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56. Yang, G.J., Murray, J.D., Glasser, M., Pearlson, G.D., Krystal, J.H., Schleifer, C., Repovs, G., & Anticevic, A. (In Press). Altered Global Signal Topography in Schizophrenia. Cerebral Cortex. [Email for reprint].

55. Abdallah, C.G., Averill, L.A., Collins, K.A., Geha, P., Schwartz, J., Averill, C., DeWilde, K.E., Wong, E., Anticevic, A., Tang, C.Y., Iosifescu, D.V., Charney, D.S., Murrough, J.W. (2016). Ketamine Treatment and Global Brain Connectivity in Major Depression. Neuropsychopharmacology. [Epub ahead of print]. [Link].

54. Murrough, J.W., Abdallah, C.G., Anticevic, A., Collins, K.A. Geha, P., Averill, L.A., DeWilde, K.E., Wong, E., Tang, C.Y., Krystal, J.H., Iosifescu, D.V., Charney, D.S. (2016). Reduced Global Functional Connectivity of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex in Major Depressive Disorder. Human Brain Mapping. 37(9), 3214-23. [Link].

53. Rich, A.M, Cho, Y.T., Tang, Y., Savic, A., Krystal, J.H., Wang, F., Xu, K., & Anticevic, A. (2016). Amygdala volumes differ between chronic, early course and individuals at risk for developing schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. 250, 50-60. [Link].

52. Yang, G.J., Murray, J.D., Wang, X-J., Glahn, D.C., Pearlson, G.D., Repovs, G., Krystal, J.H., & Anticevic, A. (2016). Functional Hierarchy Underlies Preferential Connectivity Disturbances in Schizophrenia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(2), E219-28. [Link].

51. Cole, M.W., Yang, G.J., Murray, J.D., Repovs, G., & Anticevic, A. (2016). Functional connectivity change as shared signal dynamics. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 259:22-39. [Link].

50. Anticevic, A., Schleifer, C., & Cho, Y.T. (2015). Emotional and cognitive dysregulation in schizophrenia and depression: understanding common and distinct behavioral and neural mechanisms. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience, 17, (4), 267-80. [Link].

49. Buchy, L., Cannon, T.D., Anticevic, A., Lyngberg, K., Cadenhead, K.S., Cornblatt, B.A., McGlashan, T.H.,, Perkins, D.O., Seidman, L.J., Tsuang, M.T., Walker, E.F., Woods, S.W., Bearden, C.E., Mathalon, D.H., & Addington J. (2015). Evaluating the impact of cannabis use on thalamic connectivity in youth at clinical high risk of psychosis. BMC Psychiatry. 2015 Nov 9;15(1):276. [Link].

48. Krystal, J.H., Anticevic, A., Murray, J.D., Glahn, D.C., Driesen, N.R., Yang, G.J., Wang, X-J. (2015). Clinical heterogeneity arising from categorical and dimensional features of the neurobiology of psychiatric diagnoses: insights from neuroimaging and computational neuroscience. Computational Psychiatry: What can theoretical neuroscience and psychiatry teach each other?. [Email for reprint].

47. Krystal, J.H., & Anticevic, A. (2015). Toward illness phase-specific pharmacotherapy for schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. 78(11):738-40. [Link].

46. Murray, J.D., & Anticevic, A. (2015). Computational Modeling Approaches to Psychiatry. Chapter for Kaplan & Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, 10th edition. [Email for reprint].

45. Foss-Feig, J.H., McPartland, J., Anticevic, A., & Wolf, J. (2015). Re-conceptualizing ASD within a dimensional framework: Positive, negative, and cognitive symptom clusters. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. [Link].

44. Anticevic, A.*, Haut, K.*, Murray, J.D., Repovs, G., Yang, G.J., Diehl, C., McEven, S.C., Bearden, C.E., Addington, J., Goodyear, B., Cadenhead, K.S., Mirzakhanian, H., Cornblatt, B.A., Olvet, D., Mathalon, D.H., McGlashan, T.H., Perkins, D.O., Belger, A., Siedman, L.J., Tsuang, M.T., van Erp, T.G.M., Walker, E., Hamann, S., Woods, S.W., Qiu, M., & Cannon, T.D. (2015). Association of Thalamic Dysconnectivity and Conversion to Psychosis in Youth and Young Adults at Elevated Clinical Risk. JAMA Psychiatry. [Link].

