Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Certified School Psychologist

Samantha Win​okur, PsyD


Winokur, S. (2014). Psychoanalysis and School Psychology. APA Division 39 InSight, Division E-News, 9/2014.

Winokur, S. (2014). Conflict in Motherhood. APA Division 39 InSight, Division E-News, 1/2014. 

Winokur, S., Langleben, D.D., Franklin, T.R., & Nath, S. (2011). The Impact of Gender and Trauma History on Cue-Induced Drug Craving. Proquest Dissertations and Theses. 

Langleben, D.D., Loughead, J.W., Ruparel, K., Hakun, J.G., Busch-Winokur, S., Strasser, A., Holloway, M.B., Cappella, J.N., Lerman, C. (2009). Reduced prefrontal and temporal processing and recall of “high sensation” value ads. Neuroimage, 15, 219-225. 

Suh, J.J., Langleben, D.D., Ehrman, R.N., Hakun, J.G., Wang, Z., Li, Y., Busch, S.I., O'Brien, C.P., Childress, A.R. (2009).  Low prefrontal perfusion linked to depression symptoms in methadone-maintained opiate-dependent patients. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 99, 11-17.  

Langleben, D.D., Ruparel, K., Elman, I., Busch-Winokur, S., Pratiwadi, R., Loughead, J., O'Brien, C.P., & Childress, A.R. (2008).  Acute effect of methadone maintenance dose on brain FMRI response to heroin-related cues. American Journal of Psychiatry. 165(3), 390-394.

Platek, S.M., Loughead, J., Gur, R.C., Busch, S., Ruparel, K., Phend, N., Panyavin, I.S., & Langleben, D.D. (2006). Neural substrates for functionally discriminating self-face from personally familiar faces.  Human Brain Mapping, 27(2) 91-8.

Langleben, D.D., Loughead, J.W., Bilker, W., Ruparel, K., Busch, S.I., Wolf, R., & Gur, R.C. (2005).  Telling truth from lie in individual subjects with fast event-related fMRI.  Human Brain Mapping, 26(4), 262-272.

​ Ahmadi, J., Sharifi, M., Mohaheghzadeh, S., Dehbozorgi, G., Farrashbandi, H.,Moosavinasab, M., Firoozabadi, A., Pridmore, S., Evren, C., Busch, S., & Farash, S. (2005). Patterns of cocaine and heroin abuse in the general population. German Journal of Psychiatry 8 (1), 1-4.

​Loughead, J., Busch, S., Phend, N., Childress, A.R., Gur, R.C., & Langleben, D.D. (2004). Brain activity during deception: an event-related functional MRI study. Neuroimage, 22, S57.