Charles Geier

Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies

Charles Geier

Research Summary

Adolescent neurodevelopment and risky decision making; emergence of substance use; fMRI methods

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Reward Smoking Brain Motivation Magnetic Resonance Imaging Inhibition (Psychology) Corpus Striatum Food Cues Adolescence Ventral Striatum Risk Taking Decision Making Saccades Hyperphagia Incentive Oxygen Weights And Measures Longitudinal Studies Nicotine Technology Autistic Disorder Cognitive Control Spatial Memory Randomized Controlled Trials

Most Recent Papers

Food or money? Children's brains respond differently to rewards regardless of weight status

S. Adise, C. F. Geier, N. J. Roberts, C. N. White, K. L. Keller, 2019, Pediatric Obesity

A novel hierarchical later process model

Nicole J. Roberts, Zita Oravecz, Briana N. Sprague, Charles F. Geier, 2019, Frontiers in Psychiatry

Is brain response to food rewards related to overeating? A test of the reward surfeit model of overeating in children

Shana Adise, Charles Geier, Nicole J. Roberts, Corey N. White, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2018, Appetite on p. 167-179

Using Serious Game technology to Improve Sensitivity to Eye Gaze Cues in Autism: The protocol for an exploratory clinical trial

2018, BMJ Open on p. 11

Age-Varying Associations Between Cigarette Smoking, Sensation Seeking, and Impulse Control Through Adolescence and Young Adulthood

David M. Lydon-Staley, Charles F. Geier, 2018, Journal of Research on Adolescence on p. 354-367

Incentives facilitate developmental improvement in inhibitory control by modulating control-related networks

Michael Nelson Hallquist, Charles Geier, Beatriz Luna, 2018, NeuroImage on p. 369-380

The Effects of Smoking Abstinence on Incentivized Spatial Working Memory

Charles Geier, Nicole Roberts, David Lydon-Staley, 2018, Substance Use and Misuse on p. 86-93

Improving sensitivity to eye gaze cues in autism using serious game technology

Kathyrn Suzanne Scherf, Jason W. Griffin, Brian Judy, Elisabeth M. Whyte, Charles Geier, Daniel Elbich, Joshua Morrison Smyth, 2018, BMJ open

Modulation of reward-related neural activation on sensation seeking across development

Samuel W. Hawes, Rajpreet Chahal, Michael N. Hallquist, David J. Paulsen, Charles F. Geier, Beatriz Luna, 2017, NeuroImage on p. 763-771

Assessing naturalistic risk-taking in nondaily smokers using a novel momentary balloon analogue risk task

R MacLean, Joshua Smyth, Charles Geier, Stephen Wilson, 2017, Drug \& Alcohol Dependence on p. e125

Most-Cited Papers

Immaturities in reward processing and its influence on inhibitory control in adolescence

Charles Geier, R. Terwilliger, T. Teslovich, K. Velanova, B. Luna, 2010, Cerebral Cortex on p. 1613-1629

Developmental changes in brain function underlying the influence of reward processing on inhibitory control

Aarthi Padmanabhan, Charles F. Geier, Sarah J. Ordaz, Theresa Teslovich, Beatriz Luna, 2011, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience on p. 517-529

Effects of incentives, age, and behavior on brain activation during inhibitory control

David J. Paulsen, Michael Nelson Hallquist, Charles Geier, Beatriz Luna, 2015, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience on p. 105-115

Dissociated effects of anticipating smoking versus monetary reward in the caudate as a function of smoking abstinence

Maggie M. Sweitzer, Charles F. Geier, Danielle L. Joel, Patrick McGurrin, Rachel L. Denlinger, Erika E. Forbes, Eric C. Donny, 2014, Biological Psychiatry on p. 681-688

The Teenage Brain

Beatriz Luna, David J. Paulsen, Aarthi Padmanabhan, Charles Geier, 2013, Current Directions in Psychological Science on p. 94-100

Developmental Effects of Incentives on Response Inhibition

Charles Geier, Beatriz Luna, 2012, Child development on p. 1262-1274

Enhancing response inhibition by incentive

Tammy Chung, Charles Geier, Beatriz Luna, Stefan Pajtek, Robert Terwilliger, Dawn Thatcher, Duncan B. Clark, 2011, Drug and Alcohol Dependence on p. 43-50

Smoking Abstinence-Induced Changes in Resting State Functional Connectivity with Ventral Striatum Predict Lapse during a Quit Attempt

Maggie M. Sweitzer, Charles Geier, Merideth A. Addicott, Rachel Denlinger, Bethany R. Raiff, Jesse Dallery, F. Joseph McClernon, Eric C. Donny, 2016, Neuropsychopharmacology on p. 2521-2529

Blunted striatal response to monetary reward anticipation during smoking abstinence predicts lapse during a contingency-managed quit attempt

Maggie M. Sweitzer, Charles F. Geier, Rachel Denlinger, Erika E. Forbes, Bethany R. Raiff, Jesse Dallery, F. J. McClernon, Eric C. Donny, 2016, Psychopharmacology on p. 751-760

Modulation of reward-related neural activation on sensation seeking across development

Samuel W. Hawes, Rajpreet Chahal, Michael N. Hallquist, David J. Paulsen, Charles F. Geier, Beatriz Luna, 2017, NeuroImage on p. 763-771