Publication

A causal role for posterior medial frontal cortex in choice-induced preference change

Date: 
Wed, 02/25/2015

Izuma, K., Akula, S., Murayama, Y., Wu, D.-A., Iacoboni, M., and Adolphs, R. (2015). A causal role for posterior medial frontal cortex in choice-induced preference change.

An enhanced default approach bias following human amygdala lesions

Date: 
Thu, 09/03/2015

Harrison, L., Hurlemann, R., and Adolphs, R. (2015). An enhanced default approach bias following human amygdala lesions. Psychological Science 26, 1543-1555.

Exploring the structure of human defensive responses from judgments of threat scenarios

Date: 
Fri, 08/21/2015

Harrison, L., Ahn, C., and Adolphs, R. (2015). Exploring the structure of human defensive responses from judgments of threat scenarios. PLoS One, e0133682. PMCID PMC4546605.

Neuropsychology: how many emotions are there?

Date: 
Mon, 08/03/2015

Dubois, J., and Adolphs, R. (2015). Neuropsychology: how many emotions are there?. Current Biology 25, R669-R672. PMID 26241145. 

Idiosyncratic brain activation patterns are associated with poor social comprehension in autism

Date: 
Wed, 04/08/2015

Byrge, L., Dubois, J., Tyszka, J.M., Adolphs, R., and Kennedy, D.P. (2015). Idiosyncratic brain activation patterns are associated with poor social comprehension in autism.

The unsolved problems of neuroscience

Date: 
Fri, 02/20/2015

Adolphs, R. (2015). The unsolved problems of neuroscience. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19, 173-175. PMCID PMC4574630.

Panic Anxiety in Humans with Bilateral Amygdala Lesions: Pharmacological Induction via Cardiorespiratory Interoceptive Pathways

Date: 
Wed, 03/23/2016

Khalsa, S.S., Feinstein, J.S., Li, W., Feusner, J.D., Adolphs, R., and Hurlemann, R. (2016).

Building a Science of Individual Differences from fMRI

Date: 
Sat, 04/30/2016

Dubois, J., and Adolphs, R. (2016). Building a science of individual differences from fMRI. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 20, 425-443.

How the brain represents other minds

Date: 
Wed, 12/23/2015

Dubois, J., and Adolphs, R. (2016). How the brain represents other minds. PNAS 113, 19-21. PMCID PMC4711830.

Living without an amygdala

Date: 
Mon, 06/13/2016

Amaral, D.G., and Adolphs, R. eds. (2016). Living without an amygdala (New York: Guilford Press).

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