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* denotes equal contribution authorship

+ denotes advisee

Matijczak, A., +Yates, M.S. Ruiz, M.C., Santos, L.R., Kazdin, A.E., & Raila, H. (In press). The influence of interaction with pet dogs on psychological distress. Emotion.

+Moore, A., Wheaton, M.G., Rodriguez, C.I., & Raila, H. (In press). Specifying the link between intolerance of uncertainty and compulsions in OCD. Journal of Emotion and Psychopathology.

Rutherford, A.V., Raila, H., Blicher, A., Vanderlind, W.M., & Joormann, J. (2022). Seeing red: Distraction influences visual attention for anger but not other negative emotions. Emotion. Advance online publication.

*Fracalanza, K., *Raila, H. & Rodriguez, C. (2021).  Could written imaginal exposure be helpful for hoarding disorder? A case series. Journal of Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders, 29, 1-5.

Mahnke, A., Linkovski, O., Timpano, K., Van Roessel, P., Sanchez, C., Varias, A., Mukunda, P., Fillipou-Frye, M., Lombardi, A., Raila, H., Anderson, K., Sandu, T., Wright, B., McCarthy, E., Garcia, G.E., Asgari, S., Qiu, T., Bernert, R., & Rodriguez, C.I. (2021). Examining subjective sleep quality in adults with hoarding disorder.  Journal of Psychiatric Research, 137, 597-602.


Raila, H., Julian, M., Lebowitz, E., & Silverman, W. (2020). Failure to launch: Separating from the mothership through a coordinated treatment for agoraphobia.  Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, Advance Online Publication.


Lewis, E.J., Blanco-Martinez, I., Raila, H., & Joormann, J. (2019). Does repetitive negative thinking affect attention? Differential effects of worry and rumination on attention to emotional stimuli. Emotion, 19, 1450-1462.


Rodriguez-Guzman, J., Ramos, M.A., Silva, M., Mata, D.A., Raila, H., Rohrbaugh, R., & Barkil-Oteo, A. (2018). Training health professional students as lay counselors to treat depression in a student-run free clinic.  Journal of Student-Run Clinics, 4, 1-7.


Raila, H., Scholl, B.J., & Gruber, J. (2015). Seeing the world through rose-colored glasses: People who are happy and satisfied with life preferentially attend to positive stimuli. Emotion, 15, 449-462.


Whalen, P.J., Raila, H., Bennett, R., Mattek, A., Brown, A., Taylor, J., VanTieghem, M., Tanner, A., Miner, M. & Palmer, A. (2013). Neuroscience and facial expressions of emotion: The role of amygdala-prefrontal interactions.  Emotion Review, 5, 78-83.


Hechtman, L.A., Raila, H., Chiao, J.Y., & Gruber, J. (2013). Positive emotion regulation and psychopathology: A cultural neuroscience approach. The Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 4, 502-528.

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