Jason Scot Moser

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Anxiety, cognition, neurophysiology, ERP, attention, cognitive control, error monitoring, intervention, emotion, emotion regulation
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Lin Y, Gloe LM, Louis CC, et al. (2020) An electrophysiological investigation on the emotion regulatory mechanisms of brief open monitoring meditation in novice non-meditators. Scientific Reports. 10: 14252
Guevarra DA, Moser JS, Wager TD, et al. (2020) Placebos without deception reduce self-report and neural measures of emotional distress. Nature Communications. 11: 3785
Lin Y, Eckerle WD, Peng LW, et al. (2019) On Variation in Mindfulness Training: A Multimodal Study of Brief Open Monitoring Meditation on Error Monitoring. Brain Sciences. 9
Wills-Conn K, Schroder H, Moser J, et al. (2019) Stimulus-driven attention and cognitive control during encoding: An event related brain potentials study. Biological Psychology. 144: 1-10
Lin Y, Fisher ME, Moser JS. (2018) Clarifying the relationship between mindfulness and executive attention: A combined behavioral and neurophysiological study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Kross E, Vickers BD, Orvell A, et al. (2017) Third-Person Self-Talk Reduces Ebola Worry and Risk Perception by Enhancing Rational Thinking. Applied Psychology. Health and Well-Being. 9: 387-409
Danovitch JH, Fisher M, Schroder H, et al. (2017) Intelligence and Neurophysiological Markers of Error Monitoring Relate to Children's Intellectual Humility. Child Development
Moser JS, Dougherty A, Mattson WI, et al. (2017) Third-person self-talk facilitates emotion regulation without engaging cognitive control: Converging evidence from ERP and fMRI. Scientific Reports. 7: 4519
Lin Y, Fisher ME, Roberts SM, et al. (2016) Deconstructing the Emotion Regulatory Properties of Mindfulness: An Electrophysiological Investigation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10: 451
Schroder HS, Glazer JE, Bennett KP, et al. (2016) Suppression of error-preceding brain activity explains exaggerated error monitoring in females with worry. Biological Psychology
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