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Changes in interoception after alcohol administration correlate with expectancies and subjective effects.

Mateo Leganes-Fonteneau, Marsha E Bates, Shahriar Islam, Jennifer F Buckman,

Interoceptive signals give rise to subjective feeling states that can drive motivational and behavioural responses. In the context of alcohol use behaviours, interoceptive signals may shape subjective alcohol experiences and thereby support biobehavioural mechanisms of drinking behaviour change. This study examined the acute effects of alcohol on participants' interoceptive abilities ... Read more >>

Addict Biol (Addiction biology)
[2021, :e13098]

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Cardiovascular mechanisms of interoceptive awareness: Effects of resonance breathing.

Mateo Leganes-Fonteneau, Marsha E Bates, Neel Muzumdar, Anthony Pawlak, Shahriar Islam, Evgeny Vaschillo, Jennifer F Buckman,

Interoception, the ability to perceive internal bodily sensations, and heart rate variability (HRV) share common physiological pathways, including the baroreflex feedback loop. The baroreflex can be activated by resonance breathing, wherein respiration is paced at 6 times per minute (0.1 Hz), eliciting immediate physiological changes and longer-term therapeutic responses. This registered ... Read more >>

Int J Psychophysiol (International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology)
[2021, 169:71-87]

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Does alcohol affect emotional face processing via interoceptive pathways?

Mateo Leganes-Fonteneau, Marsha E Bates, Anthony Pawlak, Jennifer F Buckman,

<h4>Background</h4>Our brain uses interoceptive signals from the body to shape how we perceive emotions in others; however, whether interoceptive signals can be manipulated to alter emotional perceptions is unknown. Alcohol has acute effects both on emotional processing and on the physiological substrates supporting interoception. In this registered report, we examine ... Read more >>

Drug Alcohol Depend (Drug and alcohol dependence)
[2021, 226:108845]

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An interoceptive basis for alcohol priming effects.

Mateo Leganes-Fonteneau, Marsha E Bates, Evgeny G Vaschillo, Jennifer F Buckman,

<h4>Rationale</h4>Alcohol priming can modulate the value of rewards, as observed through the effects of acute alcohol administration on cue reactivity. However, little is known about the psychophysiological mechanisms driving these effects. Here, we examine how alcohol-induced changes in bodily states shape the development of implicit attentional biases and explicit cue ... Read more >>

Psychopharmacology (Berl) (Psychopharmacology)
[2021, 238(6):1621-1631]

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More than meets the heart: systolic amplification of different emotional faces is task dependent.

Mateo Leganes-Fonteneau, Jennifer F Buckman, Keisuke Suzuki, Anthony Pawlak, Marsha E Bates,

Interoceptive processes emanating from baroreceptor signals support emotional functioning. Previous research suggests a unique link to fear: fearful faces, presented in synchrony with systolic baroreceptor firing draw more attention and are rated as more intense than those presented at diastole. This study examines whether this effect is unique to fearful ... Read more >>

Cogn Emot (Cognition & emotion)
[2021, 35(2):400-408]

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Closing the brain-heart loop: Towards more holistic models of addiction and addiction recovery.

David Eddie, Marsha E Bates, Jennifer F Buckman,

Much research seeks to articulate the brain structures and pathways implicated in addiction and addiction recovery. Prominent neurobiological models emphasize the interplay between cortical and limbic brain regions as a main driver of addictive processes, but largely do not take into consideration sensory and visceral information streams that link context ... Read more >>

Addict Biol (Addiction biology)
[2020, :e12958]

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Getting to the Heart of Low Sensitivity to Alcohol: Context Moderates Low Cardiovascular Response to Alcohol in Persons With a Family History of Alcohol Use Disorder.

