*denotes undergraduate or graduate student author, † denotes senior author 

                                           2022

1. *Tyra, A.T., Ginty, A.T., Johnson, L.R., Lafromboise, M.E., Malatare, M., Salois, E.M., John-Henderson, N.A.(in press). Emotion regulation strategies relate to ambulatory cardiovascular activity in an American Indian community. Psychosomatic Medicine. 

 

2. de Rooij, S.Ginty, A.T., Ehrlich, K.B., John-Henderson, N.A. (2022). Editorial: Biobehavioral and social pathways linking childhood adversity and health across the lifespan. Frontiers in Psychology. 

 

3. John-Henderson, N.A., Oosterhoff, B., Johnson, L.R. III, Lafromboise, M.E., Malatare, M., Salois, E.M. (In Press). COVID-19 and Food Insecurity in the Blackfeet Tribal Community. Food Security. 

 

4. John-Henderson, N.A., Grant, V.M., Johnson, L.R. III, Lafromboise, M.E., Malatare, M., Salois, E.M., Oosteroff, B. (In Press). Historical Loss: Implications for Physical Activity Levels in American Indian Adults. Journal of Rural Health. 

 

5. John-Henderson, N.A., *Kampf, TD., *Alvarado, G., *Counts, C.J., Larsen, J.M., & Palmer, C.A. (In Press). Childhood adversity is associated with heightened inflammation after sleep loss. Sleep Health. 

 

6. Counts, C.J., Ginty, A.T. *Larsen, J.M., *Kampf, T.D., †John-Henderson, N.A. (In Press). Childhood trauma and cortisol reactivity: An investigation of the role of task appraisals. Frontiers in Health Psychology. 

7. *McCullen, J., *Counts, C., † John-Henderson, N.A. (In Press). Childhood Trauma and Emotion Regulation as Predictors of Psychological Stress and Mental Health in American Indian Adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. Emotion.

 

8. Henderson-Matthews, B., *Gordon, M., *Bullshoe, S., *Mason, S., Rynda-Apple, A., †John-Henderson, N.A. (In Press). Culture as Medicine for the Blackfeet Community: A Pilot Intervention. Tribal College and University Research Journal. 

9. Running, A., Hildreth, L., †John-Henderson, N. (2022). Bioenergy for Stress Relief in University Students: A Randomized Controlled       Trial. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 39(1): 1-11. 

                                           2021

1. Tyra, A.T., Cook, T.E., Young, D.A., Hurley, P.E., Oosterhoff, B.J., John-Henderson, N.A., & Ginty, A.T. (2021). Adverse childhood experiences, sex, and cardiovascular habituation to repeated stress. Biological Psychology. 165, 108175. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2021.108175

2. Bigalke, J.A., Greenlund, I,M., Nicevski, J.R., Smoot, C.A., Oosterhoff, B., John-Henderson, N.A., Carter, J.R. (2021). Blunted Heart Rate Recovery to Spontaneous Nocturnal Arousals in Short-Sleeping adults. American Journal of Physiology- Heart and Circulatory Physiology.  321(3), H558–H566. https://doi.org/10.1152/ajpheart.00329.2021

3. John-Henderson, N.A., Oosterhoff, B., Hall, B., Johnson, L., Lafromboise, M.E., Malatare, M., Salois, E., Carter, J.R. (In Press). COVID-19 and Changes in Sleep Health in the Blackfeet Community.  Sleep Medicine. 85, 87–93. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sleep.2021.06.041

 

4. *Tintzman, C.S., *Kampf, T.D., John-Henderson, N.A. (In press). Changes in vitality in response to acute stress: An investigation of the roles of anxiety and physiological reactivity. Anxiety, Stress and Coping. 

