Halle Rose Dimsdale-Zucker

Halle Rose Dimsdale-Zucker
University of California, Davis | UCD

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In order to determine if highly negative stigma is a more salient cue than other negative emotional, non-stigmatized cues, participants underwent EEG while passively viewing or actively regulating their emotional response to images of highly negative stigmatized (e.g., homeless individuals, substance abusers), or highly negative non-stigmatized (e....
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The award of the Nobel Prize to Professors John O'Keefe, May-Britt Moser, and Edvard Moser brings global recognition to one of the most significant success stories in modern neuroscience. Here, we consider how their findings, along with related studies of spatial cognition in rodents, have informed our understanding of the human hippocampus. Rather...
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Memory for emotional experiences often persists longer than memory for neutral experiences. The present study examined how encoding processes influence memory retention across 0.5- or 24-h delays and whether these processes differ between emotionally arousing and neutral information. Participants encoded items during an fMRI scan. Immediately follo...