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Gilam, G., Horing, B., Sivan, R. Weinman, N., & Mackey, S.C. The decline in task performance after witnessing rudeness is moderated by emotional empathy - a pilot study.
Beames, J.R., Gilam, G., Schofield, T.P., Schira, M.M., & Denson, T.F. The impact of self-control training on neural responses following anger provocation.
Alia-Klein, N., Gan, G., Gilam, G., Bezek, J., Bruno, A., Denson, T., Hendler, T., Lowe, L., Mariotti, V., Muscatello, M.R.A., Palumbo, S., Pellegrini, S., Pietrini, P., Rizzo, A. The feeling of anger: From brain networks to linguistic expressions.
You, D.S., Ziadni, M., Gilam, G., Darnall, B.D., & Mackey, S.C. Evaluation of candidate items for severe PTSD screening for patients with chronic pain: Pilot data analysis with IRT approach. Pain Practice
Gilam, G., Sturgeon, J.A., You, D.S., Wasan, A.D., Darnall, B.D., & Mackey, S.C. Negative affect has the strongest association with prescription opioid misuse in a cross-sectional cohort of patients with chronic pain. Pain Medicine
Gilam*, G., Abend*, R., Gurevitch, G., Erdman, A., Baker, H., Ben-Zion, Z., & Hendler, T. Attenuating anger and aggression with neuromodulation of the vmPFC – a simultaneous tDCS-fMRI study. Cortex, 109, 156-170; *equal contribution.
Jacob, Y., Gilam, G., Lin, T., Raz, G., & Hendler, T. Anger modulates influence hierarchies within and between emotional reactivity and regulation networks. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience – Anger and Interpersonal Aggression Research Topic.
Gilam*, G., Abend*, R., Shani, Ben-Zion, Z., & Hendler, T. The anger-infused Ultimatum Game: a reliable and valid paradigm to induce and assess anger. Emotion, 19, 84-96; *equal contribution.
Gilam*, G., Maron-Katz*, A., Kliper, E., Lin, T., Shamir, R. & Hendler, T. Tracing the neural carryover effects of interpersonal anger on resting-state fMRI in men and their relation to traumatic stress symptoms in a subsample of soldiers. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience – Anger and Interpersonal Aggression Research Topic; *equal contribution.
Raz, G., Svanera, M., Singer, N., Gilam, G., Bleich-Cohen, M., Lin, T., Admon, R., Gonen, T., Thaler, A., Granot, R.Y., Goebel, R., Benini, S., Valente, G. Robust inter-subject audiovisual decoding in functional magnetic resonance imaging using high-dimensional regression. Neuroimage, 163, 244-263.
Geffen, T., Thaler, A., Gilam, G., Ben-Simon, E., Sarid, N., Gurevich, T., Giladi, N., Shabtai, H., Zitser, J., Schilman, E., Sharon, H. Reduced mind wandering in patients with Parkinson's disease. Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, 44, 38-42.
Abraham, E., Gilam, G., Kanat-Maymon, Y., Jacob, Y., Zagoory-Sharon, O., Hendler, T., & Feldman, R. The human coparental bond implicates distinct corticostriatal pathways; Longitudinal impact on family formation and child well-being. Neuropsychopharmacology, 42(12), 2301-2313.
Gilam, G., Ne'eman, Y.J., Raz, G., Lin, T., Fruchter, E., & Hendler, T. Stoic regulation: The influence of military combat-training on neurobehavioral indices of anger. Published by Nova Science Publishers in Anxiety and Anger: Predictors, Coping Strategies and Health Effects, Cruz, J.F. & Sofia, R. Eds.
Lin*, T., Gilam*, G., Raz, G., Or-Borichev, A., Bar-Haim, Y., Fruchter, E., & Hendler, T. Accessible neurobehavioral anger-related markers for vulnerability to post-traumatic stress symptoms in a population of male soldiers. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience; *equal contribution.
Gilam, G., Lin, T., Fruchter, E., & Hendler, T. Neural indicators of interpersonal anger as cause and consequence of combat-training stress symptoms. Psychological Medicine, 47(9), 1561-1572.
Cohen, D., Perry, A., Gilam, G., Mayseless, N., Gonen, T., Hendler, T., & Shamay-Tsoory, S. The role of oxytocin in modulating interpersonal space: a pharmacological fMRI study. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 76, 77-83.
Singer, N., Jacobi, N., Lin, T., Raz G., Shpigelman, L., Gilam G., Granot, R.Y., & Hendler T. (2016). Common modulation of limbic network activation underlies the unfolding of musical emotions and its temporal attributes. Neuroimage, 141, 517-529.
Gilam, G., & Hendler, T. (2016). With love, from me to you: Embedding social interactions in affective neuroscience. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 68, 590-601.
Raz*, G., Touroutoglou*, A., Wilson-Mendenhall, C., Gilam, G., Lin, T., Gonen, T., Jacob, Y., Atzil, S., Admon, R., Bleich-Cohen, M., Maron-Katz, A., Hendler, T., & Barrett, L.F. (2016). Functional connectivity dynamics during film viewing reveal common networks for different emotional experiences. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience, 16(4), 709-723; *equal contribution.
Keynan, J.N., Meir-Hasson, Y., Gilam, G., Cohen, A., Jakont, G., Kinreich, S., Ikar, L., Or-Borichev, A., Etkin, A., Gyurak, A., Klovatch, I., Intrator, N., & Hendler, T. (2016). Limbic activity modulation guided by fMRI-Inspired EEG improves implicit emotion regulation. Biological Psychiatry, 80(6), 490-496.
Gilam, G., & Hendler, T. Deconstructing anger in the human brain. Published in Social Behavior from Rodents to Humans: Neural Foundations and Clinical Implications, by Springer in the series Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences, Wӧhr, M. & Krach, S. Eds.
Gilam, G., Lin, T., Raz, G., Azrielant, S., Fruchter, E., Ariely, D. & Hendler, T. Neural substrates underlaying the tendency to accept anger-infused ultimatum offers during dynamic social interactions. Neuroimage, 120, 400-411.
Vainapel, S., Shamir, O.Y., Tenenbaum, Y., & Gilam, G. The dark side of gendered language: The masculine-generic form as a cause for self-report bias. Psychological Assessment, 27(4), 1513-1519.
Raz G., Weintraub Y., Jacob Y., Kinreich S., Maron-Katz A., Shaham G., Podlipsky I., Gilam G., Soreq E. & Hendler T. (2012). Portraying emotions at their unfolding: a multilayered approach for probing dynamics of neural networks. Neuroimage, 60(2), 1448-1461.
Dvash, J., Gilam, G., Ben-Zeev, A., Hendler, T. & Shamay-Tsoory, SG. (2010). The envious brain: the neural basis of social comparison. Human Brain Mapping, 31(11), 1741-1750.
Gilam, G. (2016). A prospective neurobehavioral investigation of anger experience and its regulation in humans - A prelude to PTSD symptoms. Ph.D. Thesis.
Gilam, G. (2009). Doors into Consciousness. Galileo Magazine, 128, 36-45 (Hebrew; non peer-reviewed).