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The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 3.983, which is just updated in 2020.

Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences Impact Factor
Highest IF
Highest Journal Impact IF

The highest Journal Impact IF of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 3.983.

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Lowest Journal Impact IF

The lowest Journal Impact IF of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 3.254.

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The total growth rate of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences IF is 22.4%.

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The annual growth rate of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences IF is 5.6%.

Journal Impact IF Ranking

Subcategory Quartile Rank Percentile
Cognitive Neuroscience Q1 19/95

Cognitive Neuroscience 80%

Behavioral Neuroscience Q1 7/73

Behavioral Neuroscience 91%

Psychiatry and Mental Health Q1 53/506

Psychiatry and Mental Health 89%

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· In the Cognitive Neuroscience research field, the Quartile of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is Q1. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has been ranked #19 over 95 related journals in the Cognitive Neuroscience research category. The ranking percentile of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is around 80% in the field of Cognitive Neuroscience.
· In the Behavioral Neuroscience research field, the Quartile of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is Q1. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has been ranked #7 over 73 related journals in the Behavioral Neuroscience research category. The ranking percentile of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is around 91% in the field of Behavioral Neuroscience.
· In the Psychiatry and Mental Health research field, the Quartile of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is Q1. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has been ranked #53 over 506 related journals in the Psychiatry and Mental Health research category. The ranking percentile of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is around 89% in the field of Psychiatry and Mental Health.

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Journal Impact IF History

Year Journal Impact IF
Year Journal Impact IF
2019-2020 3.983
2018-2019 3.422
2017-2018 3.539
2016-2017 3.254
2015-2016 -
2014-2015 -
2013-2014 -
2012-2013 -
2011-2012 -
Journal Impact IF History

· The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 3.983
· The 2018-2019 Journal Impact IF of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 3.422
· The 2017-2018 Journal Impact IF of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 3.539
· The 2016-2017 Journal Impact IF of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 3.254
The Journal Impact IF 2015-2016 of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is still under analysis. Stay Tuned!
The Journal Impact IF 2014-2015 of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is still under analysis. Stay Tuned!
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The Journal Impact IF 2011-2012 of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is still under analysis. Stay Tuned!

Publications Cites Dataset

Year Publications Citations
Year Publications Citations
2013 0 2
2014 0 20
2015 141 258
2016 154 862
2017 143 1719
2018 159 2475
2019 146 3766
2020 148 5512
2021 40 412
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· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 0 reports and received 2 citations in 2013.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 0 reports and received 20 citations in 2014.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 141 reports and received 258 citations in 2015.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 154 reports and received 862 citations in 2016.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 143 reports and received 1719 citations in 2017.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 159 reports and received 2475 citations in 2018.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 146 reports and received 3766 citations in 2019.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 148 reports and received 5512 citations in 2020.
· The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences has published 40 reports and received 412 citations in 2021.
· The total publications of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 931.
· The total citations of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences is 15026.

What is Impact Factor?

The impact factor (IF) or journal impact factor (JIF) of an academic journal is a scientometric index calculated by Clarivate that reflects the yearly average number of citations of articles published in the last two years in a given journal. It is frequently used as a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within its field; journals with higher impact factor values are often deemed to be more important, or carry more intrinsic prestige in their respective fields, than those with lower values.

Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences | Academic Accelerator - About the Impact Factor

Impact factor is commonly used to evaluate the relative importance of a journal within its field and to measure the frequency with which the “average article” in a journal has been cited in a particular time period. Journal which publishes more review articles will get highest IFs. Journals with higher IFs believed to be more important than those with lower ones. According to Eugene Garfield “impact simply reflects the ability of the journals and editors to attract the best paper available.” Journal which publishes more review articles will get maximum IFs. The Impact Factor of an academic journal is a scientometric Metric that reflects the yearly average number of citations that recent articles published in a given journal received. It is frequently used as a Metric for the relative importance of a journal within its field; journals with higher Impact Factor are often deemed to be more important than those with lower ones. The Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences Impact Factor IF measures the average number of citations received in a particular year (2020) by papers published in the Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences during the two preceding years (2018-2019). Note that 2020 Impact Factor are reported in 2021; they cannot be calculated until all of the 2020 publications have been processed by the indexing agency. New journals, which are indexed from their first published issue, will receive an impact factor after two years of indexing; in this case, the citations to the year prior to Volume 1, and the number of articles published in the year prior to Volume 1, are known zero values. Journals that are indexed starting with a volume other than the first volume will not get an impact factor until they have been indexed for three years. Occasionally, Journal Citation Reports assigns an impact factor to new journals with less than two years of indexing, based on partial citation data. The calculation always uses two complete and known years of item counts, but for new titles one of the known counts is zero. Annuals and other irregular publications sometimes publish no items in a particular year, affecting the count. The impact factor relates to a specific time period; it is possible to calculate it for any desired period. In addition to the 2-year Impact Factor, the 3-year Impact Factor, 4-year Impact Factor, 5-year Impact Factor, Real-Time Impact Factor can provide further insights and factors into the impact of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.


