Jocelyn Shu
Jocelyn Shu
Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University
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Concurrent and lasting effects of emotion regulation on amygdala response in adolescence and young adulthood
JA Silvers, J Shu, AD Hubbard, J Weber, KN Ochsner
Developmental science 18 (5), 771-784, 2015
The functional neural architecture of self-reports of affective experience
AB Satpute, J Shu, J Weber, M Roy, KN Ochsner
Biological psychiatry 73 (7), 631-638, 2013
Emotions in “Black and White” or Shades of Gray? How We Think About Emotion Shapes Our Perception and Neural Representation of Emotion
AB Satpute, EC Nook, S Narayanan, J Shu, J Weber, KN Ochsner
Psychological Science 27 (11), 1428-1442, 2016
Affective lability and difficulties with regulation are differentially associated with amygdala and prefrontal response in women with Borderline Personality Disorder
JA Silvers, AD Hubbard, E Biggs, J Shu, E Fertuck, S Chaudhury, ...
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 254, 74-82, 2016
The role of empathy in experiencing vicarious anxiety.
J Shu, S Hassell, J Weber, KN Ochsner, D Mobbs
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (8), 1164, 2017
Suicide attempters with Borderline Personality Disorder show differential orbitofrontal and parietal recruitment when reflecting on aversive memories
JA Silvers, AD Hubbard, S Chaudhury, E Biggs, J Shu, MF Grunebaum, ...
Journal of psychiatric research 81, 71-78, 2016
Social emotion regulation strategies are differentially helpful for anxiety and sadness.
J Shu, N Bolger, KN Ochsner
Emotion 21 (6), 1144, 2021
Trait Intolerance of Uncertainty Is Associated with Decreased Reappraisal Capacity and Increased Suppression Tendency
J Shu, KN Ochsner, EA Phelps
Affective Science, 1-11, 2022
Social Processes in the Experience and Regulation of Emotions
J Shu
Columbia University, 2019
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