Positions

Selected Publications

Academic Article

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2021 Sex-related Differences in Stress Reactivity and Cingulum White MatterNeuroscience.  459:118-128. 2021
2021 Slow Wave Sleep and EEG Delta Spectral Power are Associated with Cognitive Function in Parkinson's DiseaseJournal of Parkinson's Disease.  11:703-714. 2021
2020 Reply to: Exercise for “Sleep Rehabilitation” in Parkinson's DiseaseMovement Disorders.  35:1286. 2020
2020 Randomized, Controlled Trial of Exercise on Objective and Subjective Sleep in Parkinson's DiseaseMovement Disorders.  35:947-958. 2020
2019 Negative life experiences contribute to racial differences in the neural response to threatNeuroImage.  202. 2019
2019 Amygdala and Prefrontal Cortex Activity Varies with Individual Differences in the Emotional Response to Psychosocial StressBehavioral Neuroscience.  133:203-211. 2019
2018 Psychosocial stress reactivity is associated with decreased whole-brain network efficiency and increased amygdala centrality.Behavioral Neuroscience.  132:561-572. 2018
2018 Trauma exposure acutely alters neural function during Pavlovian fear conditioningCortex.  109:1-13. 2018
2018 Anticipatory stress associated with functional magnetic resonance imaging: Implications for psychosocial stress researchInternational Journal of Psychophysiology.  125:35-41. 2018
2017 High-intensity exercise acutely increases substantia nigra and prefrontal brain activity in parkinson’s disease 2017
2017 Pedestrian safety in patients with Parkinson's disease: A case-control studyMovement Disorders.  32:1748-1755. 2017
2017 Glutamate/glutamine concentrations in the dorsal anterior cingulate vary with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder symptomsJournal of Psychiatric Research.  91:169-176. 2017
2016 Neural mechanisms of human temporal fear conditioningNeurobiology of Learning and Memory.  136:97-104. 2016
2016 Prefrontal cortex activity is associated with biobehavioral components of the stress responseFrontiers in Human Neuroscience.  10. 2016
2016 Exploring the neurocircuitry underpinning predictability of threat in soldiers with PTSD compared to deployment exposed controlsOpen Neuroimaging Journal.  10:111-124. 2016
2015 Affective state and locus of control modulate the neural response to threatNeuroImage.  121:217-226. 2015
2015 Controllability modulates the neural response to predictable but not unpredictable threat in humansNeuroImage.  119:371-381. 2015
2015 Influence of early life stress on intra- and extra-amygdaloid causal connectivityNeuropsychopharmacology.  40:1782-1793. 2015
2014 Threat-related learning relies on distinct dorsal prefrontal cortex network connectivityNeuroImage.  102:904-912. 2014
2014 The amygdala mediates the emotional modulation of threat-elicited skin conductance responseEmotion.  14:693-700. 2014
2013 Human trace fear conditioning: Right-lateralized cortical activity supports trace-interval processes 2013
2013 Neural substrates underlying learning-related changes of the unconditioned fear responseOpen Neuroimaging Journal.  7:41-52. 2013
2012 Neural mechanisms underlying the conditioned diminution of the unconditioned fear responseNeuroImage.  60:787-799. 2012
2011 Investigating the neural mechanisms of aware and unaware fear memory with FMRI.Journal of Visualized Experiments2011
2011 Conditioned diminution of the unconditioned skin conductance responseBehavioral Neuroscience.  125:626-631. 2011
2011 Investigating the neural mechanisms of aware and unaware fear memory with fMRIJournal of Visualized Experiments2011
2008 Role of glutamate in schizophrenia: Integrating excitatory avenues of research 2008
2005 Sensory and cognitive factors influencing functional ability in older adults 2005
Exploring the neurocircuitry underpinning predictability of threat in soldiers with PTSD compared to deployment exposed controls

Chapter

Year Title Altmetric
2016 Anticipation and the neural response to threat.  219-228. 2016

Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Neuroscience, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2013
  • Bachelor of Science or Mathematics in Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2007
  • Full Name

  • Kimberly Wood