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Journal Articles

  1. & Reference values for short-term resting-state heart rate variability in healthy adults: Results from the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health - ELSA-Brasil study.. Psychophysiology
  2. & Associations between symptoms of depression and heart rate variability: An exploratory study. Psychiatry Research
  3. & Rumination Moderates the Association Between Resting High-Frequency Heart Rate Variability and Perceived Ethnic Discrimination. Journal of Psychophysiology, 1-9.
  4. & From psychological moments to mortality: A multidisciplinary synthesis on heart rate variability spanning the continuum of time. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
  5. et. al. Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 310 diseases and injuries, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1545-1602.
  6. et. al. Global, regional, and national levels of maternal mortality, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1775-1812.
  7. et. al. Global, regional, and national life expectancy, all-cause mortality, and cause-specific mortality for 249 causes of death, 1980–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1459-1544.
  8. et. al. Global, regional, national, and selected subnational levels of stillbirths, neonatal, infant, and under-5 mortality, 1980–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1725-1774.
  9. et. al. Measuring the health-related Sustainable Development Goals in 188 countries: a baseline analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1813-1850.
  10. et. al. Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 79 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1659-1724.
  11. et. al. Global, regional, and national disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) for 315 diseases and injuries and healthy life expectancy (HALE), 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1603-1658.
  12. et. al. Estimates of global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and mortality of HIV, 1980–2015: the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet HIV 3(8), e361-e387.
  13. & Depression and resting state heart rate variability in children and adolescents — A systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology Review 46, 136-150.
  14. & Impact of 5-HTTLPR on SSRI serotonin transporter blockade during emotion regulation: A preliminary fMRI study. Journal of Affective Disorders 196, 11-19.
  15. & Vagally mediated heart rate variability in headache patients—a systematic review and meta-analysis. Cephalalgia 36(3), 265-278.
  16. & Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study. Biological Psychology 117, 216-224.
  17. & Resting state vagal tone in attention deficit (hyperactivity) disorder: A meta-analysis. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, 1-15.
  18. & The impact of high trait social anxiety on neural processing of facial emotion expressions in females. Biological Psychology 117, 179-186.
  19. & Race and Resting-State Heart Rate Variability in Brazilian Civil Servants and the Mediating Effects of Discrimination. Psychosomatic Medicine 78(8), 950-958.
  20. & Worry is associated with robust reductions in heart rate variability: a transdiagnostic study of anxiety psychopathology. BMC Psychology 4(1)
  21. & Heart rate variability and the relationship between trauma exposure age, and psychopathology in a post-conflict setting. BMC Psychiatry 16(1)
  22. & Common mental disorders and sociodemographic characteristics: baseline findings of the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health (ELSA-Brasil). Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria 38(2), 91-97.
  23. & Differential Associations of Specific Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors With Resting-State Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability. Psychosomatic Medicine 78(7), 810-818.
  24. & Resting state vagal tone in borderline personality disorder: A meta-analysis. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 64, 18-26.
  25. et. al. Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 79 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks in 188 countries, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet 386(10010), 2287-2323.
  26. et. al. Global, regional, and national disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 306 diseases and injuries and healthy life expectancy (HALE) for 188 countries, 1990–2013: quantifying the epidemiological transition. The Lancet 386(10009), 2145-2191.
  27. Distinguishing bipolar from unipolar disorders on the basis of heart rate variability. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry 18(1), 82-83.
  28. Distinguishing bipolar from unipolar disorders on the basis of heart rate variability..
  29. & Comparison between symbolic and spectral analyses of short-term heart rate variability in a subsample of the ELSA-Brasil study. Physiological Measurement 36(10), 2119-2134.
  30. Distinguishing bipolar from unipolar disorders on the basis of heart rate variability. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, 1-2.
  31. & Facilitation of emotion regulation with a single dose of escitalopram: A randomized fMRI study. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 233(3), 451-457.
  32. Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 301 acute and chronic diseases and injuries in 188 countries, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet 386(9995), 743-800.