The impact factor was devised by Eugene Garfield, the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI). Impact factors are calculated yearly starting from 1975 for journals listed in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR). ISI was acquired by Thomson Scientific & Healthcare in 1992, and became known as Thomson ISI. In 2018, Thomson ISI was sold to Onex Corporation and Baring Private Equity Asia. They founded a new corporation, Clarivate, which is now the publisher of the JCR.


The impact factor is used to compare different journals within a certain field. The Web of Science indexes more than 11,500 science and social science journals. Journal impact factors are often used to evaluate the merit of individual articles and individual researchers. This use of impact factors was summarised by Hoeffel:

Impact Factor is not a perfect tool to measure the quality of articles but there is nothing better and it has the advantage of already being in existence and is, therefore, a good technique for scientific evaluation. Experience has shown that in each specialty the best journals are those in which it is most difficult to have an article accepted, and these are the journals that have a high impact factor. Most of these journals existed long before the impact factor was devised. The use of impact factor as a measure of quality is widespread because it fits well with the opinion we have in each field of the best journals in our specialty....In conclusion, prestigious journals publish papers of high level. Therefore, their impact factor is high, and not the contrary.

Eugene Garfield

In brief, Impact factors may be used by:
  • Authors to decide where to submit an article for publication.
  • Libraries to make collection development decisions
  • Academic departments to assess academic productivity
  • Academic departments to make decisions on promotion and tenure.
As impact factors are a journal-level metric, rather than an article- or individual-level metric, this use is controversial. Garfield agrees with Hoeffel,but warns about the "misuse in evaluating individuals" because there is "a wide variation [of citations] from article to article within a single journal". Other things to consider about Impact Factors:
  • Many journals do not have an impact factor.
  • The impact factor cannot assess the quality of individual articles. Even if citations were evenly distributed among articles, the impact factor would only measure the interests of other researchers in an article, not its importance and usefulness.
  • Only research articles, technical notes and reviews are “citable” items. Editorials, letters, news items and meeting abstracts are “non-citable items”.
  • Only a small percentage of articles are highly cited and they are found in a small subset of journals. This small proportion accounts for a large percentage of citations.
  • Controversial papers, such as those based on fraudulent data, may be highly cited, distorting the impact factor of a journal.
  • Citation bias may exist. For example, English language resources may be favoured. Authors may cite their own work.
Moreover, informed and careful use of these impact data is essential, and should be based on a thorough understanding of the methodology used to generate impact factors. There are controversial aspects of using impact factors:
  • It is not clear whether the number of times a paper is cited measures its actual quality.
  • Some databases that calculate impact factors fail to incorporate publications including textbooks, handbooks and reference books.
  • Certain disciplines have low numbers of journals and usage. Therefore, one should only compare journals or researchers within the same discipline.
  • Review articles normally are cited more often and therefore can skew results.
  • Self-citing may also skew results.
  • Some resources used to calculate impact factors have inadequate international coverage.
  • Editorial policies can artificially inflate an impact factor.
Impact factors have often been used in advancement and tenure decision-making. Many recognize that this is a coarse tool for such important decisions, and that a multitude of factors should be taken into account in these deliberations. When considering the use of the impact factor (IF), keep these aspects in mind:
  • IF analysis is limited to citations from the journals indexed by the Web of Science/Web of Knowledge. Currently, the Web of Science indexes only 8621 journals across the full breadth of the sciences, and just 3121 in the social sciences.
  • A high IF/citation rate says nothing about the quality -- or even, validity -- of the references being cited. Notorious or even retracted articles often attract a lot of attention, hence a high number of citations. The notority related to the first publication on "cold fusion" is one such example.
  • Journals that publish more "review articles" are often found near the top of the rankings. While not known for publishing new, creative findings, these individual articles tend to be heavily cited.
  • The IF measures the average number of citations to articles in the journal -- given this, a small number of highly-cited articles will skew the figure.
  • It takes several years for new journals to be added to the list of titles indexed by the Web of Science/Web of Knowledge, so these newer titles will be under-represented.
  • It's alleged that journal editors have learned to "game" the system, encouraging authors to cite their works previously published in the same journal.
Comparing Journals Across Disciplines? Not a good idea! Using Impact Factors within a given discipline should only be done with great care, as described above. Using impact factor data to compare journals across disciplines is even more problematic. Here are some of the reasons:
  • Disciplines where older literature is still referenced, such as Chemistry and Mathematics, offer challenges to the methodolgy since older citations (older than two years) are not used to calculate the impact factor for a given journal. (Five-year impact factor analysis, which can be calculated using the Journal Citation Index database, helps smooth out this problem only to some degree.)
  • Different disciplines have different practices regarding tendency to cite larger numbers of references. Higher overall citation rates will bump upward impact factor measurements.
  • Where it's common for large numbers of authors to collaborate on a single paper, such as in Physics, the tendency of authors to cite themselves (and in this case, more authors) will result in increased citation rates.

