Michiko Sakaki
Michiko Sakaki
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Norepinephrine ignites local hotspots of neuronal excitation: How arousal amplifies selectivity in perception and memory
M Mather, D Clewett, M Sakaki, CW Harley
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, 2016
2422016
Gender differences in reward-related decision processing under stress
NR Lighthall, M Sakaki, S Vasunilashorn, L Nga, S Somayajula, EY Chen, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 7 (4), 476-484, 2012
2152012
Age differences in brain activity during emotion processing: Reflections of age-related decline or increased emotion regulation
K Nashiro, M Sakaki, M Mather
Gerontology 58 (2), 156-163, 2012
1702012
Emotion strengthens high-priority memory traces but weakens low-priority memory traces
M Sakaki, K Fryer, M Mather
Psychological Science 25 (2), 387-395, 2014
1072014
Beyond arousal and valence: The importance of the biological versus social relevance of emotional stimuli
M Sakaki, K Niki, M Mather
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 12 (1), 115-139, 2012
1022012
Emotional arousal amplifies the effects of biased competition in the brain
TH Lee, M Sakaki, R Cheng, R Velasco, M Mather
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (12), 2067-2077, 2014
972014
Heart rate variability is associated with amygdala functional connectivity with MPFC across younger and older adults
M Sakaki, HJ Yoo, L Nga, TH Lee, JF Thayer, M Mather
Neuroimage 139, 44-52, 2016
962016
Type I error inflation in the traditional by-participant analysis to metamemory accuracy: A generalized mixed-effects model perspective.
K Murayama, M Sakaki, VX Yan, GM Smith
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (5), 1287, 2014
732014
How reward and emotional stimuli induce different reactions across the menstrual cycle
M Sakaki, M Mather
Social and personality psychology compass 6 (1), 1-17, 2012
732012
Amygdala functional connectivity with medial prefrontal cortex at rest predicts the positivity effect in older adults' memory
M Sakaki, L Nga, M Mather
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (8), 1206-1224, 2013
532013
Thinking about a limited future enhances the positivity of younger and older adults’ recall: Support for socioemotional selectivity theory
SJ Barber, PC Opitz, B Martins, M Sakaki, M Mather
Memory & cognition 44 (6), 869-882, 2016
482016
Association learning for emotional harbinger cues: When do previous emotional associations impair and when do they facilitate subsequent learning of new associations?
M Sakaki, AE Ycaza-Herrera, M Mather
Emotion 14 (1), 115, 2014
362014
Arousal increases neural gain via the locus coeruleus–noradrenaline system in younger adults but not in older adults
TH Lee, SG Greening, T Ueno, D Clewett, A Ponzio, M Sakaki, M Mather
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (5), 356-366, 2018
312018
Brain structural concomitants of resting state heart rate variability in the young and old: evidence from two independent samples
HJ Yoo, JF Thayer, S Greening, TH Lee, A Ponzio, J Min, M Sakaki, L Nga, ...
Brain Structure and Function 223 (2), 727-737, 2018
302018
Curiosity in old age: A possible key to achieving adaptive aging
M Sakaki, A Yagi, K Murayama
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 88, 106-116, 2018
292018
Differential interference effects of negative emotional states on subsequent semantic and perceptual processing.
M Sakaki, MA Gorlick, M Mather
Emotion 11 (6), 1263, 2011
292011
Effects of the brief viewing of emotional stimuli on understanding of insight solutions
M Sakaki, K Niki
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 11 (4), 526-540, 2011
292011
Resting-state networks associated with cognitive processing show more age-related decline than those associated with emotional processing
K Nashiro, M Sakaki, MN Braskie, M Mather
Neurobiology of aging 54, 152-162, 2017
282017
Mood and Recall of Autobiographical Memory: The Effect of Focus of Self‐Knowledge
M Sakaki
Journal of personality 75 (3), 421-450, 2007
262007
Effects of self‐complexity on mood‐incongruent recall1
M Sakaki
Japanese Psychological Research 46 (2), 127-134, 2004
242004
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