  33. & Anxiety and depressive symptoms are associated with higher carotid intima-media thickness. Cross-sectional analysis from ELSA-Brasil baseline data. Atherosclerosis 240(2), 529-534.
  34. GBD 2013 Mortality and Causes of Death Collaborators Global, regional, and national age–sex specific all-cause and cause-specific mortality for 240 causes of death, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet 385(9963), 117-171.
  35. & The association between mood and anxiety disorders, and coronary heart disease in Brazil: a cross-sectional analysis on the Brazilian longitudinal study of adult health (ELSA-Brasil). Frontiers in Psychology 6
  36. & The Association between Antidepressant Medications and Coronary Heart Disease in Brazil: A Cross-Sectional Analysis on the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health (ELSA-Brazil). Frontiers in Public Health 3
  37. & Childhood- versus Adolescent-Onset Antisocial Youth with Conduct Disorder: Psychiatric Illness, Neuropsychological and Psychosocial Function. PLOS ONE 10(4), e0121627
  38. & Impact of escitalopram on vagally mediated cardiovascular function in healthy participants: implications for understanding differential age-related, treatment emergent effects. Psychopharmacology 231(11), 2281-2290.
  39. Andrew H. Kemp Global, regional, and national levels and causes of maternal mortality during 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet 384(9947), 980-1004.
  40. & Impact of acute administration of escitalopram on the processing of emotional and neutral images: a randomized crossover fMRI study of healthy women. Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience 39(4), 267-275.
  41. & The impact of melancholia versus non-melancholia on resting-state, EEG alpha asymmetry: Electrophysiological evidence for depression heterogeneity. Psychiatry Research 215(3), 614-617.
  42. Outhred, T., Das, P., Dobson-Stone, C., Felmingham, K.L., Bryant, R.A., Nathan, P.J., Malhi, G.S., Kemp, A.H. The impact of 5-HTTLPR on acute serotonin transporter blockade by escitalopram on emotion processing: Preliminary findings from a randomised, crossover fMRI study. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 48(12), 1115-1125.
  43. & Reduced Amygdala and Ventral Striatal Activity to Happy Faces in PTSD Is Associated with Emotional Numbing. PLoS ONE 9(9), e103653
  44. & Major depressive disorder with melancholia displays robust alterations in resting state heart rate and its variability: implications for future morbidity and mortality. Frontiers in Psychology 5
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Y., Zheng, Y., Zhou, M., Zhu, J., Zou, X.N., Lopez, A.D., Vos, T. Global, regional, and national incidence and mortality for HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria during 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet 384(9947), 1005-1070.
  46. & Effects of Depression, Anxiety, Comorbidity, and Antidepressants on Resting-State Heart Rate and Its Variability: An ELSA-Brasil Cohort Baseline Study. American Journal of Psychiatry 171(12), 1328-1334.
  47. Brunoni, A.R., Júnior, R.F., Kemp, A.H., Lotufo, P.A., Benseñor, I.M., Fregni, F. Differential improvement in depressive symptoms for tDCS alone and combined with pharmacotherapy: an exploratory analysis from The Sertraline Vs. Electrical Current Therapy For Treating Depression Clinical Study. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 17(01), 53-61.
  48. & Anxiety Disorders are Associated with Reduced Heart Rate Variability: A Meta-Analysis. Frontiers in Psychiatry 5
  49. Kemp AH, Outhred T, Saunders S, Brunoni AR, Nathan PJ, Malhi GS Impact of escitalopram on vagally mediated cardiovascular function in healthy participants: implications for understanding differential age-related, treatment emergent effects..
  50. Brunoni AR, Kemp AH, Dantas EM, Goulart AC, Nunes MA, Boggio PS, Mill JG, Lotufo PA, Fregni F, Benseñor IM Heart rate variability is a trait marker of major depressive disorder: evidence from the sertraline vs. electric current therapy to treat depression clinical study. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 16(09), 1937-1949.
