Seth David Pollak
Seth David Pollak
Bascom Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin - Madison
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Emotional expressions reconsidered: Challenges to inferring emotion from human facial movements
LF Barrett, R Adolphs, S Marsella, AM Martinez, SD Pollak
Psychological science in the public interest 20 (1), 1-68, 2019
Abnormalities of the left temporal lobe and thought disorder in schizophrenia: a quantitative magnetic resonance imaging study
ME Shenton, R Kikinis, FA Jolesz, SD Pollak, M LeMay, CG Wible, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 327 (9), 604-612, 1992
Recognizing emotion in faces: developmental effects of child abuse and neglect.
SD Pollak, D Cicchetti, K Hornung, A Reed
Developmental psychology 36 (5), 679, 2000
Association of child poverty, brain development, and academic achievement
NL Hair, JL Hanson, BL Wolfe, SD Pollak
JAMA pediatrics 169 (9), 822-829, 2015
Early experience in humans is associated with changes in neuropeptides critical for regulating social behavior
ABW Fries, TE Ziegler, JR Kurian, S Jacoris, SD Pollak
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (47), 17237-17240, 2005
Effects of early experience on children's recognition of facial displays of emotion.
SD Pollak, P Sinha
Developmental psychology 38 (5), 784, 2002
Behavioral problems after early life stress: contributions of the hippocampus and amygdala
JL Hanson, BM Nacewicz, MJ Sutterer, AA Cayo, SM Schaefer, ...
Biological psychiatry 77 (4), 314-323, 2015
Selective attention to facial emotion in physically abused children.
SD Pollak, SA Tolley-Schell
Journal of abnormal psychology 112 (3), 323, 2003
Early experience is associated with the development of categorical representations for facial expressions of emotion
SD Pollak, DJ Kistler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (13), 9072-9076, 2002
Pubertal development: correspondence between hormonal and physical development
EA Shirtcliff, RE Dahl, SD Pollak
Child development 80 (2), 327-337, 2009
Attention, Emotion, and the Development of Psychopathology.
SD Pollak, S Tolley-Schell
The Guilford Press, 2004
Neurodevelopmental effects of early deprivation in postinstitutionalized children
SD Pollak, CA Nelson, MF Schlaak, BJ Roeber, SS Wewerka, KL Wiik, ...
Child development 81 (1), 224-236, 2010
Early stress is associated with alterations in the orbitofrontal cortex: a tensor-based morphometry investigation of brain structure and behavioral risk
JL Hanson, MK Chung, BB Avants, EA Shirtcliff, JC Gee, RJ Davidson, ...
Journal of neuroscience 30 (22), 7466-7472, 2010
Family poverty affects the rate of human infant brain growth
J Hanson, N Hair, D Shen, F Shi, J Gilmore, B Wolfe, D Pollak, Seth
PLOS One, 2013
Social vocalizations can release oxytocin in humans
LJ Seltzer, TE Ziegler, SD Pollak
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), 2661-2666, 2010
Physical abuse amplifies attention to threat and increases anxiety in children.
JE Shackman, AJ Shackman, SD Pollak
Emotion 7 (4), 838, 2007
Development of perceptual expertise in emotion recognition
SD Pollak, M Messner, DJ Kistler, JF Cohn
Cognition 110 (2), 242-247, 2009
Association between income and the hippocampus
JL Hanson, A Chandra, BL Wolfe, SD Pollak
PloS one 6 (5), e18712, 2011
Environmental influences on brain-behavioral development: Evidence from child abuse and neglect
JE Shackman, AB Wismer Fries, SD Pollak
Handbook of developmental cognitive neuroscience 2, 869-881, 2008
Mechanisms linking early experience and the emergence of emotions: Illustrations from the study of maltreated children
SD Pollak
Current directions in psychological science 17 (6), 370-375, 2008
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