Adam Roark Cobb

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentCrime Victims Center
AddressP.O. Box MSC 861
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    1. Cobb AR, O'Connor P, Zaizar E, Caulfield K, Gonzalez-Lima F, Telch MJ. tDCS-Augmented in vivo exposure therapy for specific fears: A randomized clinical trial. J Anxiety Disord. 2021 03; 78:102344. PMID: 33418483.
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    2. Cox KS, Wangelin BC, Keller SM, Lozano BE, Murphy MM, Maher EK, Cobb AR, Tuerk PW. Emotional Processing of Imaginal Exposures Predicts Symptom Improvement: Therapist Ratings Can Assess Trajectory in Prolonged Exposure for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. J Trauma Stress. 2020 06; 33(3):338-344. PMID: 32103546.
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    3. Rubin M, Hawkins B, Cobb A, Telch MJ. Emotional reactivity to grief-related expressive writing. Death Stud. 2020; 44(9):552-560. PMID: 31066631.
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    4. Cobb AR, Josephs RA, Lancaster CL, Lee HJ, Telch MJ. Cortisol, Testosterone, and Prospective Risk for War-zone Stress-Evoked Depression. Mil Med. 2018 11 01; 183(11-12):e535-e545. PMID: 29718455.
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    5. Zoellner LA, Telch M, Foa EB, Farach FJ, McLean CP, Gallop R, Bluett EJ, Cobb A, Gonzalez-Lima F. Enhancing Extinction Learning in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder With Brief Daily Imaginal Exposure and Methylene Blue: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Clin Psychiatry. 2017 Jul; 78(7):e782-e789. PMID: 28686823.
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    6. Josephs RA, Cobb AR, Lancaster CL, Lee HJ, Telch MJ. Dual-hormone stress reactivity predicts downstream war-zone stress-evoked PTSD. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2017 04; 78:76-84. PMID: 28178580.
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    7. Lancaster CL, Cobb AR, Lee HJ, Telch MJ. The role of perceived threat in the emergence of PTSD and depression symptoms during warzone deployment. Psychol Trauma. 2016 07; 8(4):528-34. PMID: 27348069.
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    8. Telch MJ, Bruchey AK, Rosenfield D, Cobb AR, Smits J, Pahl S, Gonzalez-Lima F. Effects of post-session administration of methylene blue on fear extinction and contextual memory in adults with claustrophobia. Am J Psychiatry. 2014 Oct; 171(10):1091-8. PMID: 25018057.
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    9. Merritt PS, Cobb AR, Cook GI. Sex differences in the cognitive effects of tobacco abstinence: a pilot study. Exp Clin Psychopharmacol. 2012 Aug; 20(4):258-63. PMID: 22369669.
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    10. Merritt PS, Cobb AR, Moissinac L, Hirshman E. Evidence that episodic memory impairment during tobacco abstinence is independent of attentional mechanisms. J Gen Psychol. 2010 Oct-Dec; 137(4):331-42. PMID: 21086856.
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