  51. Kemp AH, Quintana DS The relationship between mental and physical health: Insights from the study of heart rate variability. International Journal of Psychophysiology 89(3), 288-296.
  52. Shahrestani S, Kemp AH, Guastella AJ The Impact of a Single Administration of Intranasal Oxytocin on the Recognition of Basic Emotions in Humans: A Meta-Analysis. Neuropsychopharmacology 38(10), 1929-1936.
  53. Krygier JR, Heathers JA, Shahrestani S, Abbott M, Gross JJ, Kemp AH Mindfulness meditation, well-being, and heart rate variability: A preliminary investigation into the impact of intensive Vipassana meditation. International Journal of Psychophysiology 89(3), 305-313.
  54. Quintana DS, Guastella AJ, McGregor IS, Hickie IB, Kemp AH Heart rate variability predicts alcohol craving in alcohol dependent outpatients: Further evidence for HRV as a psychophysiological marker of self-regulation. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 132(1-2), 395-398.
  55. & Acute neural effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors versus noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors on emotion processing: Implications for differential treatment efficacy. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 37(8), 1786-1800.
  56. Quintana DS, Guastella AJ, McGregor IS, Hickie IB, Kemp AH Moderate alcohol intake is related to increased heart rate variability in young adults: Implications for health and well-being. Psychophysiology 50(12), 1202-1208.
  57. Quintana DS, McGregor IS, Guastella AJ, Malhi GS, Kemp AH A Meta-Analysis on the Impact of Alcohol Dependence on Short-Term Resting-State Heart Rate Variability: Implications for Cardiovascular Risk. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 37, E23-E29.
  58. Hanson CS, Outhred T, Brunoni AR, Malhi GS, Kemp AH The impact of escitalopram on vagally mediated cardiovascular function to stress and the moderating effects of vigorous physical activity: a randomized controlled treatment study in healthy participants. Frontiers in Physiology 4
  59. Alvares GA, Quintana DS, Kemp AH, Van Zwieten A, Balleine BW, Hickie IB, Guastella AJ Reduced Heart Rate Variability in Social Anxiety Disorder: Associations with Gender and Symptom Severity. PLoS ONE 8(7), e70468
  60. Braeken MA, Kemp AH, Outhred T, Otte RA, Monsieur GJ, Jones A, Van den Bergh BR Pregnant Mothers with Resolved Anxiety Disorders and Their Offspring Have Reduced Heart Rate Variability: Implications for the Health of Children. PLoS ONE 8(12), e83186
  61. Karanges EA, Kashem MA, Sarker R, Ahmed EU, Ahmed S, Van Nieuwenhuijzen PS, Kemp AH, McGregor IS Hippocampal protein expression is differentially affected by chronic paroxetine treatment in adolescent and adult rats: a possible mechanism of “paradoxical” antidepressant responses in young persons. Frontiers in Pharmacology 4
  62. Quintana DS, Kemp AH, Alvares GA, Guastella AJ A role for autonomic cardiac control in the effects of oxytocin on social behavior and psychiatric illness. Frontiers in Neuroscience 7
  63. Brunoni, A.R., Kemp, A.H., Shiozawa, P., Cordeiro, Q., Valiengo, L.C.L., Goulart, A.C., Coprerski, B., Lotufo, P.A., Brunoni, D., Perez, A.B.A., Fregni, F., Benseñor, I.M. Impact of 5-HTTLPR and BDNF polymorphisms on response to sertraline versus transcranial direct current stimulation: Implications for the serotonergic system. European Neuropsychopharmacology 23(11), 1530-1540.
  64. Quintana DS, Heathers JA, Kemp AH On the validity of using the Polar RS800 heart rate monitor for heart rate variability research. European Journal of Applied Physiology 112(12), 4179-4180.
  65. Quinn CR, Harris A, Felmingham K, Boyce P, Kemp A The impact of depression heterogeneity on cognitive control in major depressive disorder. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 46(11), 1079-1088.
