie Harmon-Jones, Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi, and Greg Hajcak


Functional and Structural Amygdala – Anterior Cingulate Connectivity Correlates with Attentional Bias to Masked Fearful Faces, Joshua M. Carlson, Jiook Cha, and Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi


Gender Moderates the Association Between Dorsal Medial Prefrontal Cortex Volume and Depressive Symptoms in a Subclinical Sample, Joshua M. Carlson, Emily Depetro, Joshua Maxwell, Eddie Harmon-Jones, and Greg Hajcak


Trait Reappraisal is Associated with Resilience to Acute Psychological Stress, Joshua M. Carlson, Gulce N. Dikecligil, Tsafrir Greenberg, and Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi


Midbrain Volume Predicts fMRI and ERP Measures of Reward Reactivity, Joshua M. Carlson, Dan Foti, Eddie Harmon-Jones, and Greg H. Proudfit


Ventral striatal and medial prefrontal BOLD activation is correlated with reward-related electrocortical activity: A combined ERP and fMRI study, Joshua M. Carlson, Dan Foti, Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi, and Greg Hajcak


Serotonin Transporter Genotype and Depressive Symptoms Moderate Effects of Nicotine on Spatial Working Memory, Joshua M. Carlson, David Gilbert, Hege Riise, and Brett Froeliger


Blind rage? Heightened anger is associated with altered amygdala responses to masked and unmasked fearful faces, Joshua M. Carlson, Tsafrir Greenberg, and Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi


Feeling Anxious: Anticipatory Amygdalo-insular Response Predicts the Feeling of Anxious Anticipation, Joshua M. Carlson, Tsafrir Greenberg, Denis Rubin, and Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi


Backward Masked Snakes and Guns Modulate Spatial Attention, Joshua M. Carlson, Andrea L. Lee, and Karen S. Reinke


A Disposition to Reappraise Decreases Anterior Insula Reactivity During Anxious Anticipation, Joshua M. Carlson and Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi


Facilitated Attentional Orienting and Delayed Disengagement to Conscious and Nonconscious Fearful Faces, Joshua M. Carlson and Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi


The Orienting of Spatial Attention to Backward Masked Fearful Faces Is Associated With Variation in the Serotonin Transporter Gene, Joshua M. Carlson, Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi, Eddie Harmon-Jones, and Greg Hajcak


Attending to the Fear in Your Eyes: Facilitated Orienting and Delayed Disengagement, Joshua M. Carlson and Karen S. Reinke


Masked Fearful Faces Modulate the Orienting of Covert Spatial Attention, Joshua M. Carlson and Karen S. Reinke


Spatial Attention-related Modulation of the N170 by Backward Masked Fearful Faces, Joshua M. Carlson and Karen S. Reinke


A Left Amygdala Mediated Network for Rapid Orienting to Masked Fearful Faces, Joshua M. Carlson, Karen S. Reinke, and Reza Habib