Tristen K. Inagaki
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Attachment figures activate a safety signal-related neural region and reduce pain experience
NI Eisenberger, SL Master, TK Inagaki, SE Taylor, D Shirinyan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (28), 11721-11726, 2011
4062011
Inflammation-induced anhedonia: endotoxin reduces ventral striatum responses to reward
NI Eisenberger, ET Berkman, TK Inagaki, LT Rameson, NM Mashal, ...
Biological psychiatry 68 (8), 748-754, 2010
3872010
Inflammation and social experience: an inflammatory challenge induces feelings of social disconnection in addition to depressed mood
NI Eisenberger, TK Inagaki, NM Mashal, MR Irwin
Brain, behavior, and immunity 24 (4), 558-563, 2010
3032010
Subjective responses to emotional stimuli during labeling, reappraisal, and distraction.
MD Lieberman, TK Inagaki, G Tabibnia, MJ Crockett
Emotion 11 (3), 468, 2011
2862011
An fMRI study of cytokine-induced depressed mood and social pain: the role of sex differences
NI Eisenberger, TK Inagaki, LT Rameson, NM Mashal, MR Irwin
Neuroimage 47 (3), 881-890, 2009
2472009
The neural sociometer: brain mechanisms underlying state self-esteem
NI Eisenberger, TK Inagaki, KA Muscatell, KE Byrne Haltom, MR Leary
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (11), 3448-3455, 2011
1882011
Inflammation selectively enhances amygdala activity to socially threatening images
TK Inagaki, KA Muscatell, MR Irwin, SW Cole, NI Eisenberger
Neuroimage 59 (4), 3222-3226, 2012
1612012
Shared neural mechanisms underlying social warmth and physical warmth
TK Inagaki, NI Eisenberger
Psychological science 24 (11), 2272-2280, 2013
1602013
Neural correlates of giving support to a loved one
TK Inagaki, NI Eisenberger
Psychosomatic medicine 74 (1), 3-7, 2012
1492012
In sickness and in health: the co-regulation of inflammation and social behavior
NI Eisenberger, M Moieni, TK Inagaki, KA Muscatell, MR Irwin
Neuropsychopharmacology 42 (1), 242-253, 2017
1292017
On the benefits of giving social support: When, why, and how support providers gain by caring for others
TK Inagaki, E Orehek
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (2), 109-113, 2017
962017
Opioids and social bonding: naltrexone reduces feelings of social connection
TK Inagaki, LA Ray, MR Irwin, BM Way, NI Eisenberger
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (5), 728-735, 2016
702016
The neural correlates of persuasion: a common network across cultures and media
EB Falk, L Rameson, ET Berkman, B Liao, Y Kang, TK Inagaki, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (11), 2447-2459, 2010
692010
Giving support to others reduces sympathetic nervous system‐related responses to stress
TK Inagaki, NI Eisenberger
Psychophysiology 53 (4), 427-435, 2016
682016
Exposure to an inflammatory challenge enhances neural sensitivity to negative and positive social feedback
KA Muscatell, M Moieni, TK Inagaki, JM Dutcher, I Jevtic, EC Breen, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 57, 21-29, 2016
632016
The role of the ventral striatum in inflammatory-induced approach toward support figures
TK Inagaki, KA Muscatell, MR Irwin, M Moieni, JM Dutcher, I Jevtic, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 44, 247-252, 2015
592015
The neurobiology of giving versus receiving support: the role of stress-related and social reward-related neural activity
TK Inagaki, KEB Haltom, S Suzuki, I Jevtic, E Hornstein, JE Bower, ...
Psychosomatic medicine 78 (4), 443, 2016
552016
Blocking opioids attenuates physical warmth-induced feelings of social connection.
TK Inagaki, MR Irwin, NI Eisenberger
Emotion 15 (4), 494, 2015
502015
Yearning for connection? Loneliness is associated with increased ventral striatum activity to close others
TK Inagaki, KA Muscatell, M Moieni, JM Dutcher, I Jevtic, MR Irwin, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (7), 1096-1101, 2016
352016
Neural mechanisms of the link between giving social support and health
TK Inagaki
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1428 (1), 33-50, 2018
262018
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