Dennis-Tiwary, T.A., Denefrio, S. †, Myruski, S. & Roy, A. (2019). Heterogeneity of the anxiety-related attention bias: A review and working model for future research. Clinical Psychological Science, 7(5), 879-899. doi: 10.1177/2167702619838474
Denefrio, S., Myruski, S., Mennin, D., & Dennis-Tiwary, T. A. (2018). When neutral is not neutral: Neurophysiological evidence for reduced discrimination between aversive and non-aversive information in generalized anxiety disorder. Motivation and Emotion, 43(2), 325-338. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11031-018-9732-0
Egan, L., Dennis-Tiwary, T.A. (2018). Dynamic measures of anxiety-related threat bias: Links to stress reactivity. Motivation and Emotion. doi.org/10.1007/s11031-018-9674-6
Denefrio, S., Dennis-Tiwary, T.A. (2017). Threat sensitivity. In V. Zeigler-Hill & T.D. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. New York: Springer.
Dennis-Tiwary, T. A., Denefrio, S., & Gelber, S. (2017). Salutary effects of an attention bias modification mobile application on biobehavioral measures of stress and anxiety during pregnancy. Biological Psychology, 127, 148-156. doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2017.05.003
Roy, A.K., Dennis, T.A., & Masia Warner, C. (2015). A critical review of attentional threat bias and its role in the treatment of pediatric anxiety disorders. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 29(3), 171-184.
Solomon, B., O’Toole, L., Hong, M., & Dennis, T.A. (2014). Negative affectivity and EEG asymmetry interact to predict emotional interference on attention in early school-aged children. Brain and Cognition, 87, 173-180.
O’Toole, L., DeCicco, J., Berthod, S., & Dennis, T.A. (2013). The N170 to angry faces predicts anxiety in typically developing children over a two-year period. Developmental Neuropsychology, 38(5), 352-363.
Birk, J.L., Dennis, T.A., Shin, L.M., & Urry, H.L. (2011). Threat facilitates subsequent executive control during anxious mood. Emotion, 11(6), 1291-1304.
Dennis, T.A., & Chen, C. (2009). Trait anxiety and conflict monitoring following threat: An ERP study. Psychophysiology, 46(1), 122-131.