Her primary scientific interests are in Electroencephalography, Cognitive psychology, Neuroscience, Major depressive disorder and Developmental psychology. Her work deals with themes such as Arousal, Affect and Stroop effect, which intersect with Cognitive psychology. Her work in the fields of Neuroscience, such as Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and Prefrontal cortex, overlaps with other areas such as Task.
Her research on Major depressive disorder often connects related topics like Audiology. Her Developmental psychology research focuses on subjects like Eeg asymmetry, which are linked to Electromyography, Frontal asymmetry and Young adult. Her Depression research integrates issues from Frontal lobe and Endophenotype.
Her primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Audiology and Developmental psychology. The Clinical psychology study which covers Cannabis that intersects with Cue reactivity. Her research integrates issues of Arousal, Perception, Psychopathology, Mood and Depression in her study of Anxiety.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Insula, Addiction and Stimulant in addition to Functional magnetic resonance imaging. Her studies in Audiology integrate themes in fields like Inferior frontal gyrus, Psychiatry, Frontal lobe, Electroencephalography and Brain mapping. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Affect and Stroop effect.
Jennifer L. Stewart mostly deals with Anxiety, Clinical psychology, Interoception, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Substance abuse. Jennifer L. Stewart has researched Anxiety in several fields, including Audiology, Psychopathology, Mood and Major depressive disorder, Depression. Her work in Audiology addresses subjects such as Anxiety sensitivity, which are connected to disciplines such as Sensation.
Her research in the fields of Substance use overlaps with other disciplines such as Injury prevention. Her Functional magnetic resonance imaging study improves the overall literature in Neuroscience. Jennifer L. Stewart interconnects Biomarker and Addiction in the investigation of issues within Substance abuse.
Jennifer L. Stewart mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Neuroscience, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Anxiety and Heartbeat. In her research on the topic of Clinical psychology, Active learning and Nucleus accumbens is strongly related with Cannabis. In general Neuroscience, her work in Craving and Cognitive behavioral therapy is often linked to Monoaminergic and Contingency management linking many areas of study.
Her Functional magnetic resonance imaging research focuses on Insula and how it connects with Stimulant, Stimulus and Addiction. Her Anxiety study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Perception, Eating disorders, Psychopathology, Inference and Depression. Many of her studies on Psychopathology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Cognitive psychology.
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The time course of activity in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulate cortex during top-down attentional control
Rebecca Levin Silton;Wendy Heller;David N. Towers;Anna S. Engels.
Interoception and drug addiction.
Martin P. Paulus;Jennifer L. Stewart.
EMOTION-MODULATED PERFORMANCE AND ACTIVITY IN LEFT DORSOLATERAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX
John D. Herrington;Aprajita Mohanty;Nancy S. Koven;Joscelyn E. Fisher.
Time Course of Attentional Bias in Anxiety: Emotion and Gender Specificity
Sarah M. Sass;Wendy Heller;Jennifer L. Stewart;Rebecca Levin Silton.
Resting frontal EEG asymmetry as an endophenotype for depression risk: sex-specific patterns of frontal brain asymmetry.
Jennifer L. Stewart;Andrew W. Bismark;David N. Towers;James A. Coan.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2010)
Assessing and conceptualizing frontal EEG asymmetry: An updated primer on recording, processing, analyzing, and interpreting frontal alpha asymmetry.
Ezra E. Smith;Samantha J. Reznik;Jennifer L. Stewart;John J.B. Allen.
International Journal of Psychophysiology (2017)
Resting and task-elicited prefrontal EEG alpha asymmetry in depression: support for the capability model.
Jennifer L. Stewart;James A. Coan;David N. Towers;John J. B. Allen.
Prefrontal Cortex, Emotion, and Approach/Withdrawal Motivation
Jeffrey M. Spielberg;Jennifer L. Stewart;Rebecca L. Levin;Gregory A. Miller.
Social and Personality Psychology Compass (2008)
Frontal EEG asymmetry during emotional challenge differentiates individuals with and without lifetime major depressive disorder
Jennifer L. Stewart;Jennifer L. Stewart;James A. Coan;David N. Towers;John J.B. Allen.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2011)
Attentional Bias to Negative Emotion as a Function of Approach and Withdrawal Anger Styles: An ERP Investigation
Jennifer L. Stewart;Jennifer L. Stewart;Rebecca Levin Silton;Rebecca Levin Silton;Sarah M. Sass;Joscelyn E. Fisher;Joscelyn E. Fisher.
International Journal of Psychophysiology (2010)
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