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Tumor Lysis Syndrome After Bortezomib Therapy for Plasma Cell Leukemia

Adam D. Jaskiewicz, John D. Herrington, Lucas Wong
2005 Pharmacotherapy  
Tumor Lysis Syndrome After Bortezomib Therapy for Plasma Cell Leukemia Adam D. Jaskiewicz, Pharm.D., Jon D. Herrington, Pharm.D., and Lucas Wong, M.D.  ...  Jaskiewicz and Herrington) and Medicine, Division of Hematology and Oncology (Dr. Wong), Scott and White Memorial Hospital and Clinic, Temple, Texas. Address reprint requests to Jon D.  ... 
doi:10.1592/phco.2005.25.12.1820 pmid:16305302 fatcat:gnseusu32vcbznjwhlrmn4kgz4

Evaluation of the Social Motivation Hypothesis of Autism

Caitlin C. Clements, Alisa R. Zoltowski, Lisa D. Yankowitz, Benjamin E. Yerys, Robert T. Schultz, John D. Herrington
2018 JAMA psychiatry  
= −0.25 [95% CI, −0.41 to −0.08]; nonsocial reward, caudate and anterior cingulate cluster: d = −0.22 [95% CI, −0.42 to −0.02]; restricted interests, caudate and nucleus accumbens cluster: d = 0.42 [95%  ...  disorder was associated with aberrant processing of both social and nonsocial rewards in striatal regions and increased activation in response to restricted interests ( social reward, caudate cluster: d  ...  nucleus accumbens (−2, 16, −4; d = −0.21; 95% CI, −0.40 to −0.02; P < .0001), anterior cingulate cortex (−8, 2, 26; d = −0.22; 95% CI, −0.42 to −0.02; P < .0001), and right insula (38, −4, 16; d = −0.19  ... 
doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2018.1100 pmid:29898209 pmcid:PMC6143096 fatcat:czwolwtdo5g65hxgnwcosm2d4a

Globally weaker and topologically different: resting-state connectivity in youth with autism

Benjamin E. Yerys, John D. Herrington, Theodore D. Satterthwaite, Lisa Guy, Robert T. Schultz, Danielle S. Bassett
2017 Molecular Autism  
We created a subset of 60 participants from each group well-matched on age, IQ, and sex ratio (all p's ≥ 0.80, Cohen's d ≤ 0.05).  ...  Groups were well matched on in-scanner motion (mean root mean square displacement: ASD M = 0.10, SD = 0.04; TDC M = 0.11, SD = 0.04; t(158.79) = 1.13, p = 0.26, Cohen's d = 0.25).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13229-017-0156-6 pmid:28770039 pmcid:PMC5530457 fatcat:mw4m2ggyrndgbi2ls7gzdujzgy

Arterial spin labeling provides a reliable neurobiological marker of autism spectrum disorder

Benjamin E. Yerys, John D. Herrington, Gregory K. Bartley, Hua-Shan Liu, John A. Detre, Robert T. Schultz
2018 Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders  
Facial Recognition Test, TDC typically developing control, VABS-II Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, second edition a NB: For ease of displaying behavioral data, whole numbers are given, but Cohen's d  ...  ASD n = 33 TDC n = 25 p value Cohen's d a Age (years)-M(SD) 14.9 (1.73) 14.9 (1.66) 0.98 0.01 FSIQ-M(SD) 94 (20) 123 (18) < 0.001 1.53 Range 47-133 87-155 Verbal IQ-M(SD) 99 (22)  ... 
doi:10.1186/s11689-018-9250-0 pmid:30541425 pmcid:PMC6292037 fatcat:dhfhg7vtsvbqpeh6ijty2ewaaa

Bidirectional communication between amygdala and fusiform gyrus during facial recognition

John D. Herrington, James M. Taylor, Daniel W. Grupe, Kim M. Curby, Robert T. Schultz
2011 NeuroImage  
et al., 2006 Herrington et al., , 2010 .  ...  The asymmetry analysis procedure used here closely followed that of Herrington et al. (2010) , directly testing the PE at each voxel with its contralateral homologue (i.e., the voxel with the opposite  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.03.072 pmid:21497657 pmcid:PMC3137553 fatcat:frqarys2ujh2xelr5j4dy36jdy

