Dana Smith

2016-2017 Psychology Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, United States 
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Delgado M, Buffington CAT, Bain M, et al. (2021) Early maternal separation is not associated with changes in telomere length in domestic kittens (). Peerj. 9: e11394
Smith DM, Torregrossa MM. (2021) Valence encoding in the amygdala influences motivated behavior. Behavioural Brain Research. 113370
DiBona VL, Shah MK, Krause KJ, et al. (2021) Metformin reduces neuroinflammation and improves cognitive functions after traumatic brain injury. Neuroscience Research
Smith DS, Goins AM, Savani S. (2020) A Look in the Mirror: Unveiling Human Rights Issues Within Social Work Education. Journal of Human Rights and Social Work. 1-11
Nestor LJ, Suckling J, Ersche KD, et al. (2020) Disturbances across whole brain networks during reward anticipation in an abstinent addiction population. Neuroimage. Clinical. 27: 102297
Smith SB, Lunt DK, Smith DR, et al. (2020) Producing high-oleic acid beef and the impact of ground beef consumption on risk factors for cardiovascular disease: A review. Meat Science. 163: 108076
Oaks BM, Adu-Afarwuah S, Kumordzie S, et al. (2020) Impact of a nutritional supplement during gestation and early childhood on child salivary cortisol, hair cortisol, and telomere length at 4-6 years of age: a follow-up of a randomized controlled trial. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1-32
Krysko KM, Henry RG, Cree BAC, et al. (2019) Telomere length is associated with disability progression in multiple sclerosis. Annals of Neurology
Tanabe P, Spratling R, Smith D, et al. (2019) CE: Understanding the Complications of Sickle Cell Disease. The American Journal of Nursing. 119: 26-35
Just AL, Meng C, Smith DG, et al. (2019) Effects of familial risk and stimulant drug use on the anticipation of monetary reward: an fMRI study. Translational Psychiatry. 9: 65
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