43. Corbin, W.R., Papova, A., Morean, M.E., O'Malley, S.S., Krishnan-Sarin, S., Abi-Dargham, A., Anticevic, A., Pearlson, G., Petrakis, I., Pittman, B.P., & Krystal, J.H. (2015). Integrating Acquired Preparedness and Dual Process Models of Risk for Heavy Drinking and Related Problems. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. [Link].

42. Anticevic, A., Hu, X., Xiao, Y., Hu, Y., Li, F., Bi, F., Cole, M.W., Savic, A., Yang, G.J., Repovs, G., Murray, J.D., Wang, X-J., Huang, X., Lui, S., Krystal, J.H., & Gong, Q. (2015). Early-Course Unmedicated Schizophrenia Patients Exhibit Elevated Prefrontal Connectivity Associated with Longitudinal Change. Journal of Neuroscience. 35(1):267-86. [Link].

41. Anticevic, A., Murray, J.D., & Barch, D.M. (2015). Bridging Levels of Understanding in Schizophrenia Through Computational Modeling. Computational Psychiatry Series in Clinical Psychological Science. [Link].

40. Gruner, P., Anticevic, A., Lee, D., & Pittenger, C. (2015). Arbitration between action strategies in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The Neuroscientist. [Link].

39. Gasparovic, H., Kopjar, T., Rados, M., Anticevic, A., Rados, M., Malojcic, B., Ivancan, V., Fabijanic, T., Cikes, M., Milicic, D., Gasparovic, V., Biocina, B. (2014). Impact of remote ischemic preconditioning preceding coronary artery bypass grafting on inducing neuroprotection (RIPCAGE): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial [NCT02177981]. Trials. 15:414 [Link].

38. Khadka M.S., Narayanan, B., Meda, S,A. Gelernter, J. Han, S. Sawyer, B. Aslanzadeh, F. Stevens, M.C. Anticevic, A., Potenza, M.N., Pearlson, G.D. (2014). Genetic association of impulsivity in young adults: a multivariate study. Translational Psychiatry. 4:e451. [Link]

37. Anticevic, A., Corlett, P.R., Cole, M.W., Savic, A., Gancsos, M., Tang, Y., Repovs, G., Murray, J.D., Driesen, N.D., Morgan, P.T., Xu, K., Wang, F., Krystal, J.H. (2014). Prefrontal connectivity under NMDA receptor antagonists better models early than chronic schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. 77(6):569-80. [Link]

36. Anticevic, A., Yang, G.J., Savic, A., Murray, J.D., Cole, M.W., Repovs, G., Pearlson, G.D., Glahn, D.C. (2014). Medio-Dorsal and Visual Thalamic Connectivity Differ in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder with and without Psychosis History. Schizophrenia Bulletin. Special edition - Focus on thalamic and cerebellar connectivity in schizophrenia. 40(6):1227-43. [Link]

35. Yang, J.G., Murray, J.D., Repovs, G., Cole, M.W., Savic, A., Glasser, M., Pittenger, C., Krystal, J.H., Wang, X-J. Pearlson, D.G., Glahn, D.C., Anticevic, A. (2014). Altered global signal in schizophrenia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111(20):7438-43. [Link]

34. Morean, M.E., DeMartini, K., Leeman, R.F., Pearlson, G.D., Anticevic, A., Krystal, J.H., Krishnan-Sarin, S., & O’Malley, S.S. (2014). Psychometrically Improved, Abbreviated Versions of Three Classic Measures of Impulsivity and Self-Control. Psychological Assessment. 26(3):1003-20. [Link]

33. Anticevic, A.,  Savic, A., Repovs, G., Yang, G., McKay, D.R, Sprooten, E., Knowles, E., Krystal, J.H. Pearlson, G.D., Glahn, D.C. Krystal, J.H., Pearlson, G.D., & Glahn, D.C. (2014). Ventral anterior cingulate connectivity distinguished non-psychotic bipolar illness from psychotic bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 41(1):133-43. [Link]

32. Cole, M.W., Repovs, G., & Anticevic, A. (2014). The fronto-parietal control system: A central role in mental health. The Neuroscientist. 20(6):652-64. [Link]

31. Anticevic, A., Cole, M.W., Repovs, G., Savic, A., Driesen, N.R., Yang, G., Cho, Y.T., Murray, J.D., Glahn, D.C., Wang, XJ., Krystal, J.H. (2013). Connectivity, pharmacology and computation: Towards a mechanistic understanding of neural system dysfunction in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 4:169. [Link]

