Joshua Woolley, MD, PhD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Psychiatry
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address675 18th Street, #4250
San Francisco CA 94107
Phone415-221-4810 ext. 4117
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

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    University of California, San Francisco Residency 2011School of Medicine
    University of California, San FranciscoM.D.2007 School of Medicine
    University of California, San FranciscoPh.D.2005 Graduate Division (Neuroscience)
    Brown University, Providence, RIBachelor of Science1999Biology and Philosophy

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    Dr. Josh Woolley is an Associate Professor in Residence in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) as well as a staff psychiatrist in Mental Health at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center (SFVAMC). He is Board Certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is the Director of the Bonding and Attunement in Neuropsychiatric Disorders (BAND) lab at UCSF that focuses on understanding and treating social deficits in neuropsychiatric disorders including schizophrenia, substance use disorders, and mood disorders. He is also the Director of the Translational Psychedelic Research (TrPR) Program at UCSF, which brings together scientists and care providers across disciplines to understand how psilocybin, LSD, ketamine, MDMA, and related compounds impact the brain and other organ systems.

    In addition to his work as a researcher, Dr. Woolley is also a dedicated mentor, clinician, and educator who enjoys training the next generation of clinicians and scientists. Over the course of his career, Dr. Woolley has mentored over 80 research assistants, over 20 postdoctoral fellows and several junior faculty members. He is the Associate Director of the Psychosis Clinic at the SFVA where he supervises and trains medical students, psychiatry residents, and clinical and research fellows. He has also served as the Co-Director of the first-year medical school psychiatry course Brain Mind and Behavior, and has been given several awards for his dedication to teaching.

    Dr. Woolley has received numerous intramural and extramural awards including the NARSAD Young Investigator Award from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, the Young Investigator Award, as well as travel awards from the California Society for Addiction Medicine, the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology, and the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. He is an Associate Member of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. His work is supported by the Department of Veteran Affairs as well as the Department of Defense, philanthropy, and industry. He has also published his work widely in high-impact journals including Schizophrenia Bulletin, Biological Psychiatry, and American Journal of Psychiatry, among others.

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    1. Effects of Ayahuasca on Gratitude and Relationships with Nature: A Prospective, Naturalistic Study. J Psychoactive Drugs. 2024 Feb 04; 1-10. Aday JS, Bloesch EK, Davis AK, Domoff SE, Scherr K, Woolley JD, Davoli CC. PMID: 38310541.
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    2. Single-Dose Psilocybin Treatment for Major Depressive Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA. 2023 09 05; 330(9):843-853. Raison CL, Sanacora G, Woolley J, Heinzerling K, Dunlop BW, Brown RT, Kakar R, Hassman M, Trivedi RP, Robison R, Gukasyan N, Nayak SM, Hu X, O'Donnell KC, Kelmendi B, Sloshower J, Penn AD, Bradley E, Kelly DF, Mletzko T, Nicholas CR, Hutson PR, Tarpley G, Utzinger M, Lenoch K, Warchol K, Gapasin T, Davis MC, Nelson-Douthit C, Wilson S, Brown C, Linton W, Ross S, Griffiths RR. PMID: 37651119; PMCID: PMC10472268.
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    3. MDMA-Assisted Therapy for Severe PTSD: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Phase 3 Study. Focus (Am Psychiatr Publ). 2023 Jul; 21(3):315-328. Mitchell JM, Bogenschutz M, Lilienstein A, Harrison C, Kleiman S, Parker-Guilbert K, Ot'alora G M, Garas W, Paleos C, Gorman I, Nicholas C, Mithoefer M, Carlin S, Poulter B, Mithoefer A, Quevedo S, Wells G, Klaire SS, van der Kolk B, Tzarfaty K, Amiaz R, Worthy R, Shannon S, Woolley JD, Marta C, Gelfand Y, Hapke E, Amar S, Wallach Y, Brown R, Hamilton S, Wang JB, Coker A, Matthews R, de Boer A, Yazar-Klosinski B, Emerson A, Doblin R. PMID: 37404971; PMCID: PMC10316215.
