Noam Schneck

I am a New York State licensed psychologist who graduated from the Fairleigh Dickinson University clinical psychology PhD program. I combine my clinical background with my interest in neuroimaging to identify temporal relationships between mental processes that contribute to psychopathology. This approach employs multivariate modeling and decoding to identify the trajectories of ongoing cognitive and emotional processes.

Representative Publications:

Schneck, N., Miller, J.M., Kikuchi, T., Oquendo, M, Mann, J.J, Parsey, R.V. (2016) Relationship of the serotonin transporter gene promoter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) genotype and binding to neural processing of negative emotional stimuli. Journal of Affective Disorders, 190:494-8

Schneck N.*, Miller, J.M.*, Siegle G.J., Kikuchi, T., Oquendo M.A., Mann J.J. , Parsey R.V. (2013) Association between fMRI response to negative words and SSRI treatment outcome in major depressive disorder. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. 30;214(3):296-305
* Authors contributed equally to this work.

Schneck, N., & Vezina, P. (2012) Enhanced dorsolateral striatal activity in drug use: The role of outcome in stimulus-response associations. Behavioural Brain Research 235, 136-142.

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