Scott Aaron Langenecker portrait
  • Adjunct Professor, Psychology Department
  • Professor, Psychiatry

Research Statement

Dr. Langenecker's research and clinical work focuses on the lifespan approach to mood and anxiety disorders, with particular focus on life transitions (e.g., adolescence to adulthood). He is developing and adapting biological and cognitive tools to understand ways to identify and treat individuals with a past history of mood disorders to reduce recurrence, decrease episode length and severity, and to improve functioning and quality of life.  

Presentations

  • Langenecker, SA. Contemplating Rumination: Assessing and Measuring Change in Relation to Risk for Depression Recurrence. Functional MRI Laboratory Speaker Series, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. , Presented, 2019.
    http://fmri.research.umich.edu/
  • Langenecker SA. Dimensions, lifespan perspectives, and disease course features in mood disorders: extending DSM for precision medicine in recurrent mood disorders. University of Louisville Depression Center, Louisville, KY. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. The Role of Cognitive Control and Childhood Adversity in Treatment Response and Illness Course for Major Depression. Department of Psychology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. The Neuroscience of Prediction in Depression: Subtypes, Treatment Response, Course and Disease Burden. Department of Psychiatry, Yale University, New Haven, CT. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and/vs Bipolar Disorder in Adolescence: Diagnostic and Biological Conundrums. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. The Neuroscience of Prediction in Depression: Subtypes, Treatment Response, Course and Disease Burden. MIND Research Network, Albuquerque, NM. , , 2017.
    https://www.mrn.org/education-outreach/scientific-...
  • Langenecker SA. RDoC as a concept, integrating biology with social and cultural assessments and designs. University of Pristina, Pristina, Kosovo. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. Measuring trans-diagnostic variables through cognitive tasks, self-reports, other reports. University of Pristina, Pristina, Kosovo. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. Investing in our Partners, Investing in Ourselves Managing Life’s Stressors with Candor and Resilience. Northern Trust, Chicago, IL. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. Cognitive Control Performance & Salience Network - Cognitive Control Hyperconnectivity Predict Depression Relapse. Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Tulsa, OK. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. Depression, Self-Injurious Behaviors, and Suicide in Adults. Suicide: saving one life at a time. Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. , , 2016.
  • Jenkins LM, Briceño EM, Maki P, Weisenbach SL, Langenecker SA. Does Sex Modulate the Neural Circuitry Differences in Facial Emotion Processing in Adults with Remitted Depression? 71st annual meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, Atlanta, GA. , , 2016.
  • Langenecker SA. Resilience, Partnerships & Compassion. Downriver Council of the Arts, Wyandotte, MI. , , 2015.
  • Langenecker SA. From Pixels to Policy: Are We Asking Better Questions With Translational Brain Imaging Research In Mood Disorders? Penn State Health, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA. , , 2015.
  • Langenecker SA. Control and Emotion Dysfunction in MDD and Changes with Treatment. National Network of Depression Centers, Chicago, IL. , , 2014.
  • Langenecker SA. Trait Markers of Reward Anticipation and Learning in Depression. Loyola University, Chicago, IL. , , 2014.
  • Langenecker SA. From Pixels to Policy: Are We Asking Better Questions With Translational Brain Imaging Research In Mood Disorders? Community Mental Health talk, Elgin Mental Health Center, Elgin, IL. , , 2012.
  • Langenecker SA. Inhibitory Control, Depression, and Serotonin; Regulatory Deficits as both a Risk Factor and Predictor of Poor Treatment Response. University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL. , , 2011.
  • Langenecker SA. Inhibitory Control, Depression, and Serotonin; Regulatory Deficits as both a Risk Factor and Predictor of Poor Treatment Response. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA. , , 2011.
  • Langenecker SA. Inhibitory Control, Depression, and Serotonin; Regulatory Deficits as both a Risk Factor and Predictor of Poor Treatment Response. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA. , , 2011.
  • Langenecker SA. Dysfunctional Affective Discrimination in Major Depressive Disorder: A Glass Half Full or Missing Entirely? University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA. , , 2011.
  • Langenecker SA. Identification of Neurobiological Intermediate Phenotypes in Major Depressive Disorder. National Institute of Mental Health, Rockville, MD. , , 2011.
  • Langenecker SA. Inhibitory Control, Depression, and Serotonin; Regulatory Deficits as both a Risk Factor and Predictor of Poor Treatment Response. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. , , 2011.
  • Langenecker SA. From Pixels to Policy: Are We Asking Better Questions in the Translational Cognitive Neuroscience of Major Depressive Disorder. National Alliance of Research on Schizophrenia and Depression, Healthy Minds Across America, Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2010.
  • Langenecker SA. Disentangling Group and Performance Contributions to Imaging Differences between Younger and Older Adults. Institute of Gerontology, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. , , 2009.
  • Langenecker SA. Obtaining Your First Research Grant. Summer Research Institute in Geriatric Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2009.
  • Langenecker SA. Work/Life Balance. Summer Research Institute in Geriatric Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2009.
  • Langenecker SA. Neuroimaging and neuropsychological probes for detecting executive and affective dysfunction during late-life disease. Geriatric Grand Rounds, William S. Middleton Veterans Administration, Madison, WI. , , 2009.
  • Langenecker SA. fMRI and Depression. Midwest Neuropsychological Group, Chicago, IL. , , 2008.
  • Langenecker SA. Using Neuroimaging Tools to Predict Treatment Response in Depression. Genesee County Health Department’s Public Health Week Conference, Building the Future of Public Health: Refocus - Redesign - Reenergize, Flint, MI. , , 2007.
  • Langenecker SA. Cognitive difficulties in depression? A case presentation. Psychology Department, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2002.
  • Langenecker SA, Turkel E, Bates JA, Kane JM, Robinson DR, Bilder RM. Executive Functioning in Schizophrenia. Psychology Department, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2002.
  • Langenecker SA. fMRI during a Stroop task reveals differences between young and older adults in left middle and inferior frontal gyri: Evidence of failed inhibition and recruitment in aging. Psychology Department, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2002.
  • Langenecker SA. fMRI during a Stroop task reveals differences between young and older adults in left middle and inferior frontal gyri: Evidence of failed inhibition and recruitment in aging. Psychology Department, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2002.
  • Langenecker SA. Tourette’s Disease: A case study. Psychology Department, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, Ann Arbor, MI. , , 2001.
  • Langenecker SA. Childhood Adversity Disrupts Cognitive Control Development and Function. Society for Biological Psychiatry Meeting, New York, NY. , , 2018.
  • Langenecker SA, Blackford J. Stress, Anxiety, and Depression: HPA Axis Disruption in Fear, Memory, and Mood Neural Circuits. Society for Biological Psychiatry Meeting, New York, NY. , , 2018.
  • Langenecker SA. Grant Writing 101: Sales, Marketing, and Don’t Forget the Science. The International Conference in Geriatric Psychiatry, Chicago, IL. , , 2017.
