Tali Manber Ball, PhD
Tali Manber Ball, PhD
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Neural bases of social anxiety disorder: emotional reactivity and cognitive regulation during social and physical threat
PR Goldin, T Manber, S Hakimi, T Canli, JJ Gross
Archives of general psychiatry 66 (2), 170-180, 2009
Resting-State Functional MRI: Everything That Nonexperts Have Always Wanted to Know
H Lv, Z Wang, E Tong, LM Williams, G Zaharchuk, M Zeineh, ...
American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2018
Neural mechanisms of cognitive reappraisal of negative self-beliefs in social anxiety disorder
PR Goldin, T Manber-Ball, K Werner, R Heimberg, JJ Gross
Biological psychiatry 66 (12), 1091-1099, 2009
Assessing emotion regulation in social anxiety disorder: the emotion regulation interview
KH Werner, PR Goldin, TM Ball, RG Heimberg, JJ Gross
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 33 (3), 346-354, 2011
Prefrontal dysfunction during emotion regulation in generalized anxiety and panic disorder
TM Ball, HJ Ramsawh, L Campbell-Sills, MP Paulus, MB Stein
Psychological medicine 43 (7), 1475, 2013
Intolerance of uncertainty as a mediator of reductions in worry in a cognitive behavioral treatment program for generalized anxiety disorder
J Bomyea, H Ramsawh, TM Ball, CT Taylor, MP Paulus, AJ Lang, ...
Journal of anxiety disorders 33, 90-94, 2015
Neural predictors of initiating alcohol use during adolescence
LM Squeglia, TM Ball, J Jacobus, T Brumback, BS McKenna, ...
American journal of psychiatry 174 (2), 172-185, 2017
Single-subject anxiety treatment outcome prediction using functional neuroimaging
TM Ball, MB Stein, HJ Ramsawh, L Campbell-Sills, MP Paulus
Neuropsychopharmacology 39 (5), 1254-1261, 2014
Selective effects of social anxiety, anxiety sensitivity, and negative affectivity on the neural bases of emotional face processing
TM Ball, S Sullivan, T Flagan, CA Hitchcock, A Simmons, MP Paulus, ...
Neuroimage 59 (2), 1879-1887, 2012
Brain activation during fear extinction predicts exposure success
TM Ball, SE Knapp, MP Paulus, MB Stein
Depression and anxiety 34 (3), 257-266, 2017
Intrinsic functional connectivity predicts remission on antidepressants: a randomized controlled trial to identify clinically applicable imaging biomarkers
AN Goldstein-Piekarski, BR Staveland, TM Ball, J Yesavage, ...
Translational psychiatry 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
Altered cingulate and insular cortex activation during risk‐taking in methamphetamine dependence: losses lose impact
JL Gowin, JL Stewart, AC May, TM Ball, M Wittmann, SF Tapert, ...
Addiction 109 (2), 237-247, 2014
Individualized relapse prediction: Personality measures and striatal and insular activity during reward-processing robustly predict relapse
JL Gowin, TM Ball, M Wittmann, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Drug & Alcohol Dependence 152, 93-101, 2015
Mapping neural circuit biotypes to symptoms and behavioral dimensions of depression and anxiety
AN Goldstein-Piekarski, TM Ball, Z Samara, BR Staveland, AS Keller, ...
Biological Psychiatry 91 (6), 561-571, 2022
Toward the application of functional neuroimaging to individualized treatment for anxiety and depression
TM Ball, MB Stein, MP Paulus
Depression and anxiety 31 (11), 920-933, 2014
Deep phenotyping of attention impairments and the ‘Inattention Biotype’in Major Depressive Disorder
AS Keller, TM Ball, LM Williams
Psychological medicine, 1-10, 2019
Measuring maladaptive avoidance: from animal models to clinical anxiety
TM Ball, LA Gunaydin
Neuropsychopharmacology 47 (5), 978-986, 2022
Double Dipping in Machine Learning: Problems and Solutions
TM Ball, LM Squeglia, SF Tapert, MP Paulus
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 2020
Change in Neural Response During Emotion Regulation is Associated With Symptom Reduction in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders
J Bomyea, T Ball, A Simmons, L Campbell-Sills, M Paulus, M Stein
Quantifying person-level brain network functioning to facilitate clinical translation
TM Ball, AN Goldstein-Piekarski, JM Gatt, LM Williams
Translational Psychiatry 7 (10), e1248, 2017
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