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Informatic parcellation of the network involved in the computation of subjective value.

Date: 
Tue, 07/16/2013

J A Clithero, A Rangel, (2013). "Informatic parcellation of the network involved in the computation of subjective value."  SCAN, Aug 21 [Epub ahead of print.]

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Primary somatosensory cortex discriminates affective significance in social touch.

Date: 
Mon, 06/04/2012

V Gazzola, M L Spezio, J A Etzel, F Castelli, R Adolphs, C Keysers, (2012).

Lesion mapping of cognitive control and value-based decision making in the prefrontal cortex.

Date: 
Tue, 09/04/2012

J Gläscher, R Adolphs, H Damasio, A Bechara, D Rudrauf, M Calamia, L K Paul, D Tranel, (2012).

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The Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Tracking of Expertise.

Date: 
Wed, 12/18/2013

 E D Boorman, J P O’Doherty, R Adolphs, A Rangel, (2013). "The Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Tracking of Expertise." Neuron, 80(6):1558-1571.

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Toward a neural basis for social behavior.

Date: 
Wed, 10/30/2013

D A Stanley, R Adolphs, (2013). "Toward a neural basis for social behavior." Neuron, 80(3): 816-826.

 

 

The biology of fear

Date: 
Mon, 01/21/2013

R Adolphs, (2013). "The biology of fear." Current Biology, 23(2): R79 - R93.

 

 

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Social Manipulation of Preference in the Human Brain.

Date: 
Wed, 05/08/2013

K Izuma, R Adolphs, (2013). "Social Manipulation of Preference in the Human Brain." Neuron 78(3) :563-573.

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A selective role for right insula-basal ganglia circuits in appetitive stimulus processing.

Date: 
Tue, 10/01/2013

 L Vijayaraghavan, R Adolphs, D P Kennedy, M Cassell, D Tranel, S Paradiso, (2013).

Single-Neuron correlates of atypical face processing in autism.

Date: 
Wed, 11/20/2013

U Rutishauser, O Tudusciuc, S Wang, A N Mamelak, I B Ross, R Adolphs (2013).

Reward Contexts Extend Dopamine Signals to Unrewarded Stimuli

Date: 
Mon, 01/06/2014

S Kobayashi, W Schultz, (2014). "Reward Contexts Extend Dopamine Signals to Unrewarded Stimuli." Current Biology, 24(1):56-62.

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