A. Hunter Threadgill

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The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 
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Motivation, Emotion, Rewards, Goal Pursuit, Reward Positivity, Beta Suppression
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Philip A. Gable grad student 2014- (PsychTree)

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Lauren B Neal collaborator (SPRtree)
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Threadgill AH, Gable PA. (2020) Revenge is Sweet: Investigation of the Effects of Approach-Motivated Anger on the RewP in the Motivated Anger Delay (MAD) Paradigm. Human Brain Mapping
Threadgill AH, Wilhelm RA, Zagdsuren B, et al. (2020) Frontal asymmetry: A novel biomarker for physical activity and sedentary behavior. Psychophysiology. e13633
Hunter Threadgill A, Gable PA. (2018) Intertrial Variability in Emotive Reactions to Approach-Motivated Positive Pictures Predicts Attentional Narrowing: The Role of Individual Differences. Biological Psychology
Threadgill AH, Gable PA. (2018) Negative affect varying in motivational intensity influences scope of memory. Cognition & Emotion. 1-14
Hunter Threadgill A, Gable PA. (2018) Resting beta activation and trait motivation: Neurophysiological markers of motivated motor-action preparation. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Threadgill AH, Gable PA. (2017) The sweetness of successful goal pursuit: Approach-motivated pregoal states enhance the reward positivity during goal pursuit. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Gable PA, Neal LB, Threadgill AH. (2017) Regulatory behavior and frontal activity: Considering the role of revised-BIS in relative right frontal asymmetry. Psychophysiology
Threadgill AH, Gable PA. (2016) Approach-motivated pregoal states enhance the reward positivity. Psychophysiology
Gable PA, Threadgill AH, Adams DL. (2015) Neural activity underlying motor-action preparation and cognitive narrowing in approach-motivated goal states. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
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