  • Langenecker SA. Developmental and Lifespan Considerations in Psychiatric Research: Extending Biopsychosocial Models within Global Mental Health Research. Global Mental health Training, D43 (Weine), Istanbul, Turkey. , , 2016.
  • Langenecker SA. The PROOF in the pudding: Clinical, personality, and neuropsychological correlates of resting state networks and connectivity. Midwest Neuropsychology Group, Evanston, IL. , , 2016.
  • Langenecker SA. Mood Disorders in an RDoC Era: Opportunities and Challenges. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL. , , 2015.
  • Langenecker SA. Mood Disorders in an RDoC Era: Opportunities and Challenges. Chicago Affective Neuroscience Exchange (CANEX), University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. , , 2015.
  • Langenecker SA. Dimensional Measurement of Fear to Acute Threat in Any Mood Disorder. Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Miami, FL. , , 2015.
  • Langenecker SA. External and Internal Preparation in the Launch of a Pan-departmental Center on Depression & Resilience. National Association of Academic Psychiatry Administrators, Chicago, IL. , , 2014.
  • Langenecker SA. Unraveling the Role of the Subgenual Anterior Cingulate in the course of Major Depression Disorder. World Congress of Psychiatry, Madrid, Spain. , , 2014.
  • Langenecker SA. Cognitive, Affective, and Neuronal Predictors of Treatment Response for Depression. Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Chicago, IL. , , 2014.
  • Stringer D, Pester B, Baker A, Presnell P, Angers K, Greer N, Archer C, Ringrose R, Langenecker S, Kamali M, McInnis M, Ryan KA. Personality As A Clinical Tool For Estimating Cognition Among Individuals With Bipolar Disorder. International Neuropsychological Society, Seattle, WA. , , 2014.
  • Langenecker SA. Current Neurobiological Theories and Techniques for Understanding Age- Related Changes in Cognitive Functioning. Organization for Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, CA. , , 2009.
  • Langenecker SA. Optimizing Event-Related fMRI Designs Using Performance-Activation Relationships to Better Understand Neurobiological Changes in Aging. Organization for Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, CA. , , 2009.
  • Langenecker SA. Predicting Treatment Response for those with Major Depressive Disorder using Neuroimaging Techniques. Society for Biological Psychiatry, Vancouver, BC. , , 2009.
  • Wright SL, Langenecker SA. Accumulated Lifetime Burden of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is Evident Using an fMRI Paradigm with Memory: Implications for Early Diagnosis and Treatment. Society for Biological Psychiatry, Vancouver, BC. , , 2009.
  • Mordhorst MJ, Guidotti L, Langenecker SA, Caveney AK, Persad C, Bieliauskas L, Foster N, Giordani B. Evidence of a unique contribution of depression on memory function in a clinical sample. International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. , , 2005.
  • Resilience, Partnerships & Compassion Images of Resilience presentation, in conjunction with CONNECT of Summit County, Kimball Art Center, Park City Summit County Art Council, Park City, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Presenter, Lincoln Elementary School, Elmhurst, IL, Neuroscience of Brains presentation. , , 2013.
  • Easter RE, Langenecker SA, Babu P, Assari S, Munson B, Marshall DF, Peterman J, McInnis MG, Ryan KA. Effects of age, education, and mood state on facial emotion processing in bipolar disorder. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society 46th Annual Convention, Washington, DC. Poster, Presented, 2018.
  • Keelan RE, Rapport LJ, Krohner S, Kanser RJ, Billings NM, Bashem JR, Vermilion B, Hanks RA, Lumley MA, Langenecker SA. The role of experienced affect on facial emotion perception accuracy in moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. Poster session presented at 45th annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 2017.
  • Stange JP, Zulueta J, Langenecker SA, Ryan K, Piscitello A, Ajilore O, Duffecy J, McInnis MG, Nelson P, Leow A. Convergence of Active and Passive Assessments of Affective Instability in Predicting the Prospective Course of Bipolar Disorder: The BiAffect Study. Poster session presented at American College of Neuropsychopharmacology Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, CA. Poster, Presented, 2017.
  • Bessette KL, Jenkins L, Stange JP, DelDonno SR, Skerrett KA, Kling L, Maki P, Weisenbach S, Langenecker SA. Comorbid Depression and Anxiety Has Greater Top-Down and Bottom-Up Neural Emotional Processing than Depression Alone in the Remitted State. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 2017.
  • DelDonno S, Jenkins L, Crane N, Barba A, Dion C, Ryan K, Langenecker S. Functional connectivity of the ventral striatum in remitted depressed individuals with and without substance abuse history. Poster session presented at Society for Psychophysiological Research 56th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • DelDonno SR, Jenkins LM, Crane NA, Nusslock R, Ryan KA, Shankman SA, Phan KL, Langenecker SA. Affective Personality Traits, Reward Behavior, and History of Major Depressive Disorder Predict Altered Functional Connectivity in the Ventral Striatum. Poster session presented at National Network of Depression Centers Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Stange JP, Bessette KL, Jenkins LM, Burkhouse KL, Peters AT, Feldhaus C, Crane NA, Ajilore O, Jacobs RH, Watkins ER, Langenecker SA. Attenuated Intrinsic Connectivity within Cognitive Control Network Among Individuals with Remitted Depression is Associated with Cognitive Control Deficits and Negative Cognitive Styles. Poster session presented at National Network of Depression Centers Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Ajilore O, Jacobs R, Bessette K, Feldhaus C, Barba A, Jenkins LM, Leow A, Langenecker SA. Altered Brain Network Dynamics Associated with Rumination in Remitted Adolescent Major Depression. Poster session presented at 22nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Geneva, Switzerland. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Bessette KL, Jenkins LM, Barba A, Jacobs RH, Skerrett KA, Langenecker SA. Stable Left PCC to Right DLPFC Hyperconnectivity in Remitted Depressed Young Adults. Poster session presented at 71st annual meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, Atlanta, GA. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • DelDonno SR, Barba A, Feldhaus C, Jenkins LM, Phan KL, Shankman S, Langenecker SA. Disrupted Functional Connectivity of the Ventral Striatum in Young Adults with Remitted Depression. Poster session presented at 71st annual meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, Atlanta, GA. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Jenkins LM, Barba A, Stange JP, DelDonno S, Kling L, Briceño E, Weisenbach SL, Phan KL, Shankman S, Langenecker SA. Integrated cross-network connectivity of amygdala, insula and subgenual cingulate predict superior facial emotion perception performance in healthy controls and remitted major depressive disorder. Poster session presented at 71st annual meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, Atlanta, GA. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Stange JP, Bessette KL, Jenkins L, Burkhouse KL, Peters AT, Feldhaus C, Crane NA, Ajilore O, Jacobs RH, Watkins ER, Langenecker SA. Attenuated Intrinsic Connectivity within the Cognitive Control Network Among Individuals with Remitted Depression is Associated with Cognitive Control Deficits and Negative Cognitive Styles. Poster session presented at 2016 Federation of European Neuroscience Societies Brain Conference on New Insights into Psychiatric Disorders through Computational, Developmental and Biological Approaches, Copenhagen, Denmark. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Langenecker SA, Stange J, Jenkins LM, Passarotti AM. Cognitive Control Network Connectivity and Cognitive Control Task Activation Predict Relapse of Depression in Young Adults. Poster session presented at International Neuropyschological Society Mid Year Meeting, London, England. Poster, Presented, 2016.
