Candace Marie Raio

Affiliations: 
New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
emotion, stress, aversive learning, emotion regulation
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Elizabeth A. Phelps grad student 2009-2014 NYU
 (The Influence of Acute Stress on the Regulation of Conditioned Fear.)
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Homan P, Lau HL, Levy I, et al. (2021) Evidence for a minimal role of stimulus awareness in reversal of threat learning. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 28: 95-103
Schiller D, Monfils MH, Raio CM, et al. (2018) Addendum: Preventing the return of fear in humans using reconsolidation update mechanisms. Nature
Raio CM, Hartley CA, Orederu TA, et al. (2017) Stress attenuates the flexible updating of aversive value. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Sokol-Hessner P, Raio CM, Gottesman SP, et al. (2016) Acute stress does not affect risky monetary decision-making. Neurobiology of Stress. 5: 19-25
Raio CM, Goldfarb EV, Lempert KM, et al. (2016) Classifying emotion regulation strategies. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
FeldmanHall O, Raio CM, Kubota JT, et al. (2015) The Effects of Social Context and Acute Stress on Decision Making Under Uncertainty. Psychological Science
Raio CM, Phelps EA. (2015) The influence of acute stress on the regulation of conditioned fear. Neurobiology of Stress. 1: 134-146
Raio CM, Phelps EA. (2015) Observational Fear Learning Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. 3: 137-141
Kubota JT, Mojdehbakhsh R, Raio C, et al. (2014) Stressing the person: legal and everyday person attributions under stress. Biological Psychology. 103: 117-24
Steinfurth EC, Kanen JW, Raio CM, et al. (2014) Young and old Pavlovian fear memories can be modified with extinction training during reconsolidation in humans. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 21: 338-41
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