Michael J. Endres, Ph.D.

Psychological & Brain Sciences Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Neurobiology of Alcohol Abuse
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Peter R Finn grad student 2011 Indiana University
 (An Information Processing Account of Behavioral Disinhibition in Externalizing Psychopathology.)
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Endres MJ, Houpt JW, Donkin C, et al. (2015) Working memory capacity and redundant information processing efficiency. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 594
Camchong J, Endres M, Fein G. (2014) Decision making, risky behavior, and alcoholism. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 125: 227-36
Endres MJ, Donkin C, Finn PR. (2014) An information processing/associative learning account of behavioral disinhibition in externalizing psychopathology. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 22: 122-32
Gunn RL, Finn PR, Endres MJ, et al. (2013) Dimensions of disinhibited personality and their relation with alcohol use and problems. Addictive Behaviors. 38: 2352-60
Burns DM, Houpt JW, Townsend JT, et al. (2013) Functional principal components analysis of workload capacity functions. Behavior Research Methods. 45: 1048-57
Endres MJ, Fein G. (2013) Emotion-word processing difficulties in abstinent alcoholics with and without lifetime externalizing disorders. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 37: 831-8
Trueblood JS, Endres MJ, Busemeyer JR, et al. (2011) Modeling Response Times in the Go/No-Go Discrimination Task. Cogsci : ... Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society (U.S.). Conference. 2011: 1866-1871
Endres MJ, Rickert ME, Bogg T, et al. (2011) Externalizing psychopathology and behavioral disinhibition: working memory mediates signal discriminability and reinforcement moderates response bias in approach-avoidance learning. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 120: 336-51
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