Publications

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Selected Publications

Siegel, C.G. *, Workman, C.I.*, Humphries, S., & Chatterjee, A. (under review). Do attitudes about and behaviors towards people who enhance their cognition depend on their looks? PsyArXiv Preprints, 1-29. (*Co-first authors)

Workman, C.I.*, Smith, K.S.*, Apicella, C.L., & Chatterjee, A. (2022). Evidence against the “anomalous-is-bad” stereotype in Hadza hunter gatherers. Scientific Reports, 12:8693. (*Co-first authors)

Han, H*, Workman, C.I.*, May, J.*, Scholtens, P., Dawson, K.J., Glenn, A.L., & Meindl, P. (2022). Which moral exemplars inspire prosociality? Philosophical Psychology, 1-8. (*Co-first authors)

May, J., Workman, C.I., Haas, J., Han, H. (2022). The Neuroscience of Moral Judgment: Empirical and Philosophical Developments. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong & F. De Brigard (Eds.), Neuroscience and Philosophy (pp. 17-47), Boston, MA: MIT Press.

Workman, C.I., Humphries, S., Hartung, F., Aguirre, G.K., Kable, J.W., Chatterjee, A. (2021). Morality is in the eye of the beholder: The neurocognitive basis of the “anomalous-is-bad” stereotype. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1494(1):3-17. 

Workman, C.I., Yoder, K.J., Decety, J. (2020). The dark side of morality: Neural mechanisms underpinning moral convictions and support for violence. AJOB Neuroscience, 11(4):269-284. 


Full Publication List by Year

2022

36. Siegel, C.G. *, Workman, C.I.*, Humphries, S., & Chatterjee, A. (under review). Do attitudes about and behaviors towards people who enhance their cognition depend on their looks? PsyArXiv Preprints, 1-29. (*Co-first authors)

35. Bilici, N.*, Workman, C.I.*, Humphries, S., Hamilton, R.H., & Chatterjee, A. (under review). Normalizing Anomalies with Mobile Exposure (NAME): Reducing implicit biases against people with facial anomalies. PsyArXiv Preprints, 1-37. (*Co-first authors)

34. Villavisanis, D.F., Workman, C.I., Zapatero, Z.D., Vu, G.H., Humphries, S., Cho, D.Y., Cheung, L., Blum, J.D., Swanson, J.D., Bartlett, S.P., Chatterjee, A., & Taylor, J.A. (in press). Visual Attention Toward Patients with Hemifacial Microsomia Reconstruction: A Prospective Eye-Tracking Study. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

33. Zapatero, Z.D., Workman, C.I., Kalmar, C.L., Humphries, S., Kosyk, M.S., Chatterjee, A., & Taylor, J.A. (in press). Facial Scars: What Matters? Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 1-31.

32. Villavisanis, D.F., Workman, C.I., Cho, D.Y., Zapatero, Z.D., Wagner, C.S., Cheung, L., Blum, J.D., Bartlett, S.P., Swanson, J.D., Chatterjee, A., & Taylor, J.A. (2022). It’s All Relative: Associations of Facial Proportionality, Attractiveness, and Character Traits. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 33(5):1431-1435.

31. Workman, C.I.*, Smith, K.S.*, Apicella, C.L., & Chatterjee, A. (2022). Evidence against the “anomalous-is-bad” stereotype in Hadza hunter gatherers. Scientific Reports, 12:8693. (*Co-first authors)

30. He, D., Workman, C.I., He, X., & Chatterjee, A. (2022). What is Good is Beautiful (and What isn’t, isn’t): How Moral Character Affects Perceived Facial Attractiveness.Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 1-9.

29. Han, H*, Workman, C.I.*, May, J.*, Scholtens, P., Dawson, K.J., Glenn, A.L., & Meindl, P. (2022). Which moral exemplars inspire prosociality? Philosophical Psychology, 1-8. (*Co-first authors)

Book Chapter 1. May, J., Workman, C.I., Haas, J., Han, H. (2022). The Neuroscience of Moral Judgment: Empirical and Philosophical Developments. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong & F. De Brigard (Eds.), Neuroscience and Philosophy (pp. 17-47), Boston, MA: MIT Press.

28. Beck, E.D.*, Workman, C.I.*, & Christensen, A.P.* (2022). CRediT where Credit is Due: A Comment on Leising et al. (2021). Personality Science, 3(e1234):32-37. (*Co-first authors)

27. Stevens, D.A., Workman, C.I., Kuwabara, H., Butters, M.A., Savonenko, A.V., Nassery, N., Gould, N.F., Kraut, M.A., Joo, J.H., Kilgore, J., Kamath, V., Holt, D.P., Dannals, R.F., Nandi, A., Onyike, C.U., & Smith, G.S. (2022). Regional amyloid correlates of cognitive performance in ageing and mild cognitive impairment. Brain Communications, 4(1):1-14.

