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Silva JR, Pizzagalli DA, Larson CL, Jackson DC, Davidson RJ.  2002.  Frontal brain asymmetry in restrained eaters. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 111(4):676-681.
Shackman AJ, Sarinopoulos I, Maxwell JS, Pizzagalli DA, Lavric A, Davidson RJ.  0.  Anxiety selectively disrupts visuospatial working memory. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 6(1):40-61.
Pizzagalli DA, Nitschke JB, Oakes TR, Hendrick AM, Horras KA, Larson CL, Abercrombie HC, Schaefer SM, Koger JV, Benca RM et al..  0.  Brain electrical tomography in depression: the importance of symptom severity, anxiety, and melancholic features. Biological Psychiatry. 52(2):73-85.
Pizzagalli DA, Oakes TR, Davidson RJ.  0.  Coupling of theta activity and glucose metabolism in the human rostral anterior cingulate cortex: an EEG/PET study of normal and depressed subjects. Psychophysiology. 40(6):939-949.
Greischar LL, Burghy CA, van Reekum CM, Jackson DC, Pizzagalli DA, Mueller C, Davidson RJ.  0.  Effects of electrode density and electrolyte spreading in dense array electroencephalographic recording. Clinical Neurophysiology: Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. 115(3):710-720.
Pizzagalli DA, Sherwood RJ, Henriques JB, Davidson RJ.  0.  Frontal brain asymmetry and reward responsiveness: a source-localization study. Psychological Science. 16(10):805-813.
Oakes TR, Pizzagalli DA, Hendrick AM, Horras KA, Larson CL, Abercrombie HC, Schaefer SM, Koger JV, Davidson RJ.  0.  Functional coupling of simultaneous electrical and metabolic activity in the human brain. Human Brain Mapping. 21(4):257-270.
Putnam KM, Pizzagalli DA, Gooding DC, Kalin NH, Davidson RJ.  0.  Neural activity and diurnal variation of cortisol: Evidence from brain electrical tomography analysis and relevance to anhedonia. Psychophysiology. 45(6):886-895.
Pizzagalli DA, Peccoralo LA, Davidson RJ, Cohen JD.  0.  Resting anterior cingulate activity and abnormal responses to errors in subjects with elevated depressive symptoms: a 128-channel EEG study. Human Brain Mapping. 27(3):185-201.