Peer reviewed publications.
Heritage, A. J., & Benning, S. D. (2013). Impulsivity and response modulation deficits in psychopathy: Evidence from the ERN and N1. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 122(1), 215–222. doi: 10.1037/a0030039 PMID# 22985014
Heritage, A. J., McClenahan, L. J., Woodman, G. F., & Zald, D. H. I like it, I love it, do I remember more of it? The influence of individual differences in reward sensitivity on working memory and attention. Manuscript in preparation.
Heritage, A. J., & Benning, S. D. The influence of word valence, lexical status, and psychopathic traits on stop signal task performance. Manuscript under revision.
Heritage, A. J. Interactive cognitive-affective deficits and the etiology of the psychopathic personality: a review of the evidence and a new theory. Manuscript in preparation.
Benning, S. D., Heritage, A. J., Molina, S. M., Adams, Z. W., & Ross, S. R. Concurrent and incremental associations of three self-report psychopathy measures with violent and non-violent criminal offenses. Manuscript in preparation.
Heritage, A.J., Davis, D. D., & McLaughlin, F. J. (In Press). Theory of personality disorders. In Miller, H. L. (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications Inc.
2014 NRSA Pre-doctoral fellowship
2010 Donald G. Patterson Award, Minnesota Psychological Association
2010 Faith L. Murry Psychology Prize, Hamline University
2009 - 2010 Norton Family Scholorship, Hamline University
2009 - 2010 Hamline University Psychology Honors Program
2009 Summer Collaborative Research Grant, Hamline University - $2500
2009 Hancock Hamline Collaborative Magnet School Student Tutor of the Year
2006 - 2010 Deans List, Hamline University