2021

26. Smith, G.S.*, Workman, C.I.*, Protas, H., Su, Y., Savonenko, A.V., Kuwabara, H., Gould, N.F., Joo, J.J., Kraut, M., Avramopoulos, D., Reiman, E.M., & Chen, K. (2021). The Association between Serotonin Degeneration and Beta-Amyloid Deposition in Late-Life Depression studied with Positron Emission Tomography and Multi-Modality Partial Least Squares. Translational Psychiatry, 11(473):1-8. (*Co-first authors

25. He, D., Workman, C.I., Kenett, Y.N., He, X., & Chatterjee, A. (2021). The Effect of Aging on Facial Attractiveness: An Empirical and Computational Investigation. Acta Psychologica, 219(103385):1-11.

24. Workman, C.I.* & Chatterjee, A. (2021). The Face Image Meta-Database (fIMDb) & ChatLab Facial Anomaly Database (CFAD): Tools for research on face perception and social stigma. Methods in Psychology, 5(100063):1-9. 

23. Workman, C.I., Humphries, S., Hartung, F., Aguirre, G.K., Kable, J.W., Chatterjee, A. (2021). Morality is in the eye of the beholder: The neurocognitive basis of the “anomalous-is-bad” stereotype. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1494(1):3-17. 

22. Smith, G.S., Kuwabara, H., Nandi, A., Gould, N., Nassery, N., Savonenko, A.V., Joo, J.J., Kraut, M.A., Brasic, J., Holt, D.P., Hall, A., Mathews, W., Dannals, R.F., Avramopoulos, D., Workman, C.I. (2021). Molecular Imaging of Beta-Amyloid Deposition in Late-life Depression. Neurobiology of Aging, 101:85-93.

21. Smith, G.S., Kuwabara, H., Gould, N., Nassery, N., Savonenko, A.V., Joo, J.J., Bigos, K., Kraut, M.A., Brasic, J., Holt, D.P., Hall, A., Mathews, W., Dannals, R.F., Nandi, A., Workman, C.I. (2021). Molecular Imaging of the Serotonin Transporter Availability and Occupancy by Antidepressant Treatment in Late-Life Depression. Neuropharmacology, 108447.

20. Smith, G.S., Oeltzschner, G., Leoutsakos, J–M.S., Gould, N., Nassery, N., Joo, J.J., Kraut, M.A., Edden, R.A.E., Barker, P.B., Wijtenburg, S.A., Rowland, L.M., Workman, C.I. (2021). Neurotransmitters and Neurometabolites in Late-Life Depression: A Preliminary Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Study at 7T. Journal of Affective Disorders, 279:417-425.

2020

19. Lythe, K.E., Gethin, J.A., Workman, C.I., Lambon Ralph, M.A., Deakin, J.F.W., Moll, J., Zahn, R. (2020). Subgenual cingulate activation and the finger of blame: individual differences and depression vulnerability. Psychological Medicine, 1-9. 

18. Workman, C.I., Yoder, K.J., Decety, J. (2020). The dark side of morality: Neural mechanisms underpinning moral convictions and support for violence. AJOB Neuroscience, 11(4):269-284.

2019

17. Oeltzschner, G., Wijtenburg, S.A., Mikkelsen, M., Edden, R.A.E., Barker, P.B., Joo, J.J., Rowland, L.M., Workman, C.I.*, Smith, G.S.* (2019). Neurometabolites and associations with cognitive deficits in mild cognitive impairment: A magnetic resonance spectroscopy study at 7 Tesla. Neurobiology of Aging, 73:211-218. (*Co-senior authors

2018

16. Decety, J., Pape, R.A., Workman, C.I. (2018). A multilevel social neuroscience perspective on radicalization and terrorism. Social Neuroscience, 13(5):511-529. 

15. Wijtenburg, S.A., Rowland, L.M., Oeltzschner, G., Workman, C.I., Smith, G.S. (2018). Reproducibility of brain MRS in older healthy adults at 7T. NMR in Biomedicine, 32(2):e4040. (*Co-senior authors

2017

14. Workman, C.I., Lythe, K.E., McKie, S., Moll, J., Gethin, J.A., Deakin, J.F.W., Elliott, R., Zahn, R. (2017). A novel resting-state functional MRI signature of resilience to recurrent depression. Psychological Medicine, 47(4):597-607.

