Jennifer Silvers
Jennifer Silvers
Associate Professor, UCLA
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Functional imaging studies of emotion regulation: a synthetic review and evolving model of the cognitive control of emotion
KN Ochsner, JA Silvers, JT Buhle
Annals of the new York Academy of Sciences 1251 (1), E1-E24, 2012
Cognitive reappraisal of emotion: a meta-analysis of human neuroimaging studies
JT Buhle, JA Silvers, TD Wager, R Lopez, C Onyemekwu, H Kober, ...
Cerebral cortex 24 (11), 2981-2990, 2014
Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams
R Botvinik-Nezer, F Holzmeister, CF Camerer, A Dreber, J Huber, ...
Nature 582 (7810), 84-88, 2020
Age-related differences in emotional reactivity, regulation, and rejection sensitivity in adolescence.
JA Silvers, K McRae, JDE Gabrieli, JJ Gross, KA Remy, KN Ochsner
Emotion 12 (6), 1235, 2012
vlPFC–vmPFC–amygdala interactions underlie age-related differences in cognitive regulation of emotion
JA Silvers, C Insel, A Powers, P Franz, C Helion, RE Martin, J Weber, ...
Cerebral cortex 27 (7), 3502-3514, 2017
Moral elevation can induce nursing.
JA Silvers, J Haidt
Emotion 8 (2), 291, 2008
Toward a personalized science of emotion regulation
BP Doré, JA Silvers, KN Ochsner
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (4), 171-187, 2016
Diminished sensitivity to sad facial expressions in high functioning autism spectrum disorders is associated with symptomatology and adaptive functioning
GL Wallace, LK Case, MB Harms, JA Silvers, L Kenworthy, A Martin
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 41, 1475-1486, 2011
Concurrent and lasting effects of emotion regulation on amygdala response in adolescence and young adulthood
JA Silvers, J Shu, AD Hubbard, J Weber, KN Ochsner
Developmental science 18 (5), 771-784, 2015
Bad and worse: neural systems underlying reappraisal of high-and low-intensity negative emotions
JA Silvers, J Weber, TD Wager, KN Ochsner
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (2), 172-179, 2015
Adolescence as a pivotal period for emotion regulation development
JA Silvers
Current opinion in psychology 44, 258-263, 2022
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
The neuroscience of emotion regulation: Basic mechanisms and their role in development, aging and psychopathology
JA Silvers, JT Buhle, KN Ochsner
The transition from childhood to adolescence is marked by a general decrease in amygdala reactivity and an affect-specific ventral-to-dorsal shift in medial prefrontal recruitment
JA Silvers, C Insel, A Powers, P Franz, C Helion, R Martin, J Weber, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 25, 128-137, 2017
The neural bases of uninstructed negative emotion modulation
JA Silvers, TD Wager, J Weber, KN Ochsner
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (1), 10-18, 2015
Brief report: Further evidence for inner speech deficits in autism spectrum disorders
GL Wallace, JA Silvers, A Martin, LE Kenworthy
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 39, 1735-1739, 2009
Curbing craving: behavioral and brain evidence that children regulate craving when instructed to do so but have higher baseline craving than adults
JA Silvers, C Insel, A Powers, P Franz, J Weber, W Mischel, BJ Casey, ...
Psychological science 25 (10), 1932-1942, 2014
Capacity and tendency: A neuroscientific framework for the study of emotion regulation
JA Silvers, JFG Moreira
Neuroscience letters 693, 35-39, 2019
Hunting for what works: Adolescents in addiction treatment
JA Silvers, LM Squeglia, K Rømer Thomsen, KA Hudson, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 43 (4), 578-592, 2019
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
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