Michael N. Hallquist, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2009 Psychology State University of New York at Binghamton, Vestal, NY, United States 
Area:
Dissociation, memory, mindfulness/acceptance, hypnosis, experimental psychopathology, and science versus pseudoscience.
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Steven Jay Lynn grad student 2009 SUNY Binghamton
 (Effortful control, executive inhibition, and personality dysfunction: Bridging temperament, neurocognition, and psychopathology.)
Paul A. Pilkonis post-doc

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Rajpreet Chahal research assistant 2013-2015 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (Neurotree)
Nathan Hall grad student 2016- Penn State
Sophie Paolizzi grad student 2019- Penn State
Aysenur Okan grad student 2020-2025 UNC Chapel Hill, NC State (Neurotree)
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Hall NT, Hallquist MN, Martin EA, et al. (2024) Automating the analysis of facial emotion expression dynamics: A computational framework and application in psychotic disorders. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 121: e2313665121
Shafiei G, Keller AS, Bertolero M, et al. (2024) Generalizable links between borderline personality traits and functional connectivity. Biological Psychiatry
Allen TA, Hallquist MN, Wright AGC, et al. (2022) Negative affectivity and disinhibition as moderators of an interpersonal pathway to suicidal behavior in borderline personality disorder. Clinical Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 856-868
Ringwald WR, Hallquist MN, Y Dombrovski A, et al. (2022) Transdiagnostic Associations With Interpersonal and Affective Variability in Borderline Personality Pathology. Journal of Personality Disorders. 36: 320-338
Hall NT, Hallquist MN. (2022) Dissociation of basolateral and central amygdala effective connectivity predicts the stability of emotion-related impulsivity in adolescents and emerging adults with borderline personality symptoms: a resting-state fMRI study. Psychological Medicine. 1-15
Allen TA, Hall NT, Schreiber AM, et al. (2022) Explanatory personality science in the neuroimaging era: The map is not the territory. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 43: 236-241
Krueger RF, Kotov R, Watson D, et al. (2021) Annales Medico-Psychologiques. 179: 95-106
Hall NT, Schreiber AM, Allen TA, et al. (2021) Disentangling cognitive processes in externalizing psychopathology using drift diffusion modeling: Antagonism, but not Disinhibition, is associated with poor cognitive control. Journal of Personality
Schreiber AM, Pilkonis PA, Hallquist MN. (2021) Dispositional attachment style moderates the effects of physiological coregulation on short-term changes in attachment anxiety and avoidance. Personality Disorders
Allen TA, Schreiber AM, Hall NT, et al. (2020) From Description to Explanation: Integrating Across Multiple Levels of Analysis to Inform Neuroscientific Accounts of Dimensional Personality Pathology. Journal of Personality Disorders. 34: 650-676
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