  • Feldhaus CG, Peters AT, Carbray J, Reinecke MA, Langenecker SA, Jacobs RH. The intergenerational transmission of depression: targeting rumination as a mechanism in the prevention of depressive relapse among adolescents. Poster session presented at 49th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL. Poster, Presented, 2015.
  • Gowins JR, Jenkins LM, Jacobs RH, Gabriel LB, Kassel MT, Hymen EA, Barba AM, Bhaumik R, Ajilore O, Langenecker SA. Young adults with remitted major depressive disorder demonstrate hyperactivations in regions of the emotional salience and cognitive control networks during the accurate perception of emotional faces. Poster session presented at Society for Research in Psychopathology 28th Annual Meeting, Evanston, IL. Poster, Presented, 2014.
  • Haase BD, Weisenbach SL, Briceno EM, Vederman AC, Hazlett KE, Rapport LJ, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. Angry Error Bias in Major Depression is Associated with Subgenual Cingulate Hyperactivation. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, CA. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Gabriel LB, Meyers KK, Weldon AL, Haase BD, Kassel MT, Walker SJ, Hsu DT, Noll DC, Mickey BJ, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. To Go or Not to Go? Differential Activation during Response Inhibition in Major Depressive Disorder. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, CA. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Weldon AL , Mickey BJ, Yau W, Meyers KK, Hsu DT, Taylor SF, Heitzeg MM, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. Diminished Incentive Responsiveness in Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is not Related to Decreased Reactivity of Nucleus Accumbens. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, CA. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Kassel MT, Walker SJ, Weisenbach SL, Haase BD, Pecina M, Considine CM, Noll DC, Jon-Kar Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. Differential Impact of Distraction in Serial Position Curves with the Semantic List Learning Task (SLLT) in Women with and without Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, CA. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Briceno EM, Rapport LJ, Weisenbach SL, Hazlett KE, Haase BD, Vederman AC, Starkman MN, Bieliauskas LA, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. That Doesn’t Appear Neutral to Me: Potential Activation Confounds in Study of Facial Emotion Recognition in Depression. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, CA. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Cummiford CM, Langenecker SA, Love TM, Silk KR, Zubieta JK. Alterations in Impulse Control Circuitry in Borderline Personality Disorder. Poster session presented at Society for Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Marshall DF, Walker SJ, Ryan KA, Kamali MM, Saunders EFH, Weldon AL, Adams KM, McInnis MG, Langenecker SA. Greater Executive and Visual Memory Dysfunction in Comorbid Bipolar Disorder (BD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) compared to those BD without SUD. Poster session presented at Society for Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. Poster, Presented, 2012.
  • Hsu DT, Mickey BJ, Langenecker SA, Heitzeg MM, Love TM, Wang H, Kennedy SE, Peciña M, Shafir T, Hodgkinson CA, Enoch MA, Goldman D, Zubieta JK. Blood-oxygenation-level dependent signal responses to emotional stimuli depend on variations in rs110402 within the corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor gene. Poster session presented at American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 49th Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Langenecker SA, Walker SJ, Hazlett KE, Sen S, Mickey BJ, Kay RE, Meyers KK, Ransohoff AJ, Ransom MT, Kennedy SE, Hsu DT, Akil H, Noll DC, Young EA, Burmeister M, Zubieta JK. Post-Error Slowing in MDD and 5-HTTLPR Genotype. Poster session presented at American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 49th Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Peciña M, Mickey BJ, Wang H, Love T, Shen PH, Langenecker S, Hsu D, Shafir T, Villafuerte S, Wright S, Goldman D, Zubieta JK. Dopamine D2 receptor polymorphism modulates prefrontal function and connectivity during reward and emotion processing. Poster session presented at American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 49th Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Shafir T, Taylor S, Langenecker S, Zubieta J. Move happy and be happy: effects of dynamic body expressions of emotions on brain activation and affective state. Poster session presented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Peciña M, Mickey BJ, Shen PH, Wang H, Wright S, Langenecker SA, Goldman D, Zubieta JK. DRD2 receptor polymorphism predicts individual differences in DLPFC and IFG function during a reward anticipation task. Poster session presented at Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, Spain. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Peciña M, Mickey B, Pei-Hong S, Langenecker S, Hsu D, Shafir T, Wright S, Goldman D, Zubieta JK. D2 receptor polymorphisms predict subgenual cingulate and superior frontal gyrus reactivity to positive and negative emotional stimuli. Poster session presented at Society of Biological Psychiatry 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Hazlett KE, Kay RE, Mickey BJ, Hsu DT, Akil H, Young EA, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. Comparison between depressed patients and healthy controls in error refractory period using the parametric go/no-go test. Poster session presented at Society of Biological Psychiatry 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Mickey BJ, Zhou Z, Hsu DT, Langenecker SA, Love TM, Peciña M, Shafir T, Hodgekinson CA, Goldman DJ, Zubieta JK. Neural Responses to Affective Stimuli are Modulated by NPY Genotype. Poster session presented at Society of Biological Psychiatry 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 2010.
  • Langenecker SA, Mickey BJ, Ransom MT, Kennedy SE, Hazlett KE, Ducci F, Hodgekinson C, Hsu DT, Akil H, Noll DC, Young EA, Goldman DJ, Burmeister M, Zubieta JK. Effects of the serotonin transporter on performance and fMRI activation for the parametric go/no-go test. Poster session presented at American College of Neuropsychopharmacology Annual Meeting, Hollywood, FL. Poster, Presented, 2009.
  • Hsu DT, Mickey BJ, Shafir T, Langenecker SA, Kennedy SE, Zubieta JK. Genetic polymorphisms in the corticotropin-releasing hormone system and life stress: association with brain responses to emotional stimuli and vulnerability to Major Depressive Disorder. Poster session presented at Annual Research Symposium sponsored by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research and the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Poster, Presented, 2009.
