Scott J. Burwell

Psychology University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
EEG, neuroimaging, psychopathology, personality
"Scott Burwell"
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Joyner KJ, Yancey JR, Venables NC, et al. (2019) Using a co-twin control design to evaluate alternative trait measures as indices of liability for substance use disorders. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Burwell SJ, Makeig S, Iacono WG, et al. (2019) Reduced premovement positivity during the stimulus-response interval precedes errors: Using single-trial and regression ERPs to understand performance deficits in ADHD. Psychophysiology. e13392
Smit DJA, Wright MJ, Meyers JL, et al. (2018) Genome-wide association analysis links multiple psychiatric liability genes to oscillatory brain activity. Human Brain Mapping
Burwell SJ, Malone SM, Iacono WG. (2016) One-year developmental stability and covariance among oddball, novelty, go/no-go, and flanker event-related potentials in adolescence: A monozygotic twin study. Psychophysiology
Malone SM, Burwell SJ, Vaidyanathan U, et al. (2014) Heritability and molecular-genetic basis of resting EEG activity: a genome-wide association study. Psychophysiology. 51: 1225-45
Burwell SJ, Malone SM, Bernat EM, et al. (2014) Does electroencephalogram phase variability account for reduced P3 brain potential in externalizing disorders? Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. 125: 2007-15
Vaidyanathan U, Welo EJ, Malone SM, et al. (2014) The effects of recurrent episodes of depression on startle responses. Psychophysiology. 51: 103-9
Yoon HH, Malone SM, Burwell SJ, et al. (2013) Association between P3 event-related potential amplitude and externalizing disorders: a time-domain and time-frequency investigation of 29-year-old adults. Psychophysiology. 50: 595-609
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