5. John-Henderson, N.A., Oosterhoff, B., *Kothe, K.,* Kampf, T., Hall, B., Johnson, L.R, Lafromboise, M.E., Malatare, M.,  Salois, E., Adams, A.K. & Carter, J.R. (In Press). Loneliness and sleep in the Blackfeet community. Sleep Health

 

6. John-Henderson, N.A., Oosterhoff, B.J., Kampf, T.D., Hall, B., Johnson, L.R., Lafromboise, M.E., Malatare, M., Salois, E., Carter, J.R., Adams, A.K., (In Press). Historical Loss: Implications for health in the Blackfeet Community. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 

7. John-Henderson, N.A., Wright, R.C., Manke, K. J., Fotuhi, O., Zuckerman, B., Nally, L., Mueller, C. (In Press). The Influence of Health Mindset on Perceptions of Illness and Behaviors in Adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 

8.*Holzer, D., *Counts, C., *Ashmore, E., *Hammock, C., & †John-Henderson, N.A. (In press). Childhood socioeconomic status and family environments as predictors of sleep and ambulatory blood pressure in college students. Journal of American College Health.

 

9. *Tyra, A.T., Ginty, A.T., & † John-Henderson, N.A. (In Press). Emotion regulation strategies predict PTSD symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in an American Indian population. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine

10. John-Henderson, N.A., *Counts, C.J., & Ginty, A.T. (In Press). Childhood abuse and COVID-19 hyperarousal: The role of the social environment. Frontiers in Health Psychology. 

                                                                                                         2020

  

John-Henderson, N.A., & Mueller, C. (In Press). The relationship between health mindsets and health protective behaviors: An exploratory investigation in a convenience sample of American Indian adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. PLOS one.  

2. John-Henderson, N.A. (In Press). Childhood trauma as a predictor of changes in sleep quality in American Indian adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Sleep Health. 

 

3. Ginty, A.T., Young, D.A., Tyra, A.T., John-Henderson, N.A., Gallagher, S., & Tsang, J. (In Press). State gratitude is associated with lower cardiovascular responses to acute psychological stress: a replication and extension. International Journal of Psychophysiology.  

 

4. John-Henderson, N.A., & Ginty, A.T. (In Press). Historical Trauma and Social Support as predictors of Psychological Stress Responses in American Indian Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 

5. John-Henderson, N.A.,*Gruman, H.E., *Counts, C.J. & Ginty, A.T. (In Press). American Indian adults display diminished cardiovascular and cortisol responses to acute psychological stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology.

6. John-Henderson, N.A., *Tintzman, C., *Counts, C.J.  & Mueller, C. (In Press). Levels of Physical activity and Body Mass Index in American Indian College students: The role of health mindset. Journal of Health Psychology. 

 

7. Brooker, R.J., Kiel, E.J., MacNamara, A., Nyman, T., John-Henderson, N. Schmidt, L.A., VanLieshout, R.A. (2020). Maternal neural    reactivity during pregnancy predicts infant temperament. Infancy, 25:46-66. 

 

8. John-Henderson, N.A., Henderson-Matthews, B., *Ollinger, S.R., *Racine, J. *Higgins, A.A., *Horn, W.C., *Reevis, S.A., *Running Wolf, J.A., & Rynda-Apple, A. (2020). Sense of Belonging to the Community as a moderator of the relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Inflammation. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.

                                                                                                        2019

 

1. John-Henderson, N.A., Henderson-Mathews, B., *Ollinger, S., *Racine, J., *Gordon, M.R., *Higgins, A.A., *Horn, W.C., *Reevis, S.A., *Running Wolf, J.A., *Grant, Davida, & Rynda-Apple, A. (2019). Development of a Biomedical Research Infrastructure in the Blackfeet Community: Challenges and Rewards. American Journal of Community Psychology, 64:118-125.

 

2. John-Henderson, N.A., Palmer, C.A., *Thomas, A. T. (2019).  Negative life events, sense of belonging and sleep quality in American Indian College Students. Sleep Health, 5: 352-358.

 

3. John-Henderson, N.A., *Counts, C.J., *Sanders, C.S., & Ginty, A.T. (2019). Diminished cardiovascular stress reactivity is associated with lower levels of social participation. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 118, 12-16. 

