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Factors associated with perceived containment.

Paula J Fite, Rebecca Griffith, Elizabeth C Tampke, Katie J Stone, Vishnupriya Srivastava,

There is growing evidence indicating that a lack of perceived containment, or youth's beliefs about whether adults can control their behavior, is associated with problem behavior. However, little research has examined factors that may contribute to perceived containment, which would be helpful in further tailoring prevention and intervention efforts for ... Read more >>

J Community Psychol (Journal of community psychology)
[2020, 48(3):932-944]

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Examining How CBT Interventions for Anxious Youth Are Delivered Across Settings.

Julia R Cox, Bryce D McLeod, Amanda Jensen-Doss, Vishnupriya Srivastava, Michael A Southam-Gerow, Philip C Kendall, John R Weisz,

Most efforts to assess treatment integrity-the degree to which a treatment is delivered as intended-have conflated content (i.e., therapeutic interventions) and delivery (i.e., strategies for conveying the content, such as modeling). However, there may be value in measuring content and delivery separately. This study examined whether the quantity (how much) ... Read more >>

Behav Ther (Behavior therapy)
[2020, 51(6):856-868]

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The Role of Toll-Like Receptor 2 and 4 Innate Immunity Pathways in Intracortical Microelectrode-Induced Neuroinflammation.

John K Hermann, Shushen Lin, Arielle Soffer, Chun Wong, Vishnupriya Srivastava, Jeremy Chang, Smrithi Sunil, Shruti Sudhakar, William H Tomaszewski, Grace Protasiewicz, Stephen M Selkirk, Robert H Miller, Jeffrey R Capadona,

We have recently demonstrated that partial inhibition of the cluster of differentiation 14 (CD14) innate immunity co-receptor pathway improves the long-term performance of intracortical microelectrodes better than complete inhibition. We hypothesized that partial activation of the CD14 pathway was critical to a neuroprotective response to the injury associated with initial ... Read more >>

Front Bioeng Biotechnol (Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology)
[2018, 6:113]

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Inhibition of the cluster of differentiation 14 innate immunity pathway with IAXO-101 improves chronic microelectrode performance.

John K Hermann, Madhumitha Ravikumar, Andrew J Shoffstall, Evon S Ereifej, Kyle M Kovach, Jeremy Chang, Arielle Soffer, Chun Wong, Vishnupriya Srivastava, Patrick Smith, Grace Protasiewicz, Jingle Jiang, Stephen M Selkirk, Robert H Miller, Steven Sidik, Nicholas P Ziats, Dawn M Taylor, Jeffrey R Capadona,

OBJECTIVE:Neuroinflammatory mechanisms are hypothesized to contribute to intracortical microelectrode failures. The cluster of differentiation 14 (CD14) molecule is an innate immunity receptor involved in the recognition of pathogens and tissue damage to promote inflammation. The goal of the study was to investigate the effect of CD14 inhibition on intracortical microelectrode ... Read more >>

J Neural Eng (Journal of neural engineering)
[2018, 15(2):025002]

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High-throughput in vitro assay to evaluate the cytotoxicity of liberated platinum compounds for stimulating neural electrodes.

Kyle M Kovach, Doe W Kumsa, Vishnupriya Srivastava, Eric M Hudak, Darrel F Untereker, Shawn C Kelley, Horst A von Recum, Jeffrey R Capadona,

<h4>Background</h4>It is currently unclear how the platinum (Pt) species released from platinum-containing stimulating electrodes may affect the health of the surrounding tissue. This study develops an effective system to assess the cytotoxicity of any electrode-liberated Pt over a short duration, to screen systems before future in vivo testing.<h4>New method</h4>A platinum ... Read more >>

J Neurosci Methods (Journal of neuroscience methods)
[2016, 273:1-9]

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