Muriah Wheelock

University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
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Harnett NG, Wheelock MD, Wood KH, et al. (2019) Negative life experiences contribute to racial differences in the neural response to threat. Neuroimage. 116086
Orem TR, Wheelock MD, Goodman AM, et al. (2019) Amygdala and prefrontal cortex activity varies with individual differences in the emotional response to psychosocial stress. Behavioral Neuroscience. 133: 203-211
Wheelock MD, Rangaprakash D, Harnett NG, et al. (2018) Psychosocial stress reactivity is associated with decreased whole-brain network efficiency and increased amygdala centrality. Behavioral Neuroscience
Harnett NG, Ference EW, Wood KH, et al. (2018) Trauma exposure acutely alters neural function during Pavlovian fear conditioning. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 109: 1-13
Goodman AM, Harnett NG, Wheelock MD, et al. (2018) Anticipatory prefrontal cortex activity underlies stress-induced changes in Pavlovian fear conditioning. Neuroimage
Gossett EW, Wheelock MD, Goodman AM, et al. (2018) Anticipatory stress associated with functional magnetic resonance imaging: Implications for psychosocial stress research. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Wheelock MD, Harnett NG, Wood KH, et al. (2016) Prefrontal Cortex Activity Is Associated with Biobehavioral Components of the Stress Response. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10: 583
Dretsch MN, Wood KH, Daniel TA, et al. (2016) Exploring the Neurocircuitry Underpinning Predictability of Threat in Soldiers with PTSD Compared to Deployment Exposed Controls. The Open Neuroimaging Journal. 10: 111-124
Goodman AM, Wheelock MD, Harnett NG, et al. (2016) The hippocampal response to psychosocial stress varies with salivary uric acid level. Neuroscience
Harnett NG, Shumen JR, Wagle PA, et al. (2016) Neural mechanisms of human temporal fear conditioning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 136: 97-104
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