  66. Outhred T, Das P, Dobson-Stone C, Griffiths K, Felmingham KL, Bryant RA, Malhi G, Kemp AH The functional epistasis of 5-HTTLPR and BDNF Val66Met on emotion processing: a preliminary study. Brain and Behavior 2(6), 778-788.
  67. Quintana DS, Guastella AJ, Outhred T, Hickie IB, Kemp AH Heart rate variability is associated with emotion recognition: Direct evidence for a relationship between the autonomic nervous system and social cognition. International Journal of Psychophysiology 86(2), 168-172.
  68. Ahmed EU, Ahmed S, Ukai W, Matsumoto I, Kemp A, McGregor IS, Kashem MA Antipsychotic Induced Alteration of Growth and Proteome of Rat Neural Stem Cells. Neurochemical Research 37(8), 1649-1659.
  69. Quinn CR, Harris A, Kemp AH The impact of depression heterogeneity on inhibitory control. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 46(4), 374-383.
  70. Quinn C, Harris A, Kemp A The Interdependence of Subtype and Severity: Contributions of Clinical and Neuropsychological Features to Melancholia and Non-melancholia in an Outpatient Sample. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 18(02), 361-369.
  71. Gray MA, Beacher FD, Minati L, Nagai Y, Kemp AH, Harrison NA, Critchley HD Emotional appraisal is influenced by cardiac afferent information.. Emotion 12(1), 180-191.
  72. Quinn CR, Dobson-Stone C, Outhred T, Harris A, Kemp AH The contribution of BDNF and 5-HTT polymorphisms and early life stress to the heterogeneity of major depressive disorder: A preliminary study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 46(1), 55-63.
  73. Kemp AH, Quintana DS, Kuhnert RL, Griffiths K, Hickie IB, Guastella AJ Oxytocin Increases Heart Rate Variability in Humans at Rest: Implications for Social Approach-Related Motivation and Capacity for Social Engagement. PLoS ONE 7(8), e44014
  74. Wells R, Outhred T, Heathers JA, Quintana DS, Kemp AH Matter Over Mind: A Randomised-Controlled Trial of Single-Session Biofeedback Training on Performance Anxiety and Heart Rate Variability in Musicians. PLoS ONE 7(10), e46597
  75. Kemp AH, Quintana DS, Felmingham KL, Matthews S, Jelinek HF Depression, Comorbid Anxiety Disorders, and Heart Rate Variability in Physically Healthy, Unmedicated Patients: Implications for Cardiovascular Risk. PLoS ONE 7(2), e30777
  76. Kemp, A.H. Reply to: Are Antidepressants Good for the Soul but Bad for the Matter? Using Noninvasive Brain Stimulation to Detangle Depression/Antidepressants Effects on Heart Rate Variability and Cardiovascular Risk. Biological Psychiatry 71(7), e29-e30.
  77. Outhred, T., Kemp, A.H. Impact of genetic epistasis on emotion and executive function: methodological issues and generalizability of findings. Genes, Brain and Behavior 11(6), 751-752.
  78. Kendig MD, Bowen MT, Kemp AH, McGregor IS Predatory threat induces huddling in adolescent rats and residual changes in early adulthood suggestive of increased resilience. Behavioural Brain Research 225(2), 405-414.
  79. Heathers JA, Kemp AH Homeopathy and Heart Rate Variability: Concerns and Issues. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 17(12), 1095-1095.
  80. Kemp AH, Quintana DS, Malhi GS Effects of Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors on Heart Rate Variability: Methodological Issues, Medical Comorbidity, and Clinical Relevance. Biological Psychiatry 69(8), e25-e26.
  81. Kerr CC, Kemp AH, Rennie CJ, Robinson PA Thalamocortical changes in major depression probed by deconvolution and physiology-based modeling. NeuroImage 54(4), 2672-2682.
  82. Kemp, A.H., Guastella, A.J. The Role of Oxytocin in Human Affect: A Novel Hypothesis. Current Directions in Psychological Science 20(4), 222-231.
