Fred Sabb


Work Titles and Affiliation
UCLA Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences

Contact Information:

Email Address:

fsabb@ucla.edu

Work Email Address:

fsabb@mednet.ucla.edu


Fax Number:

(310) 206-8525

Work Phone Number:

(310) 844-6458

Mailing Address:

C8-881 Semel

760 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Publications:

Cohen Jessica R, Asarnow Robert F, Sabb Fred W, Bilder Robert M, Bookheimer Susan Y, Knowlton Barbara J, Poldrack Russell A   Decoding continuous variables from neuroimaging data: basic and clinical applications Frontiers in neuroscience, 2011; 5(9): 75.
Poldrack Russell A, Kittur Aniket, Kalar Donald, Miller Eric, Seppa Christian, Gil Yolanda, Parker D Stott, Sabb Fred W, Bilder Robert M   The cognitive atlas: toward a knowledge foundation for cognitive neuroscience Frontiers in neuroinformatics, 2011; 5(9): 17.
Bilder Robert M, Howe Andrew, Novak Nic, Sabb Fred W, Parker D Stott   The genetics of cognitive impairment in schizophrenia: a phenomic perspective Trends in cognitive sciences, 2011; 15(9): 428-35.
Cohen Jessica R, Asarnow Robert F, Sabb Fred W, Bilder Robert M, Bookheimer Susan Y, Knowlton Barbara J, Poldrack Russell A   Decoding developmental differences and individual variability in response inhibition through predictive analyses across individuals Frontiers in human neuroscience, 2010; 4(9): 47.
Cohen Jessica R, Asarnow Robert F, Sabb Fred W, Bilder Robert M, Bookheimer Susan Y, Knowlton Barbara J, Poldrack Russell A   A unique adolescent response to reward prediction errors Nature neuroscience, 2010; 13(6): 669-71.
Walshaw Patricia D, Alloy Lauren B, Sabb Fred W   Executive function in pediatric bipolar disorder and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: in search of distinct phenotypic profiles Neuropsychology review, 2010; 20(1): 103-20.
Sabb Fred W, van Erp Theo G M, Hardt Molly E, Dapretto Mirella, Caplan Rochelle, Cannon Tyrone D, Bearden Carrie E   Language network dysfunction as a predictor of outcome in youth at clinical high risk for psychosis Schizophrenia research, 2010; 116(2-3): 173-83.
Bilder Robert M, Sabb Fred W, Parker D Stott, Kalar Donald, Chu Wesley W, Fox Jared, Freimer Nelson B, Poldrack Russell A   Cognitive ontologies for neuropsychiatric phenomics research Cognitive neuropsychiatry, 2009; 14(4-5): 419-50.
Altshuler Lori, Bookheimer Susan, Townsend Jennifer, Proenza Manuel A, Sabb Fred, Mintz Jim, Cohen Mark S   Regional brain changes in bipolar I depression: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study Bipolar disorders, 2008; 10(6): 708-17.
Foerde Karin, Poldrack Russell A, Khan Barbara J, Sabb Fred W, Bookheimer Susan Y, Bilder Robert M, Guthrie Don, Granholm Eric, Nuechterlein Keith H, Marder Stephen R, Asarnow Robert F   Selective corticostriatal dysfunction in schizophrenia: examination of motor and cognitive skill learning Neuropsychology, 2008; 22(1): 100-9.
Sabb Fred W, Bilder Robert M, Chou Maggie, Bookheimer Susan Y   Working memory effects on semantic processing: priming differences in pars orbitalis NeuroImage, 2007; 37(1): 311-22.
Altshuler Lori L, Bookheimer Susan Y, Townsend Jennifer, Proenza Manuel A, Eisenberger Naomi, Sabb Fred, Mintz Jim, Cohen Mark S   Blunted activation in orbitofrontal cortex during mania: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study Biological psychiatry, 2005; 58(10): 763-9.
Altshuler Lori, Bookheimer Susan, Proenza Manuel A, Townsend Jennifer, Sabb Fred, Firestine Ann, Bartzokis George, Mintz Jim, Mazziotta John, Cohen Mark S   Increased amygdala activation during mania: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study The American journal of psychiatry, 2005; 162(6): 1211-3.
Poldrack Russell A, Sabb Fred W, Foerde Karin, Tom Sabrina M, Asarnow Robert F, Bookheimer Susan Y, Knowlton Barbara J   The neural correlates of motor skill automaticity The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2005; 25(22): 5356-64.
Green Michael F, Glahn David, Engel Stephen A, Nuechterlein Keith H, Sabb Fred, Strojwas Magda, Cohen Mark S   Regional brain activity associated with visual backward masking Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 2005; 17(1): 13-23.
Kroger James K, Sabb Fred W, Fales Christina L, Bookheimer Susan Y, Cohen Mark S, Holyoak Keith J   Recruitment of anterior dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in human reasoning: a parametric study of relational complexity Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991), 2002; 12(5): 477-85.
Burggren Alison C, Small Gary W, Sabb Fred W, Bookheimer Susan Y   Specificity of brain activation patterns in people at genetic risk for Alzheimer disease The American journal of geriatric psychiatry : official journal of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, 2002; 10(1): 44-51.

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