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    4. Emerging Challenges for Psychedelic Therapy. JAMA Psychiatry. 2023 06 01; 80(6):533-534. Aday JS, Carhart-Harris RL, Woolley JD. PMID: 37074690.
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    5. Risks and benefits of psilocybin use in people with bipolar disorder: An international web-based survey on experiences of 'magic mushroom' consumption. J Psychopharmacol. 2023 01; 37(1):49-60. Morton E, Sakai K, Ashtari A, Pleet M, Michalak EE, Woolley J. PMID: 36515370; PMCID: PMC9834328.
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    6. "A sense of the bigger picture:" A qualitative analysis of follow-up interviews with people with bipolar disorder who self-reported psilocybin use. PLoS One. 2022; 17(12):e0279073. DellaCrosse M, Pleet M, Morton E, Ashtari A, Sakai K, Woolley J, Michalak E. PMID: 36516137; PMCID: PMC9749989.
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    7. The effects of intranasal oxytocin on black participants' responses to outgroup acceptance and rejection. Front Psychol. 2022; 13:916305. Park J, Woolley J, Mendes WB. PMID: 36059785; PMCID: PMC9434127.
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    8. Prior trauma exposure, posttraumatic stress symptoms, and COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy. J Psychiatr Res. 2022 07; 151:399-404. Nishimi K, Borsari B, Tripp P, Jiha A, Dolsen EA, Woolley JD, Neylan TC, O'Donovan A. PMID: 35588548; PMCID: PMC9096691.
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    9. Great Expectations: recommendations for improving the methodological rigor of psychedelic clinical trials. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2022 Jun; 239(6):1989-2010. Aday JS, Heifets BD, Pratscher SD, Bradley E, Rosen R, Woolley JD. PMID: 35359159; PMCID: PMC10184717.
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    10. Posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms associated with protective and risky behaviors for coronavirus disease 2019. Health Psychol. 2022 Feb; 41(2):104-114. Nishimi K, Borsari B, Marx BP, Tripp P, Woodward E, Rosen RC, Cohen BE, Maven D, Jiha A, Woolley JD, Neylan TC, O'Donovan A. PMID: 35238581; PMCID: PMC8932400.
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    11. Psilocybin for Trauma-Related Disorders. Curr Top Behav Neurosci. 2022; 56:319-332. Khan AJ, Bradley E, O'Donovan A, Woolley J. PMID: 35711024.
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    12. Clusters of COVID-19 protective and risky behaviors and their associations with pandemic, socio-demographic, and mental health factors in the United States. Prev Med Rep. 2022 Feb; 25:101671. Nishimi K, Borsari B, Marx BP, Rosen RC, Cohen BE, Woodward E, Maven D, Tripp P, Jiha A, Woolley JD, Neylan TC, O'Donovan A. PMID: 34926133; PMCID: PMC8669937.
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    13. Effects of oxytocin administration on fear-potentiated acoustic startle in co-occurring PTSD and alcohol use disorder: A randomized clinical trial. Psychiatry Res. 2022 02; 308:114340. Stauffer CS, Morrison TE, Meinzer NK, Leung D, Buffington J, Sheh EG, Neylan TC, O'Donovan A, Woolley JD. PMID: 34983010; PMCID: PMC9074818.
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    14. Oxytocin increases physiological linkage during group therapy for methamphetamine use disorder: a randomized clinical trial. Sci Rep. 2021 10 25; 11(1):21004. Thorson KR, McKernan SM, West TV, Woolley JD, Mendes WB, Stauffer CS. PMID: 34697392; PMCID: PMC8546069.
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    15. Analysis of Behavior Classification in Motivational Interviewing. Proc Conf. 2021 Jun; 2021:110-115. Tavabi L, Tran T, Stefanov K, Borsari B, Woolley JD, Scherer S, Soleymani M. PMID: 34337617; PMCID: PMC8321779.
