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  1. Balancing exploration and exploitation with information and randomization
  2. Anterior insula activation to threat cues predicts fear of going to the dentist
  3. Primate Orbitofrontal Cortex Codes Information Relevant for Managing Explore–Exploit Tradeoffs
  4. Directional interconnectivity of the human amygdala, fusiform gyrus, and orbitofrontal cortex in emotional scene perception
  5. Of Pathways, Processes, and Orbitofrontal Cortex
  6. To explore or exploit? Your amygdala will decide.
  7. Cross-species convergence in pupillary response: understanding human anxiety via non-human primate amygdala lesion
  8. Ventral striatum’s role in learning from gains and losses
  9. Effects of Ventral Striatum Lesions on Stimulus-Based versus Action-Based Reinforcement Learning
  10. Motivational neural circuits underlying reinforcement learning
  11. There is more to the amygdala than emotion
  12. Learned Value Shapes Responses to Objects in Frontal and Ventral Stream Networks in Macaque Monkeys
  13. Blocking serotonin but not dopamine reuptake alters neural processing during perceptual decision making.
  14. More than Meets the Eye: the Relationship between Pupil Size and Locus Coeruleus Activity
  15. Amygdala lesions in rhesus macaques decrease attention to threat
  16. Selective looking at natural scenes: Hedonic content and gender
  17. What Brain Regions are Important for Instantiating Beliefs About Reward Stability?
  18. Reversal Learning and Dopamine: A Bayesian Perspective
  19. Imaging distributed and massed repetitions of natural scenes: Spontaneous retrieval and maintenance
  20. Tell Me What to Fear and When to Fear It
  21. Looking into the future
  22. Dopamine Increases Curiosity
  23. Oxytocin Redirects Attention to the Eyes
  24. How the Brain Stops Dithering and Decides
  25. Do brain responses to emotional images and cigarette cues differ? An fMRI study in smokers
  26. Tagging cortical networks in emotion: A topographical analysis
  27. Scan patterns when viewing natural scenes: Emotion, complexity, and repetition
  28. Threat of suffocation and defensive reflex activation
  29. Imagining Pleasure and Pain in the Brain
  30. The Timing of Emotional Discrimination in Human Amygdala and Ventral Visual Cortex
  31. Pleasure Rather Than Salience Activates Human Nucleus Accumbens and Medial Prefrontal Cortex