  • Ransom MT, Wright SL, Avery E, Schallmo MP, Leon HM, Wettersten KB, Langenecker SA. Younger adults with Major Depressive Disorder show select executive functioning challenges. Poster session presented at American Academy Clinical Neuropsychology 6th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Langenecker SA, Kennedy SE, Scott DJ, Noll DC, Zubieta JK. Is there a relationship between 5HT1a receptor binding and fMRI activation during emotion processing? Poster session presented at Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Lee HJ, Langenecker SA, Kade AM, Saunders EFH, Bieliauskas LA, McInnis MG. Neuropsychological deficits in euthymic and depressed individuals with bipolar disorder. Poster session presented at American Academy Clinical Neuropsychology 6th Annual Conference & Workshops, Boston, MA. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Ransom MT, Langenecker SA, Wright SL, Brinkman ML, Schallmo MP, Bieliauskas LA, Rapport LJ, Starkman MN, Welsh RC, Zubieta JK. Bilateral medial temporal and right insular hyperactivation in women with MDD completing ratings of emotional expressions in faces. Poster session presented at Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Langenecker SA, Kennedy SE, Hsu DT, Mickey BJ, Young EA, Akil H, Noll DC, Zubieta JK. Modulation of Emotion Processing Abnormalities in Major Depressive Disorder by 5-HT1a receptors. Poster session presented at Society for Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Rapport LJ, Paradee CV, Langenecker SA. Circadian preference and cognitive performance among rehabilitation inpatients. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Kona, HI. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Schallmo MP, Hsu DT, Wright SL, Mickey BJ, Young EA, Akil H, Noll DC, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. Depression, cortisol, and age but not stressful events predict fMRI activation responses to words with negative valence. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Kona, HI. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Wright SL, Brinkman ML, Avery ET, Rapport LJ, Bieliauskas LA, Young EA, Noll DC, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA. Functional activation and behavioral correlations in emotion processing by gender. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Kona, HI. Poster, Presented, 2008.
  • Brinkman M, Langenecker SA, Rapport LJ, Bieliauskas LA, Giordani B, Wright SL, Starkman MN, Zubieta J. Using fMRI to distinguish complex visual processing from emotion processing. Poster session presented at 35th annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Portland, OR. Poster, Presented, 2007.
  • Miller JB, Langenecker SA, Freymuth AK, Persad CC, Nielson KA. Validity of the Conditional Go/No-go Task. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society, Baltimore, MD. Poster, Presented, 2004.
  • Langenecker SA, Giordani B, Starkman MN, Hook JN, Schteingart DE. Age Effects of Hypercortisolemia in Cushing's Disorder: Vulnerability, Plasticity, and Recovery of Function. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society, Baltimore, MD. Poster, Presented, 2004.
  • Langenecker S, Bieliauskas L, Rapport J, Wilde E, Zubieta JK, Berent S. Emotion Processing, Executive Functioning, and Depression: A Double Dissociation of Cognitive and Emotion Functioning and Symptomatology? Poster session presented at Midwest Neuropsychology Group Conference, Milwaukee, WI. Poster, Presented, 2003.
  • Hatfield R, Langenecker S, Smet I, Maixner D, Giordani B. Memory functioning and white matter disease in Treatment Resistant Depression. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI. Poster, Presented, 2003.
  • Wilde E, Langenecker S, Bieliauskas L, Welsh R, Eldevik P, Steinberg B, Berent S. Age Differences in Functional Activation using Complex Embedded Visual Figures. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI. Poster, Presented, 2003.
  • Langenecker S, Turkel E, Bates J, Kane J, Robinson D, Bilde R. Competing Motor Programs: Validity, Reliability, and use with Schizophrenia. Poster session presented at International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI. Poster, Presented, 2003.
  • Hatfield R, Wilde E, Langenecker S, Kartje P, Giordani B. Neuropsychological predictors of driving ability in patients with cognitive compromise. Poster session presented at National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, Miami, FL. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Langenecker S, Nielson K. Understanding hemodynamic issues when using Event-related fMRI in studies of healthy aging. Poster session presented at National Academy Of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, Miami, FL. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Persad CC, Langenecker S, Giordani B, Ruzicka D, Chervin R. The relationship between daytime sleepiness, apnea severity and cognitive performance in obstructive sleep apnea patients. Poster session presented at National Academy Of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, Miami, FL. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Langenecker S, Nielson K. Oh, !@#$%!!; An event-related study of error-based activation during a conditional Go/No-go task. Poster session presented at National Academy Of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, Miami, FL. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Langenecker S, Hoffman A, Ong J, Saunders S. Two Skills Training Programs for Alleviating Distress in College Students. Poster session presented at American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Wilde EA, Steinberg BA, Langenecker SA, Bieliauskas LA. Age-related differences in visual spatial processing in cognitively intact adults. Poster session presented at American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Wilde EA, Bieliauskas LA, Steinberg BA, Welsh RC, Langenecker SA, Eldevik OP, Weiss KL, Chenevert TL, Berent S. Age-related differences in complex visual processing: An fMRI investigation. Poster session presented at Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting, Sendai, Japan. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Langenecker S, Nielson K. Impaired Inhibitory Control and increased recruitment in older adults? A follow-up study using Event-Related functional MRI. Poster session presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Nielson KA, Langenecker SA, Garavan H. Event-related fMRI of inhibitory changes in aging. Poster session presented at Frontal Lobe Conference, Rottman Research Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Poster, Presented, 2000.
  • Langenecker SA, Nielson KA, Garavan H. Changes in inhibitory control in normal aging; An event-related fMRI study. Poster session presented at Sigma Xi Conference, Milwaukee, WI. Poster, Presented, 1999.
  • Nielson KA, Garavan H, Rao S, Langenecker SA. Inhibitory control in normal aging; An event-related fMRI study. Poster session presented at 5th Human Brain Mapping Conference, Dusseldorf, Germany. Poster, Presented, 1999.
  • Nielson KA, Garavan H, Langenecker SA, Rao SM. Inhibitory control in young and older adult subjects as measured by event-related fMRI. Poster session presented at American Psychological Society Annual Conference, Miami, FL. Poster, Presented, 1999.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Unobtrusive Monitoring of Affective Symptoms and Cognition using Keyboard Dynamics. PI: Ajilore. - 2024. Total project budget to date:
  • Scaling-Up Stepped Care for Women's Mental Health in Primary Care in an LMIC. PI: - 2024. Total project budget to date:
  • Integrating NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) into assessing depression in the TENDAI Study. PI: Abas. - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • Multimodal Assessment of Inhibitory Control in High Risk Adolescents. PI: - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • Long-Term Nicotine Treatment of Mild Cognitive Impairment. PI: - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • From Networks to the Real World: Integrating Neural and Autonomic Processes of Loss. PI: - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • Transdiagnostic Brain-Behavior Profiling to Enhance Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. PI: Klumpp. - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • Developing rumination-focused treatment to reduce risk for depression recurrence (RDR) in adolescence (RuMeChange). PI: Co-PI(s): Watkins. - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • Determinants Of Drug Preference in Humans. PI: de Wit, Phan. - 2019. Total project budget to date:

Languages

  • English, Fluent.

Publications

  • Phillips ML, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Welcome. Vol. 85, A11. Accepted, .
