M. Mclean Sammon

M. Mclean Sammon
Oberlin College · Department of Neuroscience

Bachelor of Arts

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Performance on an emotional stop-signal task designed to assess emotional response inhibition has been associated with Negative Urgency and psychopathology, particularly self-injurious behaviors. Indeed, difficulty inhibiting prepotent negative responses to aversive stimuli on the emotional stop-signal task (i.e. poor negative emotional response in...
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People rapidly and spontaneously form trustworthiness impressions based on facial appearance. Studies using functional magnetic resonance imaging find that activity in the amygdala and other brain regions tracks with face trustworthiness, even when participants are not explicitly asked to judge face trustworthiness. The current study investigated w...
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Validation of the Emotional Stop Signal Task. The ESST serves as an objective measure of emotion dysregulation, eschewing the need to rely on potentially biased self-report measures.
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People are better at recognizing familiar versus unfamiliar faces. The current study investigated whether familiarity would lead to a larger face individuation response as measured via fast periodic visual stimulation (FPVS). While electroencephalography (EEG) was recorded, participants viewed oddball sequences of faces made up of more versus less...
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Eating disorder (ED) symptoms often co-occur with non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). This comorbidity is consistent with evidence that trait negative urgency increases risk for both of these phenomena. We previously found that impaired late-stage negative emotional response inhibition (i.e., negative emotional action termination or NEAT) might repres...
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Eating disorder (ED) symptoms often co-occur with nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). This comorbidity is consistent with evidence that trait negative urgency increases risk for both of these phenomena. We previously found that impaired late-stage negative emotional response inhibition (i.e., negative emotional action termination or NEAT) might represe...

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Archived project
Examine the independent and interactive effects of emotion reactivity (measured in multiple modalities) and incentive sensitivity to determine whether these factors additively contribute to the classification of specific forms of psychopathology. This project involves secondary analyses across several combined datasets including diverse clinical and non-clinical populations.
Archived project
To examine the role of socially evaluative feedback (e.g., criticism) from various sources (e.g., maternal, peer) on value-based decision-making, and how neurobehavioral response patterns relate to self-injurious thoughts and behaviors.