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    16. MDMA-assisted therapy for severe PTSD: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 study. Nat Med. 2021 06; 27(6):1025-1033. Mitchell JM, Bogenschutz M, Lilienstein A, Harrison C, Kleiman S, Parker-Guilbert K, Ot'alora G M, Garas W, Paleos C, Gorman I, Nicholas C, Mithoefer M, Carlin S, Poulter B, Mithoefer A, Quevedo S, Wells G, Klaire SS, van der Kolk B, Tzarfaty K, Amiaz R, Worthy R, Shannon S, Woolley JD, Marta C, Gelfand Y, Hapke E, Amar S, Wallach Y, Brown R, Hamilton S, Wang JB, Coker A, Matthews R, de Boer A, Yazar-Klosinski B, Emerson A, Doblin R. PMID: 33972795; PMCID: PMC8205851.
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    17. Preliminary evidence that oxytocin does not improve mentalizing in women with schizophrenia. Horm Behav. 2021 02; 128:104915. Bradley ER, Tai M, Hankin M, Woolley JD. PMID: 33340522; PMCID: PMC7854492.
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    18. Psilocybin-Assisted Group Therapy and Attachment: Observed Reduction in Attachment Anxiety and Influences of Attachment Insecurity on the Psilocybin Experience. ACS Pharmacol Transl Sci. 2021 Apr 09; 4(2):526-532. Stauffer CS, Anderson BT, Ortigo KM, Woolley J. PMID: 33860182; PMCID: PMC8033604.
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    19. Multimodal Automatic Coding of Client Behavior in Motivational Interviewing. Proc ACM Int Conf Multimodal Interact. 2020 Oct; 2020:406-413. Tavabi L, Borsari B, Stefanov K, Woolley JD, Soleymani M, Zhang L, Scherer S. PMID: 34337616; PMCID: PMC8321780.
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    20. Psilocybin-assisted group therapy for demoralized older long-term AIDS survivor men: An open-label safety and feasibility pilot study. EClinicalMedicine. 2020 Oct; 27:100538. Anderson BT, Danforth A, Daroff PR, Stauffer C, Ekman E, Agin-Liebes G, Trope A, Boden MT, Dilley PJ, Mitchell J, Woolley J. PMID: 33150319; PMCID: PMC7599297.
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    21. Oxytocin does not improve emotional prosody recognition in schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. Compr Psychoneuroendocrinol. 2020 Nov; 4:100011. Chuang BJ, Campellone TR, Woolley JD. PMID: 35755629; PMCID: PMC9216402.
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    22. Automatic Imitation in Comorbid PTSD & Alcohol Use Disorder and Controls: an RCT of Intranasal Oxytocin. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2020 10; 120:104787. Morrison TE, De Coster L, Stauffer CS, Wen J, Ahmadi E, Delucchi K, O'Donovan A, Woolley J. PMID: 32745891; PMCID: PMC7502459.
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    23. Enhancing prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD among veterans with oxytocin: Design of a multisite randomized controlled trial. Contemp Clin Trials. 2020 08; 95:106074. Flanagan JC, Mitchell JM, Baker NL, Woolley J, Wangelin B, Back SE, McQuaid JR, Neylan TC, Wolfe WR, Brady KT. PMID: 32561468; PMCID: PMC7484278.
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    24. Oxytocin-enhanced group therapy for methamphetamine use disorder: Randomized controlled trial. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2020 09; 116:108059. Stauffer CS, Moschetto JM, McKernan S, Meinzer N, Chiang C, Rapier R, Hsiang E, Norona J, Borsari B, Woolley JD. PMID: 32741502; PMCID: PMC7491413.
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    25. Social integration and inflammation in individuals with and without posttraumatic stress disorder. Brain Behav Immun. 2020 10; 89:168-174. Ahmadian AJ, Lin JE, Neylan TC, Woolley JD, O'Donovan A, Cohen BE. PMID: 32534985; PMCID: PMC8388310.
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    26. Randomized Controlled Trial Testing Mobile-Based Attention-Bias Modification for Posttraumatic Stress Using Personalized Word Stimuli. Clin Psychol Sci. 2020 Jul; 8(4):756-772. Niles AN, Woolley JD, Tripp P, Pesquita A, Vinogradov S, Neylan TC, O'Donovan A. PMID: 34414018; PMCID: PMC8373050.