  • Burdick KE, Millett CE, Bonnín CDM, Bowie CR, Carvalho AF, Eyler LT, Gallagher P, Harvey PD, Kessing LV, Lafer B, Langenecker SA, Lewandowski KE, López-Jaramillo C, Marshall DF, Martinez-Aran A, McInnis MG, McIntyre RS, Miskowiak KW, Porter RJ, Purdon SE, Ryan KA, Sumiyoshi T, Torres IJ, Van Rheenen TE, Vieta E, Woodward ND, Yatham LN, Young A (date unknown). The International Consortium Investigating Neurocognition in Bipolar Disorder (ICONIC-BD). Vol. 21, 6-10. Accepted, .
  • Zulueta J, Demos AP, Vesel C, Ross M, Piscitello A, Hussain F, Langenecker SA, McInnis M, Nelson P, Ryan K, Leow A, Ajilore O (date unknown). The Effects of Bipolar Disorder Risk on a Mobile Phone Keystroke Dynamics Based Biomarker of Brain Age. Vol. 12, 739022. Accepted, .
  • Zulueta J,Demos AP,Vesel C,Ross M,Piscitello A,Hussain F,Langenecker SA,McInnis M,Nelson P,Ryan K,Leow A,Ajilore O (date unknown). The Effects of Bipolar Disorder Risk on a Mobile Phone Keystroke Dynamics Based Biomarker of Brain Age. Vol. 12. Accepted, .
  • Peters AT, Ren X, Bessette KL, George N, Kling LR, Thies B, West AE, Langenecker SA, Pandey GN (date unknown). Inflammation, depressive symptoms, and emotion perception in adolescence. Vol. 295, 717-723. Accepted, .
  • Bessette KL, Karstens AJ, Crane NA, Peters AT, Stange JP, Elverman KH, Morimoto SS, Weisenbach SL, Langenecker SA (date unknown). A Lifespan Model of Interference Resolution and Inhibitory Control: Risk for Depression and Changes with Illness Progression. Vol. 30, 477-498. Accepted, .
  • Kling LR, Bessette KL, DelDonno SR, Ryan KA, Drevets WC, McInnis MG, Phillips ML, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Cluster analysis with MOODS-SR illustrates a potential bipolar disorder risk phenotype in young adults with remitted major depressive disorder. Vol. 20, 697-707. Accepted, .
  • Jenkins LM, Stange JP, Bessette KL, Chang YS, Corwin SD, Skerrett KA, Patrón VG, Zubieta JK, Crane NA, Passarotti AM, Pine DS, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Differential engagement of cognitive control regions and subgenual cingulate based upon presence or absence of comorbid anxiety with depression. Vol. 241, 371-380. Accepted, .
  • De Almeida J,Kronhaus D,Sibille E,Langenecker S,Versace A,LaBarbara E,Phillips M (date unknown). Abnormal left-sided orbitomedial prefrontal cortical-amygdala connectivity during happy and fear face processing: A potential neural mechanism of female MDD. Vol. 2. Accepted, .
  • Nielson K,Garavan H,Langenecker S,Stein E,Rao S (date unknown). 43. Event-related fMRI of inhibitory control reveals lateralized prefrontal activation differences between healthy young and older adults. Vol. 47, 169-172. Accepted, .
  • Ross MK, Demos AP, Zulueta J, Piscitello A, Langenecker SA, McInnis M, Ajilore O, Nelson PC, Ryan KA, Leow A (date unknown). Naturalistic smartphone keyboard typing reflects processing speed and executive function. Vol. 11, e2363. Accepted, .
  • Stange JP, Jenkins LM, Bessette KL, Kling LR, Bark JS, Shepard R, Hamlat EJ, DelDonno S, Phan KL, Passarotti AM, Ajilore O, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Predictors of Attrition in Longitudinal Neuroimaging Research: Inhibitory Control, Head Movement, and Resting-State Functional Connectivity. Vol. 8, 527-536. Accepted, .
  • Hsu DT, Sanford BJ, Meyers KK, Love TM, Hazlett KE, Wang H, Ni L, Walker SJ, Mickey BJ, Korycinski ST, Koeppe RA, Crocker JK, Langenecker SA, Zubieta JK (date unknown). Social feedback activates the endogenous opioid system. Vol. 18, 1147. Accepted, .
  • Feurer C, Jimmy J, Bhaumik R, Duffecy J, Medrano GR, Ajilore O, Shankman SA, Langenecker SA, Craske MG, Phan KL, Klumpp H (date unknown). Anterior cingulate cortex activation during attentional control as a transdiagnostic marker of psychotherapy response: a randomized clinical trial. Accepted, .
  • Quinn ME, Stange JP, Jenkins LM, Corwin S, DelDonno SR, Bessette KL, Welsh RC, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Cognitive control and network disruption in remitted depression: a correlate of childhood adversity. Vol. 13, 1081-1090. Accepted, .
  • Peters AT, Smith RA, Kassel MT, Hagan M, Maki P, Van Meter A, Briceño EM, Ryan KA, Weldon AL, Weisenbach SL, Starkman MN, Langenecker SA (date unknown). A pilot investigation of differential neuroendocrine associations with fronto-limbic activation during semantically-cued list learning in mood disorders. Vol. 239, 180-191. Accepted, .
  • Kamkwalala AR, Maki PM, Langenecker SA, Phan KL, Weber KM, Rubin LH (date unknown). Sex-specific effects of low-dose hydrocortisone on threat detection in HIV. Vol. 27, 716-726. Accepted, .
  • Menkes MW, Andrews CM, Burgess HJ, Carley I, Marshall DF, Langenecker SA, McInnis MG, Deldin PJ, Ryan KA (date unknown). Sleep quality and neuropsychological functioning in bipolar I disorder. Vol. 293, 133-140. Accepted, .
  • Shillington AC, Langenecker SA, Shelton RC, Foxworth P, Allen L, Rhodes M, Pesa J, Williamson D, Rovner MH (date unknown). Development of a patient decision aid for treatment resistant depression. Vol. 275, 299-306. Accepted, .
  • Hsu DT, Sankar A, Malik MA, Langenecker SA, Mickey BJ, Love TM (date unknown). Common neural responses to romantic rejection and acceptance in healthy adults. Vol. 15, 571-583. Accepted, .
  • Stange JP, Jenkins LM, Pocius S, Kreutzer K, Bessette KL, DelDonno SR, Kling LR, Bhaumik R, Welsh RC, Keilp JG, Phan KL, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Using resting-state intrinsic network connectivity to identify suicide risk in mood disorders. Vol. 50, 2324-2334. Accepted, .
  • Manczak EM, Skerrett KA, Gabriel LB, Ryan KA, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Family support: A possible buffer against disruptive events for individuals with and without remitted depression. Vol. 32, 926-935. Accepted, .
  • Bhatt T,Patel P,Dusane S,DelDonno SR,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Neural mechanisms involved in mental imagery of slip-perturbation while walking: A preliminary fMRI study. Vol. 12. Accepted, .
  • Bhatt T, Patel P, Dusane S, DelDonno SR, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Neural Mechanisms Involved in Mental Imagery of Slip-Perturbation While Walking: A Preliminary fMRI Study. Vol. 12, 203. Accepted, .