30. Anticevic, A.*, Tang, Y.*, Cho, Y.T., Repovs, G., Cole, M.W., Savic, A., Wang, F., Krystal, J.H., & Xu, K. (2013). Amygdala connectivity differs between chronic, early course and individuals at risk for developing schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 40(5):1105-16. *Denotes Equal Contribution. [Link]

29. Anticevic, A., Hu, S., Zhang, S., Savic, A., Billingslea, E., Wasylink, S., Repovs, G., Cole, M.W., Bednarski, S., Krystal, J.H., Bloch, M.B., Li, R.C-S., & Pittenger, C. (2013). Global resting-state fMRI analysis identifies frontal cortex, striatal, and cerebellar dysconnectivity in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Biological Psychiatry. 75(8):595-605. [Link]

28. Esterlis, I., Bois, F., Pittman, B., Picciotto, M.R., Shearer, L., Carlson, J., Niciu, M., Pittenger, C., Anticevic, A., Cosgrove, K.P., & D’Souza, C. (2013). In vivo evidence for β2*-nAChR upregulation in smokers as compared to nonsmokers with schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. 76(6):495-502. [Link]

27. Anticevic, A., Cole, M.W., Repovs, G., Murray J.D., Brumbaugh, M.S., Winkler, A.M., Savic, A., Krystal, J.H., Pearlson, G.D., & Glahn, D.C. (2013). Characterizing thalamo-cortical disturbances in schizophrenia and bipolar illness. Cerebral Cortex. 24(12):3116-30. [Link]

26. Cole, M.W., Reynolds, J.R., Bassett, D., Power, J.D., Repovs, G., Anticevic, A., Braver, T.S. (2013). Multi-task connectivity reveals flexible hubs for adaptive task control. Nature Neuroscience. 16(9):1348-55. [Link]

25. Driesen, N.R., McCarthy, G., Bhagwagar, Z., Bloch, M.H., Calhoun, V.D., D'Souza, D.C., Gueorguieva, R., He, G., Leung, H.C., Ramani, R., Anticevic, A., Suckow, R.F., Morgan, P.T., Krystal, J.H. (2013). The impact of NMDA receptor blockade on human working memory-related prefrontal function and connectivity. Neuropsychopharmacology. 38(13):2613-22. [Link]

24. Driesen, N.R., McCarthy, G., Bhagwagar, Z., Bloch, M.H., Calhoun, V., D’Souza, D.C., Gueorguieva, R., He, G., Leung, H-C., Ramachandran, R., Suckow, R., Anticevic, A., Morgan, P.T., & Krystal, J.H. (2013). Relationship of resting brain hyperconnectivity and schizophrenia-like symptoms produced by the NMDA receptor antagonist ketamine in humans. Molecular Psychiatry. 18(11):1199-204. [Link]

23. Murray, J.D., Anticevic, A., Gancsos, M., Ichinose, M., Corlett, P.R., Krystal, J.H., & Wang, X.J. (2012). Linking microcircuit dysfunction to cognitive impairment: effects of disinhibition associated with schizophrenia in a cortical working memory model. Cerebral Cortex. 24(4):859-72. [Link]

22. Anticevic, A., Cole, M.W., Murray, J.D., Corlett, P.R., Wang, X-J., & Krystal, J.H. (2012). The role of default network deactivation in cognition and disease. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 16(12):584-92. [Link]

21. Anticevic, A., Dowd, E.C., & Barch, D.M. (2013). Cognitive and motivational neuroscience of psychotic disorders. In “Neurobiology of Mental Illness, 4th Edition”. Eds. Dennis Charney, Eric Nestler, Pamela Sklar, & Joseph Buxbaum. Oxford University Press. [Email for reprint]

20. Anticevic, A., Krystal, J.H., & Barch, D.M. (2013). Translational cognitive neuroscience of schizophrenia: bridging neurocognitive and computational approaches towards understanding cognitive deficits. In “Cognitive impairment in schizophrenia: characteristics, assessment, and treatment”. Ed. Phil Harvey. Cambridge University Press. [Email for reprint] [Link]