 

4. Counts, C.J., †John-Henderson, N.A. (2019). Risk in childhood family environments and loneliness in college students: Implications for Health. Journal of American College Health, 1-6. doi: 10.1080/07448481.2018.1557198. [Epub ahead of print]

                                                                                                        2018

 

1. John-Henderson, N.A., Williams, S.E., Brindle, R.C., Ginty, A.T. (2018). Changes in sleep quality and levels of psychological distress during the adaptation to university: the role of childhood adversity. British Journal of Psychology, 109, 694-707. 

 

2. *Counts, C.J, *Grubin, F., †John-Henderson, N.A. (2018) Childhood socioeconomic status and risk in family environments: Predictors of global sleep quality in college students. Sleep Health, 4, 301-306.

 

3. Lockwood, K., John-Henderson, N.A., Marsland, A.L. (2018). Early life socioeconomic status and inflammatory reactivity to an acute stressor. Physiology and Behavior, 188: 212-220. 

                                                                                2017 and earlier

 

1. Marsland, A. L., Walsh, C., Lockwood, K., † John-Henderson,  N. A. (2017). The effects of acute psychological stress on circulating and stimulated inflammatory markers: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Brain Behavior and Immunity ,64: 208-219.

 

2. Rheinschmidt-Same, M., John-Henderson, N.A., Mendoza-Denton, R. (2017). Ethnically-based theme house residency and expected discrimination predict downstream markers of inflammation among college students. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 4, 511-520. 

 

                                                                                                    

3. Bajaj, A., John-Henderson, N.A., Cundiff, J. M., Marsland, A.L., Manuck, S.B., Kamarck. T.W. (2016). Daily social interactions, close relationships, and systemic inflammation in two samples: Healthy middle-aged and older adults. Brain Behavior and Immunity, 58, 152-164. 

 

 

4. John-Henderson, N.A., Kamarck, T.W., Muldoon, M.F., Manuck, S.B. (2016). Early life family conflict, social interactions and carotid artery intima-media thickness in adulthood. Psychosomatic Medicine, 78, 319-326. 

 

5. John-Henderson, N.A., Marsland, A.L., Kamarck, T.W., Manuck, S.B. (2016). Childhood SES and the occurrence of recent negative life events as predictors of circulating and stimulated levels of IL-6 in adulthood. Psychosomatic Medicine, 78, 91-101. 

 

 6. John-Henderson, N.A. Stellar, J. E., Mendoza-Denton, R., & Francis, D.D. (2015). Socioeconomic Status and Social Support: Social support reduces inflammatory reactivity for individuals whose early life socioeconomic status was low. Psychological Science, 10, 1620-1629.

 

7. John-Henderson, N.A. (2015). Implicit cognition: implications for global health disparities. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 24, 751-763. 

 

8. John-Henderson, N. A., Stellar, J.E., Mendoza-Denton, R. & Francis, D.D. (2015). The role of interpersonal processes in shaping inflammatory responses to social-evaluation. Biological Psychology, 110, 134-137. 

 

9. Stellar, J.E., John-Henderson, N.A., Anderson, C., Gordon, A., McNeil, G. & Keltner, D. (2015). Positive Affect and Inflammation: Discrete positive emotions predict lower levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines. Emotion, 15, 129-133. 

                                                                                                    

10. John-Henderson, N.A., Rheinschmidt, M.L., & Mendoza-Denton, R. (2014). Cytokine responses and math performance: the role of stereotype disconfirmation and stress reappraisals. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 56, 203-206.

 

11. John-Henderson, N.A., Rheinschmidt, M. L., Mendoza-Denton, R., & Francis D.D. (2014). Performance and inflammation outcomes are predicted by different aspects of SES in stereotype threat. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 301-309. doi: 10.1177/1948550613494226

                                                                                          

12. John-Henderson, N., Jacobs, E.G, Mendoza-Denton, R., Francis D. (2012) Wealth, Health, and the moderating role of Implicit Social Class Bias, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 45, 173–179. doi:10.1007/s12160-012-9443-9

                                                                                                 

13.  Saxton, K., John-Henderson, N., Reid, M., Francis, D. (2011) The social environment and inflammatory processes in rats and humans: Interaction between early life experience and adult social status. Brain Behavior and Immunity, 25, 1617–1625. doi:10.1016/j.bbi. 2011.05.010

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