Presentations

First author only, for a complete list of presentations please see my CV.

Talks 


*indicates an invited talk

Ray, M.H. (2020). A role for the nucleus accumbens core in adaptive scaling of fear. Eastern Psychological Association annual meeting.

Ray, M.H. & Walker, R.A. (2020). What’s your brain afraid of?. Harvard University, Science in the News Seminar Series.

*Ray, M.H. (2019). A role for the nucleus accumbens core in adaptive scaling of fear. Kansas State University, Department of Psychological Sciences.

*Ray, M.H. (2019). Ketamine: From street drug to depression therapy. Boston Public Library: What’s New in the Brain?

Ray, M.H. (2018). Needless and necessary: Distinct roles for the lateral orbitofrontal cortex and nucleus accumbens core in rapid, adaptive scaling of fear. Boston College Graduate Research Day.

Ray, M.H. (2017). Lateral orbitofrontal cortex regulation of aversive prediction errors. Boston College Arts and Sciences Graduate Student Conference.

Ray, M.H. (2016). That professor is evil!: Beliefs in pure evil and beliefs in pure good as predictors of students’ perceptions of professor. Kansas State University Department of Psychological Sciences Research Seminar.

Ray, M.H. (2015). Orbitofrontal cortex lesions improve reversal learning in a novel task. Kansas State University Department of Psychological Sciences Undergraduate Research Convocation.

Poster Presentations


Ray, M.H., Russ, A.N., Walker, R.A., & McDannald, M.A. (2019). A role for the nucleus accumbens core in adaptive scaling of fear. Society for Neuroscience.

Ray, M.H., Russ, A.N., Walker, R.A., & McDannald, M.A. (2019). A role for the nucleus accumbens core in adaptive scaling of fear. Gordon Research Seminar and Conference: Amygdala Function in Emotion, Cognition and Disease.

Ray, M.H., Russ, A.N., Enabulele, E.K., Lee, E., & McDannald, M.A. (2018). Roles for the nucleus accumbens core, and its Gad1 subpopulation, in adaptive scaling of fear. Society for Neuroscience.

Ray, M.H., Hanlon, E., & McDannald, M.A. (2017). Lateral orbitofrontal cortex regulation of aversive prediction errors. Society for Neuroscience.

Ray, M.H., Hanlon, E., & McDannald, M.A. (2017). Lateral orbitofrontal cortex regulation of aversive prediction errors. Boston Area Neuroscience Group; Chapter of Society for Neuroscience.

Ray, M.H., & McDannald, M.A. (2017). Lateral orbitofrontal cortex regulation of aversive prediction errors. Eastern Psychological Association.

Ray, M.H., Crabtree, M., & Pickens, C. (2016). Orbitofrontal cortex lesions improve performance in a go/no-go reversal learning task. Society for Neuroscience.

Ray, M.H., Martens, A., & Saucier, D. (2016). That Professor Is Evil!: Beliefs in Pure Evil and Beliefs in Pure Good as Predictors of Students’ Perceptions of Professor. Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

Ray, M.H., Bright, N., Gallo, M., Jantsch, M., & Pickens, C. (2015). Alcohol consumption causes over- responding on reinforced response options in rats. Society for Neuroscience.

Ray, M.H., Bright, N., Gallo, M., Mwebaza, N., Rodgers, B., Ruggle, K., & Pickens, C. (2014). Withdrawal from chronic intermittent access to ethanol alters within-session patterns of responding, but does not impair reversal learning, in rats. Society for Neuroscience.

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