Julia C Basso

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, United States 
Mind-body-movement; health behaviors
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Joan Morrell grad student 2007-2012 Rutgers, New Brunswick
Wendy Suzuki post-doc 2012-2017 NYU
Warren K. Bickel research scientist 2018- Virginia Tech
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Satyal MK, Basso JC, Wilding H, et al. (2023) Examining neurobehavioral differences that support success in recovery from alcohol and other substance use disorders. Journal of Substance Use and Addiction Treatment. 148: 209007
Lynn S, Satyal MK, Smith AJ, et al. (2022) Dispositional mindfulness and its relationship to exercise motivation and experience. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living. 4: 934657
Basso JC, Oberlin DJ, Satyal MK, et al. (2022) Examining the Effect of Increased Aerobic Exercise in Moderately Fit Adults on Psychological State and Cognitive Function. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 16: 833149
Athamneh LN, Freitas-Lemos R, Basso JC, et al. (2022) The phenotype of recovery VI: The association between life-history strategies, delay discounting, and maladaptive health and financial behaviors among individuals in recovery from alcohol use disorders. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 46: 129-140
Basso JC, Satyal MK, Athamneh L, et al. (2021) Changes in temporal discounting, hedonic hunger, and food addiction during recovery from substance misuse. Appetite. 169: 105834
Bickel WK, Freitas-Lemos R, Tomlinson DC, et al. (2021) Temporal Discounting as a Candidate Behavioral Marker of Obesity. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Satyal MK, Basso JC, Tegge AN, et al. (2021) A novel model of obesity prediction: Neurobehaviors as targets for treatment. Behavioral Neuroscience. 135: 426-442
Turner JK, Athamneh LN, Basso JC, et al. (2021) The Phenotype of Recovery V: Does Delay Discounting Predict the Perceived Risk of Relapse among Individuals in Recovery from Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research
Athamneh LN, Freitas Lemos R, Basso JC, et al. (2020) The phenotype of recovery II: The association between delay discounting, self-reported quality of life, and remission status among individuals in recovery from substance use disorders. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology
Bickel WK, Athamneh LN, Snider SE, et al. (2020) Reinforcer Pathology: Implications for Substance Abuse Intervention. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences
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