Evidence against the "normalization" prediction of the early brain overgrowth hypothesis of autism

Lisa D. Yankowitz, John D. Herrington, Benjamin E. Yerys, Joseph A. Pereira, Juhi Pandey, Robert T. Schultz
2020 Molecular Autism  
IQ positively predicted all three measures (b, d, f).  ...  Note that groups are not matched for age and IQ, and that Cohen's d does not account for these factors Yale group means ASD mean (SD) TDC mean (SD) Cohen's d TBV 1233.38 (110.9) 1196.13 (108.09  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13229-020-00353-2 pmid:32552879 fatcat:rwn4gmalbjdpffslqd6bmlxlqa

Localization of asymmetric brain function in emotion and depression

John D. Herrington, Wendy Heller, Aprajita Mohanty, Anna S. Engels, Marie T. Banich, Andrew G. Webb, Gregory A. Miller
2010 Psychophysiology  
D. Herrington et al. EEG findings.  ...  D.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.2009.00958.x pmid:20070577 pmcid:PMC3086589 fatcat:pgotqs3lpveslkdhwt6lymzdce

Specificity of emotion-related effects on attentional processing in schizotypy

Aprajita Mohanty, Wendy Heller, Nancy S. Koven, Joscelyn E. Fisher, John D. Herrington, Gregory A. Miller
2008 Schizophrenia Research  
values as measures of the magnitude of the various relationships: A, between IV and DV; B, between potential mediator and IV; C, between mediator and DV, with variance associated with the IV removed; and D,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.schres.2008.03.003 pmid:18440784 pmcid:PMC2881633 fatcat:x7zr5r36wjb7bglgvkqlanwdga

Emotion disrupts neural activity during selective attention in psychopathy

Naomi Sadeh, Jeffrey M. Spielberg, Wendy Heller, John D. Herrington, Anna S. Engels, Stacie L. Warren, Laura D. Crocker, Bradley P. Sutton, Gregory A. Miller
2011 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
(D) Activation in medial orbitofrontal cortex/frontal pole. Table 1 1 Brain areas moderated by NEO-FFI estimated psychopathy dimensions and correlations with behaviorNote. L ¼ left. R ¼ right.  ...  Clusters emerged in: (C) left temporal and temporal-parietal cortex; (D) left temporal cortex, extending into orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) and inferior frontal gyrus (IFG); (E) medial and lateral frontal  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsr092 pmid:22210673 pmcid:PMC3594718 fatcat:ccjkeucobjehhmjnka6suenfu4

Linguistic camouflage in girls with autism spectrum disorder

Julia Parish-Morris, Mark Y. Liberman, Christopher Cieri, John D. Herrington, Benjamin E. Yerys, Leila Bateman, Joseph Donaher, Emily Ferguson, Juhi Pandey, Robert T. Schultz
2017 Molecular Autism  
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is diagnosed more frequently in boys than girls, even when girls are equally symptomatic. Cutting-edge behavioral imaging has detected "camouflaging" in girls with ASD, wherein social behaviors appear superficially typical, complicating diagnosis. The present study explores a new kind of camouflage based on language differences. Pauses during conversation can be filled with words like UM or UH, but research suggests that these two words are pragmatically distinct
more » ... e.g., UM is used to signal longer pauses, and may correlate with greater social communicative sophistication than UH). Large-scale research suggests that women and younger people produce higher rates of UM during conversational pauses than do men and older people, who produce relatively more UH. Although it has been argued that children and adolescents with ASD use UM less often than typical peers, prior research has not included sufficient numbers of girls to examine whether sex explains this effect. Here, we explore UM vs. UH in school-aged boys and girls with ASD, and ask whether filled pauses relate to dimensional measures of autism symptom severity. Methods: Sixty-five verbal school-aged participants with ASD (49 boys, 16 girls, IQ estimates in the average range) participated, along with a small comparison group of typically developing children (8 boys, 9 girls). Speech samples from the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule were orthographically transcribed and time-aligned, with filled pauses marked. Parents completed the Social Communication Questionnaire and the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales. Results: Girls used UH less often than boys across both diagnostic groups. UH suppression resulted in higher UM ratios for girls than boys, and overall filled pause rates were higher for typical children than for children with ASD. Higher UM ratios correlated with better socialization in boys with ASD, but this effect was driven by increased use of UH by boys with greater symptoms. Conclusions: Pragmatic language markers distinguish girls and boys with ASD, mirroring sex differences in the general population. One implication of this finding is that typical-sounding disfluency patterns (i.e., reduced relative UH production leading to higher UM ratios) may normalize the way girls with ASD sound relative to other children, serving as "linguistic camouflage" for a naïve listener and distinguishing them from boys with ASD. This first-of-its-kind study highlights the importance of continued commitment to understanding how sex and gender change the way that ASD manifests, and illustrates the potential of natural language to contribute to objective "behavioral imaging" diagnostics for ASD.
doi:10.1186/s13229-017-0164-6 pmid:29021889 pmcid:PMC5622482 fatcat:l3lgy6oqvbcktgf5yd5tlh4se4