Marsha E Bates, Eun-Young Mun, Jennifer F Buckman, Evgeny Vaschillo, Bronya Vaschillo, Paul Lehrer, Tomoko Udo, Laura M Lesnewich,

<h4>Background</h4>Low sensitivity to alcohol in persons with a family history of alcoholism (FH+), compared to those without (FH-), contributes to risk for alcohol use disorder (AUD). However, sensitivity of FH+ cardiovascular response to alcohol is not well understood. This gap is significant because cardiovascular processes contribute to emotional regulation and stress ... Read more >>

Alcohol Clin Exp Res (Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research)
[2020, 44(3):589-599]

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A Roadmap for Integrating Neuroscience Into Addiction Treatment: A Consensus of the Neuroscience Interest Group of the International Society of Addiction Medicine.

Antonio Verdejo-Garcia, Valentina Lorenzetti, Victoria Manning, Hugh Piercy, Raimondo Bruno, Rob Hester, David Pennington, Serenella Tolomeo, Shalini Arunogiri, Marsha E Bates, Henrietta Bowden-Jones, Salvatore Campanella, Stacey B Daughters, Christos Kouimtsidis, Dan I Lubman, Dieter J Meyerhoff, Annaketurah Ralph, Tara Rezapour, Hosna Tavakoli, Mehran Zare-Bidoky, Anna Zilverstand, Douglas Steele, Scott J Moeller, Martin Paulus, Alex Baldacchino, Hamed Ekhtiari,

Although there is general consensus that altered brain structure and function underpins addictive disorders, clinicians working in addiction treatment rarely incorporate neuroscience-informed approaches into their practice. We recently launched the Neuroscience Interest Group within the International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM-NIG) to promote initiatives to bridge this gap. This article ... Read more >>

Front Psychiatry (Frontiers in psychiatry)
[2019, 10:877]

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Improvement in women's cardiovascular functioning during cognitive-behavioral therapy for alcohol use disorder.

Jennifer F Buckman, Bronya Vaschillo, Evgeny G Vaschillo, Elizabeth E Epstein, Tam T Nguyen-Louie, Laura M Lesnewich, David Eddie, Marsha E Bates,

The cardiovascular system is disrupted by chronic excessive alcohol use and often impaired in individuals with an alcohol use disorder (AUD). Less is known about cardiovascular recovery when an individual receives treatment for AUD. This observational study aimed to extend the growing body of evidence for cardiovascular biomarkers and intervention ... Read more >>

Psychol Addict Behav (Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors)
[2019, 33(8):659-668]

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Resonance-Paced Breathing Alters Neural Response to Visual Cues: Proof-of-Concept for a Neuroscience-Informed Adjunct to Addiction Treatments.

Marsha E Bates, Laura M Lesnewich, Sarah Grace Uhouse, Suril Gohel, Jennifer F Buckman,

Conscious attempts to regulate alcohol and drug use are often undermined by automatic attention and arousal processes that are activated in the context of salient cues. Response to these cues involves body and brain signals that are linked via dynamic feedback loops, yet no studies have targeted the cardiovascular system ... Read more >>

Front Psychiatry (Frontiers in psychiatry)
[2019, 10:624]

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Associations of depression severity with heart rate and heart rate variability in young adults across normative and clinical populations.

Laura M Lesnewich, Fiona N Conway, Jennifer F Buckman, Christopher J Brush, Peter J Ehmann, David Eddie, Ryan L Olson, Brandon L Alderman, Marsha E Bates,

Limitations of current depression treatments may arise from a lack of knowledge about unique psychophysiological processes that contribute to depression across the full range of presentations. This study examined how individual variations in heart rate (HR) and heart rate variability (HRV) are related to depressive symptoms across normative and clinical ... Read more >>

Int J Psychophysiol (International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology)
[2019, 142:57-65]

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Substance craving changes in university students receiving heart rate variability biofeedback: A longitudinal multilevel modeling approach.

Nour Alayan, David Eddie, Lucille Eller, Marsha E Bates, Dennis P Carmody,

<h4>Background</h4>Previously published findings from a study of university students living in substance use disorder (SUD) recovery housing showed an eight-session heart rate variability biofeedback (HRVB) intervention significantly reduced craving. That study, however, uncovered pronounced inter-participant variability in craving change patterns through the course of HRVB that warranted further exploration. The ... Read more >>

Addict Behav (Addictive behaviors)
[2019, 97:35-41]

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Lower resting cardiac autonomic balance in young adults with current major depression.

