Fu, Y, Selcuk, E., Schweitzer, P, & Depue, R. (under review). Human social learning is mediated by soft touch-induced affective conditioning as a function of variation in Mu-opiate, but not oxytocin, receptor genes.
Depue, R. & Fu, Y. (in press). Neurochemical Processes in Hedonics. In A. Toga & M. Lieberman (Eds.), Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. NY: Elseviere.
Depue, R., Fu, Y. (2013). On the nature of extraversion: Variation in conditioned contextual activation of dopamine (methylphenidate)-facilitated affective, cognitive, and motor processes. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7:1-17.
Depue, R (2012). The neurobiology and neurochemistry of temperament. In M. Zentner (Ed.), The Handbook of Temperament. NY: Guilford Press.
Depue, R, & Fu, Y (2012). Modeling borderline personality disorder based on the neurobehavioral foundation of major personality traits. Psychodynamic Psychiatry 40:131-181 (Invited for Special Issue on Personality Disorders. Guest Editor: Michael Stone).
Depue, R & Fu, Y. (2011). The Neurobiology of personality: Implications for conceptualizing personality disorders as dimensional, multifactorial phenomena. International Review of Psychiatry 23: 258–281. (Special Issue on Personality and Personality Disorders. Guest Editor: Gerald Nestadt.
Depue (2009). Dopamine, motivated behavior and depression. International Encyclopedia of Depression. NY: Springer Verlag
Depue (2009). Epigenetic effects in the development of personality disorders. Development and Psychopathology.
Depue & White (2010). Neurobiology of personality: Use of a pharmacological challenge protocol. International Encyclopedia of Psychopharmacology. NY: Oxford University Press.
Depue (2008). Neurobehavioral dimensions in personality and personality disorders. In S. Wood (ed.), The Neuropsychology of mental illness. NY: Cambridge University Press.
Depue (2006) Neurobehavioral foundation of agentic and affiliative extraversion. In R Krueger (ed), Personality and Psychopathology. NY: Guilford Press.
Depue (2006) Dopamine in agentic and opiates in affiliative forms of extraversion. In T. Canli (ed), Biology of personality. NY: Guilford Press.
Depue & Lenzenweger (2005). Personality disorders as emergent phenotypes from mutiple interaction neurobehavioral systems. In Clarkin & Lenzenweger (Eds), Handbook of Personality Disorders, 2nd Ed. NY: Guilford Press.
Depue, R. & Morrone, J (2005). Affiliative stimulus-induced affectionate feelings and heat tolerance is blocked by u-opiate antagonism as a function of a human trait of affiliation. Behavioral Neuroscience.
Depue, R. & Morrone, J. (2005). Psychostimulant-induced contextual incentive facilitation of visuospatial working memory as a function of personality. Cerebral Cortex.
Morrone, J , & Depue R. (2004). Influence of personality on attribution of incentive salience to psychostimulant-paired context. Behavioral Neuroscience.
Depue, R. & Morrone J. (2004). Neurobehavioral foundation of affiliative bonding: Implications for a human trait of affiliation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Depue, R. & Lenzenweger, M. (2001). Neurobiology of personality disorders. In J Livesley (ed.), Handbook of Personality Disorders. New York: Guilford Press.
Zald, D. & Depue, R. (2001). Serotonergic modulation of positive and negative affect in psychiatrically healthy males. Personality and Individual Difference 30:71-86.
Depue (2000). Neurobehavioral systems, personality and psychopathology. New York: Springer-Verlag.
Depue, R. A., & Zald (in press). Biological and Environmental Processes in nonpsychotic psychopathology. In C.Costello (Ed.), Basic Issues in Psychopathology. New York: Guilford Press.
Depue, R. A., & Collins. (1999). Neurobiology of the Structure of Personality: Dopamine, facilitation of incentive motivation, and extraversion. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 22:491-569.
White, T. & Depue, R. (1999). Differential association of traits of fear and anxiety with norepinephrine- and dark-induced pupil reactivity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 77: 863-877.
Depue, R. A. (1999). Relation of a D2 receptor agonist to the structure of personality.
Luciana, M, Collins, P., & Depue, R. (1998). Opposing roles for dopamine and serotonin modulation of visuospatial delayed-response performance. Cerebral Cortex 8:218-226.
Depue, R., Luciana, M., & Arbisi, P, Collins, P., & Leon, A. (1994). Dopamine and the structure of personality: Relation of agonist-induced dopamine D2 activity to positive emotionality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67: 485-498.
Luciana and Depue, R. A. (1992). Facilitation of working memory by a D2 receptor agonist in human subjects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
Collins and Depue, R. A. (1992). A Neurobehavioral Perspective on Development