Arielle Baskin-Sommers, Ph.D.
Arielle Baskin-Sommers, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Yale University
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Attention moderates the fearlessness of psychopathic offenders
JP Newman, JJ Curtin, JD Bertsch, AR Baskin-Sommers
Biological psychiatry 67 (1), 66-70, 2010
The co-occurrence of substance use and high-risk behaviors
A Baskin-Sommers, I Sommers
Journal of Adolescent health 38 (5), 609-611, 2006
Methamphetamine use among young adults: health and social consequences
I Sommers, D Baskin, A Baskin-Sommers
Addictive behaviors 31 (8), 1469-1476, 2006
Specifying the attentional selection that moderates the fearlessness of psychopathic offenders
AR Baskin-Sommers, JJ Curtin, JP Newman
Psychological science 22 (2), 226-234, 2011
Investigating the neural correlates of psychopathy: a critical review
M Koenigs, A Baskin-Sommers, J Zeier, JP Newman
Molecular psychiatry 16 (8), 792-799, 2011
Image processing and analysis methods for the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study
DJ Hagler Jr, SN Hatton, MD Cornejo, C Makowski, DA Fair, AS Dick, ...
Neuroimage 202, 116091, 2019
Empathy in narcissistic personality disorder: from clinical and empirical perspectives.
A Baskin-Sommers, E Krusemark, E Ronningstam
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 5 (3), 323, 2014
The interplay of attention and emotion: top-down attention modulates amygdala activation in psychopathy
CL Larson, AR Baskin-Sommers, DM Stout, NL Balderston, JJ Curtin, ...
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 13 (4), 757-770, 2013
ENIGMA and global neuroscience: A decade of large-scale studies of the brain in health and disease across more than 40 countries
PM Thompson, N Jahanshad, CRK Ching, LE Salminen, SI Thomopoulos, ...
Translational psychiatry 10 (1), 1-28, 2020
Altering the cognitive-affective dysfunctions of psychopathic and externalizing offender subtypes with cognitive remediation
AR Baskin-Sommers, JJ Curtin, JP Newman
Clinical Psychological Science 3 (1), 45-57, 2015
Early Selective Attention Abnormalities in Psychopathy: Implications for Self-Regulation.
JP Newman, AR Baskin‑Sommers
Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention, 2012
Emotion-modulated startle in psychopathy: clarifying familiar effects.
AR Baskin-Sommers, JJ Curtin, JP Newman
Journal of abnormal psychology 122 (2), 458, 2013
Abnormal reward functioning across substance use disorders and major depressive disorder: Considering reward as a transdiagnostic mechanism
AR Baskin-Sommers, D Foti
International Journal of Psychophysiology 98 (2), 227-239, 2015
Methamphetamine use and violence among young adults
A Baskin-Sommers, I Sommers
Journal of Criminal Justice 34 (6), 661-674, 2006
Neural correlates of substance abuse: reduced functional connectivity between areas underlying reward and cognitive control
JC Motzkin, A Baskin‐Sommers, JP Newman, KA Kiehl, M Koenigs
Human brain mapping 35 (9), 4282-4292, 2014
Changes in distress intolerance and treatment outcome in a partial hospital setting
RK McHugh, SJ Kertz, RB Weiss, AR Baskin-Sommers, BA Hearon, ...
Behavior therapy 45 (2), 232-240, 2014
Clarifying the factors that undermine behavioral inhibition system functioning in psychopathy.
AR Baskin-Sommers, JF Wallace, DG MacCoon, JJ Curtin, JP Newman
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 1 (4), 203, 2010
Internet-vs. telephone-administered questionnaires in a randomized trial of smoking cessation
AL Graham, GD Papandonatos, BC Bock, NK Cobb, A Baskin-Sommers, ...
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 8 (Suppl_1), S49-S57, 2006
Callous-unemotional traits trajectories interact with earlier conduct problems and executive control to predict violence and substance use among high risk male adolescents
AR Baskin-Sommers, R Waller, AM Fish, LW Hyde
Journal of abnormal child psychology 43 (8), 1529-1541, 2015
Time‐frequency theta and delta measures index separable components of feedback processing in a gambling task
EM Bernat, LD Nelson, AR Baskin‐Sommers
Psychophysiology 52 (5), 626-637, 2015
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