Anthony J. Cunningham, Ph.D.
Research Fellow in Psychiatry
Position

Research Fellow in Psychiatry, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Mentor

Robert Stickgold, Ph.D.

Address

 

Center for Sleep and Cognition
375 Longwood Avenue
Ms-302  
Boston MA 02215

Publications View
The darkest hours: McCarthy et al. (2019) report increased risk for suicide from midnight to 3 am for U.S. veterans and civilians.
Authors: Authors: Cunningham TJ, Bowman MA.
Sleep
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Sleep's benefits to emotional processing emerge in the long term.
Authors: Authors: Bolinger E, Cunningham TJ, Payne JD, Bowman MA, Bulca E, Born J, Zinke K.
Cortex
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Anxious, but not depressive, symptoms are associated with poorer prospective memory performance in healthy college students: Preliminary evidence using the tripartite model of anxiety and depression.
Authors: Authors: Bowman MA, Cunningham TJ, Levin-Aspenson HF, O'Rear AE, Pauszek JR, Ellickson-Larew S, Martinez BS, Payne JD.
J Clin Exp Neuropsychol
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Post-encoding stress enhances mnemonic discrimination of negative stimuli.
Authors: Authors: Cunningham TJ, Leal SL, Yassa MA, Payne JD.
Learn Mem
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Effects of post-encoding stress on performance in the DRM false memory paradigm.
Authors: Authors: Pardilla-Delgado E, Alger SE, Cunningham TJ, Kinealy B, Payne JD.
Learn Mem
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The role of sleep in human declarative memory consolidation.
Authors: Authors: Alger SE, Chambers AM, Cunningham T, Payne JD.
Curr Top Behav Neurosci
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Psychophysiological arousal at encoding leads to reduced reactivity but enhanced emotional memory following sleep.
Authors: Authors: Cunningham TJ, Crowell CR, Alger SE, Kensinger EA, Villano MA, Mattingly SM, Payne JD.
Neurobiol Learn Mem
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Prospection and emotional memory: how expectation affects emotional memory formation following sleep and wake.
Authors: Authors: Cunningham TJ, Chambers AM, Payne JD.
Front Psychol
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