Catherine Harmer
Catherine Harmer
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Oxford
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Increased positive versus negative affective perception and memory in healthy volunteers following selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibition
CJ Harmer, NC Shelley, PJ Cowen, GM Goodwin
American Journal of Psychiatry 161 (7), 1256-1263, 2004
5272004
Why do antidepressants take so long to work? A cognitive neuropsychological model of antidepressant drug action
CJ Harmer, GM Goodwin, PJ Cowen
The British Journal of Psychiatry 195 (2), 102-108, 2009
4512009
Antidepressant drug treatment modifies the neural processing of nonconscious threat cues
CJ Harmer, CE Mackay, CB Reid, PJ Cowen, GM Goodwin
Biological psychiatry 59 (9), 816-820, 2006
4362006
Effect of acute antidepressant administration on negative affective bias in depressed patients
CJ Harmer D Phil, U O’Sullivan, E Favaron, R Massey-Chase, R Ayres, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 166 (10), 1178-1184, 2009
3932009
Acute SSRI administration affects the processing of social cues in healthy volunteers
CJ Harmer, Z Bhagwagar, DI Perrett, BA Völlm, PJ Cowen, GM Goodwin
Neuropsychopharmacology 28 (1), 148, 2003
3752003
Toward a neuropsychological theory of antidepressant drug action: increase in positive emotional bias after potentiation of norepinephrine activity
CJ Harmer, SA Hill, MJ Taylor, PJ Cowen, GM Goodwin
American Journal of Psychiatry 160 (5), 990-992, 2003
2652003
Diminished neural processing of aversive and rewarding stimuli during selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor treatment
C McCabe, Z Mishor, PJ Cowen, CJ Harmer
Biological psychiatry 67 (5), 439-445, 2010
2502010
The modification of attentional bias to emotional information: A review of the techniques, mechanisms, and relevance to emotional disorders
M Browning, EA Holmes, CJ Harmer
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 10 (1), 8-20, 2010
2442010
Oxytocin enhances processing of positive versus negative emotional information in healthy male volunteers
M Di Simplicio, R Massey-Chase, PJ Cowen, CJ Harmer
Journal of Psychopharmacology 23 (3), 241-248, 2009
2422009
Neural representation of reward in recovered depressed patients
C McCabe, PJ Cowen, CJ Harmer
Psychopharmacology 205 (4), 667-677, 2009
2252009
Prebiotic intake reduces the waking cortisol response and alters emotional bias in healthy volunteers
K Schmidt, PJ Cowen, CJ Harmer, G Tzortzis, S Errington, PWJ Burnet
Psychopharmacology 232 (10), 1793-1801, 2015
2242015
Serotonin and emotional processing: does it help explain antidepressant drug action?
CJ Harmer
Neuropharmacology 55 (6), 1023-1028, 2008
2162008
Increased waking salivary cortisol levels in young people at familial risk of depression
ZN Mannie, CJ Harmer, PJ Cowen
American Journal of Psychiatry 164 (4), 617-621, 2007
2122007
Lateral prefrontal cortex mediates the cognitive modification of attentional bias
M Browning, EA Holmes, SE Murphy, GM Goodwin, CJ Harmer
Biological psychiatry 67 (10), 919-925, 2010
2112010
A single dose of citalopram increases fear recognition in healthy subjects
M Browning, C Reid, PJ Cowen, GM Goodwin, CJ Harmer
Journal of Psychopharmacology 21 (7), 684-690, 2007
2042007
Effect of a single dose of citalopram on amygdala response to emotional faces
SE Murphy, R Norbury, U O'Sullivan, PJ Cowen, CJ Harmer
The British Journal of Psychiatry 194 (6), 535-540, 2009
2002009
Normalization of enhanced fear recognition by acute SSRI treatment in subjects with a previous history of depression
Z Bhagwagar, PJ Cowen, GM Goodwin, CJ Harmer
American Journal of Psychiatry 161 (1), 166-168, 2004
1942004
Using attentional bias modification as a cognitive vaccine against depression
M Browning, EA Holmes, M Charles, PJ Cowen, CJ Harmer
Biological psychiatry 72 (7), 572-579, 2012
1892012
Highly neurotic never-depressed students have negative biases in information processing
SWY Chan, GM Goodwin, CJ Harmer
Psychological medicine 37 (9), 1281-1291, 2007
1882007
Transcranial magnetic stimulation of medial–frontal cortex impairs the processing of angry facial expressions
CJ Harmer, KV Thilo, JC Rothwell, GM Goodwin
Nature neuroscience 4 (1), 17, 2001
1852001
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