Iulia Banica

McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
"Iulia Banica"
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Renault H, Freeman C, Banica I, et al. (2023) Neural response to rewards moderates the within-person association between daily positive events and positive affect during a period of stress exposure. Psychophysiology. e14376
Sandre A, Park J, Freeman C, et al. (2023) Chronic stress in peer relationships moderates the association between pubertal development and neural response to emotional faces in adolescence. Biological Psychology. 181: 108612
Park J, Banica I, Weinberg A. (2023) Parsing patterns of reward responsiveness: Initial evidence from latent profile analysis. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Sandre A, Banica I, Weinberg A. (2023) Blunted neural response to errors prospectively predicts increased symptoms of depression during the COVID-19 pandemic. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Allison GO, Freeman C, Renault H, et al. (2023) Risk factors for the intergenerational transmission of depression in women and girls: Understanding neural correlates of major depressive disorder and the role of early-onset maternal depression. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Banica I, Allison G, Racine SE, et al. (2022) All the Pringle ladies: Neural and behavioral responses to high-calorie food rewards in young adult women. Psychophysiology. e14188
Banica I, Schell SE, Racine SE, et al. (2022) Associations between different facets of anhedonia and neural response to monetary, social, and food reward in emerging adults. Biological Psychology. 172: 108363
Freeman C, Ethridge P, Banica I, et al. (2022) Neural response to rewarding social feedback in never-depressed adolescent girls and their mothers with remitted depression: Associations with multiple risk indices. Journal of Psychopathology and Clinical Science. 131: 141-151
Banica I, Sandre A, Shields GS, et al. (2021) Associations between lifetime stress exposure and the error-related negativity (ERN) differ based on stressor characteristics and exposure timing in young adults. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
MacNamara A, Imburgio MJ, Hill KE, et al. (2021) Authors' reply to the commentary on "Establishing norms for error-related brain activity during the arrow Flanker task among young adults". Neuroimage. 117908
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