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    27. Oxytocin Enhances an Amygdala Circuit Associated With Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia: A Single-Dose, Placebo-Controlled, Crossover, Randomized Control Trial. Schizophr Bull. 2020 04 10; 46(3):661-669. Abram SV, De Coster L, Roach BJ, Mueller BA, van Erp TGM, Calhoun VD, Preda A, Lim KO, Turner JA, Ford JM, Mathalon DH, Woolley JD. PMID: 31595302; PMCID: PMC7147578.
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    28. Six month durability of targeted cognitive training supplemented with social cognition exercises in schizophrenia. Schizophr Res Cogn. 2020 Jun; 20:100171. Miley K, Fisher M, Nahum M, Howard E, Rowlands A, Brandrett B, Woolley J, Hooker CI, Biagianti B, Ramsay I, Vinogradov S. PMID: 31908976; PMCID: PMC6938953.
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    29. Effects of Oxytocin Administration on Cue-Induced Craving in Co-occurring Alcohol Use Disorder and PTSD: A Within-Participant Randomized Clinical Trial. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2019 12; 43(12):2627-2636. Stauffer CS, Meinzer NK, Morrison T, Wen JH, Radanovich L, Leung D, Niles A, O'Donovan A, Batki SL, Woolley JD. PMID: 31610033; PMCID: PMC7450809.
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    30. Oxytocin increases eye gaze in schizophrenia. Schizophr Res. 2019 10; 212:177-185. Bradley ER, Seitz A, Niles AN, Rankin KP, Mathalon DH, O'Donovan A, Woolley JD. PMID: 31416746; PMCID: PMC6791758.
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    31. Neural and behavioral effects of oxytocin administration during theory of mind in schizophrenia and controls: a randomized control trial. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2019 10; 44(11):1925-1931. De Coster L, Lin L, Mathalon DH, Woolley JD. PMID: 31103018; PMCID: PMC6785003.
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    32. Psychedelic-Assisted Group Therapy: A Systematic Review. J Psychoactive Drugs. 2019 Apr-Jun; 51(2):174-188. Trope A, Anderson BT, Hooker AR, Glick G, Stauffer C, Woolley JD. PMID: 30950777; PMCID: PMC6650145.
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    33. Victory is its own reward: oxytocin increases costly competitive behavior in schizophrenia. Psychol Med. 2020 03; 50(4):674-682. Bradley ER, Brustkern J, De Coster L, van den Bos W, McClure SM, Seitz A, Woolley JD. PMID: 30944045.
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    34. Concurrent Use of Buprenorphine, Methadone, or Naltrexone Does Not Inhibit Ketamine's Antidepressant Activity. Biol Psychiatry. 2019 06 15; 85(12):e75-e76. Marton T, Barnes DE, Wallace A, Woolley JD. PMID: 30926131.
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    35. Oxytocin-enhanced motivational interviewing group therapy for methamphetamine use disorder in men who have sex with men: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials. 2019 Feb 21; 20(1):145. Stauffer CS, Moschetto JM, McKernan SM, Hsiang E, Borsari B, Woolley JD. PMID: 30791944; PMCID: PMC6385415.
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    36. Oxytocin does not improve working memory in schizophrenia. Schizophr Res. 2019 06; 208:486-487. Bradley ER, van Nieuwenhuizen A, Abram S, Niles AN, Woolley JD. PMID: 30712813; PMCID: PMC7297462.
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    37. Social motivation in schizophrenia: The impact of oxytocin on vigor in the context of social and nonsocial reinforcement. J Abnorm Psychol. 2018 01; 127(1):116-128. Fulford D, Treadway M, Woolley J. PMID: 29369669; PMCID: PMC7446385.
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    38. Effects of oxytocin administration on receiving help. Emotion. 2018 Oct; 18(7):980-988. Human LJ, Woolley JD, Mendes WB. PMID: 29172621.
