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2014

“High Dimensional Data Case Study: fMRI MVPA,” December 2013. Invited talk at the 1st International Workshop on High Dimensional Data Mining (workshop at IEEE ICDM).

Etzel, J. A. and Braver, T.S. “MVPA Permutation Schemes (Permutation Testing in the Land of Cross-Validation).” Poster presentation at the 3rd International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in NeuroImaging (PRNI 2013).

Etzel, J. A. and Braver, T.S. July 2014. “Distance Concentration in High-Dimensional fMRI Datasets: Possible Analysis Implications,” Poster presentation at the 12th International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON).

“Reward motivation enhances decoding of task representations in frontoparietal cortex,” July 2014. Oral presentation at the 12th International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON).

“High Dimensional Exploration: A Comparison of PCA, Distance Concentration, and Classification Performance in two fMRI Datasets,” December 2014. Oral presentation at IEEE SSCI CIDM.

Washington University Undergraduate Research Symposium
Komal, Zunaira and Barch, Deanna. Reward Motivation in Patients of Schizophrenia with High versus Low Negative Symptoms. Abstract

Abhishek Saxena, David Pagliaccio, Katherine R. Luking, & Deanna M. Barch. Effects of Anhedonia and Mood on Emotional Reactivity to Affective Stimuli. Abstract

SIRS
Deanna M. Barch, Michael Treadway, Nathan Schoen, and Erin Dowd. Effort, Motivation and Reward Learning in Schizophrenia: Relationships to Amotivation and Functional Impairment. Abstract

Barch, D. M., Carter, C. S., Gold, J., Harms, M., MacDonald, A., Poppe, A., Ragland, J. D., Silverstein, S., Strauss, M.E. New Neuroscience Based Cognitive Paradigms for Biomarker Research in Schizophrenia. Abstract

SAS
Katherine R Luking, Jamie S Neiman, Joan L Luby, and Deanna M Barch. CHILDREN WITH HEIGHTENED APPROACH MOTIVATION AND HEDONIC CAPACITY ARE MORE RESPONSIVE TO BOTH GAIN AND LOSS FEEDBACK . Abstract

DCN
Katherine R Luking, Joan L Luby, and Deanna M Barch. Kids, candy, brain and behavior: Age differences in responses to candy gains and losses. Abstract

FLUX
KR Luking, D. Paglaccio, JL Luby, DM Barch. Effects of Depression RIsk and Current Depressive Symptoms on Striatal Response to Incentives in Healthy Children. Abstract

Eric R Murphy, Andrew Belden, Deanna Barch, and Joan Luby. Bilateral amygdala connectivity during emotion reappraisal in MDD correlated with rumination. Abstract

Deanna M. Barch, Joan L. Luby, Michael S. Gaffrey, Andrew C. Belden, David Pagliaccio, and Katherine Luking. The development of emotion regulation and mood pathology. Abstract

David Pagliaccio and Deanna Barch. Maternal History of Depression Impacts Neural Responses to Emotional Stimuli in School-Age Children. Abstract

SRP
KR Luking, D. Paglaccio, JL Luby, DM Barch. Effects of Depression Risk, Reward Drive, and Recent Negative Life Events on Incentive-Related Behaviors in Healthy Children. Abstract

Julia M Sheffield, Grega Repovs, Michael P Harms, Cameron S Carter, James M Gold, Angus MacDonald III, J Daniel Ragland, Steve Silverstein, Douglass Godwin, Deanna Barch. Disrupted brain network integrity and the generalized cognitive deficit in schizophrenia: a graph theory approach to identifying specific mechanisms. Abstract

Dissociable Effects of Hedonic Capacity, Depressive Symptomology, Mood, and Stress on Emotional Reactivity . Abstract

CNS

Yu Sun Chung & Deanna M. Barch. The Temporal Dynamics of Motivated Cognitive Control: Relationships to Social Anhedonia. Abstract

Society for Affective Science Conference
Katherine R. Luking, Jamie S. Neiman, Joan L. Luby, & Deanna M. Barch. Children with Heightened Approach Motivation and Hedonic Capacity are More Responsive to Both Gain and Loss Feedback. Abstract

2013

FLUX
Katherine R. Luking, Joan L. Luby, & Deanna M. Barch. Kids, candy, brain and behavior: Age differences in responses to candy gains and losses. Abstract

