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John D. Herrington, Ph.D.

John D. Herrington, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
3535 Market Street, Suite 860
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 267 426 7542
Fax: 267 426 7590
Lab: 267 426 7542
Education:
B.A. (Honors Psychology and English Literature)
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, 1997.
M.Phil (Experimental Psychology)
University of Cambridge, 2002.
Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Psychodiagnostic Assessment

Description of Research Expertise

Autism Spectrum Disorder
Cognitive Neuroscience
Anxiety Disorders

Selected Publications

Kerns, C.M., Kendall, P.C., Berry, L., Souders, M.C., Franklin, M.E., Schultz, R.T., Miller, J., Herrington, J.D.: Traditional and Atypical Presentations of Anxiety in Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders Jun 2014.

Gossen, A., Groppe, S.E., Winkler, L., Kohls, G., Herrington, J.D., Schultz, R.T., GrĂ¼nder, G., Spreckelmeyer, K.N.: Neural evidence for an association between social proficiency and sensitivity to social reward. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9(5): 661-70, May 2014.

Guy, L., Souders, M., Bradstreet, L., Delussey, C., Herrington, J.D: Brief Report: Emotion Regulation and Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders Apr 2014.

Kohls, G., Perino, M.T., Taylor, J.M., Madva, E.N., Cayless, S.J., Troiani, V., Price, E., Faja, S., Herrington, J.D., Schultz, R.T.: The nucleus accumbens is involved in both the pursuit of social reward and the avoidance of social punishment. Neuropsychologia 51(11): 2062-2069, Aug 2013.

Herrington, J.D., Nymberg, C., Faja, S., Price, E., Schultz, R.T.: The responsiveness of biological motion processing areas to selective attention towards goals. NeuroImage 63(1): 581-90, Oct 2012.

Sadeh, N., Spielberg, J.M., Heller, W., Herrington, J.D., Engels, A.S., Warren, S.L., Crocker, L.D., Sutton, B.P., Miller, G.A.: Emotion disrupts neural activity during selective attention in psychopathy. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 8(3): 235-46, Dec 2011.

Herrington, J.D., Nymberg, C., Schultz, R.T.: Biological motion task performance predicts superior temporal sulcus activity. Brain and Cognition 77(3): 372-81, Dec 2011.

Cheon, K., Kim , Y.S., Oh, S., Park, S., Yoon, H., Herrington, J.D., Nair, A., Koh, Y., Jang, D., Kim, Y.B., Leventhal, B.L., Cho, Z., Castellanos, F.X., Schultz, R.T.: Involvement of the anterior thalamic radiation in boys with high functioning autism spectrum disorders: a Diffusion Tensor Imaging study. Brain research 1417: 77-86, Oct 2011.

Herrington, J.D., Taylor, J.M., Grupe, D.W., Curby, K.M., Schultz, R.T.: Bidirectional communication between amygdala and fusiform gyrus during facial recognition. NeuroImage 56(4): 2348-55, Jun 2011.

Spielberg, J.M., Miller, G.A., Engels, A.S., Herrington, J.D., Sutton, B.P., Banich, M.T., Heller, W.: Trait approach and avoidance motivation: lateralized neural activity associated with executive function. NeuroImage 54(1): 661-70, Jan 2011.

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Last updated: 08/19/2014
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