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    39. Intranasal Oxytocin May Improve High-Level Social Cognition in Schizophrenia, But Not Social Cognition or Neurocognition in General: A Multilevel Bayesian Meta-analysis. Schizophr Bull. 2017 10 21; 43(6):1291-1303. Bürkner PC, Williams DR, Simmons TC, Woolley JD. PMID: 28586471; PMCID: PMC5737621.
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    40. Feasibility and preliminary efficacy of remotely delivering cognitive training to people with schizophrenia using tablets. Schizophr Res Cogn. 2017 Dec; 10:7-14. Biagianti B, Fisher M, Howard L, Rowlands A, Vinogradov S, Woolley J. PMID: 28824850; PMCID: PMC5544490.
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    41. Oxytocin effects in schizophrenia: Reconciling mixed findings and moving forward. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2017 Sep; 80:36-56. Bradley ER, Woolley JD. PMID: 28506922; PMCID: PMC5682229.
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    42. Combining oxytocin administration and positive emotion inductions: Examining social perception and analytical performance. Horm Behav. 2017 04; 90:120-128. Human LJ, Thorson KR, Woolley JD, Mendes WB. PMID: 28324706.
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    43. Supplementing intensive targeted computerized cognitive training with social cognitive exercises for people with schizophrenia: An interim report. Psychiatr Rehabil J. 2017 03; 40(1):21-32. Fisher M, Nahum M, Howard E, Rowlands A, Brandrett B, Kermott A, Woolley J, Vinogradov S. PMID: 28368179; PMCID: PMC5380146.
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    44. Intranasal oxytocin increases facial expressivity, but not ratings of trustworthiness, in patients with schizophrenia and healthy controls. Psychol Med. 2017 May; 47(7):1311-1322. Woolley JD, Chuang B, Fussell C, Scherer S, Biagianti B, Fulford D, Mathalon DH, Vinogradov S. PMID: 28091349; PMCID: PMC6939989.
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    45. Creating Live Interactions to Mitigate Barriers (CLIMB): A Mobile Intervention to Improve Social Functioning in People With Chronic Psychotic Disorders. JMIR Ment Health. 2016 Dec 13; 3(4):e52. Biagianti B, Schlosser D, Nahum M, Woolley J, Vinogradov S. PMID: 27965190; PMCID: PMC5192235.
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    46. The impact of CACNA1C gene, and its epistasis with ZNF804A, on white matter microstructure in health, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder1. Genes Brain Behav. 2017 04; 16(4):479-488. Mallas E, Carletti F, Chaddock CA, Shergill S, Woolley J, Picchioni MM, McDonald C, Toulopoulou T, Kravariti E, Kalidindi S, Bramon E, Murray R, Barker GJ, Prata DP. PMID: 27790829.
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    47. American Alcohol Photo Stimuli (AAPS): A standardized set of alcohol and matched non-alcohol images. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2017 11; 43(6):647-655. Stauffer CS, Dobberteen L, Woolley JD. PMID: 27893279; PMCID: PMC7457470.
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    48. A two-week pilot study of intranasal oxytocin for cocaine-dependent individuals receiving methadone maintenance treatment for opioid use disorder. Addict Res Theory. 2016; 24(6):490-498. Stauffer CS, Musinipally V, Suen A, Lynch KL, Shapiro B, Woolley JD. PMID: 28503120; PMCID: PMC5424696.
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    49. The effects of intranasal oxytocin in opioid-dependent individuals and healthy control subjects: a pilot study. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2016 07; 233(13):2571-80. Woolley JD, Arcuni PA, Stauffer CS, Fulford D, Carson DS, Batki S, Vinogradov S. PMID: 27137199; PMCID: PMC7452038.
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    50. Intranasal Oxytocin Selectively Modulates Social Perception, Craving, and Approach Behavior in Subjects With Alcohol Use Disorder. J Addict Med. 2016 May-Jun; 10(3):182-9. Mitchell JM, Arcuni PA, Weinstein D, Woolley JD. PMID: 27159342.
