Gabriel S. Dichter
Gabriel S. Dichter
Professor, Department of Psychiarty, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine
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fMRI of alterations in reward selection, anticipation, and feedback in major depressive disorder
MJ Smoski, J Felder, J Bizzell, SR Green, M Ernst, TR Lynch, GS Dichter
Journal of affective disorders 118 (1-3), 69-78, 2009
Dynamic resting-state functional connectivity in major depression
RH Kaiser, S Whitfield-Gabrieli, DG Dillon, F Goer, M Beltzer, J Minkel, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 41 (7), 1822-1830, 2016
Reward circuitry dysfunction in psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders and genetic syndromes: animal models and clinical findings
GS Dichter, CA Damiano, JA Allen
Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders 4, 1-43, 2012
The effects of psychotherapy on neural responses to rewards in major depression
GS Dichter, JN Felder, C Petty, J Bizzell, M Ernst, MJ Smoski
Biological psychiatry 66 (9), 886-897, 2009
A systematic review of relations between resting-state functional-MRI and treatment response in major depressive disorder
GS Dichter, D Gibbs, MJ Smoski
Journal of affective disorders 172, 8-17, 2015
Dopamine transmission in the human striatum during monetary reward tasks
DH Zald, I Boileau, W El-Dearedy, R Gunn, F McGlone, GS Dichter, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (17), 4105-4112, 2004
SPARK: A US cohort of 50,000 families to accelerate autism research
P Feliciano, AM Daniels, LAG Snyder, A Beaumont, A Camba, A Esler, ...
Neuron 97 (3), 488-493, 2018
Reward circuitry function in autism spectrum disorders
GS Dichter, JN Felder, SR Green, AM Rittenberg, NJ Sasson, JW Bodfish
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 7 (2), 160-172, 2012
Reward circuitry function in autism during face anticipation and outcomes
GS Dichter, JA Richey, AM Rittenberg, A Sabatino, JW Bodfish
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 42, 147-160, 2012
Social-cognitive, physiological, and neural mechanisms underlying emotion regulation impairments: Understanding anxiety in autism spectrum disorder
SW White, CA Mazefsky, GS Dichter, PH Chiu, JA Richey, TH Ollendick
International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 39, 22-36, 2014
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of autism spectrum disorders
GS Dichter
Dialogues in clinical neuroscience 14 (3), 319-351, 2012
Brief report: Feasibility of social cognition and interaction training for adults with high functioning autism
LM Turner-Brown, TD Perry, GS Dichter, JW Bodfish, DL Penn
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 38, 1777-1784, 2008
The neural circuitry mediating shifts in behavioral response and cognitive set in autism
KM Shafritz, GS Dichter, GT Baranek, A Belger
Biological psychiatry 63 (10), 974-980, 2008
Unipolar depression does not moderate responses to the Sweet Taste Test
GS Dichter, MJ Smoski, AB Kampov‐Polevoy, R Gallop, JC Garbutt
Depression and anxiety 27 (9), 859-863, 2010
Brief report: Circumscribed attention in young children with autism
NJ Sasson, JT Elison, LM Turner-Brown, GS Dichter, JW Bodfish
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 41, 242-247, 2011
Phenomenology and measurement of circumscribed interests in autism spectrum disorders
LM Turner-Brown, KSL Lam, TN Holtzclaw, GS Dichter, JW Bodfish
Autism 15 (4), 437-456, 2011
Resting frontal brain activity: linkages to maternal depression and socio-economic status among adolescents
AJ Tomarken, GS Dichter, J Garber, C Simien
Biological psychology 67 (1-2), 77-102, 2004
Exome sequencing of 457 autism families recruited online provides evidence for autism risk genes
P Feliciano, X Zhou, I Astrovskaya, TN Turner, T Wang, L Brueggeman, ...
NPJ genomic medicine 4 (1), 19, 2019
Remitted major depression is characterized by reward network hyperactivation during reward anticipation and hypoactivation during reward outcomes
GS Dichter, RV Kozink, FJ McClernon, MJ Smoski
Journal of affective disorders 136 (3), 1126-1134, 2012
Early‐and late‐onset startle modulation in unipolar depression
GS Dichter, AJ Tomarken, RC Shelton, SK Sutton
Psychophysiology 41 (3), 433-440, 2004
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