Ian H. Gotlib

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
"Ian Gotlib"
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Schmaal L, Hibar DP, Sämann PG, et al. (2016) Cortical abnormalities in adults and adolescents with major depression based on brain scans from 20 cohorts worldwide in the ENIGMA Major Depressive Disorder Working Group. Molecular Psychiatry
Kotelnikova Y, LeMoult J, Mackrell SVM, et al. (2016) The serotonin transporter promoter variant, stress, and attentional biases in middle childhood Personality and Individual Differences. 101: 371-379
Kircanski K, Waugh CE, Camacho MC, et al. (2016) Aberrant parasympathetic stress responsivity in pure and co-occurring major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. 38: 5-19
Pe ML, Kircanski K, Thompson RJ, et al. (2015) Emotion-Network Density in Major Depressive Disorder Clinical Psychological Science. 3: 292-300
Gilboa-Schechtman E, Revelle W, Gotlib IH. (2000) Stroop interference following mood induction: Emotionality, mood congruence, and concern relevance Cognitive Therapy and Research. 24: 491-502
Hooley JM, Gotlib IH. (2000) A diathesis-stress conceptualization of expressed emotion and clinical outcome Applied and Preventive Psychology. 9: 135-151
Rafaeli-Mor E, Gotlib IH, Revelle W. (1999) The meaning and measurement of self-complexity Personality and Individual Differences. 27: 341-356
Roberts JE, Gilboa E, Gotlib IH. (1998) Ruminative response style and vulnerability to episodes of dysphoria: Gender, neuroticism, and episode duration Cognitive Therapy and Research. 22: 401-423
Roberts JE, Kassel JD, Gotlib IH. (1995) Level and stability of self-esteem as predictors of depressive symptoms Personality and Individual Differences. 19: 217-224
Carro MG, Grant KE, Compas BE, et al. (1993) Postpartum depression and child development: An investigation of mothers and fathers as sources of risk and resilience Development and Psychopathology. 5: 567-579
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