Anson J. Whitmer

University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
"Anson Whitmer"
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Marie T. Banich grad student 2009 CU Boulder
 (The cognitive and neural mechanisms of rumination.)
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Vrijsen JN, Becker ES, Rinck M, et al. (2014) Can memory bias be modified? The effects of an explicit cued-recall training in two independent samples Cognitive Therapy and Research. 38: 217-225
Whitmer AJ, Gotlib IH. (2013) An attentional scope model of rumination. Psychological Bulletin. 139: 1036-61
Whitmer AJ, Banich MT. (2012) Brain activity related to the ability to inhibit previous task sets: an fMRI study. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 12: 661-70
Whitmer AJ, Gotlib IH. (2012) Depressive rumination and the C957T polymorphism of the DRD2 gene. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 12: 741-7
Whitmer AJ, Frank MJ, Gotlib IH. (2012) Sensitivity to reward and punishment in major depressive disorder: effects of rumination and of single versus multiple experiences. Cognition & Emotion. 26: 1475-85
Whitmer AJ, Gotlib IH. (2012) Switching and backward inhibition in major depressive disorder: the role of rumination. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 121: 570-8
Whitmer AJ, Banich MT. (2012) Repetitive thought and reversal learning deficits Cognitive Therapy and Research. 36: 714-721
Whitmer A, Gotlib IH. (2011) Brooding and reflection reconsidered: A factor analytic examination of rumination in currently depressed, formerly depressed, and never depressed individuals Cognitive Therapy and Research. 35: 99-107
Altamirano LJ, Miyake A, Whitmer AJ. (2010) When mental inflexibility facilitates executive control: beneficial side effects of ruminative tendencies on goal maintenance. Psychological Science. 21: 1377-82
Whitmer AJ, Banich MT. (2010) Trait rumination and inhibitory deficits in long-term memory Cognition and Emotion. 24: 168-179
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