  83. Kemp, A.H., Quintana, D.S., Gray, M.A. Is Heart Rate Variability Reduced in Depression Without Cardiovascular Disease?. Biological Psychiatry 69(4), e3-e4.
  84. Kemp, A. Depression, antidepressant treatment and the cardiovascular system. Acta Neuropsychiatrica 23(2), 82-83.
  85. Kemp AH, Pe Benito L, Quintana DS, Clark CR, McFarlane A, Mayur P, Harris A, Boyce P, Williams LM Impact of depression heterogeneity on attention: An auditory oddball event related potential study. Journal of Affective Disorders 123(1-3), 202-207.
  86. Kemp AH, Quintana DS, Gray MA, Felmingham KL, Brown K, Gatt JM Impact of Depression and Antidepressant Treatment on Heart Rate Variability: A Review and Meta-Analysis. Biological Psychiatry 67(11), 1067-1074.
  87. Kemp AH, Guastella AJ Oxytocin: Prosocial Behavior, Social Salience, or Approach-Related Behavior?. Biological Psychiatry 67(6), e33-e34.
  88. Felmingham K, Williams LM, Kemp AH, Liddell B, Falconer E, Peduto A, Bryant R Neural responses to masked fear faces: Sex differences and trauma exposure in posttraumatic stress disorder.. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 119(1), 241-247.
  89. Bryant, R.A., Kemp, A., Felmingham, K., Liddell, B., Olivieri, G., Peduto, A., Gordon, E., Williams, L.M. Simulating Emotional Responses in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An fMRI Study. Psychological Injury and Law 3(2), 111-117.
  90. Kemp, A.H., Griffiths, K., Felmingham, K.L., Shankman, S.A., Drinkenburg, W., Arns, M., Clark, C.R., Bryant, R.A. Disorder specificity despite comorbidity: Resting EEG alpha asymmetry in major depressive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. Biological Psychology 85(2), 350-354.
  91. Kemp AH, Felmingham KL, Falconer E, Liddell BJ, Bryant RA, Williams LM Heterogeneity of non-conscious fear perception in posttraumatic stress disorder as a function of physiological arousal: An fMRI study. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 174(2), 158-161.
  92. Felmingham K, Williams LM, Whitford TJ, Falconer E, Kemp AH, Peduto A, Bryant RA Duration of posttraumatic stress disorder predicts hippocampal grey matter loss. NeuroReport 20(16), 1402-1406.
  93. Felmingham KL, Williams LM, Kemp AH, Rennie C, Gordon E, Bryant RA Anterior cingulate activity to salient stimuli is modulated by autonomic arousal in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 173(1), 59-62.
  94. Joffe RT, Gatt JM, Kemp AH, Grieve S, Dobson-Stone C, Kuan SA, Schofield PR, Gordon E, Williams LM Brain derived neurotrophic factor Val66Met polymorphism, the five factor model of personality and hippocampal volume: Implications for depressive illness. Human Brain Mapping 30(4), 1246-1256.
  95. Kemp AH, Hatch A, Williams LM Computerized neuropsychological assessments: pros and cons..
  96. Kemp AH, Hopkinson PJ, Hermens DF, Rowe DL, Sumich AL, Clark CR, Drinkenburg W, Abdi N, Penrose R, McFarlane A, Boyce P, Gordon E, Williams LM Fronto-temporal alterations within the first 200 ms during an attentional task distinguish major depression, non-clinical participants with depressed mood and healthy controls: A potential biomarker?. Human Brain Mapping 30(2), 602-614.
  97. Craig, A., Tran, Y., Hermens, G., Williams, L.M., Kemp, A., Morris, C., Gordon, E. Psychological and neural correlates of emotional intelligence in a large sample of adult males and females. Personality and Individual Differences 46(2), 111-115.
  98. Gatt, J.M., Nemeroff, C.B., Dobson-Stone, C., Paul, R.H., Bryant, R.A., Schofield, P.R., Gordon, E., Kemp, A.H., Williams, L.M. Interactions between BDNF Val66Met polymorphism and early life stress predict brain and arousal pathways to syndromal depression and anxiety. Molecular Psychiatry 14(7), 681-695.
