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Abercrombie HC, Kalin NH, Davidson RJ.  0.  Acute cortisol elevations cause heightened arousal ratings of objectively nonarousing stimuli. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 5(3):354-359.
Irwin W, Anderle MJ, Abercrombie HC, Schaefer SM, Kalin NH, Davidson RJ.  0.  Amygdalar interhemispheric functional connectivity differs between the non-depressed and depressed human brain. NeuroImage. 21(2):674-686.
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.
Abercrombie HC, Kalin NH, Thurow ME, Rosenkranz MA, Davidson RJ.  0.  Cortisol variation in humans affects memory for emotionally laden and neutral information. Behavioral Neuroscience. 117(3):505-516.
Abercrombie HC, Davidson RJ, Kern S, Kirschbaum C.  0.  Cortisol's effects on hippocampal activation in depressed patients are related to alterations in memory formation. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 45(1):15-23.
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.
Fox AS, Abercrombie HC, Shelton SE, Oakes TR, Davidson RJ, Kalin NH.  0.  Subgenual prefrontal cortex activity predicts individual differences in hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal activity across different contexts. Biological Psychiatry. 67(2):175-181.