13. Webb, E.K.*, Bird, C.M.*, de-Roon-Cassini, T., Weis, C., Huggins, A., Fitzgerald, J.M., Miskovich, T., Bennett, K., Krukowski, J., Torres, L., & Larson, C. (2021). Racial discrimination and resting-state functional connectivity of salience network nodes in traumatically injured adults. JAMA Network Open. (* co-first)

12. Weis, C.N., Huggins, A., Miskovich, T., Fitzgerald, J., Bennet, K., Krukowski, J., Webb, E.K., deRoon-Cassini, & Larson, C. (2021). Acute white matter integrity post-trauma and prospective PTSD symptoms. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

11. Fitzgerald, J.M.*, Webb, E.K.*, Weis, C., Huggins, A., Bennett, K., Parisi, E., Kallenbach, M., Krukowski, J., deRoon-Cassini, & Larson, C. (2021). Hippocampus resting-state functional connectivity forecasts individual PTSD symptoms: A data-driven approach. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging.

10. Webb, E.K.*, Weis, C.*, Huggins, A., Fitzgerlad, J.M., Bennett, K., Bird, C.M., Parisi E.A., Kallenbach, M., Miskovich, T., Krukowski, J., deRoon-Cassini, & Larson, C. (2021). Neural impact of neighborhood socioeconomic disadvantage in traumatically injured adults. Neurobiology of Stress.

9.  Weis, C.N., Webb, E.K., deRoon-Cassini, T.A., & Larson, C.L.(2021). Emotion dysregulation following trauma: shared neurocircuitry of traumatic brain injury and trauma-related psychiatric disorders. Biological Psychiatry.

8.   Weis, C.N.*, Webb, E.K.*, Huggins, A.A, Kallenbach, M., Miskovich, T.A., Fitzgerald, J.M, Bennett, K.P, Krukowski, J.L, deRoon-Cassini, T., & Larson, C.L. (2021). Stability of hippocampal subfield volumes after trauma and relationship to development of PTSD symptoms. Neuroimage.

7. Weis, C.N, Webb, E.K., Damiano, S., Larson, C.L., & deRoon-Cassini, T. (2021). Scoring the Life Events Checklist: comparison of three scoring methods. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy.

6. Bird, C.*, Webb, E.K.*, Schramm, A., Torres, L., Larson, C., & deRoon-Cassini, T. (2021). Racial discrimination is associated with acute post-traumatic stress symptoms and predicts future PTSD symptom severity in trauma-exposed Black American adults. Journal of Traumatic Stress.

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5. Webb, E.K., Weis, C., Huggins, A., Parisi, E., Bennett, K., Miskovich, T., Hanson, J., deRoon-Cassini, & Larson, C. (2021). Neighborhood disadvantage is associated with stable deficits in neurocognitive functioning in traumatically injured adults. Health and Place, 67, 102493.

4. Fried, A.*, Dunphy, C.*, Silverman, M.*, Webb, E.K.* (2020). Emerging issues in the responsible conduct of psychological science. Translational Issues in Psychological Sciences, 6(3), 191-195.

3. Webb, E.K.*, Huggins, A.*, Belleau, E., Taubitz, L., Hanson, J., deRoon-Cassini, T., & Larson, C. (2020). Altered resting-state functional connectivity of periaqueductal gray prospectively predicts posttraumatic stress symptoms. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 5(9), 891-900. (* co-first authors).

2. Webb, E. K., Saccardo, C. C., Poling, A., Cox, C., & Fast, C. D. (2020). Rapidly training African giant pouched rats (Cricetomys ansorgei) with multiple targets for scent detection. Behavioural Processes174, 104085.

1. Lewon, M., Webb, E.K., Brotheridge, S.M., Cox, C., & Fast, C. (2019).Behavioral skills training in scent detection research: interactions between trainer and animal behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 52(3), 682-700. DOI: 10.1002/jaba.566.

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