Katie Lancaster, PhD

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Hearst Postdoctoral Fellow

Department
Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Center for Traumatic Brain Injury Research
Laboratory
Social Cognition and Neuroscience Laboratory
Phone
973-324-8431

Dr. Lancaster is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Social Cognition and Neuroscience Laboratory. She received her PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Virginia in 2018. Dr. Lancaster studies social neuroscience with an emphasis on understanding how people regulate their own emotions and perceive the emotions of others; she is exploring the neural mechanisms of deficits in these processes in TBI and MS populations. She is also interested in the provision and receipt of social support and how it interacts with well-being, broadly defined.

Expertise
Emotional processes
Experimental psychology
Functional neuroimaging
Imaging epigenetics
Publications

View a more comprehensive listing of publications for Dr. Lancaster on ResearchGate

DNA methylation of OXTR is associated with parasympathetic nervous system activity and amygdala morphology
K Lancaster, L Goldbeck, MH Puglia, JP Morris, JJ Connelly
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 13 (11), 1155-1162        2018

The role of endogenous oxytocin in anxiolysis: structural and functional correlates
K Lancaster, L Goldbeck, H Pournajafi-Nazarloo, JJ Connelly, CS Carter, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3 (7), 618-625    4    2018

Neuroimaging epigenetics: Challenges and recommendations for best practices
K Lancaster, JP Morris, JJ Connelly
Neuroscience 370, 88-100    3    2018

Sex differences, hormones, and fMRI stress response circuitry deficits in psychoses
JM Goldstein, K Lancaster, JM Longenecker, B Abbs, LM Holsen, ...
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 232 (3), 226-236    11    2015

Plasma oxytocin explains individual differences in neural substrates of social perception
K Lancaster, CS Carter, H Pournajafi-Nazarloo, T Karaoli, TS Lillard, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 132    36    2015

17β-Estradiol differentially regulates stress circuitry activity in healthy and depressed women
EG Jacobs, LM Holsen, K Lancaster, N Makris, S Whitfield-Gabrieli, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 40 (3), 566-576    31    2015

HPA-axis hormone modulation of stress response circuitry activity in women with remitted major depression
LM Holsen, K Lancaster, A Klibanski, S Whitfield-Gabrieli, S Cherkerzian, ...
Neuroscience 250, 733-742    55    2013

Combining explicit and implicit measures of racial discrimination in health research
N Krieger, D Carney, K Lancaster, PD Waterman, A Kosheleva, M Banaji
American journal of public health 100 (8), 1485-1492    109    2010

Cooling the heat of temptation: Mental self‐control and the automatic evaluation of tempting stimuli
W Hofmann, R Deutsch, K Lancaster, MR Banaji
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (1), 17-25    58    2010