Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Click for article link)

Martins, B., Sheppes, G., Gross, J. J., & Mather, M. (2016). Age differences in emotion regulation choice: Older adults use distraction less than younger adults in high-intensity positive contexts. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, gbw028.

Barber, S. J., Opitz, P. C., Martins, B., Sakaki, M., & Mather, M. (2016). Thinking about a limited future enhances the positivity of younger and older adults’ recall: Support for Socioemotional Selectivity Theory. Memory & Cognition, 1-14.

Martins, B., Ponzio, A., Velasco, R., Kaplan, J., & Mather, M. (2014). Dedifferentiation of emotion regulation strategies in the aging brain. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, nsu129.

Westbrook, A., Martins, B. S., Yarkoni, T., & Braver, T. S. (2012). Strategic insight and age-related goal neglect influence risky decision-making. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 6(68), 1-13.

Manuscripts in Preparation

Montagrin, A., Martins, B., & Mather, M (revise & resubmit). Being hungry influences emotional arousal and how well goal-relevant stimuli are noticed and remembered.

Martins, B., Florjanczyk, J., Jackson, Nicholas, Gatz, M. & Mather, M (in prep). Age differences in cognitive effort during emotion regulation: Pupil response distinguishes strategies for older but not younger adults.

Book Chapters (Click for article link)

Martins, B. & Mather, M. (2016) Default mode network and later-life emotion regulation: Linking functional connectivity patterns and emotional outcomes. A. Ong, & C. Löckenhoff (Eds.) In Emotion, Aging and Health (pp TBD). Washington, DC: APA.

Conference Presentations

Martins, B.S., Tranton, H., Aboseif, A., Sheppes, G., Gross, J. & Mather, M. Effect of arousal and valence on emotion regulation choice in older and younger adults (Presented November 2014). Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C.

Martins, B.S., Velasco, R., Ponzio, A., Kaplan, J. & Mather, M. (Presented April 2013). Multi-voxel pattern analyses reveal age-differences in specificity of emotion regulation strategies. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Martins, B.S., Yarkoni, T., Westbrook, A., Braver, T.S, Strategy training reduces risk aversion, but less so in older adults: A case of goal neglect? (Presented Nov 2010) Society for Judgment and Decision-Making: St. Louis, MO.

Martins, B.S., Scullin, M.K.,Cole, M.W.,LaMontagne, P,  Braver, T.S, McDaniel, M.A. A multiprocess view of the neural mechanism of prospective memory (Presented July 2010). 3rd International Prospective Memory Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Martins B.S., Pathak S., Bleicher A., Schneider W. Mimimizing brain network damage via fMRI and Diffusion Weighted Imaging in neurosurgical planning (Presented June, 2009). Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, CA.

Cole M.W., Kunkel A., Martins B.S., Schneider W. The neural basis of rapid instructed task learning(November, 2008). Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

Boada F., Schneider W., Pathak S., Martins B.S., Davis D., Bleicher A. Integration of diffusion weighted imaging and fMRI to identify differential fiber loss in pre-surgical planning (September, 2008). ISMRM Cancer Workshop, Nice, France. 

Pathak S*., Martins B.S*., Cole M.W., Schneider W. Anatomical and functional segmentation of the cognitive control network: Supporting a preliminary cognitive control network connectome. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (Presented April, 2008). San Francisco, CA.

Cole M.W., Martins B.S., Schneider W. The neural basis of rapid instructed task learning. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (April, 2008). San Francisco, CA.