Timothy W. Broom
Timothy W. Broom
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Becoming the King in the North: identification with fictional characters is associated with greater self–other neural overlap
TW Broom, RS Chavez, DD Wagner
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (6), 541-551, 2021
Decoding the neural representation of self and person knowledge with multivariate pattern analysis and data‐driven approaches
DD Wagner, RS Chavez, TW Broom
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 10 (1), e1482, 2019
Is subjective well-being independently associated with mortality? A 14-year prospective cohort study in a representative sample of 25 139 US men and women
SD Barger, TW Broom, MV Esposito, TS Lane
BMJ open 10 (1), e031776, 2020
Soldiers’ perspectives of the Married Army Couples Program: A review of perceived problems and proposed solutions
AH Huffman, N Dunbar, TW Broom, CA Castro
Military Psychology 30 (4), 335-349, 2018
They saw a debate: Political polarization is associated with greater multivariate neural synchrony when viewing the opposing candidate speak
TW Broom, JL Stahl, EEC Ping, DD Wagner
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 35 (1), 60-73, 2022
Individuals who see the good in the bad engage distinctive default network coordination during post-encoding rest
S Iyer, E Collier, TW Broom, ES Finn, ML Meyer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 121 (1), e2306295121, 2024
The boundary between real and fictional others in the medial prefrontal cortex is blurred in lonelier individuals
TW Broom, DD Wagner
Cerebral Cortex 33 (16), 9677-9689, 2023
Loneliness corresponds with neural representations and language use that deviate from shared cultural perceptions
TW Broom, S Iyer, AL Courtney, ML Meyer
Communications Psychology 2 (1), 40, 2024
Two Dimensions of Professor-Student Rapport Differentially Predict Student Success Outcomes: A Replication of Wilson and Ryan (2013)
TW Broom, N Dunbar, M Demir
Teaching of Psychology 51 (2), 127-140, 2024
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