  • Cerny BM, Stange JP, Kling LR, Hamlat EJ, O'Donnell LA, Deveney C, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Self-reported affective biases, but not all affective performance biases, are present in depression remission. Vol. 58, 274-288. Accepted, .
  • DelDonno SR, Mickey BJ, Pruitt PJ, Stange JP, Hsu DT, Weldon AL, Zubieta JK, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Influence of childhood adversity, approach motivation traits, and depression on individual differences in brain activation during reward anticipation. Vol. 146, 107709. Accepted, .
  • Conrin SD,Zhan L,Morrissey ZD,Xing M,Forbes A,Maki P,Milad MR,Ajilore O,Langenecker SA,Leow AD (date unknown). From default mode network to the basal configuration: Sex differences in the resting-state brain connectivity as a function of age and their clinical correlates. Vol. 9. Accepted, .
  • Conrin SD, Zhan L, Morrissey ZD, Xing M, Forbes A, Maki P, Milad MR, Ajilore O, Langenecker SA, Leow AD (date unknown). From Default Mode Network to the Basal Configuration: Sex Differences in the Resting-State Brain Connectivity as a Function of Age and Their Clinical Correlates. Vol. 9, 365. Accepted, .
  • Westlund Schreiner M,Dillahunt AK,Frandsen SB,DelDonno SR,Schubert BL,Pocius SL,Jenkins LM,Kassel MT,Bessette KL,Thomas L,Stange JP,Crowell SE,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Increased sensitivity of insula to supraliminal faces in adults with histories of mood disorders and self-injury. Vol. 152, 167-174. Accepted, .
  • Crane NA, Langenecker SA, Mermelstein RJ (date unknown). Risk factors for alcohol, marijuana, and cigarette polysubstance use during adolescence and young adulthood: A 7-year longitudinal study of youth at high risk for smoking escalation. Vol. 119, 106944. Accepted, .
  • Smith AJ,Wright H,Griffin BJ,Ehman AC,Shoji K,Love TM,Morrow E,Locke A,Call M,Kerig PK,Olff M,Benight CC,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Mental health risks differentially associated with immunocompromised status among healthcare workers and family members at the pandemic outset. Vol. 15. Accepted, .
  • Gorka SM, Young CB, Klumpp H, Kennedy AE, Francis J, Ajilore O, Langenecker SA, Shankman SA, Craske MG, Stein MB, Phan KL (date unknown). Emotion-based brain mechanisms and predictors for SSRI and CBT treatment of anxiety and depression: a randomized trial. Vol. 44, 1639-1648. Accepted, .
  • Weine SM, Langenecker S, Arenliu A (date unknown). Global mental health and the National Institute of Mental Health Research Domain Criteria. Vol. 64, 436-442. Accepted, .
  • Ryan KA, Vederman AC, McFadden EM, Weldon AL, Kamali M, Langenecker SA, McInnis MG (date unknown). Differential executive functioning performance by phase of bipolar disorder. Vol. 14, 527-36. Accepted, .
  • Zulueta J, Piscitello A, Rasic M, Easter R, Babu P, Langenecker SA, McInnis M, Ajilore O, Nelson PC, Ryan K, Leow A (date unknown). Predicting Mood Disturbance Severity with Mobile Phone Keystroke Metadata: A BiAffect Digital Phenotyping Study. Vol. 20, e241. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA, Westlund Schreiner M, Thomas LR, Bessette KL, DelDonno SR, Jenkins LM, Easter RE, Stange JP, Pocius SL, Dillahunt A, Love TM, Phan KL, Koppelmans V, Paulus M, Lindquist MA, Caffo B, Mickey BJ, Welsh RC (date unknown). Using Network Parcels and Resting-State Networks to Estimate Correlates of Mood Disorder and Related Research Domain Criteria Constructs of Reward Responsiveness and Inhibitory Control. Accepted, .
  • Sankar A, Yttredahl AA, Fourcade EW, Mickey BJ, Love TM, Langenecker SA, Hsu DT (date unknown). Dissociable Neural Responses to Monetary and Social Gain and Loss in Women With Major Depressive Disorder. Vol. 13, 149. Accepted, .
  • Sankar A,Yttredahl AA,Fourcade EW,Mickey BJ,Love TM,Langenecker SA,Hsu DT (date unknown). Dissociable neural responses to monetary and social gain and loss in women with major depressive disorder. Vol. 13. Accepted, .
  • Feldhaus CG,Jacobs RH,Watkins ER,Peters AT,Bessette KL,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Rumination-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Decreases Anxiety and Increases Behavioral Activation Among Remitted Adolescents. Vol. 29, 1982-1991. Accepted, .
  • Vesel C, Rashidisabet H, Zulueta J, Stange JP, Duffecy J, Hussain F, Piscitello A, Bark J, Langenecker SA, Young S, Mounts E, Omberg L, Nelson PC, Moore RC, Koziol D, Bourne K, Bennett CC, Ajilore O, Demos AP, Leow A (date unknown). Effects of mood and aging on keystroke dynamics metadata and their diurnal patterns in a large open-science sample: A BiAffect iOS study. Vol. 27, 1007-1018. Accepted, .
  • DelDonno SR, Karstens AJ, Cerny B, Kling LR, Jenkins LM, Stange JP, Nusslock R, Shankman SA, Langenecker SA (date unknown). The Titrated Monetary Incentive Delay Task: Sensitivity, convergent and divergent validity, and neural correlates in an RDoC sample. Vol. 41, 512-529. Accepted, .
  • Peters AT, Ren X, Bessette KL, Goldstein BI, West AE, Langenecker SA, Pandey GN (date unknown). Interplay between pro-inflammatory cytokines, childhood trauma, and executive function in depressed adolescents. Vol. 114, 1-10. Accepted, .
  • Karstens AJ, Korzun I, Avery ET, Kassel MT, Keelan R, Kales H, Abercrombie H, Eisenlohr-Moul T, Langenecker SA, Weisenbach S (date unknown). Examining HPA-axis functioning as a mediator of the relationship between depression and cognition across the adult lifespan. Vol. 26, 507-520. Accepted, .
  • Bessette KL, Jacobs RH, Heleniak C, Peters AT, Welsh RC, Watkins ER, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Malleability of rumination: An exploratory model of CBT-based plasticity and long-term reduced risk for depressive relapse among youth from a pilot randomized clinical trial. Vol. 15, e0233539. Accepted, .
  • Smith AJ, Wright H, Griffin BJ, Ehman AC, Shoji K, Love TM, Morrow E, Locke A, Call M, Kerig PK, Olff M, Benight CC, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Mental health risks differentially associated with immunocompromised status among healthcare workers and family members at the pandemic outset. Vol. 15, 100285. Accepted, .