  99. Kemp, A.H., Hatch, A., Williams, L.M. Computerized neuropsychological assessments: Pros and cons. 14
  100. Kemp AH, Gordon E, Rush AJ, Williams LM Improving the prediction of treatment response in depression: integration of clinical, cognitive, psychophysiological, neuroimaging, and genetic measures..
  101. Gatt JM, Kuan SA, Dobson-Stone C, Paul RH, Joffe RT, Kemp AH, Gordon E, Schofield PR, Williams LM Association between BDNF Val66Met polymorphism and trait depression is mediated via resting EEG alpha band activity. Biological Psychology 79(2), 275-284.
  102. Falconer E, Bryant R, Felmingham KL, Kemp AH, Gordon E, Peduto A, Olivieri G, Williams LM The neural networks of inhibitory control in posttraumatic stress disorder..
  103. Mathersul D, Williams LM, Hopkinson PJ, Kemp AH Investigating models of affect: Relationships among EEG alpha asymmetry, depression, and anxiety.. Emotion 8(4), 560-572.
  104. Bryant RA, Kemp AH, Felmingham KL, Liddell B, Olivieri G, Peduto A, Gordon E, Williams LM Enhanced amygdala and medial prefrontal activation during nonconscious processing of fear in posttraumatic stress disorder: An fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping 29(5), 517-523.
  105. Shankman SA, Silverstein SM, Williams LM, Hopkinson PJ, Kemp AH, Felmingham KL, Bryant RA, McFarlane A, Clark CR Resting electroencephalogram asymmetry and posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Traumatic Stress 21(2), 190-198.
  106. Bryant RA, Felmingham K, Whitford TJ, Kemp A, Hughes G, Peduto A, Williams LM Rostral anterior cingulate volume predicts treatment response to cognitive-behavioural therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder..
  107. Falconer, E., Bryant, R., Felmingham, K.L., Kemp, A.H., Gordon, E., Peduto, A., Olivieri, G., Williams, L.M. The neural networks of inhibitory control in posttraumatic stress disorder. 33
  108. Bryant, R.A., Felmingham, K., Whitford, T.J., Kemp, A., Hughes, G., Peduto, A., Williams, L.M. Rostral anterior cingulate volume predicts treatment response to cognitive-behavioural therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder. 33
  109. Kemp, A.H., Gordon, E., Rush, A.J., Williams, L.M. Improving the prediction of treatment response in depression: Integration of clinical, cognitive, psychophysiological, neuroimaging, and genetic measures. 13
  110. Felmingham, K., Kemp, A.H., Williams, L., Falconer, E., Olivieri, G., Peduto, A., Bryant, R. Dissociative responses to conscious and non-conscious fear impact underlying brain function in post-traumatic stress disorder. Psychological Medicine 38(12), 1771
  111. Bryant, R.A., Felmingham, K., Kemp, A., Das, P., Hughes, G., Peduto, A., Williams, L. Amygdala and ventral anterior cingulate activation predicts treatment response to cognitive behaviour therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder. Psychological Medicine 38(04)
  112. Williams LM, Kemp AH, Felmingham K, Liddell BJ, Palmer DM, Bryant RA Neural Biases to Covert and Overt Signals of Fear: Dissociation by Trait Anxiety and Depression. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19(10), 1595-1608.
  113. Kemp AH, Felmingham K, Das P, Hughes G, Peduto AS, Bryant RA, Williams LM Influence of comorbid depression on fear in posttraumatic stress disorder: An fMRI study. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 155(3), 265-269.
  114. Gordon E, Liddell BJ, Brown KJ, Bryant R, Clark CR, DAS P, Dobson-Stone C, Falconer E, Felmingham K, Flynn G, Gatt JM, Harris A, Hermens DF, Hopkinson PJ, Kemp AH, Kuan SA, Lazzaro I, Moyle J, Paul RH, Rennie CJ, Schofield P, Whitford T, Williams LM INTEGRATING OBJECTIVE GENE-BRAIN-BEHAVIOR MARKERS OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 06(01), 1-34.