19. Anticevic, A., Gancsos, M., Murray, J. D., Repovs, G., Driesen, N.R., Ennis, D.J., Niciu, M.J., Morgan, P.T., Surti, T., Smith, M., Wang, X-J., Krystal*, J.H., & Corlett*, P.R. (2012). NMDA receptor antagonism disrupts anti-correlated neural systems with implications for cognition and schizophrenia. *denotes equal contribution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109(41):16720-5. [Link]

18. Anticevic, A., & Corlett, P.R. (2012).  Cognition-emotion dysinteraction in schizophrenia. Frontiers Research Topic: The Impact of Emotion on Cognition – Dissociating between Enhancing and Impairing Effects. 3:392. [Link]

17. Anticevic, A., Brumbaugh, M.S., Winkler, A.M., Lombardo, L.E., Barrett, J., Corlett, P.R., Kober, H., Gruber, J., Repovs, G., Cole, M.W., Krystal, J.H., Pearlson, G.D., & Glahn, D.C. (2013). Global prefrontal and fronto-amygdala dysconnectivity in bipolar I disorder with psychosis history. Biological Psychiatry. 73(6):565-73. [Link]

16. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., Krystal, J.H., & Barch, D.M. (2012). A broken filter: prefrontal functional connectivity abnormalities in schizophrenia during working memory interference. Schizophrenia Research. 141(1):8-14. [Link]

15. Cole, M.W., Yarkoni, T., Repovs, G., Anticevic, A., & Braver, T.M. (2012).  Global connectivity of prefrontal cortex predicts cognitive control and intelligence. Journal of Neuroscience. 32(26):8988-8999. [Link]

14. Anticevic, A., Van Snellenberg, J.X., & Barch, D.M. (2012). Neurobiology of emotional dysfunction in schizophrenia: new directions revealed through meta-analyses. Biological Psychiatry. 71(6):23-4. [Link]

13. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., Dierker, D., Barch, D.M., & Van Essen, D.C. (2012). Automated landmark identification for human cortical surface-based registration. Neuroimage. 59(3):2539-47. [Link]

12. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., & Barch, D.M. (2013). Working memory encoding and maintenance deficits in schizophrenia: neural evidence for activation and deactivation abnormalities. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 39(1):168-78. [Link]

11. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., Corlett, P.R., & Barch, D.M. (2011). Negative and non-emotional interference with visual working memory in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. 70(12):1159-68. [Link]

10. Cole, M.W., Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., & Barch, D.M. (2011). Variable global dysconnectivity and individual differences in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. 70(1):43-50. [Link]

9. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., & Barch, D.M. (2012). Emotion effects on attention, amygdala activation and functional connectivity in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 8(5):967-80. [Link]

8. Anticevic, A.*, Van Snellenberg, J.X.*, Repovs, G., & Barch, D.M. (2012). Amygdala recruitment in schizophrenia in response to aversive emotional material: a meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 38(3):608-21. * Shared 1st authorship. [Link]

7. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., & Barch, D.M. (2010). Resisting emotional interference: brain regions facilitating working memory performance during emotional distraction. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 10(2):159-173. [Link]

6. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., Van Snellenberg, J.X., Csernansky, J.G., & Barch, D.M. (2010). Subcortical alignment precision in patients with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research. 120(1-3):76-83. [Link]

5. Aikins, D.E., Anticevic, A., Kent, K.A., & Krystal, J.H. (2010). Sex moderates amygdala activity for immediate affective recognition memory. NeuroReport. 21(4):273-6. [Link]

4. Anticevic, A., Repovs, G., Shulman, G.L., & Barch, D.M. (2009). When less is more: TPJ and default network  deactivation during encoding predicts working memory performance. Neuroimage. 49(3):2638-48. [Link]

3. Anticevic, A., Dierker, D., Gillespie, S.K., Repovs, G., Van Essen, D.C., Csernansky, J.G., & Barch, D.M. (2008). Comparing surface-based and volume-based analyses of functional neuroimaging data in patients with schizophrenia. Neuroimage. 41(3):835-48. [Link]

2. Csernansky, J.G., Gillespie, S.K., Dierker, D., Anticevic, A., Wang, L., Barch, D.M., & Van Essen, D.C. (2008). Symmetric abnormalities in sulcal patterning in schizophrenia. Neuroimage. 43(3):440-6. [Link]

1. Sanders, B.J., & Anticevic, A. (2007). Maternal separation enhances neuronal activation and cardiovascular responses to acute stress in borderline hypertensive rats. Beh. Brain Research. 183(1):25-30. [Link]