  • Bessette KL,Jenkins LM,Skerrett KA,Gowins JR,DelDonno SR,Zubieta JK,McInnis MG,Jacobs RH,Ajilore O,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Reliability convergent validity and time invariance of default mode network deviations in early adult major depressive disorder. Vol. 9. Accepted, .
  • Liu H, Funkhouser CJ, Langenecker SA, Shankman SA (date unknown). Set Shifting and Inhibition Deficits as Potential Endophenotypes for Depression. Vol. 300, 113931. Accepted, .
  • Peters AT, Jenkins LM, Stange JP, Bessette KL, Skerrett KA, Kling LR, Welsh RC, Milad MR, Phan KL, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Pre-scan cortisol is differentially associated with enhanced connectivity to the cognitive control network in young adults with a history of depression. Vol. 104, 219-227. Accepted, .
  • Thomas PJ, Panchamukhi S, Nathan J, Francis J, Langenecker S, Gorka S, Leow A, Klumpp H, Phan KL, Ajilore OA (date unknown). Graph theoretical measures of the uncinate fasciculus subnetwork as predictors and correlates of treatment response in a transdiagnostic psychiatric cohort. Vol. 299, 111064. Accepted, .
  • Weldon AL,Hagan M,Van Meter A,Jacobs RH,Kassel MT,Hazlett KE,Haase BD,Vederman AC,Avery E,Briceno EM,Welsh RC,Zubieta JK,Weisenbach SL,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Stress response to the functional magnetic resonance imaging environment in healthy adults relates to the degree of limbic reactivity during emotion processing. Vol. 71, 85-96. Accepted, .
  • Wright HM, Griffin BJ, Shoji K, Love TM, Langenecker SA, Benight CC, Smith AJ (date unknown). Pandemic-related mental health risk among front line personnel. Vol. 137, 673-680. Accepted, .
  • Feurer C, Jimmy J, Chang F, Langenecker SA, Phan KL, Ajilore O, Klumpp H (date unknown). Resting state functional connectivity correlates of rumination and worry in internalizing psychopathologies. Vol. 38, 488-497. Accepted, .
  • Fitzgerald JM, Klumpp H, Langenecker S, Phan KL (date unknown). Transdiagnostic neural correlates of volitional emotion regulation in anxiety and depression. Vol. 36, 453-464. Accepted, .
  • Roberts H, Jacobs RH, Bessette KL, Crowell SE, Westlund-Schreiner M, Thomas L, Easter RE, Pocius SL, Dillahunt A, Frandsen S, Schubert B, Farstead B, Kerig P, Welsh RC, Jago D, Langenecker SA, Watkins ER (date unknown). Mechanisms of rumination change in adolescent depression (RuMeChange): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial of rumination-focused cognitive behavioural therapy to reduce ruminative habit and risk of depressive relapse in high-ruminating adolescents. Vol. 21, 206. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA, Klumpp H, Peters AT, Crane NA, DelDonno SR, Bessette KL, Ajilore O, Leow A, Shankman SA, Walker SJ, Ransom MT, Hsu DT, Phan KL, Zubieta JK, Mickey BJ, Stange JP (date unknown). Multidimensional imaging techniques for prediction of treatment response in major depressive disorder. Vol. 91, 38-48. Accepted, .
  • Easter RE, Ryan KA, Estabrook R, Marshall DF, McInnis MG, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Limited time-specific and longitudinal effects of depressive and manic symptoms on cognition in bipolar spectrum disorders. Accepted, .
  • Tart-Zelvin A, Navis BA, Lamping EM, Langenecker SA, Ryan KA, McInnis MG, Marshall DF (date unknown). Low rate of performance validity failures among individuals with bipolar disorder. 1-8. Accepted, .
  • Rubin LH, Langenecker SA, Phan KL, Keating SM, Neigh GN, Weber KM, Maki PM (date unknown). Remitted depression and cognition in HIV: The role of cortisol and inflammation. Vol. 114, 104609. Accepted, .
  • Peterman JS, Marshall DF, Lamping E, Easter RE, Babu P, Langenecker SA, McInnis MG, Ryan KA (date unknown). Decreased working memory capacity among individuals with a mood disorder who have increased metabolic burden. Vol. 266, 387-393. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA, Mickey BJ, Eichhammer P, Sen S, Elverman KH, Kennedy SE, Heitzeg MM, Ribeiro SM, Love TM, Hsu DT, Koeppe RA, Watson SJ, Akil H, Goldman D, Burmeister M, Zubieta JK (date unknown). Cognitive Control as a 5-HT1A-Based Domain That Is Disrupted in Major Depressive Disorder. Vol. 10, 691. Accepted, .
  • Bhaumik R, Jenkins LM, Gowins JR, Jacobs RH, Barba A, Bhaumik DK, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Multivariate pattern analysis strategies in detection of remitted major depressive disorder using resting state functional connectivity. Vol. 16, 390-398. Accepted, .
  • Dillahunt AK,Feldman DA,Thomas LR,Farstead BW,Frandsen SB,Lee S,Pazdera M,Galloway J,Bessette KL,Roberts H,Crowell SE,Watkins ER,Langenecker SA,Schreiner MW (date unknown). Self-Injury in Adolescence Is Associated with Greater Behavioral Risk Avoidance, Not Risk-Taking. Vol. 11. Accepted, .
  • Hymen EA, Rao JA, Peters AT, Jenkins LM, Weisenbach SL, Kassel MT, Farah LB, Skerrett KA, Haywood JT, Angers K, Pester B, Baker A, Zubieta JK, Ryan KA, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Memory differences by sex, but not by previous diagnosis of major depressive disorder. Vol. 27, 134-142. Accepted, .
  • Caveney AF, Langenecker SA, Pandey AS, Farah LB, Ortiz JA, Huq N, Bhaumik R, Thompson BG, Giordani BJ, Auer D, Morgenstern LB (date unknown). Neuropsychological Changes in Patients Undergoing Treatment of Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms. Vol. 84, 581-587. Accepted, .
  • Dillahunt AK, Feldman DA, Thomas LR, Farstead BW, Frandsen SB, Lee S, Pazdera M, Galloway J, Bessette KL, Roberts H, Crowell SE, Watkins ER, Langenecker SA, Westlund Schreiner M (date unknown). Self-Injury in Adolescence Is Associated with Greater Behavioral Risk Avoidance, Not Risk-Taking. Vol. 11. Accepted, .
  • Smith AJ, Shoji K, Griffin BJ, Sippel LM, Dworkin ER, Wright HM, Morrow E, Locke A, Love TM, Harris JI, Kaniasty K, Langenecker SA, Benight CC (date unknown). Social cognitive mechanisms in healthcare worker resilience across time during the pandemic. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA, Phillips ML (date unknown). Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience: Tools, Techniques, and Transformative Frameworks. Vol. 87, 308-311. Accepted, .
