FeldmanHall O, Dunsmoor JE, Tompary A, Hunter LE, Todorov A, & Phelps EA (2018). Stimulus generalization as a mechanism for learning to trust. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences. |
Dunsmoor JE, Otto AR, & Phelps EA (2017). Stress promotes generalization of older but not recent threat memories. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. |
FeldmanHall O, Dunsmoor JE, Kroes MCW, & Phelps EA (2017). Associative learning of social value in dynamic groups. Psychological Science. |
Kroes MCW*, Dunsmoor JE*, Mackey W, McClay M, & Phelps EA (Accepted). Context conditioning in humans using commercially available immersive Virtual Reality. Scientific Reports. *equal contribution |
Kroes MCW, Dunsmoor JE, Lin Q, & Phelps EA (Accepted). An isolated reminder selectively and retroactively strengthens, but does not disrupt, memory for threatening events. Scientific Reports.
Murphy GL & Dunsmoor JE (2017). Do salient features overshadow learning of other features in category learning? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 43, 219-23. |
Dunsmoor JE, Kroes MC, Braren SH, & Phelps EA (2017). Threat intensity widens fear generalization gradients, Behavioral Neuroscience, 131, 168-175. |
Patil A, Murty VP, Dunsmoor JE, Phelps EA, & Davachi L (2016). Reward retroactively enhances memory consolidation for related items. Learning & Memory. |
Dunsmoor JE, Kubota JT, Li J, Coehlo CAO, & Phelps EA (2016). Racial stereotypes impair flexibility of emotional learning, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. |
Ritchey M, Murty VP, & Dunsmoor JE (2016). Adaptive memory systems for remembering the salient and the seemingly mundane. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Dunsmoor JE, Niv Y, Daw N, & Phelps EA (2015). Rethinking extinction, Neuron, 88, 47-63. |
Dunsmoor JE & Paz R (2015). Fear generalization and anxiety: Behavioral and neural mechanisms. Biological Psychiatry, 78, 336-343. |
Dunsmoor JE, Murty VP, Davachi L, & Phelps EA (2015). Emotional learning selectively and retroactively strengthens episodic memories for related events. Nature, 520, 345-348. |
Dunsmoor JE, Campese VD, Ceceli AO, LeDoux JE, & Phelps EA (2015). Novelty-facilitated extinction: Providing a novel outcome in place of an expected threat diminishes recovery of defensive responses. Biological Psychiatry, 78, 203-209. |
Dunsmoor JE & Murphy GL (2015). Categories, concepts, and conditioning: How humans generalize fear. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19, 73-77. |
Dymond S, Dunsmoor JE, Vervliet B, Roche B, & Hermans D. (2015). Fear generalization in humans: Systematic review and implications for anxiety disorder research. Behavior Therapy. |
Coelho CAO, Dunsmoor JE, & Phelps EA (2015). Compound stimulus extinction reduces spontaneous recovery in humans. Learning & Memory. |
Morey RA, Dunsmoor JE, Haswell CC, et al. (2015). Fear learning circuitry is biased toward generalization of fear associations in posttraumatic stress disorder, Translational Psychiatry. |
Åhs F, Dunsmoor JE, Zielinski D, & LaBar KS (2014). Spatial proximity amplifies valence in emotional memory and defensive approach-avoidance. Neuropsychologia, 70, 476-485.
Dunsmoor JE & Murphy GL (2014). Stimulus typicality determines how broadly fear is generalized. Psychological Science, 25, 1816-1821. |
Dunsmoor JE, Kragel PA, Martin A, & LaBar KS (2014). Aversive learning modulates cortical representations of object categories. Cerebral Cortex, 24, 2859-2872. |
Dunsmoor JE, Åhs F, Zielinski D, & LaBar KS (2014). Extinction in multiple virtual reality contexts diminishes fear reinstatement in humans. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, 113, 157-164. |
Dunsmoor JE & LaBar KS (2013). Effects of discrimination training on fear generalization gradients and perceptual classification in humans. Behavioral Neuroscience, 127, 350-356. |
Dunsmoor JE & LaBar KS (2013). Neural basis of human fear learning. In: Handbook of Human Affective Neuroscience, Vuilleumier P and Armony J eds. Cambridge University Press.
Dunsmoor JE & LaBar KS (2012). Brain activity associated with the omission of an aversive event reveals effects of fear learning and generalization. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, 97, 301-312. |
Dunsmoor JE, Martin A, & LaBar KS (2012). The role of conceptual knowledge in learning and retention of conditioned fear. Biological Psychology, 89, 300-305. |
Cain MS, Dunsmoor JE, LaBar KS, & Mitroff SR (2011) Anticipatory anxiety hinders detection of a second target in dual-target search. Psychological Science, 22, 866-871. |
Dunsmoor JE, Prince SE, Murty VP, Kragel PA, & LaBar KS (2011) Neurobehavioral mechanisms of human fear generalization. Neuroimage, 55, 1878-1888. |
Dunsmoor JE, White AJ, & LaBar KS (2011) Conceptual similarity promotes generalization of higher-order fear learning. Learning & Memory, 18, 156-160. |
Dunsmoor JE, Åhs F, & LaBar KS (2011) Neurocognitive mechanisms of fear conditioning and vulnerability to anxiety. Frontiers Hum Neuroscience, 5, 35. |
Schmajuk NA, Kutlu MG, Dunsmoor JE, & Laurrauri, JA (2010). Attention, associations, and configurations in conditioning. In: Computational Models of Conditioning, Schmajuk NA ed. Cambridge University Press.
Dunsmoor JE & Schmajuk NA (2009). Interpreting patterns of brain activation in human fear conditioning with an attentional-associative learning model. Behavioral Neuroscience, 123, 851-855. |
Dunsmoor JE, Mitroff SR, & LaBar KS (2009). Generalization of conditioned fear along a dimension of increasing fear intensity. Learning and Memory, 16, 460-469. |
Dunsmoor JE, Bandettini PA, & Knight DC (2008). Neural correlates of unconditioned response diminution during Pavlovian conditioning. Neuroimage, 40, 811-817. |
Dunsmoor JE, Bandettini PA, & Knight DC (2007). Impact of continuous versus intermittent CS-UCS pairing on human brain activation during Pavlovian fear conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience, 121, 635-642. |