13. Barrett, F.S., Workman, C.I., Sair, H.I., Savonenko, A.V., Kraut, M.A., Sodums, D., Joo, J.J., Nassery, N., Marano, C.M., Munro, C.A., Brandt, J., Zhou, Y., Wong, D.F., Smith, G.S. (2017). Association Between Serotonin Denervation and Resting-State Functional Connectivity in Mild Cognitive Impairment. Human Brain Mapping, 38(7):3391-01. 

12. Gethin, J.A., Lythe, K.E., Workman, C.I., Mayes, A., Moll, J., Zahn, R. (2017). Early life stress explains reduced positive memory biases in remitted depression. European Psychiatry, 45:59-64. 

11. Smith, G.S., Barrett, F.S., Joo, J.J., Nassery, N., Marano, C.M., Munro, C.A., Brandt, J., Savonenko, A.V., Sodums, D.J., Kraut, M.A., Zhou, Y., Wong, D.F., Workman, C.I. (2017). Molecular Imaging of Serotonin Degeneration in Mild Cognitive Impairment. Neurobiology of Disease, 105:33-41.

2016

10. Workman, C.I., Lythe, K.E., McKie, S., Moll, J., Gethin, J.A., Deakin, J.F.W., Elliott, R., Zahn, R. (2016). Subgenual Cingulate-Amygdala Functional Disconnection and Vulnerability to Melancholic Depression. Neuropsychopharmacology, 41(8):2082-90.

2015

9. Lythe, K.E., Moll, J., Gethin, J.A., Workman, C.I., Green, S., Lambon Ralph, M.A., Deakin, J.F.W., Zahn, R. (2015). Self-blame-selective hyperconnectivity between anterior temporal and subgenual cortices predicts recurrent depressive episodes. JAMA Psychiatry. 1;72(11):1119-26.

8. Marano, C.M., Workman, C.I., Lyman, C.H., Munro, C.A., Kraut, M.A., Smith, G.S. (2015). Structural Imaging in Late-Life Depression: Association with Mood and Cognitive Responses to Antidepressant Treatment. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 23(1):4-12.

7. Sankar, T., Chakravarty, M.M., Bescos, A., Lara, M., Laxton, A.W., McAndrews, M.P., Tang-Wai, D.F., Workman, C.I., Smith, G.S., Lozano, A.M. (2015). Deep Brain Stimulation Influences Brain Structure in Alzheimer’s Disease. Brain Stimulation, 8(3):645-54.

6. Zahn, R., Lythe, K.E., Gethin, J.A., Green, S., Deakin, J.F.W., Workman, C.I., Moll, J. (2015). Negative emotions towards others are diminished in remitted major depression. European Psychiatry, 30(4):448-53.

2014

5. Marano, C.M., Workman, C.I., Lyman, C.H., Kramer, E., Hermann, C.R., Ma, Y., Dhawan, V., Chaly, T., Eidelberg, D., Smith, G.S. (2014). The Relationship Between Fasting Serum Glucose and Cerebral Glucose Metabolism in Late-Life Depression and Normal Aging. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 222(1-2):84-90.

2012

4. Marano, C.M., Workman, C.I., Kramer, E., Hermann, C.R., Ma, Y., Dhawan, V., Chaly, T., Eidelberg, D., Smith, G.S. (2012). Longitudinal Studies of Cerebral Glucose Metabolism in Late-Life Depression and Normal Aging. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 28(4):417-23.

3. Munro, C.A., Workman, C.I., Kramer, E., Hermann, C.R., Ma, Y., Dhawan, V., Chaly, T., Eidelberg, D., Smith, G.S. (2012). Serotonin Modulation of Cerebral Glucose Metabolism: Sex and Age Effects. Synapse, 66(11):955-64.

2. Smith, G.S., Laxton, A.W., Tang-Wai, D.F., McAndrews, M.P., Diaconescu, A.O., Workman, C.I., Lozano, A.M. (2012). Increased Cerebral Metabolism After 1 Year of Deep Brain Stimulation in Alzheimer Disease. Archives of Neurology, 69(9): 1141-8.

2011

1. Smith, G.S., Workman, C.I., Kramer, E., Hermann, C.R., Ginsberg, R., Ma, Y., Dhawan, V., Chaly, T., Eidelberg, D. (2011). The Relationship Between the Acute Cerebral Metabolic Response to Citalopram and Chronic Citalopram Treatment Outcome. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 19(1):53-63.