  • Passarotti AM,Balaban L,Colman LD,Katz LA,Trivedi N,Liu L,Langenecker SA (date unknown). A Preliminary Study on the Functional Benefits of Computerized Working Memory Training in Children With Pediatric Bipolar Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Vol. 10. Accepted, .
  • Passarotti AM, Balaban L, Colman LD, Katz LA, Trivedi N, Liu L, Langenecker SA (date unknown). A Preliminary Study on the Functional Benefits of Computerized Working Memory Training in Children With Pediatric Bipolar Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Vol. 10, 3060. Accepted, .
  • Burkhouse KL, Stange JP, Jacobs RH, Bhaumik R, Bessette KL, Peters AT, Crane NA, Kreutzer KA, Fitzgerald K, Monk CS, Welsh RC, Phan KL, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Developmental changes in resting-state functional networks among individuals with and without internalizing psychopathologies. Vol. 36, 141-152. Accepted, .
  • Paradee CV,Rapport LJ,Lumley MA,Hanks RA,Langenecker SA,Whitman RD (date unknown). Circadian Preference and Facial Emotion Recognition Among Rehabilitation Inpatients. Vol. 53, 46-53. Accepted, .
  • Patel PJ, Bhatt T, DelDonno SR, Langenecker SA, Dusane S (date unknown). Examining Neural Plasticity for Slip-Perturbation Training: An fMRI Study. Vol. 9, 1181. Accepted, .
  • Nielson KA, Langenecker SA, Ross TJ, Garavan H, Rao SM, Stein EA (date unknown). Comparability of functional MRI response in young and old during inhibition. Vol. 15, 129-33. Accepted, .
  • Ehrlich TJ,Ryan KA,Burdick KE,Langenecker SA,McInnis MG,Marshall DF (date unknown). Cognitive subgroups and their longitudinal trajectories in bipolar disorder. Accepted, .
  • Oddo VM,Welke L,McLeod A,Pezley L,Xia Y,Maki P,Koenig MD,Kominiarek MA,Langenecker S,Tussing-Humphreys L (date unknown). Adherence to a Mediterranean Diet Is Associated with Lower Depressive Symptoms among U.S. Adults. Vol. 14. Accepted, .
  • Smith AJ,Shoji K,Griffin BJ,Sippel LM,Dworkin ER,Wright HM,Morrow E,Locke A,Love TM,Harris JI,Kaniasty K,Langenecker SA,Benight CC (date unknown). Correction to: Social cognitive mechanisms in healthcare worker resilience across time during the pandemic (Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, (2022), 10.1007/s00127-022-02247-5). Accepted, .
  • Tart-Zelvin A,Navis BA,Lamping EM,Langenecker SA,Ryan KA,McInnis MG,Marshall DF (date unknown). Low rate of performance validity failures among individuals with bipolar disorder. Accepted, .
  • Radoman M, Crane NA, Gorka SM, Weafer J, Langenecker SA, de Wit H, Phan KL (date unknown). Striatal activation to monetary reward is associated with alcohol reward sensitivity. Vol. 46, 343-350. Accepted, .
  • Pabon E, Crane NA, Radoman M, Weafer J, Langenecker SA, Phan KL, de Wit H (date unknown). Neural activation during anticipation of monetary gain or loss does not associate with positive subjective response to alcohol in binge drinkers. Vol. 218, 108432. Accepted, .
  • Feurer C,Jimmy J,Bhaumik R,Duffecy J,Medrano GR,Ajilore O,Shankman SA,Langenecker SA,Craske MG,Phan KL,Klumpp H (date unknown). Anterior cingulate cortex activation during attentional control as a transdiagnostic marker of psychotherapy response: a randomized clinical trial. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA, Kling LR, Crane NA, Gorka SM, Nusslock R, Damme KSF, Weafer J, de Wit H, Phan KL (date unknown). Anticipation of monetary reward in amygdala, insula, caudate are predictors of pleasure sensitivity to d-Amphetamine administration. Vol. 206, 107725. Accepted, .
  • Feldhaus CG, Jacobs RH, Watkins ER, Peters AT, Bessette K, Langenecker SA (date unknown). Rumination-focused cognitive behavioral therapy decreases anxiety and increases behavioral activation among remitted adolescents. Vol. 29, 1982-1991. Accepted, .
  • Patel PJ,Bhatt T,DelDonno SR,Langenecker SA,Dusane S (date unknown). Examining neural plasticity for slip-perturbation training: An fMRI study. Vol. 10. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA,Mickey BJ,Eichhammer P,Sen S,Elverman KH,Kennedy SE,Heitzeg MM,Ribeiro SM,Love TM,Hsu DT,Koeppe RA,Watson SJ,Akil H,Goldman D,Burmeister M,Zubieta JK (date unknown). Cognitive control as a 5-HT1A-based domain that is disrupted in major depressive disorder. Vol. 10. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA, Jenkins LM, Stange JP, Chang YS, DelDonno SR, Bessette KL, Passarotti AM, Bhaumik R, Ajilore O, Jacobs RH (date unknown). Cognitive control neuroimaging measures differentiate between those with and without future recurrence of depression. Vol. 20, 1001-1009. Accepted, .
  • Passarotti AM,Trivedi N,Dominguez-Colman L,Patel M,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Differences in real world executive function between children with pediatric bipolar disorder and children with ADHD. Vol. 25, 185-195. Accepted, .
  • Hamm LL,Jacobs RH,Johnson MW,Fitzgerald DA,Fitzgerald KD,Langenecker SA,Monk CS,Phan KL (date unknown). Aberrant amygdala functional connectivity at rest in pediatric anxiety disorders. Vol. 4. Accepted, .
  • Saunders EFH,Novick DM,Fernandez-Mendoza J,Kamali M,Ryan KA,Langenecker SA,Gelenberg AJ,Mcinnis MG (date unknown). Sleep quality during euthymia in bipolar disorder: The role of clinical features, personality traits, and stressful life events. Vol. 1, 1-12. Accepted, .
  • Considine CM,Weisenbach SL,Walker SJ,McFadden EM,Franti LM,Bieliauskas LA,Maixner DF,Giordani B,Berent S,Langenecker SA (date unknown). Auditory memory decrements, without dissimulation, among patients with major depressive disorder. Vol. 26, 445-453. Accepted, .
  • Smith AJ, Shoji K, Griffin BJ, Sippel LM, Dworkin ER, Wright HM, Morrow E, Locke A, Love TM, Harris JI, Kaniasty K, Langenecker SA, Benight CC (date unknown). Correction to: Social cognitive mechanisms in healthcare worker resilience across time during the pandemic. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA,Jacobs RH,Passarotti AM (date unknown). Current Neural and Behavioral Dimensional Constructs Across Mood Disorders. (pp. 144-153). Vol. 1. Accepted, .
  • Langenecker SA,Crane NA,Jenkins LM,Phan KL,Klumpp H (date unknown). Pathways to Neuroprediction: Opportunities and Challenges to Prediction of Treatment Response in Depression. (pp. 48-60). Vol. 5. Accepted, .