Christopher J Brush, Ryan L Olson, Peter J Ehmann, Anthony J Bocchine, Marsha E Bates, Jennifer F Buckman, Teresa M Leyro, Brandon L Alderman,

Research on cardiac autonomic function in major depressive disorder (MDD) has predominantly examined cardiac vagal control and adopted a model of reciprocal autonomic balance. A proposed bivariate autonomic continuum uses cardiac autonomic balance (CAB) and cardiac autonomic regulation (CAR) models, derived from normalized values of respiratory sinus arrhythmia and pre-ejection ... Read more >>

Psychophysiology (Psychophysiology)
[2019, 56(8):e13385]

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Theoretical implications and clinical support for heart rate variability biofeedback for substance use disorders.

Teresa M Leyro, Jennifer F Buckman, Marsha E Bates,

Heart rate variability (HRV) biofeedback is an accessible, cost-effective intervention that has demonstrated clinical value for numerous physical and mental health conditions; however, research on HRV biofeedback in substance use disorders (SUD) is in its nascence. We argue that HRV biofeedback may be particularly beneficial as an adjunct treatment for ... Read more >>

Curr Opin Psychol (Current opinion in psychology)
[2019, 30:92-97]

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Rest, Reactivity, and Recovery: A Psychophysiological Assessment of Borderline Personality Disorder.

David Eddie, Marsha E Bates, Evgeny G Vaschillo, Paul M Lehrer, Michelle Retkwa, Michael Miuccio,

Difficulty regulating emotion is a cardinal feature of borderline personality disorder (BPD), yet little is known about the automatic psychophysiological processes involved in this phenotype. Inconsistent findings have emerged from studies that employed limited assessments (e.g., heart rate variability, skin conductance) of autonomic nervous system response to emotional contexts, and ... Read more >>

Front Psychiatry (Frontiers in psychiatry)
[2018, 9:505]

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Assessing heart rate variability biofeedback as an adjunct to college recovery housing programs.

David Eddie, Fiona N Conway, Nour Alayan, Jennifer Buckman, Marsha E Bates,

Heart rate variability biofeedback (HRV BFB) shows promise as an adjunct intervention for individuals receiving treatment for substance use disorder (SUD), potentially due to its capacity to reduce craving and negative affect. The present study sought to examine the utility of integrating HRV biofeedback into a college recovery housing program ... Read more >>

J Subst Abuse Treat (Journal of substance abuse treatment)
[2018, 92:70-76]

Cited: 7 times

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Current Evidence on Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback as a Complementary Anticraving Intervention.

Nour Alayan, Lucille Eller, Marsha E Bates, Dennis P Carmody,

<h4>Background</h4>The limited success of conventional anticraving interventions encourages research into new treatment strategies. Heart rate variability biofeedback (HRVB), which is based on slowed breathing, was shown to improve symptom severity in various disorders. HRVB, and certain rates of controlled breathing (CB), may offer therapeutic potential as a complementary drug-free treatment ... Read more >>

J Altern Complement Med (Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.))
[2018, 24(11):1039-1050]

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The Translational Value of Psychophysiology Methods and Mechanisms: Multilevel, Dynamic, Personalized.

Jennifer F Buckman, Evgeny G Vaschillo, Maria Fonoberova, Igor Mezić, Marsha E Bates,

<h4>Objective</h4>It has been nearly 15 years since Kazdin and Nock published methodological and research recommendations for understanding mechanisms of change in child and adolescent therapy. Their arguments and enthusiasm for research on mechanisms of behavior change (MOBCs) resonated across disciplines and disorders, as it shined a light on the crucial ... Read more >>

J Stud Alcohol Drugs (Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs)
[2018, 79(2):229-238]

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Early signs of cardiovascular dysregulation in young adult binge drinkers.