Mechanisms of Motivation, Cognition, and Aging Interactions
Marie Krug, Kevin Oksanen, Jordan Livingston, and Todd Braver. Reward vs. Punishment: The effects of primary liquid incentives on cognitive control. Abstract

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Washington University
Brian Katz, Marie Krug, Kevin Oksanen, & Todd Braver. Does immediate liquid feedback help improve task performance to maximize monetary reward? Abstract

2012
CNS

Kimberly S. Chiew, Renaldo Gacad, Timothy B. Brown, Todd S. Braver Pupillometry Reveals Changes in Cognitive Control Dynamics as a Function of Motivational Incentives. Abstract

Kimberly S. Chiew, Todd S. Braver Positive Affect and Reward: Examining Emotional and Motivational Influences on Cognitive Control Using Pupillometry. Abstract

J. A. Etzel, M. W. Cole, J. M. Zacks,T. S. Braver Enhanced  Decoding  of  Task  Representations Under Reward Motivation Conditions. Abstract

Karla Becerril and Deanna M. Barch Beyond the Anterior Cingulate Cortex: Conflict and Error Procession in an Extended Cingulo-opercular Network. Abstract

Michael W. Cole, Jeremy Reynolds, Jonathan D. Power, & Todd S. Flexible hubs: A Novel Mechanism for Flexible Cognitive Control. Braver Abstract

Michael Cole A Role for the Brain Network Mechanisms of Flexible Cognitive Control in Human Intelligence. Abstract

Michael W. Cole, Joset A. Etzel, and Todd S. Braver. Identifying Flexible Hubs: A Novel Mechanism for Flexible Cognitive Control. Abstract

SFN
Pagliaccio., Luby, J., Botteron, K., Barch, D.M. Stress System Genetic Variation, Cortisol, Hippocampaal Volume, and Amygdala Reactivity in Preschool-onset Major Depression. Abstract

Society for Research in Psychopathology
Yu Sun Chung and Deanna M. Deficits of Reward Incentive Context Effect in Schizophrenia: The Relevance of Proactive Cognitive Control. Barch Abstract

2011
Karla Becerril and Deanna Marie Barch Behavioral Adjustments n Response to Error Commussion and to Cues Predicting Error Likelihood: DACC Activity Modulation in Schizophrenia. Absrtact

2010
Psychonomics 2010
Kimberly S. Chiew, Todd S. Braver. Influence of primary motivational incentives on sequential cognitive control adjustments.
Abstract

Cole, M.W. Task Set Formation: Switching to a Completely Novel Task Enhances Task Switching Costs Abstract

SFN 2010
Michael W. Cole, Jeffrey M. Zacks, and Todd S. Braver Independent and distributed coding of task-set decision rules within ventrolateral prefrontal cortex. Abstract

GaffreyM.S, Luby, J., Repovs, G.Luking, K., Belden, A.C., Botteron, K., Barch, D.M. Subgenual anterior cingulate connectivity in school age children with a history of Preschool-Onset Major Depressive Disorder: An fcMRI studyh. Abstract

CNS 2010
Kimberly S. Chiew, Todd S. Braver. Selective attention and conflict processing under primary incentives: evidence from the flanker task. Abstract

2009
SFN 2009
Koji Jimura, Hannah S. Locke, Todd S. Braver. Prefrontal activity dynamics mediates the cognitive enhancing effects of motivational incentive context in reward-sensitive individuals. Abstract

CNS 2009
Chiew, K.S., Edwards, B.G., and Braver, T.S. Neural Circuitry Underlying Emotional vs. Cognitive Conflict and Control: Facial Expressions as a Model Behavior. Abstract

Alan Anticevic, Grega Repovs, Jennifer L. Staplins, Tara D. Benesch, Todd S. Braver, Deanna M. Barch. Brain Regions Involved in Resisting Emotional Distraction. Abstract

SFN 2009
Becerril, Karla and  Barch, Deanna. Emotion-Cognition Interactions in Schizophrenia. Abstract

Alan Anticevic, Grega Repovs, Todd S. Braver, Deanna M. Barch. Prefrontal Cortex Involvement in Resisting Emotional Distraction. Abstract

2008
CNS 2008
Chiew, K.S., Heaven, T.J., and Braver, T.S. Facial EMG Reveals Top-Down and Bottom-UP Emotional Interference in an Adapted Context Processing Task. Abstract

