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Elizabeth Riley
Elizabeth Riley
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Dopaminergic control of anxiety in young and aged zebrafish
V Kacprzak, NA Patel, E Riley, L Yu, JRJ Yeh, IV Zhdanova
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 157, 1-8, 2017
792017
Gender differences in sustained attentional control relate to gender inequality across countries
E Riley, H Okabe, L Germine, J Wilmer, M Esterman, J DeGutis
PloS one 11 (11), e0165100, 2016
592016
Time-of-day variation in sustained attentional control
E Riley, M Esterman, FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis
Chronobiology international 34 (7), 993-1001, 2017
512017
Clinically significant cognitive dysfunction in OEF/OIF/OND veterans: Prevalence and clinical associations.
E Riley, A Mitko, A Stumps, M Robinson, W Milberg, R McGlinchey, ...
Neuropsychology 33 (4), 534, 2019
502019
Estimates of locus coeruleus function with functional magnetic resonance imaging are influenced by localization approaches and the use of multi-echo data
HB Turker, E Riley, WM Luh, SJ Colcombe, KM Swallow
NeuroImage 236, 118047, 2021
272021
Grounding the attentional boost effect in events and the efficient brain
KM Swallow, AW Broitman, E Riley, HB Turker
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 892416, 2022
232022
Target detection increases pupil diameter and enhances memory for background scenes during multi-tasking
KM Swallow, YV Jiang, EB Riley
Scientific reports 9 (1), 5255, 2019
232019
Prenatal and acute cocaine exposure affects neural responses and habituation to visual stimuli
IZ Elizabeth Riley, Konstantin Kopotiyenko
Frontiers in Neural Circuits 9, 41, 2015
162015
Prenatal cocaine exposure disrupts the dopaminergic system and its postnatal responses to cocaine
E Riley, V Maymi, S Pawlyszyn, L Yu, IV Zhdanova
Genes, Brain and Behavior 17 (4), e12436, 2018
82018
Correction: gender differences in sustained attentional control relate to gender inequality across countries
E Riley, H Okabe, L Germine, J Wilmer, M Esterman, J DeGutis
Plos one 12 (1), e0170876, 2017
72017
Nonlinear changes in pupillary attentional orienting responses across the lifespan
E Riley, H Turker, D Wang, KM Swallow, AK Anderson, E De Rosa
GeroScience 46 (1), 1017-1033, 2024
12024
Potential regulation of cerebral blood flow by the basal forebrain
Z Zhang, E Riley, AK Anderson, ED DeRosa, W Dai
Proc. Int. Soc. Magn. Reson. Med. 29, 5469, 2022
12022
Taking twelve slow breaths enhances cardiovascular and cognitive plasticity in young and older adults.
C Cammarata, N Zhou, RD Markello, E Riley, AK Anderson, E De Rosa, ...
OSF, 2024
2024
Locus coeruleus hyperactivity in middle age may be associated with better cognitive performance
E Riley, K Swallow, A Anderson, E De Rosa
Alzheimer's & Dementia 19, e082666, 2023
2023
Locus coeruleus neuromelanin accumulation and dissipation across the lifespan
E Riley, N Cicero, K Swallow, E De Rosa, A Anderson
bioRxiv, 2023
2023
Attention-dependent coupling with forebrain and brainstem neuromodulatory nuclei changes across the lifespan
NG Cicero, E Riley, KM Swallow, E De Rosa, A Anderson
bioRxiv, 2023
2023
Community research liaison role in increasing participation of African Americans in cognitive research: A case study
SA Brangman, K Royal, C Dillenbeck, S McNamara, N Smith, E De Rosa, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 19, e062941, 2023
2023
Locus Coeruleus BOLD Activity is Reduced in Older Adults and Associated with Changes in Attention and Memory
E Riley, N Cicero, KM Swallow, AK Anderson, E De Rosa
SSRN, 2023
2023
Effects of cocaine on visual processing in zebrafish
E Riley
Boston University, 2015
2015
Multimodal evidence for the use of pupillary responses for evaluating cognitive aging in locus coeruleus
E Riley, N Cicero, H Turker, K Swallow, E De Rosa, A Anderson
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