Jasmine Boshyan

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Psychology Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
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Social-Developmental
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Boshyan J, Feldman Barrett L, Betz N, et al. (2018) Line-Drawn Scenes Provide Sufficient Information for Discrimination of Threat and Mere Negativity. I-Perception. 9: 2041669518755806
Zebrowitz LA, Boshyan J, Ward N, et al. (2018) Dietary dopamine depletion blunts reward network sensitivity to face trustworthiness. Journal of Psychopharmacology (Oxford, England). 269881118758303
Im HY, Adams RB, Cushing CA, et al. (2018) Sex-related differences in behavioral and amygdalar responses to compound facial threat cues. Human Brain Mapping
Zebrowitz LA, Ward N, Boshyan J, et al. (2017) Older adults' neural activation in the reward circuit is sensitive to face trustworthiness. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Im HY, Adams RB, Boshyan J, et al. (2017) Observer's anxiety facilitates magnocellular processing of clear facial threat cues, but impairs parvocellular processing of ambiguous facial threat cues. Scientific Reports. 7: 15151
Zebrowitz LA, Boshyan J, Ward N, et al. (2017) The Older Adult Positivity Effect in Evaluations of Trustworthiness: Emotion Regulation or Cognitive Capacity? Plos One. 12: e0169823
Zebrowitz L, Ward N, Boshyan J, et al. (2016) Dedifferentiated Face Processing in Older Adults is Linked to Lower Resting State Metabolic Activity in Fusiform Face Area. Brain Research
Kveraga K, Boshyan J, Ward N, et al. (2015) Vision for action: saccadic and manual responses to clear threat and ambiguous negative scenes. Journal of Vision. 15: 358
Zebrowitz LA, Franklin RG, Boshyan J. (2015) Face Shape and Behavior: Implications of Similarities in Infants and Adults. Personality and Individual Differences. 86: 312-317
Kveraga K, Boshyan J, Adams RB, et al. (2015) If it bleeds, it leads: separating threat from mere negativity. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 10: 28-35
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