W. Craig Williams
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Interpersonal emotion regulation.
J Zaki, WC Williams
Emotion 13 (5), 803, 2013
6532013
Interpersonal emotion regulation: Implications for affiliation, perceived support, relationships, and well-being
WC Williams, SA Morelli, DC Ong, J Zaki
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 115 (2), 224-254, 2018
1512018
Disrupted expected value and prediction error signaling in youths with disruptive behavior disorders during a passive avoidance task
SF White, K Pope, S Sinclair, KA Fowler, SJ Brislin, WC Williams, DS Pine, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 170 (3), 315-323, 2013
1242013
Dual neuro-circuitry dysfunctions in disruptive behavior disorders: Emotional responding and response inhibition
RJR Hwang, S., Nolan, Z.T., White, S.F., Williams, W.C., Sinclair, S., & Blair
Psychological Medicine, 2016
652016
Reduced activity within the dorsal endogenous orienting of attention network to fearful expressions in youth with disruptive behavior disorders and psychopathic traits
SF White, WC Williams, SJ Brislin, S Sinclair, KS Blair, KA Fowler, ...
Development and psychopathology 24 (3), 1105-1116, 2012
482012
Executive attention control and emotional responding in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder—A functional MRI study
S Hwang, SF White, ZT Nolan, WC Williams, S Sinclair, RJR Blair
NeuroImage: Clinical 9, 545-554, 2015
382015
Communicating emotion through facial expressions: Social consequences and neural correlates
WC Williams, YC Leong, EA Collier, E Nook, JY Son
PsyArXiv, 2021
5*2021
Face masks influence how facial expressions are perceived: A drift-diffusion model of emotion judgments
WC Williams, E Haque, B Mai, V Venkatraman
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
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