Dominic Fareri
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Maternal buffering of human amygdala-prefrontal circuitry during childhood but not during adolescence
DG Gee, L Gabard-Durnam, EH Telzer, KL Humphreys, B Goff, M Shapiro, ...
Psychological science 25 (11), 2067-2078, 2014
1582014
Reward-related processing in the human brain: developmental considerations
DS Fareri, LN Martin, MR Delgado
Development and psychopathology 20 (4), 1191-1211, 2008
1402008
Social network modulation of reward-related signals
DS Fareri, MA Niznikiewicz, VK Lee, MR Delgado
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (26), 9045-9052, 2012
1352012
Race and reputation: perceived racial group trustworthiness influences the neural correlates of trust decisions
DA Stanley, P Sokol-Hessner, DS Fareri, MT Perino, MR Delgado, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
792012
Effects of direct social experience on trust decisions and neural reward circuitry
DS Fareri, LJ Chang, MR Delgado
Frontiers in neuroscience 6, 148, 2012
762012
Computational substrates of social value in interpersonal collaboration
DS Fareri, LJ Chang, MR Delgado
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (21), 8170-8180, 2015
692015
Effects of early life stress on amygdala and striatal development
DS Fareri, N Tottenham
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 19, 233-247, 2016
622016
Social rewards and social networks in the human brain
DS Fareri, MR Delgado
The Neuroscientist 20 (4), 387-402, 2014
522014
Previous institutionalization is followed by broader amygdala–hippocampal–PFC network connectivity during aversive learning in human development
JA Silvers, DS Lumian, L Gabard-Durnam, DG Gee, B Goff, DS Fareri, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (24), 6420-6430, 2016
492016
Normative development of ventral striatal resting state connectivity in humans
DS Fareri, L Gabard-Durnam, B Goff, J Flannery, DG Gee, DS Lumian, ...
Neuroimage 118, 422-437, 2015
422015
Stimulus-elicited connectivity influences resting-state connectivity years later in human development: a prospective study
LJ Gabard-Durnam, DG Gee, B Goff, J Flannery, E Telzer, KL Humphreys, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (17), 4771-4784, 2016
322016
Differential reward responses during competition against in-and out-of-network others
DS Fareri, MR Delgado
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (4), 412-420, 2014
322014
Vigilance, the amygdala, and anxiety in youths with a history of institutional care
JA Silvers, B Goff, LJ Gabard-Durnam, DG Gee, DS Fareri, C Caldera, ...
Biological psychiatry: cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging 2 (6), 493-501, 2017
192017
Altered ventral striatal-medial prefrontal cortex resting-state connectivity mediates adolescent social problems after early institutional care
DS Fareri, LJ Gabard-Durnam, B Goff, J Flannery, ...
Development and Psychopathology 29 (5), 1865-1876, 2017
162017
Decreased amygdala reactivity to parent cues protects against anxiety following early adversity: An examination across 3 years
BL Callaghan, DG Gee, L Gabard-Durnam, EH Telzer, KL Humphreys, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 4 (7), 664-671, 2019
102019
Reward learning: Contributions of corticobasal ganglia circuits to reward value signals.
DS Fareri, MR Delgado
Cambridge University Press, 2013
72013
Neurobehavioral mechanisms supporting trust and reciprocity
DS Fareri
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 271, 2019
12019
The social cognitive appraisal of trustworthiness in individuals with dimensional levels of post-traumatic stress symptoms: a translational study
T Saraiya, D Fareri, T López-Castro, D Hien, E Fertuck, R Melara
European Journal of Psychotraumatology 10 (1), 1697582, 2019
2019
Longitudinal changes in amygdala, hippocampus and cortisol development following early caregiving adversity
M VanTiegham, M Korom, J Flannery, T Chot, C Caldera, K Humphreys, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
2019
The influence of relationship closeness on default-mode network connectivity during social interactions
DS Fareri, DV Smith, MR Delgado
bioRxiv, 2019
2019
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