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Review the research by the Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory from 2008 - present 

if you would like a copy of a paper, please email Dr. Lincoln at

1. *Laquidara, J. & Lincoln, S.H. (under review). Perceived social support, quality of life, and psychotic-like experiences.


2. *Crook, L. & Lincoln, S.H. (under review). Social behavior, social communication, and family functioning for children with disruption to the social brain.


3. van der Ven, E., Anglin, D., Diehl, K., Nunēz, S., Thayer, G.,…Lincoln, S.H.,…Olino, T. (under review). Ethnoracial variation across the extended psychosis phenotype in the United States: A systematic review and meta-analysis.


4. Laquidara, J., Johnson, T., Barrick, E.M., Ward, M., Saavedra, S., & Lincoln, S.H. (in press). Implementation of cognitive reappraisal in subthreshold psychosis. Journal of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy.

5 . Lincoln, S.H., *Johnson, T., *Laquidara, J., Wilt, J. & Obeid, R. (2022). Increased rates of social defeat in racial minorities. Personality and Individual Differences.


5. Lincoln, S.H., Mukerji, C.E., Dodell-Feder, D., *Riccio, A. & Hooker, C.I. (2021). The movie mentalizing task: Assessing the neural basis of theory of mind in children and its relationship to social functioning. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 4905.


6. Lincoln, S.H., *Johnson, T., *Kim, S., *Edenbaum, E., & Hooley, J.M. (2021). Psychosis proneness,

loneliness, and hallucinations in nonclinical individuals. PLOS One, 16(5), e0251753.


7. Anglin, D.M., Ereshefsky, S.H., Klaunig, M.J., Bridgwater, M.A., Niendam, T.A., Ellman, L.M.,…Lincoln,

S.H.,…& van der Ven, E. (2021). From womb to neighborhood: A racial analysis of social determinants of psychosis in the U.S. American Journal of Psychiatry.


8. Lincoln, S.H., *Johnson, T., *Winters, A. (2021). Rejection and exclusion in psychotic disorders: A systematic review. Schizophrenia Research, 228, 43-50.


9. Lincoln, S.H., Germine, L. T., Mair, P., & Hooker, C.I. (2020). Simulation and social behavior: An fMRI study of neural processing during simulation in individuals with and without risk for psychosis. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 15(2), 165-174.


10.  Mukerji, C.E., Lincoln, S.H., Dodell-Feder, D., Nelson, C.A., & Hooker, C.I. (2019). Neural correlates of theory-of-mind explain variation in children’s everyday social cognition, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 14(6), 579-589.


11.  Lincoln, S.H., Pisoni, A., Bondy, E., Kumar, P., Singleton, P., Hacjak, G., Pizzagalli, D. & Auerbach, R. (2019). Altered reward processing following an acute social stressor in adolescents, PLoS ONE, 14(1), e0209361.


12.  Vergara, G.A., Stewart, J.G., Cosby E.A., Lincoln, S.H., & Auerbach, R.P. (2019). Non-suicidal self-injury and suicide in depressed adolescents: Impact of peer victimization and bullying. Journal of Affective Disorders, 245, 744-749.


13.  D’Angelo, E., *Morelli, N., Lincoln, S.H., Graber, K., Tembulkar, S., Gaudet, A., & Gonzalez-Heydrich, J. (2018), Social impairment and social language deficits in children and adolescents with and at risk for psychosis, Schizophrenia Research, 204, 304-310.


14.  *Morelli, N., Folger, J., Tembulkar, S., Graber, K., Lincoln, S.H., Bosquet, M…D’Angelo, G. (2018). Potentially traumatic events in youth with and at clinical high risk for psychosis, Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 13(4), 805-809.


15.  Mukerji, C., Lincoln, S.H., Tully, L., Dodell-Feder, D., & Hooker, C.I. (2018). Neural simulation mechanisms and socioemotional function in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimage, 271, 34-42.


16.  D’Angelo, E., Lincoln, S.H., *Morelli, N., Graber, K., Tembulkar, S. & Gonzalez-Heydrich, J. (2017). Suicidal behaviors and their relationship with psychotic-like symptoms in children and adolescents at clinical high risk for psychosis, Comprehensive Psychiatry, 78, 31-37.