Anxiety and social deficits have distinct relationships with amygdala function in autism spectrum disorder

John D. Herrington, Judith S. Miller, Juhi Pandey, Robert T. Schultz
2016 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
(D) TDC vs a low-anxiety ASD subgroup, as measured via the SCARED Separation Anxiety Score.  ...  As a control task, side-by-side pairs of houses were used (for more details, see Herrington et al., 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsw015 pmid:26865425 pmcid:PMC4884314 fatcat:zo2cwv6x3rdqrizjra4bjwdcpm

Development of a spontaneously active dorsal root ganglia assay using multiwell multielectrode arrays

Kim Newberry, Shuya Wang, Nina Hoque, Laszlo Kiss, Michael K. Ahlijanian, James Herrington, John D. Graef
2016 Journal of Neurophysiology  
D: flow chart summarizing the overall analysis in MATLAB. Fig. 3 . 3 Density-dependent increases in overall spontaneous activity.  ...  The day before dissection, MEA wells were coated with a 50-g/ml solution of poly-D-lysine (Sigma, St. Louis, MO) for 2 h in a 37°C cell-culture incubator.  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.01122.2015 pmid:27052585 pmcid:PMC4946598 fatcat:2k5dh3mio5djtddjucioazesc4

Caregiver Report of Executive Functioning in Adolescent Females With Anorexia Nervosa or Autism Spectrum Disorder

C. Alix Timko, John D. Herrington, Anushua Bhattacharya, Emily S. Kuschner, Benjamin E. Yerys
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
only published report comparing caregiver report on the BRIEF for adolescents with AN (N = 24) and healthy controls (N = 37), adolescents with AN had significantly higher scores than healthy controls (d  ...  Group M SD t P d 95% confidence interval Inhibit AN 49.68 7.888 −0.189 0.852 −0.040 −3.82-3.18 ASD 68.28 15.043 6.543 0.000 1.215 12.55-24.00 Shift AN 60.45 9.610 5.103 0.000  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.586264 pmid:33633624 pmcid:PMC7899966 fatcat:ohdvj2h3njgzjkexukpkp7lnte

Bayesian regression-based developmental norms for the Benton Facial Recognition Test in males and females

Leah A. L. Wang, John D. Herrington, Birkan Tunç, Robert T. Schultz
2020 Behavior Research Methods  
However, the a b s e n c e o f a d e q ua t e de v e l o p m en t al n o r m s f o r simultaneous-presentation face recognition tests has limite d t h e r e s e a r c h o n i d e n t i t y p e r c e p  ...  Third, females scored slightly but significantly higher on the BFRT than males (Cohen's d = 0.33).  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-019-01331-0 pmid:31907754 pmcid:PMC7335687 fatcat:4vrat2xds5a5hgit6xmvworweu

Trait approach and avoidance motivation: Lateralized neural activity associated with executive function

Jeffrey M. Spielberg, Gregory A. Miller, Anna S. Engels, John D. Herrington, Bradley P. Sutton, Marie T. Banich, Wendy Heller
2011 NeuroImage  
., Herrington et al., 2005 Herrington et al., , 2010 , those studies cannot provide insight into this issue.  ...  (D and E) Activation for IvC correlating positively with avoidance temperament.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.08.037 pmid:20728552 pmcid:PMC2962704 fatcat:4qg7rtyov5dnnluk7qwen66azu
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