2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
Her primary areas of investigation include Neuroscience, Amygdala, Cognition, Facial expression and Prefrontal cortex. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychosis and Schizophrenia in addition to Neuroscience. Her Amygdala research incorporates elements of Hippocampus, Arousal, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Thalamus.
She combines subjects such as Anxiety, Cognitive psychology, Audiology and Electroencephalography with her study of Cognition. Her work carried out in the field of Facial expression brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology, Visual search, Perception and Stimulus. Her studies deal with areas such as Extinction, Visual cortex and Limbic system as well as Prefrontal cortex.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cognition, Clinical psychology, Neuroscience, Psychiatry and Depression. Leanne M. Williams interconnects Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology, Audiology and Electroencephalography in the investigation of issues within Cognition. As a part of the same scientific family, Leanne M. Williams mostly works in the field of Audiology, focusing on Psychosis and, on occasion, First episode.
Her Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Major depressive disorder and Anxiety. Her work in Amygdala, Prefrontal cortex, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Brain mapping and Arousal are all subfields of Neuroscience research. Her Amygdala research integrates issues from Anterior cingulate cortex, Hippocampus and Functional imaging.
Her main research concerns Depression, Cognition, Clinical psychology, Anxiety and Major depressive disorder. Her Depression study is associated with Psychiatry. Leanne M. Williams has researched Cognition in several fields, including Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Audiology and Salience.
The various areas that Leanne M. Williams examines in her Clinical psychology study include Cognitive behavioral therapy and Generalizability theory. In her research on the topic of Major depressive disorder, Oncology is strongly related with Internal medicine. Her Default mode network study introduces a deeper knowledge of Neuroscience.
Leanne M. Williams focuses on Major depressive disorder, Depression, Cognition, Antidepressant and Default mode network. Her studies in Major depressive disorder integrate themes in fields like Escitalopram, Orbitofrontal cortex, Anxiety, Internal medicine and Sertraline. Her Anxiety research is included under the broader classification of Psychiatry.
Her Depression research incorporates themes from Body mass index, Physical therapy, Intervention and Clinical psychology. Within one scientific family, Leanne M. Williams focuses on topics pertaining to Functional magnetic resonance imaging under Cognition, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Audiology. Her Default mode network study is concerned with the larger field of Neuroscience.
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A direct brainstem–amygdala–cortical ‘alarm’ system for subliminal signals of fear
Belinda J. Liddell;Kerri J. Brown;Andrew H. Kemp;Matthew J. Barton.
Interactions between BDNF Val66Met polymorphism and early life stress predict brain and arousal pathways to syndromal depression and anxiety
J. M. Gatt;Charles Nemeroff;C. Dobson-Stone;C. Dobson-Stone;C. Dobson-Stone;R. H. Paul.
Molecular Psychiatry (2009)
Synchronous Gamma activity: a review and contribution to an integrative neuroscience model of schizophrenia
Kwang-Hyuk Lee;Leanne M. Williams;Michael Breakspear;Evian Gordon.
Brain Research Reviews (2003)
Early Life Stress and Morphometry of the Adult Anterior Cingulate Cortex and Caudate Nuclei
Ronald A. Cohen;Stuart Grieve;Karin F. Hoth;Robert H. Paul.
Biological Psychiatry (2006)
Small‐world properties of nonlinear brain activity in schizophrenia
Mikail Rubinov;Stuart A. Knock;Cornelis J. Stam;Sifis Micheloyannis.
Human Brain Mapping (2009)
Trauma modulates amygdala and medial prefrontal responses to consciously attended fear
Leanne M. Williams;Andrew H. Kemp;Andrew H. Kemp;Andrew H. Kemp;Kim Felmingham;Kim Felmingham;Matthew J. Barton.
Face to face: visual scanpath evidence for abnormal processing of facial expressions in social phobia.
Kaye Horley;Kaye Horley;Leanne M Williams;Leanne M Williams;Craig Gonsalvez;Evian Gordon;Evian Gordon.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (2004)
Cognitive Aging, Executive Function, and Fractional Anisotropy: A Diffusion Tensor MR Imaging Study
S.M. Grieve;L.M. Williams;R.H. Paul;C.R. Clark.
American Journal of Neuroradiology (2007)
Causal interactions between fronto-parietal central executive and default-mode networks in humans
Ashley C. Chen;Desmond J. Oathes;Catie Chang;Travis Bradley.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
The Mellow Years?: Neural Basis of Improving Emotional Stability over Age
Leanne M. Williams;Kerri J. Brown;Donna Palmer;Belinda J. Liddell.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2006)
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