Thomas E. Kraynak
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Interoception and mental health: a roadmap
SS Khalsa, R Adolphs, OG Cameron, HD Critchley, PW Davenport, ...
Biological psychiatry: cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging 3 (6), 501-513, 2018
Cardiovascular and autonomic reactivity to psychological stress: Neurophysiological substrates and links to cardiovascular disease
AT Ginty, TE Kraynak, JP Fisher, PJ Gianaros
Autonomic Neuroscience 207, 2-9, 2017
Functional neuroanatomy of peripheral inflammatory physiology: a meta-analysis of human neuroimaging studies
TE Kraynak, AL Marsland, TD Wager, PJ Gianaros
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 94, 76-92, 2018
Parsing heterogeneity in the brain connectivity of depressed and healthy adults during positive mood
RB Price, S Lane, K Gates, TE Kraynak, MS Horner, ME Thase, GJ Siegle
Biological psychiatry 81 (4), 347-357, 2017
Functional MRI can be highly reliable, but it depends on what you measure: A commentary on Elliott et al.(2020)
PA Kragel, X Han, TE Kraynak, PJ Gianaros, TD Wager
Psychological Science 32 (4), 622-626, 2021
Systemic inflammation and resting state connectivity of the default mode network
AL Marsland, DCH Kuan, LK Sheu, K Krajina, TE Kraynak, SB Manuck, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 62, 162-170, 2017
Data-driven subgroups in depression derived from directed functional connectivity paths at rest
RB Price, K Gates, TE Kraynak, ME Thase, GJ Siegle
Neuropsychopharmacology 42 (13), 2623-2632, 2017
Neural mechanisms linking emotion with cardiovascular disease
TE Kraynak, AL Marsland, PJ Gianaros
Current cardiology reports 20, 1-10, 2018
Common prefrontal regions activate during self-control of craving, emotion, and motor impulses in smokers
G Tabibnia, JD Creswell, TE Kraynak, C Westbrook, E Julson, HA Tindle
Clinical Psychological Science 2 (5), 611-619, 2014
Retrospectively reported childhood physical abuse, systemic inflammation, and resting corticolimbic connectivity in midlife adults
TE Kraynak, AL Marsland, JL Hanson, PJ Gianaros
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 82, 203-213, 2019
Affective brain patterns as multivariate neural correlates of cardiovascular disease risk
PJ Gianaros, TE Kraynak, DCH Kuan, JJ Gross, K McRae, AR Hariri, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 15 (10), 1034-1045, 2020
Ventromedial prefrontal cortex connectivity during and after psychological stress in women
AT Ginty, TE Kraynak, DC Kuan, PJ Gianaros
Psychophysiology 56 (11), e13445, 2019
Multivariate brain activity while viewing and reappraising affective scenes does not predict the multiyear progression of preclinical atherosclerosis in otherwise healthy …
PJ Gianaros, J Rasero, CM DuPont, TE Kraynak, JJ Gross, K McRae, ...
Affective Science 3 (2), 406-424, 2022
Similarity in evoked responses does not imply similarity in macroscopic network states
J Rasero, R Betzel, AI Sentis, TE Kraynak, PJ Gianaros, T Verstynen
Network Neuroscience, 1-20, 2024
A systems identification approach using Bayes factors to deconstruct the brain bases of emotion regulation
K Bo, TE Kraynak, M Kwon, M Sun, PJ Gianaros, TD Wager
Nature Neuroscience, 1-13, 2024
Subjective Social Status and Longitudinal Changes in Systemic Inflammation
EJ Jones, AL Marsland, TE Kraynak, E Votruba-Drzal, PJ Gianaros
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 57 (11), 951-964, 2023
Pathways linking hypertension and depression with mild cognitive impairment in older adults
TE Kraynak, C Andreescu
International Psychogeriatrics 34 (6), 515-517, 2022
Exploring the multiverse: the impact of researchers’ analytic decisions on relationships between depression and inflammatory markers
M Rengasamy, D Moriarity, T Kraynak, B Tervo-Clemmens, R Price
Neuropsychopharmacology 48 (10), 1465-1474, 2023
Stressor-evoked brain activity, cardiovascular reactivity, and subclinical atherosclerosis in midlife adults.
J Rasero, TD Verstynen, CM DuPont, TE Kraynak, E Barinas-Mitchell, ...
medRxiv, 2024.02. 05.24302236, 2024
Neuroimaging in health psychology: Methods, concepts, and applications
JK MacCormack, PJ Gianaros, TE Kraynak
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