Maital Neta

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Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, United States 
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Moshe Bar research assistant 2004-2006 Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Paul J. Whalen grad student 2010 Dartmouth
 (Behavioral, psychophysiological, and neural responses to ambiguously valenced facial expressions.)
Steven E. Petersen post-doc Dartmouth
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Petro NM, Basyouni R, Neta M. (2021) Positivity effect in aging: evidence for the primacy of positive responses to emotional ambiguity. Neurobiology of Aging. 106: 232-240
Dworetsky A, Seitzman BA, Adeyemo B, et al. (2021) Probabilistic mapping of human functional brain networks identifies regions of high group consensus. Neuroimage. 237: 118164
Neta M, Brock RL. (2021) Social connectedness and negative affect uniquely explain individual differences in response to emotional ambiguity. Scientific Reports. 11: 3870
Petro NM, Tottenham N, Neta M. (2021) Exploring valence bias as a metric for frontoamygdalar connectivity and depressive symptoms in childhood. Developmental Psychobiology
Neta M, Berkebile MM, Freeman JB. (2020) The dynamic process of ambiguous emotion perception. Cognition & Emotion. 1-8
Neta M, Harp NR, Henley DJ, et al. (2019) One step at a time: Physical activity is linked to positive interpretations of ambiguity. Plos One. 14: e0225106
Petro NM, Tong TT, Henley DJ, et al. (2018) Individual Differences in Valence Bias: fMRI Evidence of the Initial Negativity Hypothesis. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Neta M, Dodd MD. (2018) Through the Eyes of the Beholder: Simulated Eye-movement Experience ("SEE") Modulates Valence Bias in Response to Emotional Ambiguity. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Neta M, Tong TT, Henley DJ. (2018) It’s a matter of time (perspectives): shifting valence responses to emotional ambiguity Motivation and Emotion. 42: 258-266
Brown CC, Raio CM, Neta M. (2017) Cortisol responses enhance negative valence perception for ambiguous facial expressions. Scientific Reports. 7: 15107
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