Walton T Roth
Walton T Roth
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei stanford.edu
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Clinical application of the P3 component of event-related potentials. II. Dementia, depression and schizophrenia
A Pfefferbaum, BG Wenegrat, JM Ford, WT Roth, BS Kopell
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1984
6661984
Clinical application of the P3 component of event-related potentials. I. Normal aging
A Pfefferbaum, JM Ford, BG Wenegrat, WT Roth, BS Kopell
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1984
5051984
Publication recommendations for electrodermal measurements
Society for Psychophysiological Research Ad Hoc Committee on Electrodermal ...
Psychophysiology 49 (8), 1017-1034, 2012
4542012
Cardiovascular, electrodermal, and respiratory response patterns to fear‐and sadness‐inducing films
SD Kreibig, FH Wilhelm, WT Roth, JJ Gross
Psychophysiology 44 (5), 787-806, 2007
4422007
P3 in schizophrenia is affected by stimulus modality, response requirements, medication status, and negative symptoms
A Pfefferbaum, JM Ford, PM White, WT Roth
Archives of general psychiatry 46 (11), 1035-1044, 1989
4161989
Some features of the auditory evoked response in schizophrenics
WT Roth, EH Cannon
Archives of general psychiatry 27 (4), 466-471, 1972
3541972
Core concepts in health
P Insel, W Roth, J Irwin, S Burke
3462011
Selective processing of threat cues in subjects with panic attacks
A Ehlers, J Margraf, S Davies, WT Roth
Cognition & Emotion 2 (3), 201-219, 1988
3241988
Reduced communication between frontal and temporal lobes during talking in schizophrenia
JM Ford, DH Mathalon, S Whitfield, WO Faustman, WT Roth
Biological psychiatry 51 (6), 485-492, 2002
3092002
Panic attacks in the natural environment
WS AGRAS
2991987
Event-related potentials recorded from young and old adults during a memory retrieval task
JM Ford, WT Roth, RC Mohs, WF Hopkins III, BS Kopell
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 47 (4), 450-459, 1979
2911979
Age-related changes in auditory event-related potentials
A Pfefferbaum, JM Ford, WT Roth, BS Kopell
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 49 (3-4), 266-276, 1980
2791980
Muscle relaxation therapy for anxiety disorders: It works but how?
A Conrad, WT Roth
Journal of anxiety disorders 21 (3), 243-264, 2007
2692007
The emotional Stroop effect in anxiety disorders: General emotionality or disorder specificity?
ES Becker, M Rinck, J Margraf, WT Roth
Journal of anxiety disorders 15 (3), 147-159, 2001
2682001
Fit & Well: Core concepts and labs in physical fitness and wellness
TD Fahey, PM Insel, WT Roth, C Insel
McGraw-Hill, 2003
2532003
Combined pharmacological and behavioral treatment for agoraphobia
MJ Telch, WS Agras, CB Taylor, WT Roth, CC Gallen
Behaviour research and therapy 23 (3), 325-335, 1985
2511985
I should but I won’t: Why young children endorse norms of fair sharing but do not follow them
CE Smith, PR Blake, PL Harris
PloS one 8 (3), e59510, 2013
2462013
Neurophysiological evidence of corollary discharge dysfunction in schizophrenia
JM Ford, DH Mathalon, T Heinks, S Kalba, WO Faustman, WT Roth
American Journal of Psychiatry 158 (12), 2069-2071, 2001
2402001
ERPs in schizophrenia: effects of antipsychotic medication
JM Ford, PM White, JG Csernansky, WO Faustman, WT Roth, ...
Biological psychiatry 36 (3), 153-170, 1994
2401994
Auditory evoked potentials to unpredictable shifts in pitch
JM Ford, WT Roth, BS Kopell
Psychophysiology 13 (1), 32-39, 1976
2401976
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