Nicole Giuliani is a post-doc working with Elliot Berkman and Jennifer Pfeifer in the Psychology Department at the University of Oregon. Dr. Giuliani’s research interests center around how we change our feelings in service of psychological and physical health. She is particularly interested in novel applications of cognitive reappraisal, integrating neural (functional and structural MRI), behavioral, and real-world methodological approaches, and understanding the developmental trajectories of adaptive emotion regulation. She received her PhD in 2011 from Stanford University.
- Giuliani, N.R., Mann, T., Tomiyama, A.J., & Berkman, E.T. (in press). Neural systems underlying the reappraisal of personally-craved foods. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
- Giuliani, N.R., Calcott, R.D., Berkman, E.T. (2013) Piece of cake: Cognitive reappraisal of food craving. Appetite 64: 56-61.
- Giuliani, N.R., Drabant, E.M., Bhatnagar, R., Gross, J.J. (2011) Emotion regulation and brain plasticity: Expressive suppression use predicts anterior insula volume. NeuroImage 58(1): 10-15.
- Giuliani, N.R, Drabant, E.M., Gross, J.J. (2011) Anterior cingulate cortex volume and emotion regulation: Is bigger better? Biological Psychology 86(3): 379-382.
- Giuliani, N.R., McRae, K., Gross, J.J. (2008) The up- and down-regulation of amusement: Experiential, behavioral and autonomic consequences. Emotion 8(5): 714-719.