Alan Anticevic, Grega Repovs, Jennifer L. Staplins, Tara D. Benesch, Todd S. Braver, Deanna M. Barch. Emotion-Cognition Interaction: Working Memory and Transient Emotional Interference. Abstract

2007
IBRO World Congress Of Neuroscience, Australia July 2007
Grega Repovs, Deanna Barch, Meghan Campbell, Tamara Hershey. The effect of dopaminergic therapy on functional connectivity in Parkinson’s disease. Abstract

OHBM Conference Chicago, IL 2007
Grega Repovs, Deanna M Barch. A processing stream for timeseries and activation-based fMRI functional connectivity analysis. Abstract

Alan Anticevic, Donna Dierker, Sarah K. Gillespie, Lei Wang, David C. Van Essen, John G. Csernansky, Deanna M. Barch. Surface-Based Functional Neuroimaging of Working Memory in Schizophrenia.  Abstract

CNS 2007
Alan Anticevic, Donna Dierker, Sarah K. Gillespie, David C. Van Essen, John G. Csernansky, Deanna M. Barch. Cortical Surface-Based Analyses in Functional Neuroimaging: Focus on Working Memory in Schizophrenia. Abstract

SFN 2007
Alan Anticevic, Todd S. Braver, Deanna M. Barch. Role of Temporo-parietal Junction in Emotional Processing. Abstract

APS Conference 2007
Hannah S. Locke and Todd S. Braver. Effects of Incentive Type, Valence, and Intensity on Psychophysiology and Performance. Abstract

ICOSR Conference 2007 Colorado Springs, Colorado,
Aaron Bonner Jackson and Deanna Barch Direct comparison of two encoding strategies in schizophrenia: Behavioral and neurobiological findings. . Abstract

G. Repovs, D. M. Barch. Functional connectivity in patients with schizophrenia and controls during working memory task performance. Abstract

2006
OHBM 2006 Florence, Italy

Grega Repovš, Deanna M Barch. BOLD activity related functional connectivity in patients with schizophrenia and controls during working memory. Abstract

FENS 2006 Vienna, Austria
Grega Repovš, Marko Pišljar, Zvezdan Pirtošek. Reaction time and ERP analysis of single-item Stroop color-word test: Impact of task design and possible use as a diagnostic took. Abstract

SFN 2006 Atlanta, Georgia
Grega Repovsš, Deanna M Barch. fMRI image preprocessing crucially affects functional connectivity analysis. Abstract

Deanna M Barch, Grega RepovCorrelational analysis reveals differences in functional connectivity in patients with schizophrenia during working memory task performanceš. Abstract

Grega Repovs. Can only what we attend to be subliminally processed?  Abstract

SRP 2006
Direct comparison of two encoding strategies in schizophrenia: Behavioral and neurobiological findings. Aaron Bonner-Jackson. Abstract

2005
SFN and CCNS 2005
A Computational Neural Model of Anterior Cingulate Cortex Learns to Estimate Context-Dependent Behavioral Risk. Joshua W. Brown, Todd S. Braver, Abstract

Unified computational neural modeling of behavior, fMRI, and neurophsiological data with RNS++. Joshua W. Brown, Abstract

Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2005
Learned Error Matching in the Anterior Cingulate Cortex. Joshua W. Brown, Todd S. Braver. Abstract

ALTERNATING SWITCH COSTS IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE: BACKWARD INHIBITION IN BASAL GANGLIA DISEASE. Christina L. Fales and Barbara J. Knowlton. Abstract

Effects of motivation on behavior and brain activity during performance of a cognitive control task. Hannah S. Locke and Todd S. Braver. Abstract

Relationships Among Fluid Intelligence, Working Memory Span, and Brain Activity During High -Interference Trials. Gregory C. Burgess, Jeremy R. Gray, Andrew R. A. Conway, Todd S. Braver. Abstract

International Conference on Schizophrenia Research 2005
The role of encoding strategy in subsequent recognition in schizophrenia. Aaron Bonner-Jackson, Kristin M. Haut, John G. Csernansky, Deanna M. Barch, Abstract

Schizotypal symptoms and neurocognitive performance in siblings of patients with schizophrenia. Sabuwalla, Z., Czernansky, J., & Barch, D. Abstract

Functional Deficits in Individual Thalamic Nuclei in Schizophrenia and the Relationship to Structure and Cognition. Andrews, J.1, Csernansky, J. G., Wang, L., Barch, D. M. Abstract