Complete list of publications.
White, S.F., Lee, Y., Schlund, M.W., Shirtcliff, E.A., & Ladouceur, C.D. (2020). Testosterone Reactivity is Associated with Reduced Neural Response to Reward in Early Adolescence.
Brain Behavior Research. 387:112593.
White, S.F., Lee, Y., Phan, J.M., Moody, S.N., & Shirtcliff, E.A. (2019). Putting the flight in “fight-or-flight": Testosterone reactivity to skydiving is modulated by autonomic activation.
Biological Psychology. 143, 93-102.
White, S.F., Tyler, P.M., Erway, A.K., Botkin, M.L., Pope, K., Meffert, H. & Blair, R.J.R. (2016). The association of dysfunctional representation of expected value, reinforcement-based decision-making deficits and conduct problems in adolescents.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.
White, S.F., Vantieghem, M.M., Brislin, S.J., Sypher, I. Sinclair, S., Pine, D.S, Hwang, S. & Blair, R.J.R. (2016). Neural correlates of the propensity for retaliatory behavior in youth with disruptive behavior disorders.
American Journal of Psychiatry, 173(3), 282-90.
White, S.F., Pope, K., Sinclair, S., Fowler, K.A., Brislin, S.J., Williams, W.C., Pine, D.S. & Blair, R.J.R. (2013). Disrupted expected value and prediction error signaling in youth with disruptive behavior disorders during a passive avoidance task.
American Journal of Psychiatry, 170(3), 315-323.
White, S.F., Brislin, S.J., Sinclair, S & Blair, R.J.R. (2013). Punishing unfairness: Rewarding or the organization of a reactively aggressive response?
Human Brain Mapping, 35(5), 2137-2147.
White, S.F., Marsh, A.A., Fowler, K.A., Schechter, J.C., Adalio, C.J., Pope, K., Sinclair, S., Pine, D.S., & Blair, R.J.R. (2012). Reduced amygdala responding in youth with Disruptive Behavior Disorder and Psychopathic Traits reflects a reduced emotional response not increased top down attention to non-emotional features.
American Journal of Psychiatry, 169, 750-758.
Frick, P.J. & White, S.F. (2008). The importance of callous-unemotional traits for developmental models of aggressive and antisocial behavior.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 49(4), 359-375.