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    51. Intranasal Oxytocin Mechanisms Can Be Better Understood, but Its Effects on Social Cognition and Behavior Are Not to Be Sniffed At. Biol Psychiatry. 2016 Apr 15; 79(8):e49-50. Quintana DS, Woolley JD. PMID: 26212900.
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    52. Impaired Recognition and Regulation of Disgust Is Associated with Distinct but Partially Overlapping Patterns of Decreased Gray Matter Volume in the Ventroanterior Insula. Biol Psychiatry. 2015 Oct 01; 78(7):505-14. Woolley JD, Strobl EV, Sturm VE, Shany-Ur T, Poorzand P, Grossman S, Nguyen L, Eckart JA, Levenson RW, Seeley WW, Miller BL, Rankin KP. PMID: 25890642; PMCID: PMC4529378.
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    53. Oxytocin administration selectively improves olfactory detection thresholds for lyral in patients with schizophrenia. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2015 Mar; 53:217-22. Woolley JD, Lam O, Chuang B, Ford JM, Mathalon DH, Vinogradov S. PMID: 25637811; PMCID: PMC4503321.
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    54. Can we bottle psychosocial treatments for addiction? The role of oxytocin. J Clin Psychiatry. 2014 Sep; 75(9):1028-9. Stauffer CS, Woolley JD. PMID: 25295428; PMCID: PMC7448555.
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    55. Oxytocin administration enhances controlled social cognition in patients with schizophrenia. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2014 Sep; 47:116-25. Woolley JD, Chuang B, Lam O, Lai W, O'Donovan A, Rankin KP, Mathalon DH, Vinogradov S. PMID: 25001961; PMCID: PMC4280262.
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    56. Are we really mapping psychosis risk? Neuroanatomical signature of affective disorders in subjects at ultra high risk. Psychol Med. 2014 Dec; 44(16):3491-501. Modinos G, Allen P, Frascarelli M, Tognin S, Valmaggia L, Xenaki L, Keedwell P, Broome M, Valli I, Woolley J, Stone JM, Mechelli A, Phillips ML, McGuire P, Fusar-Poli P. PMID: 25066827.
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    57. Satiety-related hormonal dysregulation in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia. Neurology. 2014 Feb 11; 82(6):512-20. Woolley JD, Khan BK, Natesan A, Karydas A, Dallman M, Havel P, Miller BL, Rankin KP. PMID: 24415571; PMCID: PMC3937860.
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    58. A new biomarker of hedonic eating? A preliminary investigation of cortisol and nausea responses to acute opioid blockade. Appetite. 2014 Mar; 74:92-100. Daubenmier J, Lustig RH, Hecht FM, Kristeller J, Woolley J, Adam T, Dallman M, Epel E. PMID: 24291355; PMCID: PMC4125886.
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    59. Cannabis use and first-episode psychosis: relationship with manic and psychotic symptoms, and with age at presentation. Psychol Med. 2014 Feb; 44(3):499-506. Stone JM, Fisher HL, Major B, Chisholm B, Woolley J, Lawrence J, Rahaman N, Joyce J, Hinton M, Johnson S, Young AH, MiData Consortium. PMID: 23701858.
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    60. Reduced parahippocampal cortical thickness in subjects at ultra-high risk for psychosis. Psychol Med. 2014 Feb; 44(3):489-98. Tognin S, Riecher-Rössler A, Meisenzahl EM, Wood SJ, Hutton C, Borgwardt SJ, Koutsouleris N, Yung AR, Allen P, Phillips LJ, McGorry PD, Valli I, Velakoulis D, Nelson B, Woolley J, Pantelis C, McGuire P, Mechelli A. PMID: 23659473; PMCID: PMC3880065.
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    61. BDNF serum concentrations show no relationship with diagnostic group or medication status in neurodegenerative disease. Curr Alzheimer Res. 2012 Sep; 9(7):815-21. Woolley JD, Strobl EV, Shelly WB, Karydas AM, Robin Ketelle RN, Wolkowitz OM, Miller BL, Rankin KP. PMID: 21605064; PMCID: PMC3176995.
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