Her main research concerns Neuroscience, Cognition, Brain mapping, Developmental psychology and Resting state fMRI. Her Neuroscience research incorporates themes from Pediatric imaging and Nosology. Her Cognition research includes themes of Life course approach and Generalizability theory.
The Brain mapping study combines topics in areas such as Major depressive disorder, Reliability, Machine learning and Hippocampus. Her work deals with themes such as Rumination, Insular cortex, Default mode network and Neuropsychology, which intersect with Developmental psychology. Moriah E. Thomason has researched Resting state fMRI in several fields, including Neurocognitive, Precuneus, Prefrontal cortex and Cognitive neuroscience.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Neuroscience, Resting state fMRI, Developmental psychology, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Fetus. Her work is connected to Human brain, Prefrontal cortex, Brain mapping, Connectome and Cognition, as a part of Neuroscience. Her Resting state fMRI study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hippocampal formation, Nerve net, Default mode network and Cortex.
Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Psychopathology, Amygdala, Neuropsychology and Anxiety. Her research in Functional magnetic resonance imaging intersects with topics in Substantia nigra, Mood, Sensory cue, Neuroimaging and Convolutional neural network. Her work on In utero as part of general Fetus study is frequently linked to Functional connectivity, Posterior cingulate and Obstetrics, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her primary areas of investigation include Fetus, Physiology, Human brain, Clinical psychology and Functional connectivity. When carried out as part of a general Fetus research project, her work on In utero is frequently linked to work in Neuroscience, Toddler, Body mass index and Network connectivity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her study brings together the fields of Psychopathology and Neuroscience.
Her Physiology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Resting state fMRI, Prefrontal cortex and Risk factor. The concepts of her Human brain study are interwoven with issues in Younger age, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Convolutional neural network and Cortisol level. Her work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as Psychosocial and Mental health.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Neuroscience, Fetus, Risk assessment, Human factors and ergonomics and Longitudinal study. Her Neuroscience research incorporates themes from Younger age and Convolutional neural network. Moriah E. Thomason integrates many fields in her works, including Fetus, Similar distribution, Network connectivity, Brain network, Relevance and Brain development.
Risk assessment is intertwined with Baseline, Developmental psychology, Injury prevention and Anticipation in her research.
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Immature frontal lobe contributions to cognitive control in children: evidence from fMRI.
Silvia A. Bunge;Nicole M. Dudukovic;Moriah E. Thomason;Chandan J. Vaidya.
Default-mode and task-positive network activity in major depressive disorder: implications for adaptive and maladaptive rumination.
J. Paul Hamilton;Daniella J. Furman;Catie Chang;Moriah E. Thomason.
Biological Psychiatry (2011)
Investigating neural primacy in Major Depressive Disorder: multivariate Granger causality analysis of resting-state fMRI time-series data.
J P Hamilton;G Chen;M E Thomason;M E Schwartz.
Molecular Psychiatry (2011)
Diffusion imaging, white matter, and psychopathology.
Moriah E. Thomason;Paul M. Thompson.
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (2011)
Unraveling the Miswired Connectome: A Developmental Perspective
Adriana Di Martino;Damien A. Fair;Clare Kelly;Theodore D. Satterthwaite.
Development of spatial and verbal working memory capacity in the human brain
Moriah E. Thomason;Elizabeth Race;Brittany Burrows;Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2009)
Brain activation to emotional words in depressed vs healthy subjects.
Turhan Canli;Heidi Sivers;Moriah E Thomason;Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli.
Childhood Trauma Exposure Disrupts the Automatic Regulation of Emotional Processing
Hilary A Marusak;Kayla R Martin;Amit Etkin;Moriah E Thomason.
Amygdala reactivity to emotional faces predicts improvement in major depression.
Turhan Canli;Rebecca E. Cooney;Philippe Goldin;Maulik Shah.
Breath holding reveals differences in fMRI BOLD signal in children and adults.
Moriah E. Thomason;Brittany E. Burrows;John D.E. Gabrieli;Gary H. Glover.
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