  115. Gatt JM, Clark CR, Kemp AH, Liddell BJ, Dobson-Stone C, Kuan SA, Schofield PR, Williams LM A GENOTYPE-ENDOPHENOTYPE-PHENOTYPE PATH MODEL OF DEPRESSED MOOD: INTEGRATING COGNITIVE AND EMOTIONAL MARKERS. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 06(01), 75-104.
  116. Williams LM, Felmingham K, Kemp AH, Rennie C, Brown KJ, Bryant RA, Gordon E Mapping frontal-limbic correlates of orienting to change detection. NeuroReport 18(3), 197-202.
  117. Das P, Kemp AH, Flynn G, Harris AW, Liddell BJ, Whitford TJ, Peduto A, Gordon E, Williams LM Functional disconnections in the direct and indirect amygdala pathways for fear processing in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 90(1-3), 284-294.
  118. Felmingham K, Kemp A, Williams L, Das P, Hughes G, Peduto A, Bryant R Changes in Anterior Cingulate and Amygdala After Cognitive Behavior Therapy of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Psychological Science 18(2), 127-129.
  119. Williams LM, Das P, Liddell BJ, Kemp AH, Rennie CJ, Gordon E Mode of Functional Connectivity in Amygdala Pathways Dissociates Level of Awareness for Signals of Fear. Journal of Neuroscience 26(36), 9264-9271.
  120. Williams LM, Liddell BJ, Kemp AH, Bryant RA, Meares RA, Peduto AS, Gordon E Amygdala–prefrontal dissociation of subliminal and supraliminal fear. Human Brain Mapping 27(8), 652-661.
  121. Williams LM, Brown KJ, Palmer D, Liddell BJ, Kemp AH, Olivieri G, Peduto A, Gordon E The Mellow Years?: Neural Basis of Improving Emotional Stability over Age. Journal of Neuroscience 26(24), 6422-6430.
  122. Kemp AH, Hopkinson PJ, Stephan BC, Clark CR, Gordon E, Bryant RA, Williams LM PREDICTING SEVERITY OF NON-CLINICAL DEPRESSION: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS USING AN INTEGRATED APPROACH. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 05(01), 89-110.
  123. Williams LM, Kemp AH, Felmingham K, Barton M, Olivieri G, Peduto A, Gordon E, Bryant RA Trauma modulates amygdala and medial prefrontal responses to consciously attended fear. NeuroImage 29(2), 347-357.
  124. Williams LM, Barton MJ, Kemp AH, Liddell BJ, Peduto A, Gordon E, Bryant RA Distinct amygdala–autonomic arousal profiles in response to fear signals in healthy males and females. NeuroImage 28(3), 618-626.
  125. Bryant RA, Felmingham KL, Kemp AH, Barton M, Peduto AS, Rennie C, Gordon E, Williams LM Neural Networks of Information Processing in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study. Biological Psychiatry 58(2), 111-118.
  126. Das P, Kemp AH, Liddell BJ, Brown KJ, Olivieri G, Peduto A, Gordon E, Williams LM Pathways for fear perception: modulation of amygdala activity by thalamo-cortical systems. NeuroImage 26(1), 141-148.
  127. Kemp AH, Cooper NJ, Hermens G, Gordon E, Bryant R, Williams LM TOWARD AN INTEGRATED PROFILE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: INTRODUCING A BRIEF MEASURE. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 04(01), 41-61.
  128. Kemp AH, Stephan BC, Hopkinson P, Sumich AL, Paul RH, Clark CR, Gordon E, Bryant RA, Williams LM TOWARD AN INTEGRATED PROFILE OF DEPRESSION: EVIDENCE FROM THE BRAIN RESOURCE INTERNATIONAL DATABASE. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 04(01), 95-106.
