Complete Citation List



  1. Stewart, K.E.E., & Shane, M.S. (submitted). High Psychopathic Trait Individuals’ Decisions to Empathize are Influenced by Power Dynamics. Scientific Reports, X, XX-XX. Citation count: N/A


  1. Carrington, F., Groat, L.L., & Shane, M.S. (submitted). Characterizing Spontaneous and Deliberate Manifestations of Emotion Sharing and their Relationship with Psychopathic Traits. Biological Psychology, X, XX-XX. Citation count: N/A


  1. Garofalo, C., Eisenbarth, H., & Shane, M.S. (2022). All walks of life: Editorial for the Special Issue on “The impact of psychopathy: Multidisciplinary and applied perspectives”. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 66, 1491-1497. Citation count: 1


  1. Akca, D., Di Danieli, C., Shane, M.S. et al. (2022). A Test of a Short PEACE Interview Training Course: Training Efficacy and Individual Differences. J Police Crim Psych 37, 183–194. Citation count: N/A
  2. Winkler, E., Stevens, M., Shane, M.S., & Novotny, S. (2022). DSC augmentation of voluntary neuromodulation in healthy adults. Biological Psychology, 91, S119. Citation count: 0


  1. Shane, M.S. & *Denomme, W.J. (2021). Data-driven approaches to parsing neurocognitive abnormalities associated with externalizing behavior from more pervasive externalizing characteristics. Personality Neuroscience, 4, 1-18. Citation count: 2


  1. *Simard, I., *Denomme, W.J., & Shane, M.S. (2021). Altered power spectra in antisocial males during rest as a function of cocaine dependence: A network analysis. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 309, 111235. Citation count: 4


  1. Shane, M. S. (2020, June 9). The Motivation to Empathize Scale - Indexing Virtuous and Nonvirtuous Motives to Empathize. PsyArXiv. Citation count: 1


  1. *Groat, L.L. & Shane, M.S. (2020). A Motivational Account of Psychopathy: Etiological considerations and implications for treatment. European Psychologist, 25, 92-103. Citation count: 26


  1. *Denomme, W. J., & Shane, M. S. (2020). History of withdrawal modulates drug-and food-cue reactivity in cocaine dependent participants. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 208, 107815. Citation count: 10


  1. *Maraj, A., Martin, M., Shane, M.S., Mohammad, N. (2019). On the relationship between personality traits and password security. Human Factors in Computing Systems.1-7. Citation count: 9


  1. *Denomme, W.J., *Simard, I., & Shane, M.S. (2018). Neuroimaging metrics of drug and food processing in cocaine-dependence, as a function of psychopathic traits and substance use severity. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, 350. Citation count: 21
  2. Shane, M.S. & *Groat, L.L.  (2018). Capacity for upregulation of emotional processing in psychopathy: All you have to do is ask. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 13, 1163-1176. Citation count: 40
  3. Claus, E., & Shane, M.S. (2018). Reduced dACC response following presentation of negative feedback differentiates stimulant abusers from nonabusers and is associated with abstinence twelve months later. Neuroimage: Clinical, 20, 16-23. Citation count: 8
  4. *Arbuckle, N.L., & Shane, M.S. (2017). Up-regulation of neural indicators of empathy in offenders. Social Neuroscience, X, XX-XX. doi: 10.1080/17470919.2016.1179669. Citation count: 33


  1. Shane, M.S., & *Weywadt, C.R. (2014). Voluntary modulation of anterior cingulate response to negative feedback. PLoS One, 9, 1-10. Citation count: 4


  1. *Cope, L., Shane, M.S., Segall, J., Stevens, M., Pearlson, G., & Kiehl, K.A., (2012). Examining the effect of psychopathic traits on gray matter volume in a community substance abuse sample. Psychiatric Research: Neuroimaging, 91-100. Citation count: 80


  1. Posse, S., Ackley, E., Mutihac, R., Rick, J., Shane, M.S., Murray-Krezan, C., et al. (2012). Enhancement of temporal resolution and BOLD sensitivity in real-time fMRI using multi-slab echo-volumar imaging. NeuroImage, 61, 115-130. Citation count: 110


  1. Harenski, C.L., Harenski, K.A., Shane, M.S., & Kiehl, K.A. (2012). Neural development of mentalizing in moral judgment from adolescence to adulthood. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2, 162-173. Citation count: 71


  1. Mayer, A.R., Teshiba, T.M., Franco, A.R., Ling, J., Shane, M.S., Stephen, J.M, & Jung, R.E. (2012). Modeling conflict and error in the medial frontal cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 33, 2843-2855. Citation count: 48


  1. DeYoung, C.G., Hirsch, J.B., Shane, M.S., Papademetris, X., Rajeevan, N., & Gray, J.R. (2010). Testing Predictions from Personality Neuroscience: Brain Structure and the Big Five. Psychological Science, 21, 820–828. Citation count: 1368

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  1. Harenski, C., Harenski, KA, Shane, M.S., Kiehl, K.A. (2010). Aberrant neural processing of moral violations in criminal psychopaths. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 119, 863-874. Citation count: 348


  1. Harenski, C., Antonenko,  O., Shane, M.S., & Kiehl, K.A. (2010). A functional imaging investigation of moral deliberation and moral intuition. NeuroImage, 49, 2707-2716. Citation count: 94
  2. Shane, M.S., Stevens, M., Harenski, C.L. & Kiehl, K.A. (2009). Double dissociation between perspective-taking and empathic-concern as predictors of hemodynamic response to another’s mistakes. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 4, 111-118. Citation count: 34


  1. Luu, P., Shane, M.S., Pratt, N., & Tucker, D. (2009). Corticolimbic mechanisms in the control of trial and error learning. Brain Research, 1287, 100-113. Citation count: 58


  1. Harenski, C.L., Antonenko, O., Shane, M.S., Kiehl, K.A. (2008) Gender differences in neural mechanisms underlying moral sensitivity. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience, 3, 313-321. Citation count: 171


  1. Shane, M.S., Stevens, M., Harenski, C.L. & Kiehl, K.A. (2008). Neural correlates of the processing of another’s mistakes: A possible underpinning for social and observational learning. NeuroImage, 42, 450-459. Citation count: 88


  1. Shane, M.S., & Peterson, J.B. (2007). An evaluation of early and late stage attentional processing of positive and negative stimuli in dysphoria. Cognition and Emotion, 21, 789-815. Citation count: 134


  1. Shane, M.S., & Kiehl, K.A. (2007). Psychopathy as a measure of offender risk: An important component of a comprehensive risk assessment battery. Offender Substance Abuse Report, 4, 1-12. Citation count: NA


  1. Shane, M.S., & Peterson, J.B. (2004). Self-induced memory distortions and the allocation of processing resources at encoding and retrieval. Cognition and Emotion, 18, 533-558. Citation count: 31


  1. Shane, M.S., & Peterson, J.B. (2004). Defensive copers show a deficit in passive avoidance learning on Newman's go/no-go task: Implications for self-deception and socialization. Journal of Personality, 72, 939-966. Citation count: 56

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