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In Review

 
In Press
Metcalfe, J., & Jacobs, W. J. (in press). Can 'Hot' Human Emotions be Captured by 'Cool' Mathematical Models? The Tallin, Estonia Book. ABSTRACT 

 
Published
Jacobs, W. J. & Nadel, L. (1999). The first panic attack: A neurobiological theory. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 53, 92-107.
Jacobs, W. J. & Nadel, L. (1998).  Neurobiology of reconstructed memory.  Psychology of Public Policy and Law, 4, 1-25. ABSTRACT
Jacobs, W. J. & Dahlenberg, C. (1998). Subtle presentation of Post-traumatic stress disorder: Diagnostic issues. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 21, 835-845.
Nadel, L. & Jacobs, W. J. (1998).  Traumatic memory is special. Current Issues in Psychological Science, 7, 1-4 No abstract available 
Metcalfe, J. & Jacobs W. J. (1998).  Emotional memory: The effects of stress on 'cool' and 'hot' memory systems. In (D. L. Medin, Ed.), The psychology of learning and motivation:  Advances in research and theory, Vol 38. ABSTRACT 
Metcalfe, J. & Jacobs, W. J. (1996). An interactive hot system/cool system view of memory under stress. PTSD Research Quarterly, 7, 1-6. 
Nadel, L. & Jacobs, W. J. (1996). The role of the Hippocampus in PTSD, panic, and phobia. (pp. 455-463). In N. Kato (Ed.), Hippocampus: Functions and clinical relevance. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science B.V. 
Jacobs, W. J. & Blackburn, J. R. (1995). A model for Pavlovian Conditioning: Variations in representations of the unconditional stimulus. Integrative Physiology and Behavioral Science, 30, 12-33. 
Jacobs, W. J., Nadel, L. & Hayden V. (1992). Anxiety disorders. In D. J. Stein & J. Young (Eds.). Cognitive science and clinical disorders. (Pp. 211-233) Academic Press. 
Tataryn, D., Nadel, L. & Jacobs W. J. (1989). Cognitive therapy and cognitive science. In A. Freeman, K.S. Simon, H. Arkowitz & L. Beutler (Eds.), A Handbook of cognitive therapy. (Pp. 83-98). Cambridge: MIT Press. 
Jacobs, W. J. & Nadel, L. (1985). Stress induced recovery of fears and phobias. Psychological Review, 92, 512-531. 


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