Dr. Greeson's Publications
Greeson, J.M., Zarrin, H., Smoski, M.J., Brantley, J.G., Lynch, T.R., Webber, D.M., Hall, M.H., Suarez, E.C., & Wolever, R.Q. (2018) Mindfulness meditation targets transdiagnostic symptoms implicated in stress-related disorders: Understanding relationships between changes in mindfulness, sleep quality, and physical symptoms. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Article ID 4505191.
Greeson, J.M., Brantley, J.G., Smoski, M.J., Suarez, E.C., Ekblad, A.G., Lynch, T.R., & Wolever, R.Q. (2015). Decreased symptoms of depression after mindfulness-based stress reduction: Potential moderating effects of religiosity, spirituality, trait mindfulness, gender, and age. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 21, 166-174.
Moss, A.S., Reibel, D.K., Greeson, J.M., Thapar, A., Bubb, R., Salmon, J., & Newberg, A.B. (2015). An adapted mindfulness-based stress reduction program for elders in a continuing care retirement community: Quantitative & qualitative results from a pilot randomized controlled trial. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 34, 518-538.
Froeliger, B., Garland, E.L., Kozink, R.V., Modlin, L.A., Chen, N.-K., McClernon, F.J., Greeson, J.M., & Sobin, P. (2012). Meditation-State Functional Connectivity (msFC): Strengthening of the Dorsal Attention Network and Beyond. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Volume 2012, Article ID 680407, 9 pages.
Hall, M., Greeson, J., & Pantesco, E. (in press). Sleep as a biobehavioral risk factor for cardiovascular disease. In S.R. Waldstein, W.J. Kop, & L.I. Katzel (eds.), Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine. New York, NY: Springer.
Hurwitz, B.E., McIntosh, R.C., & Greeson, J.M. (in press). HIV-1 spectrum disease, psychological distress, and cardiometabolic risk. In S.R. Waldstein, W.J. Kop, & L.I. Katzel (eds.), Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine. New York, NY: Springer.
Wang, L., Paul, N., Stanton, S., Greeson, J., & Smoski, M. (2013). Loss of sustained activity in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex in response to repeated stress in individuals with early-life emotional abuse: Implications for depression vulnerability. Frontiers in Psychology: Emotion Science. June 2013, Volume 4, Article 320.
Greeson, J.M., Lewis, J.G., Kuhn, C.M., Achanzar, K., Zimmerman, E., Young, K.H., & Suarez, E.C. (2009). Stress-induced changes in the expression of monocytic β-2 integrins: The impact of arousal of negative affect and adrenergic responses to the Anger Recall Task. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 23, 251-256.
Hurwitz, B.E., Klaus, J.R., Llabre, M.M., Gonzalez, A., Lawrence, P.J., Maher, K.J., Greeson, J.M., Baum, M.K., Shor-Posner, G., Skyler, J.S., & Schneiderman, N. (2007). Suppression of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 viral load with selenium supplementation: A randomized controlled trial. Archives of Internal Medicine, 167, 148-154.
Hurwitz, B.E., Klimas, N.G., Llabre, M.M., Maher, K.J., Skyler, J.S., Bilsker, M.S., McPherson-Baker, S., Lawrence, P.J., LaPerriere, A.R., Greeson, J.M., Klaus, J.R., Lawrence, R., & Schneiderman, N. (2004). HIV, metabolic syndrome X, inflammation, oxidative stress, and coronary heart disease risk: Role of protease inhibitor exposure. Cardiovascular Toxicology, 4, 303-316.
Melatonin and Light Research
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