Current affiliation: National Institute of Mental HealthSubject: Life SciencesPrimary location: United States
Published in:eLifePublication date:2014-05-28
Published in:Behavioral NeurosciencePublication date:2014-01-01
What are the neural mechanisms that drive us to try new foods or visit destinations we've never experienced. In other words how does the brain prom...
Published in:PsychophysiologyPublication date:2011-06-07
Scan patterns and emotional scenes
Published in:Human Brain MappingPublication date:2011-09-23
Published in:Human Brain MappingPublication date:2010-08-17
Research on emotional perception and learning indicates appetitive cues engage nucleus accumbens and medial prefrontal cortex, whereas amygdala act...
Published in:European Journal of NeurosciencePublication date:2011-11-20
fMRI, emotions and cigarettes
Published in:PsychophysiologyPublication date:2011-02-09
Threat of suffocation
Published in:Cerebral CortexPublication date:2013-10-18
Best choice tasks are optimal stopping problem that require subjects to view a list of options one at a time and decide whether to take or decline ...
Published in:Frontiers in NeurosciencePublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Journal of NeurophysiologyPublication date:2007-09-01
Published in:Journal of NeurosciencePublication date:2009-11-25
Published in:PsychophysiologyPublication date:2014-09-24
Reversing defensive reactions
Published in:Journal of NeurosciencePublication date:2015-02-11
Published in:International Journal of PsychophysiologyPublication date:2015-10-01
Published in:Journal of NeurosciencePublication date:2015-08-19
The ability to use prior knowledge to adapt choice behavior is critical for flexible decision making. Reversal learning is often studied as a form ...
Published in:Behavioral NeurosciencePublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Cerebral CortexPublication date:2016-05-10
Published in:Nature CommunicationsPublication date:2015-12-14
Published in:NeuronPublication date:2016-10-01
Emotion and decision making are typically thought of as separate psychological processes. This dichotomy has also shaped our thinking about which p...