Philippe Goldin

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
fMRI, social anxiety disorder, emotion
"Philippe Goldin"

Philippe completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Rutgers University, Clinical Psychology Internship at the UC San Diego / San Diego VA consortium, and is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University. His clinical research focuses on (a) functional neuroimaging investigations of cognitive affective mechanisms in both healthy adults and in individuals with various forms of psychopathology, (b) the effect of mindfulness meditation and cognitive behavioral therapy on neural substrates of emotional reactivity, emotion regulation, and attention regulation, and (c) the effect of child-parent mindfulness meditation training on anxiety, compassion, and quality of family interactions.

Mean distance: 16.06 (cluster 23)


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Shabnam Hakimi research assistant Stanford
Tali Manber grad student 2006-2009 Stanford


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Hooria Jazaieri collaborator 2008-
Murray Stein collaborator 1998-2001 UCSD
Gregory G. Brown collaborator 1998-2002 UCSD
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Dixon ML, Moodie CA, Goldin PR, et al. (2021) Frontoparietal and Default Mode Network Contributions to Self-Referential Processing in Social Anxiety Disorder. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Goldin PR, Thurston M, Allende S, et al. (2021) Evaluation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy vs Mindfulness Meditation in Brain Changes During Reappraisal and Acceptance Among Patients With Social Anxiety Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Jama Psychiatry
Zhang J, Ten Brink M, Kreibig SD, et al. (2021) Individual differences in perceived sleep quality do not predict negative affect reactivity or regulation. Biological Psychology. 164: 108149
Ashar YK, Clark J, Gunning FM, et al. (2021) Brain markers predicting response to cognitive-behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder: an independent replication of Whitfield-Gabrieli et al. 2015. Translational Psychiatry. 11: 260
Kuo JR, Zeifman RJ, Morrison AS, et al. (2021) The moderating effects of anger suppression and anger expression on cognitive behavioral group therapy and mindfulness-based stress reduction among individuals with social anxiety disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders. 285: 127-135
O'Day EB, Butler RM, Morrison AS, et al. (2021) Reductions in social anxiety during treatment predict lower levels of loneliness during follow-up among individuals with social anxiety disorder. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 78: 102362
Morrison AS, Mateen MA, Brozovich FA, et al. (2019) Changes in Empathy Mediate the Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy but Not Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Social Anxiety Disorder. Behavior Therapy. 50: 1098-1111
Dixon ML, Moodie CA, Goldin PR, et al. (2019) Emotion Regulation in Social Anxiety Disorder: Reappraisal and Acceptance of Negative Self-Beliefs. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Birk SL, Horenstein A, Weeks J, et al. (2019) Neural responses to social evaluation: The role of fear of positive and negative evaluation. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 67: 102114
Butler RM, O'Day EB, Kaplan SC, et al. (2019) Do sudden gains predict treatment outcome in social anxiety disorder? Findings from two randomized controlled trials. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 121: 103453
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