Vrshek-Schallhorn, Suzanne

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Influence of additive dopaminergic genetic variation and acute stress on working memory 2018 113 Working memory is critical to daily functioning and is a core deficit in numerous disorders. Dopaminergic genes and stress influence working memory, and environmental factors such as stress affect dopamine signaling. Despite this evidence, prior rese...
Predictors of sleep quality: stress exposure and the additive influence of six serotonergic polymorphisms 2018 171 Sleep is critical for physical and mental health and peak cognitive performance (Watson et al., 2015). While main effects of genetic and environmental factors, including stress, on sleep quality are well-established, the influence of gene-environment...
Trait-like depression risk factors and cortisol reactivity to lab-induced stress: a meta-analysis examining stressor severity 2019 53 Dysregulated cortisol reactivity has been associated with trait-like depression risk factors; however, findings regarding the direction of the association have been inconsistent, with evidence of both blunted and heightened reactivity. The Cortisol R...
Effects of recent chronic and episodic life stress on ventral striatal activation during reward anticipation 2020 7 Dysregulated reward processes are a transdiagnostic feature of several psychiatric disorders, and reward-related deficits predict a relatively poor prognosis in individuals with depression. Research utilizing animal models and limited human research ...
Anxiety and its Effect on Sympathetic Nervous System Reactivity to Psychosocial Stress in Young Adults 2021 83 Very few studies on sympathetic nervous system response to psychosocial stress take trait-like anxiety-related symptoms into account. Anxiety is characterized by unpleasant feelings of tension and apprehensive and worried thoughts. The present study ...
The influence of an additive HPA axis genetic variation score on lab-based stress reactivity in an emerging adult sample 2021 48 Few findings in psychological science are as well replicated as evidence that stress precipitates depression. A wealth of evidence supports dysregulation of two major stress response systems—the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and its corti...