  129. Liddell BJ, Brown KJ, Kemp AH, Barton MJ, Das P, Peduto A, Gordon E, Williams LM A direct brainstem–amygdala–cortical ‘alarm’ system for subliminal signals of fear. NeuroImage 24(1), 235-243.
  130. Kemp AH, Gray MA, Silberstein RB, Armstrong SM, Nathan PJ Augmentation of serotonin enhances pleasant and suppresses unpleasant cortical electrophysiological responses to visual emotional stimuli in humans. NeuroImage 22(3), 1084-1096.
  131. Matrenza C, Hughes JM, Kemp AH, Wesnes KA, Harrison BJ, Nathan PJ Simultaneous Depletion of Serotonin and Catecholamines Impairs Sustained Attention in Healthy Female Subjects without Affecting Learning and Memory. Journal of Psychopharmacology 18(1), 21-31.
  132. Hughes JM, Matrenza C, Kemp AH, Harrison BJ, Liley D, Nathan PJ Selective effects of simultaneous monoamine depletion on mood and emotional responsiveness..
  133. Kemp AH, Nathan PJ Acute augmentation of serotonin suppresses cardiovascular responses to emotional valence..
  134. Hughes, J.-M., Matrenza, C., Kemp, A.H., Harrison, B.J., Liley, D., Nathan, P.J. Selective effects of simultaneous monoamine depletion on mood and emotional responsiveness. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 7(1), 9-17.
  135. Kemp, A.H., Silberstein, R.B., Armstrong, S.M., Nathan, P.J. Gender differences in the cortical electrophysiological processing of visual emotional stimuli. NeuroImage 21(2), 632-646.
  136. Kemp, A.H., Nathan, P.J. Acute augmentation of serotonin suppresses cardiovascular responses to emotional valence. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 7(1), 65-70.
  137. Nathan PJ, Kemp AH, Harrison BJ Antidepressants and Emotional Processing. Neuropsychopharmacology 28(7), 1383-1383.
  138. Gray, M., Kemp, A.H., Silberstein, R.B., Nathan, P.J. Cortical neurophysiology of anticipatory anxiety: an investigation utilizing steady state probe topography (SSPT). NeuroImage 20(2), 975-986.
  139. Nathan, P.J., Kemp, A.H., Harrison, B.J. Antidepressants and emotional processing.. 28
  140. Eide, P., Kemp, A., Silberstein, R.B., Nathan, P.J., Stough, C. Test-retest reliability of the emotional stroop task: examining the paradox of measurement change.. 136
  141. Eide, P., Kemp, A., Silberstein, R.B., Nathan, P.J., Stough, C. Test-retest reliability of the emotional stroop task: Examining the paradox of measurement change. 136
  142. Kemp, A.H., Gray, M.A., Eide, P., Silberstein, R.B., Nathan, P.J. Steady-State Visually Evoked Potential Topography during Processing of Emotional Valence in Healthy Subjects. NeuroImage 17(4), 1684-1692.
  143. Kemp, A.H., Pierson, J.M., Helme, R.D. Quantitative electroencephalographic changes induced by odor detection and identification tasks: age related effects. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 33(1), 95-107.

Book Chapters

  1. Heart Rate Variability, Affective Disorders and Health. In Cardiovascular Diseases and Depression. (pp. 167-185).
  2. & Neuroscientific Perspectives of Emotion. In The Oxford Handbook of Affective Computing. (pp. 38-54). Oxford University Press.
  3. & Social ties, health and wellbeing: A literature review and model. In Neuroscience and Social Science: The Missing Link. Springer International.
  4. & Physiological Correlates of Bipolar Spectrum Disorders and their Treatment. In Electrophysiology and Psychophysiology in Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology. (pp. 47-102).

Conference Contributions

  1. Jelinek, H.F., Khandoker, A.H., Quintana, D.S., Imam, Md.H., Kemp, A.H. (2011). Complex correlation measure as a sensitive indicator of risk for sudden cardiac death in patients with depression.