17.  *Norkett, E., Lincoln, S.H., Gonzalez-Heydrich, J., & D’Angelo, E. (2017). Social cognitive impairment in 22q11 deletion syndrome: A review, Psychiatry Research, 253, 99-106.


18.  Lincoln, S.H., *Norkett, E., Frost, K., Gonzalez-Heydrich, J., & D’Angelo, E.J. (2017). A developmental perspective on social cognition difficulties in youth at clinical high risk for psychosis, Harvard Review of Psychiatry 25(1), 4-14.

19.  Lincoln, S.H., *Norkett, E., Gonzalez-Heydrich, J., Graber, K., Tembakur, S., & D’Angelo, E. (2017), Suicidal behaviors in children and adolescents with psychotic disorders, Schizophrenia Research, 179, 13-16.


20.  Frost, K., Lincoln, S.H., *Norkett, E., Jin, M.X., Gonzalez-Heydrich, J., & D’Angelo, E. (2016). The ethical inclusion of children with psychotic disorders in research: Recommendations for an educative, multimodal assent process, Ethics & Behavior, 26(2), 163-175.


21.  Yin, H., Tully, L. M., Lincoln, S. H., Hooker, C. I. (2015). Adults with high social anhedonia have altered neural connectivity with ventral lateral prefrontal cortex when processing positive social signals. Frontiers In Human Neuroscience, 9.

22.  Lincoln, S.H. & Hooker, C.I. (2014). Neural structure and social dysfunction in individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis, Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 224 (3), 152-158.

23.  Tully, L.M., Lincoln, S.H., & Hooker, C.I. (2014). Lateral prefrontal cortex activity during cognitive control of emotion predicts response to social stress in schizophrenia, Neuroimage: Clinical, 6, 43-53.


24.  Tully, L.M., Lincoln, S.H., & Hooker, C.I. (2014). Attentional control mediates the relationship between social anhedonia and social impairment, Frontiers in Psychiatry, 5, 1384.

25.  Hooker, C.I., Carol, E., Eisenstein, T.J., Yin, H., Lincoln, S.H., Tully, L.M., Dodell-Feder, D., Nahum, M., Keshavan, M., & Seidman, L.J. (2014). A pilot study of cognitive training in clinical high risk for psychosis: Initial evidence of cognitive benefit, Schizophrenia Research, 157, 314.

26.  Dodell-Feder, D., Tully, L.M., Lincoln, S.H., & Hooker, C.I. (2014). The neural basis of theory of mind and its relationship to social functioning and social anhedonia in individuals with schizophrenia, Neuroimage: Clinical, 4, 154-163.

27.  Hooker, C.I., Benson, T.L., Gyurak, A., Yin, H., Tully, L.M., & Lincoln, S.H., (2014). Neural activity to positive expressions predicts daily experience of schizophrenia-spectrum symptoms in adults with high social anhedonia, Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 123 (1), 190-204.

28.  Hooker, C.I, Eisenstein, T.J., Carol, E., Lincoln, S.H., Tully, L.M., Dodell-Feder, D. et al. (2014). The effects of cognitive training on neurocognitive systems in individuals at clinical high risk. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 6, 27.

29.  Tully, L.M., Lincoln, S.H., Liyanage-Don, N., Hooker, C.I. (2014). Impaired cognitive control mediates the relationship between cortical thickness of the superior frontal gyrus and role functioning in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 152 (2), 358-364.

30.  Dodell-Feder, D., Lincoln, S.H., Coulson, J., & Hooker, C.I. (2013). Using fiction to assess mental state understanding: A new task for assessing theory of mind in adults, PLoS one, 8, (11), e81279.

31.  Tully, L.M., Lincoln, S.H., & Hooker, C.I. (2012). Impaired executive control of emotional information in social anhedonia, Psychiatry Research, 15, 29-35.

32.  Hooker, C.I., Bruce, L., Lincoln, S.H., Fisher, M., & Vinogradov, S. (2011). Theory of mind skills are related to gray matter volume in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia, Biological Psychiatry, 70(12), 1169-1178.


33.  Lincoln, S.H. & Holmes, E.K. (2010). The psychology of making ethical decisions: What affects the decision? Psychological Services, 7(2), 57-64.


34.  Lincoln, S.H., & Holmes, E.K. (2008). A need to know: An ethical decision-making model for research administration. Journal of Research Administration, 39(1), 41-47.


















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