James  C Root
James C Root
Attending Neuropsychologist - MSKCC; Professor of Psychology - Weill Cornell Medical College
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Cancer-and cancer treatment–associated cognitive change: an update on the state of the science
TA Ahles, JC Root, EL Ryan
Journal of Clinical Oncology 30 (30), 3675, 2012
Hippocampal structural changes across the menstrual cycle
X Protopopescu, T Butler, H Pan, J Root, M Altemus, M Polanecsky, ...
Hippocampus 18 (10), 985-988, 2008
Cognitive effects of cancer and cancer treatments
TA Ahles, JC Root
Annual review of clinical psychology 14, 425-451, 2018
Overgeneralized autobiographical memory and future thinking in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder
AD Brown, JC Root, TA Romano, LJ Chang, RA Bryant, W Hirst
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 44 (1), 129-134, 2013
Trauma centrality and PTSD in veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan
AD Brown, D Antonius, M Kramer, JC Root, W Hirst
Journal of traumatic stress 23 (4), 496-499, 2010
Toward a functional neuroanatomy of premenstrual dysphoric disorder
X Protopopescu, O Tuescher, H Pan, J Epstein, J Root, L Chang, ...
Journal of affective disorders 108 (1-2), 87-94, 2008
Detection of inadequate effort on the California Verbal Learning Test-: Forced choice recognition and critical item analysis
JC Root, RN Robbins, L Chang, WG Van Gorp
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 12 (5), 688-696, 2006
Cancer-related cognitive outcomes among older breast cancer survivors in the thinking and living with cancer study
JS Mandelblatt, BJ Small, G Luta, A Hurria, H Jim, BC McDonald, ...
Journal of clinical oncology 36 (32), 3211-3222, 2018
Frontolimbic neural circuit changes in emotional processing and inhibitory control associated with clinical improvement following transference‐focused psychotherapy in …
DL Perez, DR Vago, H Pan, J Root, O Tuescher, BH Fuchs, L Leung, ...
Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences 70 (1), 51-61, 2016
Cancer, coping, and cognition: a model for the role of stress reactivity in cancer‐related cognitive decline
C Andreotti, JC Root, TA Ahles, BS McEwen, BE Compas
Psycho‐Oncology 24 (6), 617-623, 2015
Cognitive and brain structural changes in a lung cancer population
M Simó, JC Root, L Vaquero, P Ripollés, J Jové, T Ahles, A Navarro, ...
Journal of Thoracic Oncology 10 (1), 38-45, 2015
Human fear-related motor neurocircuitry
T Butler, H Pan, O Tuescher, A Engelien, M Goldstein, J Epstein, ...
Neuroscience 150 (1), 1-7, 2007
Dynamic variations in affective priming
PS Wong, JC Root
Consciousness and cognition 12 (2), 147-168, 2003
Geriatric assessment as a predictor of delirium and other outcomes in elderly patients with cancer
B Korc-Grodzicki, SW Sun, Q Zhou, A Iasonos, B Lu, JC Root, RJ Downey, ...
Annals of surgery 261 (6), 1085-1090, 2015
Differential activity of subgenual cingulate and brainstem in panic disorder and PTSD
O Tuescher, X Protopopescu, H Pan, M Cloitre, T Butler, M Goldstein, ...
Journal of anxiety disorders 25 (2), 251-257, 2011
Left hemisphere specialization for response to positive emotional expressions: A divided output methodology.
JC Root, PS Wong, M Kinsbourne
Emotion 6 (3), 473, 2006
Frontolimbic function and cortisol reactivity in response to emotional stimuli
JC Root, O Tuescher, A Cunningham-Bussel, H Pan, J Epstein, ...
Neuroreport 20 (4), 429-434, 2009
Loneliness and mental health during the COVID‐19 pandemic in older breast cancer survivors and noncancer controls
KE Rentscher, X Zhou, BJ Small, HJ Cohen, AA Dilawari, SK Patel, ...
Cancer 127 (19), 3671-3679, 2021
Diurnal cortisol amplitude and fronto-limbic activity in response to stressful stimuli
AC Cunningham-Bussel, JC Root, T Butler, O Tuescher, H Pan, J Epstein, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 34 (5), 694-704, 2009
Symptom burden among older breast cancer survivors: The Thinking and Living With Cancer (TLC) study
JS Mandelblatt, W Zhai, J Ahn, BJ Small, TA Ahles, JE Carroll, ...
Cancer 126 (6), 1183-1192, 2020
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