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CURRENT PUBLICATIONS

Perlman, S.B., Luna, B., Hein, T.C., Huppert, T. fNIRS evidence of prefrontal regulation of frustration in early childhood. Neuroimage. 85(2014), 326-334. (PDF version)

● Hafeman, D., Bebko, G., M.A. Bertocci, Fournier, J.C., Bonar, L., Perlman, S.B., et al. (2014). Abnormal deactivation of the inferior frontal gyrus during implicit emotion processing in youth with bipolar disorder: Attenuated by medication. Journal of Psychiatric Research. (PDF version)

● Bebko, G., Bertocci, M.A., Fournier, J.C., Hinze, A.K., Bonar, L., Almeida, J.R.C., Perlman, S.B., et al. (2014). Parsing dimensional versus diagnostic category-related patterns of reward circuitry function in behaviorally and emotionally dysregulated youth in the Longitudinal Assessment of Manic Symptoms (LAMS) study. JAMA Psychiatry, 71(1), 71-80. (PDF version)

● Bertocci, M.A., Bebko, G., Olino, T., Fournier, J., Hinze, A.K., Bonar, L., Almeida, J., Perlman, S.B., et al. (2014). Behavioral and emotional dysregulation trajectories marked by prefrontal-amygdala function in symptomatic youth. Psychological Medicine. (PDF version)

● Bebko, G., Bertocci, M.A., Chase, H.C., Dwojak, A., Bonar, L., Almeida, J.R.C., Perlman, S.B., et al. (2015). Decreasing amygdala-insula resting state connectivity in behaviorally and emotionally dysregulated youth. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. (PDF version)

Perlman, S.B., Jones, B.M., Wakschlag, L.S., Axelson, D. Birmaher, B., Phillips, M. (2015). Neural substrates of child irritability in typically developing and psychiatric populations.   Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience  14(2015) 71-80. (PDF version)

● Wakschlag, L.S., Estabrook, R. Petitclerc, A., Henry, D., Burns, J., Perlman.S.B., et al.  Clinical Implications of a Dimensional Approach: The Normal: Abnormal Spectrum of Early Irritability. J Am Acad Child Adolescent Psychiatry (2015) 54(8) 626-634. (PDF version)

● Portugal, L.C.L., Rosa, M. J., Roa, A., Bebko, G., Bertocci, G., Hinze, A., Bonar, L., Almeida, J., Perlman., S.B., et al. Can Emotional and Behavioral Dysregulation in Youth be Decoded from Functional Neuroimaging? Plos One (2016) 11(1). (PDF version)

Perlman,S.B., Huppert, T., Luna, B., Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Evidence for Development for Development of Prefontal engagement in Working Memory in Early Through Middle Childhood. Cerebral Cortex. (2016) 26(6). (PDF version)

● Li, Y., Grabell, A., Wakschlag, L., Huppert, T. Perlman, S.B., The neural substrates of cognitive flexibility are related to individual differences in preschool irritability: A fNIRS investigation.  Development.Cogitive Neuroscience. (2016) 1-7 (PDF version)

● Hafeman, D., Bebko, G., Bertocci, M., Fournier, J., Chase, H. Bonar, L., Perlman, S.B., et al. Amygdala-prefrontal cortical functional connectivity during implicit emotion processing differentiates youth with bipolar spectrum from youth with externalizing disorders. Journal of Affective disorders. 208 (2017) 94-100 (PDF version)


 

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