Regina Marie Sullivan

Emotional Brain Institute NKI, NYU, Orangeburg, NY, United States 
"Regina Sullivan"
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East BS, Fleming G, Vervoordt S, et al. (2021) Basolateral amygdala to posterior piriform cortex connectivity ensures precision in learned odor threat. Scientific Reports. 11: 21746
Opendak M, Raineki C, Perry RE, et al. (2021) Bidirectional control of infant rat social behavior via dopaminergic innervation of the basolateral amygdala. Neuron
Packard K, Opendak M, Soper CD, et al. (2021) Infant Attachment and Social Modification of Stress Neurobiology. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 15: 718198
Carcea I, Caraballo NL, Marlin BJ, et al. (2021) Oxytocin neurons enable social transmission of maternal behaviour. Nature
Perry RE, Braren SH, Opendak M, et al. (2020) Elevated infant cortisol is necessary but not sufficient for transmission of environmental risk to infant social development: Cross-species evidence of mother-infant physiological social transmission. Development and Psychopathology. 32: 1696-1714
Sullivan RM, Opendak M. (2020) Neurobiology of Infant Fear and Anxiety: Impacts of Delayed Amygdala Development and Attachment Figure Quality. Biological Psychiatry
Sullivan RM, Opendak M. (2020) Defining Immediate Effects of Sensitive Periods on Infant Neurobehavioral Function. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 36: 106-114
Opendak M, Theisen E, Blomkvist A, et al. (2020) Adverse caregiving in infancy blunts neural processing of the mother. Nature Communications. 11: 1119
Woo J, Opendak M, Sullivan R. (2020) Consolidation of Adverse Memories is Differentially Modulated by MTOR and ERK Across Development Biological Psychiatry. 87
Opendak M, Theisein E, Blomkvist A, et al. (2020) Adverse Caregiving in Infancy Blunts Neural Processing of the Mother: Translating Across Species Biological Psychiatry. 87
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