Tarik S. Bel-Bahar, Ph.D.

Duke University, Durham, NC 
experimental psychology, brain dynamics
"Tarik Bel-Bahar"
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Peter Fonagy grad student UCL (PsychTree)
Lewis R. Goldberg grad student University of Oregon (PsychTree)
Don M. Tucker grad student University of Oregon
Scott Makeig post-doc UCSD
Stephen R. Mitroff post-doc Duke
Lawrence Gregory Appelbaum post-doc 2012-2014 Duke


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Stephen Nicholas research assistant University of Michigan (SPRtree)
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Desatnik A, Bel-Bahar T, Taylor L, et al. (2020) Emotion regulation in adolescents: Influences of internal representations of relationships - An ERP study. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Desatnik A, Bel-Bahar T, Nolte T, et al. (2017) Emotion Regulation in Adolescents: An ERP study. Biological Psychology
Sheffield JG, Crowley MJ, Bel-Bahar T, et al. (2015) Reward-Related Neural Activity and Adolescent Antisocial Behavior in a Community Sample. Developmental Neuropsychology. 40: 363-78
Wang L, Krasich K, Bel-Bahar T, et al. (2015) Mapping the structure of perceptual and visual-motor abilities in healthy young adults. Acta Psychologica. 157: 74-84
Saucier G, Thalmayer AG, Bel-Bahar TS. (2014) Human attribute concepts: relative ubiquity across twelve mutually isolated languages. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 107: 199-216
Bigdely-Shamlo N, Kreutz-Delgado K, Robbins K, et al. (2013) Hierarchical Event Descriptor (HED) tags for analysis of event-related EEG studies 2013 Ieee Global Conference On Signal and Information Processing, Globalsip 2013 - Proceedings. 1-4
Saucier G, Bel-Bahar T, Fernandez C. (2007) What modifies the expression of personality tendencies? defining basic domains of situation variables Journal of Personality. 75: 479-504
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