Jennifer Stevens PhD

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Phone: 404-778-1698

Email: jennifer.stevens@emory.edu

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Assistant Professor

SOM: Psych: Admin

School Of Medicine

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Works 1-10 of 17

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Article

The Role of the Hippocampus in Predicting Future Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in Recently Traumatized Civilians

by Sanne J. H. van Rooij; Jennifer Stevens; Timothy D. Ely; Rebecca C. Hinrichs; Vasiliki Michopoulos; Sterling J. Winters; Yvonne E. Ogbonmwan; Jaemin Shin; Nicole R. Nugent; Lauren A. Hudak; Barbara O Rothbaum; Kerry Ressler; Tanja Jovanovic

2018

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Examining Individual and Synergistic Contributions of PTSD and Genetics to Blood Pressure: A Trans-Ethnic Meta-Analysis

by Alicia Smith; Charles Gillespie; Vasiliki Michopoulos; Bekh Bradley-Davino; Tanja Jovanovic; Barbara Rothbaum; Adriana Lori; Jennifer Stevens; JA Sumner; AX Maihofer; LM Almli; OA Andreassen; AE Ashley-Koch; DG Baker; JC Beckham; B Bradley; G Breen; JR Coleman; AM Dale; MF Dennis; NC Feeny; CE Franz; ME Garrett; G Guffanti; MA Hauser; SMJ Hemmings; NA Kimbrel; WS Kremen; BR Lawford; MW Logue; MJ Lyons; J Maples-Keller; MR Mavissakalian; RE McGlinchey; D Mehta; R Mellor; W Milberg; MW Miller; CP Morris; MS Panizzon; KJ Ressler; VB Risbrough; P Roy-Byrne; S Seedat; LL van den Heuvel; J Voisey; RM Young; LA Zoellner; CM Nievergelt; EJ Wolf

2021

Article

Altered white matter microstructural organization in posttraumatic stress disorder across 3047 adults: results from the PGC-ENIGMA PTSD consortium

by Negar Fani; Kerry Ressler; Tanja Jovanovic; Jennifer Stevens; Sanne van Rooij; EL Dennis; SG Disner; LE Salminen; M Logue; EK Clarke; CC Haswell; CL Averill; LA Baugh; J Bomyea; SE Bruce; J Cha; K Choi; ND Davenport; M Densmore; S du Plessis; GL Forster; JL Frijling; A Gonenc; S Gruber; DW Grupe; JP Guenette; J Hayes; D Hofmann; J Ipser; S Kelly; M Kennis; P Kinzel; SBJ Koch; I Koerte; S Koopowitz; M Korgaonkar; J Krystal; LAM Lebois; G Li; VA Magnotta; A Manthey; GJ May; DS Menefee; L Nawijn; SM Nelson; RWJ Neufeld; JB Nitschke; D O Doherty; M Peverill; A Roos; MA Sheridan; A Sierk; A Simmons; RM Simons; JS Simons; B Suarez-Jimenez; DR Sullivan; J Théberge; JK Tran; L van den Heuvel; SJA van der Werff; M van Zuiden; C Velez; M Verfaellie; RRJM Vermeiren; BSC Wade; T Wager; H Walter; S Winternitz; J Wolff; G York; Y Zhu; X Zhu; CG Abdallah; R Bryant; JK Daniels; RJ Davidson; KA Fercho; C Franz; E Geuze; EM Gordon; ML Kaufman; WS Kremen; J Lagopoulos; RA Lanius; MJ Lyons; SR McCauley; R McGlinchey; KA McLaughlin; W Milberg; Y Neria; M Olff; S Seedat; M Shenton; SR Sponheim; DJ Stein; MB Stein; T Straube; DF Tate; NJA van der Wee

2019

Article

Increased Skin Conductance Response in the Immediate Aftermath of Trauma Predicts PTSD Risk.

by Rebecca Hinrichs; Sanne JH van Rooij; Vasiliki Michopoulos; Katharina Schultebraucks; Sterling Winters; Jessica Maples-Keller; Alex O Rothbaum; Jennifer Stevens; Isaac Galatzer-Levy; Barbara O Rothbaum; Kerry J Ressler; Tanja Jovanovic

2019