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Adam Brown

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry

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1 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Adam.Brown@nyumc.org


Contextualizing traumatic memories: The role of self-identity in the construction of autobiographical memory in posttraumatic stress disorder
Brown, Adam D; Kouri, Nicole A; Superka, Julia E. Contextualizing traumatic memories: The role of self-identity in the construction of autobiographical memory in posttraumatic stress disorder IN: Contextualizing human memory: An interdisciplinary approach to understanding how individuals and groups remember the past. New York, NY, US: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2016. p.11-22 (2068372)

Mental Health Functioning in the Human Rights Field: Findings from an International Internet-Based Survey
Joscelyne, Amy; Knuckey, Sarah; Satterthwaite, Margaret L; Bryant, Richard A; Li, Meng; Qian, Meng; Brown, Adam D. Mental Health Functioning in the Human Rights Field: Findings from an International Internet-Based Survey. PLoS one. 2015 Dec 23;10(12):e0145188-e0145188 e0145188 (1884272)

rTMS as a Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa
Bainbridge, Katie; Brown, Adam. rTMS as a Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa [Letter]. Brain stimulation. 2014 Jan -0;7(1):149-150 (781752)

Cognitive reserve and emotional stimuli in older individuals: level of education moderates the age-related positivity effect
Bruno, Davide; Brown, Adam D; Kapucu, Aycan; Marmar, Charles R; Pomara, Nunzio. Cognitive reserve and emotional stimuli in older individuals: level of education moderates the age-related positivity effect. Experimental aging research. 2014 ;40(2):208-223 (865662)

Cortisol response to an experimental stress paradigm prospectively predicts long-term distress and resilience trajectories in response to active police service
Galatzer-Levy, Isaac R; Steenkamp, Maria M; Brown, Adam D; Qian, Meng; Inslicht, Sabra; Henn-Haase, Clare; Otte, Christian; Yehuda, Rachel; Neylan, Thomas C; Marmar, Charles R. Cortisol response to an experimental stress paradigm prospectively predicts long-term distress and resilience trajectories in response to active police service. Journal of psychiatric research. 2014 May 14;56:36-42 (1050852)