Evgeny G Vaschillo, Bronya Vaschillo, Jennifer F Buckman, Sydney Heiss, Gurpreet Singh, Marsha E Bates,

Binge drinking is widespread on American college campuses, but its effects on the cardiovascular system are poorly understood. This study sought evidence of preclinical cardiovascular changes in binge drinking young adults (n = 24) compared to nondrinking (n = 24) and social drinking (n = 23) peers during baseline, paced sighing (0.033 Hz), and paced breathing ... Read more >>

Psychophysiology (Psychophysiology)
[2018, 55(5):e13036]

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Toward validation of a borderline personality disorder-relevant picture set.

David Eddie, Marsha E Bates,

This investigation sought to validate a stimulus set previously adapted by expert consensus from the International Affective Picture System to be unpleasant and evocative to individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD). This set was rated as significantly more arousing by 22 individuals diagnosed with BPD compared to 22 healthy controls, ... Read more >>

Personal Disord (Personality disorders)
[2017, 8(3):255-260]

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Drinkers' memory bias for alcohol picture cues in explicit and implicit memory tasks.

Tam T Nguyen-Louie, Jennifer F Buckman, Suchismita Ray, Marsha E Bates,

<h4>Background</h4>Alcohol cues can bias attention and elicit emotional reactions, especially in drinkers. Yet, little is known about how alcohol cues affect explicit and implicit memory processes, and how memory for alcohol cues is affected by acute alcohol intoxication.<h4>Methods</h4>Young adult participants (N=161) were randomly assigned to alcohol, placebo, or control beverage ... Read more >>

Drug Alcohol Depend (Drug and alcohol dependence)
[2016, 160:90-96]

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Immediate and Complex Cardiovascular Adaptation to an Acute Alcohol Dose.

Jennifer F Buckman, David Eddie, Evgeny G Vaschillo, Bronya Vaschillo, Aaron Garcia, Marsha E Bates,

<h4>Background</h4>The detrimental effects of chronic heavy alcohol use on the cardiovascular system are well established and broadly appreciated. Integrated cardiovascular response to an acute dose of alcohol has been less studied. This study examined the early effects of an acute dose of alcohol on the cardiovascular system, with particular emphasis ... Read more >>

Alcohol Clin Exp Res (Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research)
[2015, 39(12):2334-2344]

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Integrating affective and cognitive correlates of heart rate variability: A structural equation modeling approach.

Sarah L Mann, Edward A Selby, Marsha E Bates, Richard J Contrada,

High frequency heart rate variability (HRV) is a measure of neurocardiac communication thought to reflect predominantly parasympathetic cardiac regulation. Low HRV has been associated empirically with clinical and subclinical levels of anxiety and depression and, more recently, high levels of HRV have been associated with better performance on some measures ... Read more >>

Int J Psychophysiol (International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology)
[2015, 98(1):76-86]

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Rumination in major depressive disorder is associated with impaired neural activation during conflict monitoring.

Brandon L Alderman, Ryan L Olson, Marsha E Bates, Edward A Selby, Jennifer F Buckman, Christopher J Brush, Emily A Panza, Amy Kranzler, David Eddie, Tracey J Shors,

Individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD) often ruminate about past experiences, especially those with negative content. These repetitive thoughts may interfere with cognitive processes related to attention and conflict monitoring. However, the temporal nature of these processes as reflected in event-related potentials (ERPs) has not been well-described. We examined behavioral ... Read more >>

Front Hum Neurosci (Frontiers in human neuroscience)
[2015, 9:269]

Cited: 9 times

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The effects of sighing on the cardiovascular system.

Evgeny G Vaschillo, Bronya Vaschillo, Jennifer F Buckman, Tam Nguyen-Louie, Sydney Heiss, Robert J Pandina, Marsha E Bates,

Elicitation of high-amplitude oscillations in the cardiovascular system may serve to dampen psychophysiological reactivity to emotional and cognitive loading. Prior work has used paced breathing to impose clinically valuable high-amplitude ∼ 0.1 Hz oscillations. In this study, we investigated whether rhythmical sighing could likewise produce high-amplitude cardiovascular oscillations in the ... Read more >>

Biol Psychol (Biological psychology)
[2015, 106:86-95]

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