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Tomarken A.J, Davidson R.J.  0.  Frontal brain activation in repressors and nonrepressors. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 103(2):339-349.
Wheeler R.E, Davidson R.J, Tomarken A.J.  0.  Frontal brain asymmetry and emotional reactivity: a biological substrate of affective style. Psychophysiology. 30(1):82-89.
Kang D.H, Davidson R.J, Coe C.L, Wheeler R.E, Tomarken A.J, Ershler W.B.  0.  Frontal brain asymmetry and immune function. Behavioral Neuroscience. 105(6):860-869.
Tomarken A.J, Davidson R.J, Wheeler R.E, Doss R.C.  0.  Individual differences in anterior brain asymmetry and fundamental dimensions of emotion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 62(4):676-687.
Brown L.L, Tomarken A.J, Orth D.N, Loosen P.T, Kalin N.H, Davidson R.J.  0.  Individual differences in repressive-defensiveness predict basal salivary cortisol levels. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 70(2):362-371.
Tomarken A.J, Davidson R.J, Wheeler R.E, Kinney L..  0.  Psychometric properties of resting anterior EEG asymmetry: temporal stability and internal consistency. Psychophysiology. 29(5):576-592.
Tomarken A.J, Davidson R.J, Henriques J.B.  0.  Resting frontal brain asymmetry predicts affective responses to films. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 59(4):791-801.
Davidson R.J, Marshall J.R, Tomarken A.J, Henriques J.B.  0.  While a phobic waits: regional brain electrical and autonomic activity in social phobics during anticipation of public speaking. Biological Psychiatry. 47(2):85-95.