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Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory

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Kate Holland, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator
Curriculum Vitae

Current Research Interests:

 

Sara NewtonSara Newton
Undergraduate Lab Assistant
2010 - present

Hinson, D., Newton, S., Holland, A.K., Carmona, J.E., & Harrison, D.W.  (2012).  Age-related changes in systolic blood pressure and motor performance as a function of exposure to a left-lateralized stressor.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (in press). 

Holland, A.K., Newton, S.E., Hinson, D.W., Smith, A., Coe, M., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  An application of the capacity model to left hemisphere functional cerebral systems: Changes in verbal fluency performance as a function of diabetes classification in older adults.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 26(6), 507.

Holland, A.K., Newton, S.E., Smith, A., Hinson, D., Obi-Johnson, B., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  Changes in state anxiety as a function of exposure to right-lateralized stress: Implications for regulation of sympathetic tone using a dual concurrent task paradigm.  Psychophysiology, 48(S1), 22.

Newton, S.E., Holland, A.K., Hinson, D., Smith, A., Coe, M., Carmona, J., & Harrison,  D.W.  (2011).  Behavioral and physiological correlates of trait anxiety: Changes in right hemisphere activation as a function of exposure to affective stress. Psychophysiology, 48(S1), 22.

Holland, A.K., Smith, A., Newton, S., Obi-Johnson, B., Carmona, J.E., & Harrison, D.W. (2011).  Examining changes in regulation of parasympathetic tone as a function of age and performance on a left-lateralized cognitive task before and after undergoing digestive stress.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 17(S1), 259.

 

Daniel HinsonDaniel Hinson
Undergraduate Lab Assistant
2010 - 2011

Hinson, D., Newton, S., Holland, A.K., Carmona, J.E., & Harrison, D.W.  (2012).  Age-related changes in systolic blood pressure and motor performance as a function of exposure to a left-lateralized stressor.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (in press). 

Holland, A.K., Newton, S.E., Hinson, D.W., Smith, A., Coe, M., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  An application of the capacity model to left hemisphere functional cerebral systems: Changes in verbal fluency performance as a function of diabetes classification in older adults.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 26(6), 507.

Holland, A.K., Newton, S.E., Smith, A., Hinson, D., Obi-Johnson, B., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  Changes in state anxiety as a function of exposure to right-lateralized stress: Implications for regulation of sympathetic tone using a dual concurrent task paradigm.  Psychophysiology, 48(S1), 22.

Newton, S.E., Holland, A.K., Hinson, D., Smith, A., Coe, M., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  Behavioral and physiological correlates of trait anxiety: Changes in right hemisphere activation as a function of exposure to affective stress. Psychophysiology, 48(S1), 22.

 

Jessica Bunting

Amber SmithAmber Smith
Undergraduate Lab Assistant
2009 - 2011

Holland, A.K., Newton, S.E., Hinson, D.W., Smith, A., Coe, M., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  An application of the capacity model to left hemisphere functional cerebral systems: Changes in verbal fluency performance as a function of diabetes classification in older adults.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 26(6), 507.

Holland, A.K., Newton, S.E., Smith, A., Hinson, D., Obi-Johnson, B., Carmona, J., &      Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  Changes in state anxiety as a function of exposure to right-lateralized stress: Implications for regulation of sympathetic tone using a dual concurrent task paradigm.  Psychophysiology, 48(S1), 22.

Newton, S.E., Holland, A.K., Hinson, D., Smith, A., Coe, M., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.W.  (2011).  Behavioral and physiological correlates of trait anxiety: Changes in right hemisphere activation as a function of exposure to affective stress. Psychophysiology, 48(S1), 22.

Holland, A.K., Smith, A., Moseley, L., Riner, B., Carmona, J.E., & Harrison, D.W. (2011).  Physiological and behavioral correlates of obesity: Changes in fluency performance and regulation of sympathetic tone in normal weight and overweight men and women.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society,17(S1), 47.

Holland, A.K., Catoe, A., Smith, A., Hardin, J., Rutledge, J., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.  (2010).  Lateralized differences in left hemisphere activation as a function of digestive stress: Changes in verbal fluency performance and regulation of diastolic blood pressure before and after food ingestion.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 25(6), 576.

John Hardin

John Hardin
Graduate Lab Assistant
2009 - present

Holland, A.K., Catoe, A., Smith, A., Hardin, J., Rutledge, J., Carmona, J., & Harrison, D.  (2010).  Lateralized differences in left hemisphere activation as a function of digestive stress: Changes in verbal fluency performance and regulation of diastolic blood pressure before and after food ingestion.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 25(6), 576.

Holland, A.K., Hardin, J.F., Rutledge, J.E., Carmona, J.E., Harrison, D.W., & Coe, M.  (2010).  Right hemisphere regulation of cardiovascular reactivity as a function of auditory affective stress: Changes in heart rate and estimation of half-hand grip strength in college-aged men and women.  Psychophysiology, 47(S1), 104.

Hardin, J.F., Holland, A.K., Rutledge, J.E., Carmona, J.E., Harrison, D.W., Comer, C.S., & Coe, M.  (2010).  Physiological correlates of hostility: Changes in regulation of sympathetic tone after exposure to a right-lateralized motor stressor.  Psychophysiology, 47(S1), 22. 

Holland, A.K., Carmona, J.E., Harrison, D.W., Hardin, J., Tucker, F., & Scott, M. (2010).  Differences in cerebral lateralization of time estimation abilities and cardiovascular reactivity in diabetic and nondiabetic older adults.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 16(S1), 212.

 

 

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