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Graduate Student, Dartmouth College
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Norris Social & Affective Neuroscience Lab

 

 

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~Publications~

Weinstein, S., Dassoulas, K., Salpekar, J., Henderson, S., Pearl, P. Gaillard, W., Weinstein, S. (2008). Parenting stress and childhood epilepsy: The impact of depression, learning, and seizure-related factors. Epilepsy & Behavior, 13(1), 109-114. [Article]

Henderson, S., & Norris, C. J. (2013). An fMRI investigation of the neural networks involved in counterfactual processing. NeuroImage. [Article]

Henderson, S., & Norris, C. J. (under review). The differential impact of emotional and cognitive ambivalence on political behaviors.

Chavez, R. S., Chen, P-H., Meehan, C., Henderson, S., Norris, C. J. (under review). Orbitofrontal cortex volume contributes to gender differences in behavioral inhibition.

~Awarded Funding~

2011 Basic Psychological Science Research Grant, American Psychological Association of Graduate Students. "Do anti-smoking campaigns do more harm than good? Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and eye-tracking to investigate the impact of ambivalence on self-regulation in smokers."

~Works in Preparation~

Henderson, S., Munoz, C. S., & Norris, C. J. The cognitive consequences of ambivalence resolution.

Henderson, S., Norris, C. J. Neural evidence for the bivariate model of affect: An fMRI study on ambivalence.

Henderson, S., & Norris, C. J. The impact of ambivalence on attention and cue-reactivity in cigarette smokers.

~Presentations~

Henderson, S. & Norris, C. J. (2013, April). Changes in cue-reactivity predict changes in smokers' desire to quit. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. (poster)

Henderson, S. & Norris, C. J. (2013, January). The impact of ambivalence on cue-reactivity in cigarette smokers. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA. (poster)

Henderson, S. & Norris, C. J. (2012, April). An fMRI study on attitudinal ambivalence: The Microsoft Paradox. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society, New York, NY. (poster)

Henderson, S. & Norris, C. J. (2012, March). Looking for the silver lining: An fMRI study on reward responsiveness and personality traits. Presentation at the annual meeting for the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Chicago, IL. (poster)

Henderson, S. & Norris, C. J. (2011`, November). Neural evidence for the bivariate model of affect: An fMRI study on ambivalence. Presentation at the annual meeting for the Society of Social Neuroscience, Washington, D.C. (poster)

Henderson, S. & Norris, C. J. (2011, November). Counterfactual thinking and reward processing: An fMRI study of responses to gamble outcomes. Presentation at the Social Brain Sciences Brownbag, Dartmouth College. (slide talk)

Henderson, S.& Norris, C. J. (2011, January). Do gamblers have more fun? Evidence from emotional and neural responses to gambling. Presentation at the annual meeting for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. San Antonio, TX. (poster)

Henderson, S. & Norris, C. J. (2010, October). An fMRI study of anticipation: Is the journey more important than the destination? Presentation at the annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society, Chicago, IL. (poster)

Henderson, S.(2010, June). Affective forecasting problems and applications to clinical populations. Presentation at the Social Behavioral Workshop, Dartmouth College. (slide talk)

Henderson, S., Shugarts, P., Crouse, C. (2009, October). How to defend against imperfect data. Symposium presentation at the annual meeting of the Society of Clinical Data Management. (submission)

Cushner-Weinstein, S., Copenheaver, D., Wolters, P., Henderson, S., Janusz, J., Acosta, M. (2008, June). Symptom severity of NF1 on quality of life and impact on resiliency. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Child Tumor Foundation. (submission)

Henderson, S., Cushner-Weinstein, S., Gaillard, W., Pearl, P., Weinstein, S. (2008, November). How perception of resources impacts parenting stress and anxiety in parents of children with epilepsy. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society. (submission)

 

 

 
 

 

 

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Sarah E. Henderson
Dartmouth College
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