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In Press / 2023

  • *Sheehan, A., Bounoua, N., Rose, R., Sadeh, N., & Javdani, S. (in press). Profiles of risk for self-injurious thoughts and behaviors among system-impacted girls of color. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
  • *Sheehan, A.E., B Bounoua, N., Stumps, A., Miglin, R., Huerta, W., & Sadeh, N. (in press). Neurobiological metric of cortical-delay discounting differentiates risk for self- and other-directed violence among trauma-exposed individuals. Journal of Psychopathology and Clinical Science.
  • Sadeh, N. & Bounoua, N. (2023). Race moderates the impact of intolerance of uncertainty on mental health symptoms in Black and White community adults. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 93, 102657.
  • Sadeh, N., Miglin, R., Bounoua, N., Sheehan, A., & Spielberg, J.M. (2023). Development of a cortical delay discounting assay: A potential biomarker of externalizing disorders. Psychological Medicine, 53(4), 1143 – 1150.
  • *Bounoua, N., Church, L., & Sadeh, N. (2023). Development and initial validation of the Neglectful Experiences and Deprivation Scale. Assessment, 30(3),923-938.


  • *Miglin, R., Church, L., Bounoua, N., & Sadeh, N. (2022) Validation of the Motivational Inventory Underlying Substance Use Engagement (MI-USE). Substance Use & Misuse, 57(13), 1961-1972.
  • *Bounoua, N. & Sadeh, N. (2022). Dimensions of childhood maltreatment and adult risky behaviors: Differential affective and inhibitory control mechanisms, Child Abuse & Neglect, 34, 105877-105877.
  • *Bounoua, N., Spielberg, J.M., & Sadeh, N. (2022). Clarifying the synergistic effects of emotion dysregulation and inhibitory control on physical aggression. Human Brain Mapping, 43(17), 5358-5369.
  • *Sheehan, A., Heilner, E., Bounoua, N., Miglin, R., Spielberg, J.M., & Sadeh, N. (2022). Cortical thickness in parietal regions link perseverative thinking with suicidal ideation. Journal of Affective Disorders, 306, 131-137.
  • *Miglin, R., Rodriguez, S., Bounoua, N., & Sadeh, N. (2022). A multidimensional examination of psychopathy traits and gray matter volume in adults. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience, 17(7), 662-672.
  • *Bounoua, N., Miglin, R., Spielberg, J.M., Curtis, J., Sadeh, N. (2022). Childhood trauma moderates morphometric associations between orbitofrontal cortex and amygdala: Implications for pathological personality traits. Psychological Medicine, 52(13), 2578-2587.
  • *+DeMarsico, D., Bounoua, N., Miglin, R., & +Sadeh, N. (2022). Aggression in the digital era: Assessing the validity of the Cyber Motivations for Aggression and Deviance scale, Assessment+Authors contributed equally to this manuscript.
  • Spielberg, J.M., Karne, H., Sadeh, N., Matyi, M.A., & Anand, A. (2022). Affect-related emergent brain network properties differentiate depressed bipolar disorder from major depression and track risk for bipolar disorder. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging.


  • *Bounoua, N., Church, L., & Sadeh, N. (2021). Alterations in reward reactivity and emotional processing differentiate among adults with a history of childhood maltreatment: Implications for substance use behaviors. Emotion, 21(8), 1625–1636.
  • *Sheehan, A., Bounoua, N., Miglin, R., Spielberg, J.M., & Sadeh, N. (2021). A multilevel examination of lifetime aggression: Integrating cortical thickness, personality pathology, and trauma exposure. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience
  • *Bounoua, N. & Sadeh, N. (2021). A longitudinal investigation of the impact of emotional reactivity and COVID-19 stress exposure on substance use during the pandemic. Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, 6, 100284.
  • *Bounoua, N., Goodling, S., & Sadeh, N. (2021). Cross-lagged analysis of COVID-19-related worry and media consumption in a socioeconomically disadvantaged sample of community adults. Frontiers in Psychology: Psychopathology, 12, 728629.
  • Sadeh, N., Miglin, R., Bounoua, N., Beckford, E., Estrada, S., & Baskin-Sommers, A. (2021). Profiles of lifetime substance use are differentiated by substance of choice, affective motivations for use, and childhood maltreatment. Addictive Behaviors, 113, 106710.
  • Sadeh, N. & Bredemeier, K. (2021). Engaging in risky & impulsive behaviors to alleviate distress mediates associations between intolerance of uncertainty & externalizing psychopathology. Journal of Personality Disorders, 1-16.












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