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Diego A. Pizzagalli
Diego A. Pizzagalli
Harvard Medical School
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Depression: perspectives from affective neuroscience
RJ Davidson, D Pizzagalli, JB Nitschke, K Putnam
Annual review of psychology 53 (1), 545-574, 2002
17102002
Large-scale network dysfunction in major depressive disorder: a meta-analysis of resting-state functional connectivity
RH Kaiser, JR Andrews-Hanna, TD Wager, DA Pizzagalli
JAMA psychiatry 72 (6), 603-611, 2015
14762015
Effects of early life stress on cognitive and affective function: an integrated review of human literature
P Pechtel, DA Pizzagalli
Psychopharmacology 214, 55-70, 2011
14222011
Reduced caudate and nucleus accumbens response to rewards in unmedicated individuals with major depressive disorder
DA Pizzagalli, AJ Holmes, DG Dillon, EL Goetz, JL Birk, R Bogdan, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 166 (6), 702-710, 2009
11672009
Depression, stress, and anhedonia: toward a synthesis and integrated model
DA Pizzagalli
Annual review of clinical psychology 10, 393-423, 2014
9302014
Frontocingulate dysfunction in depression: toward biomarkers of treatment response
DA Pizzagalli
Neuropsychopharmacology 36 (1), 183-206, 2011
8842011
Reduced hedonic capacity in major depressive disorder: evidence from a probabilistic reward task
DA Pizzagalli, D Iosifescu, LA Hallett, KG Ratner, M Fava
Journal of psychiatric research 43 (1), 76-87, 2008
7882008
Anterior cingulate activity as a predictor of degree of treatment response in major depression: evidence from brain electrical tomography analysis
D Pizzagalli, RD Pascual-Marqui, JB Nitschke, TR Oakes, CL Larson, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 158 (3), 405-415, 2001
7692001
Toward an objective characterization of an anhedonic phenotype: a signal-detection approach
DA Pizzagalli, AL Jahn, JP O’Shea
Biological psychiatry 57 (4), 319-327, 2005
7262005
Reward processing dysfunction in major depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia
AE Whitton, MT Treadway, DA Pizzagalli
Current opinion in psychiatry 28 (1), 7, 2015
6452015
Anxiety selectively disrupts visuospatial working memory.
AJ Shackman, I Sarinopoulos, JS Maxwell, DA Pizzagalli, A Lavric, ...
Emotion 6 (1), 40, 2006
5042006
Functional but not structural subgenual prefrontal cortex abnormalities in melancholia
DA Pizzagalli, TR Oakes, AS Fox, MK Chung, CL Larson, ...
Molecular psychiatry 9 (4), 393-405, 2004
4932004
Brain reactivity to smoking cues prior to smoking cessation predicts ability to maintain tobacco abstinence
AC Janes, DA Pizzagalli, S Richardt, BB Frederick, S Chuzi, G Pachas, ...
Biological psychiatry 67 (8), 722-729, 2010
4442010
The role of the nucleus accumbens and rostral anterior cingulate cortex in anhedonia: integration of resting EEG, fMRI, and volumetric techniques
J Wacker, DG Dillon, DA Pizzagalli
Neuroimage 46 (1), 327-337, 2009
4132009
Frontal brain asymmetry and reward responsiveness: a source-localization study
DA Pizzagalli, RJ Sherwood, JB Henriques, RJ Davidson
Psychological science 16 (10), 805-813, 2005
4002005
Acute stress reduces reward responsiveness: implications for depression
R Bogdan, DA Pizzagalli
Biological psychiatry 60 (10), 1147-1154, 2006
3942006
Affective judgments of faces modulate early activity (∼ 160 ms) within the fusiform gyri
DA Pizzagalli, D Lehmann, AM Hendrick, M Regard, RD Pascual-Marqui, ...
Neuroimage 16 (3), 663-677, 2002
3842002
Rapid emotional face processing in the human right and left brain hemispheres: an ERP study
D Pizzagalli, M Regard, D Lehmann
Neuroreport 10 (13), 2691-2698, 1999
3821999
Assessing anhedonia in depression: Potentials and pitfalls
SJ Rizvi, DA Pizzagalli, BA Sproule, SH Kennedy
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 65, 21-35, 2016
3792016
Childhood adversity is associated with left basal ganglia dysfunction during reward anticipation in adulthood
DG Dillon, AJ Holmes, JL Birk, N Brooks, K Lyons-Ruth, DA Pizzagalli
Biological psychiatry 66 (3), 206-213, 2009
3792009
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