Pros and Cons of the Impact Factor


  • A vetted, established metric for measuring journal impact within a discipline.
  • Designed to eliminate bias based on journal size and frequency.
  • Individual articles makes an uneven contribution to overall Impact Factor.
  • Impact Factor does not account for certain things, things like context (postive or negative citaion) and intentionality (self-citation).
  • The metric is proprietary to and bound by the contents of the Thomson Reuters database.
  • Citations, on which the Impact Factor is based, count for less than 1% of an article's overall use.


Numerous critiques have been made regarding the use of impact factors. A 2007 study noted that the most fundamental flaw is that impact factors present the mean of data that are not normally distributed, and suggested that it would be more appropriate to present the median of these data. There is also a more general debate on the validity of the impact factor as a measure of journal importance and the effect of policies that editors may adopt to boost their impact factor (perhaps to the detriment of readers and writers). Other criticism focuses on the effect of the impact factor on behavior of scholars, editors and other stakeholders. Others have made more general criticisms, arguing that emphasis on impact factor results from negative influence of neoliberal policies on academia claiming that what is needed is not just replacement of the impact factor with more sophisticated metrics for science publications but also discussion on the social value of research assessment and the growing precariousness of scientific careers in higher education.
Experts stress that there are limitations in using impact factors to evaluate a scholar's work. There are many reasons cited for not relying on impact factor alone to evaluate the output of a particular individual. Among these are the following:

  • A single factor is not sufficient for evaluating an author's work.
  • Journal values are meaningless unless compared within the same discipline. Impact factors vary among disciplines.
  • The impact factor was originally devised to show the impact of a specific journal, not a specific scholar. The quality and impact of the author's work may extend beyond the impact of a particular journal.
According to Jim Testa, a researcher for ThomsonReuters Scientific, the most widespread misuse of the Impact Factor is to evaluate the work of an individual author (instead of a journal). "To say that because a researcher is publishing in a certain journal, he or she is more influential or deserves more credit is not necessarily true. There are many other variables to consider." (interview 6/26/2008 in Thomson Reuters blog entry)

Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences
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Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences publishes short annotated reviews by leading experts on recent developments in the behavioral sciences.The journal is part of the Current Opinion and Research (CO+RE) suite of journals and is a companion to the primary research, open access journal, Current Research in Behavioral Sciences. CO+RE journals leverage the Current Opinion legacy of editorial excellence, high-impact, and global reach to ensure they are a widely-read resource that is integral to scientists' workflows.Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences takes a unique and valuable approach in designating each special issue around a topic of scientific and/or societal interest, and then bringing together leading international experts studying that topic, but from diverse methodologies and perspectives, e.g.,human and animal laboratory testingsurvey and observational researchbehavioral and neuroscientific research with both healthy adults and special populationscomputational and genetic approaches None

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2015 - Present

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Selected Articles

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Are LeDouxs survival circuits basic emotions under a different name? Andrea Scarantino · Andrea Scarantino
Rat models of reward deficits in psychiatric disorders Chloe Slaney · Claire Hales · Emma S. J. Robinson · Emma S. J. Robinson
Dual neurobiological systems underlying language evolution: inferring the ancestral state William D. Marslen-Wilson · Mirjana Bozic · Mirjana Bozic
Brocas area in comprehension and production, insights from intracranial studies in humans Adeen Flinker · Robert T. Knight · Robert T. Knight
Survival circuits and risk assessment Neil McNaughton · Philip J. Corr · Philip J. Corr
Unconscious psychological treatments for physiological survival circuits Vincent Taschereau-Dumouchel · Kayuet Liu · Hakwan Lau · Hakwan Lau
Language-related domain-specific and domain-general systems in the human brain Karen L Campbell · Lorraine K. Tyler · Lorraine K. Tyler
Developmental and neurobehavioral transitions in survival circuits Regina M. Sullivan · Maya Opendak · Maya Opendak
Survival circuits in affective disorders Katherine S. Young · Michelle G. Craske · Michelle G. Craske
Functions of medial hypothalamic and mesolimbic dopamine circuitries in aggression Takashi Yamaguchi · Takashi Yamaguchi · Dayu Lin · Dayu Lin · Dayu Lin
Evolutionarily conserved neural signatures involved in sequencing predictions and their relevance for language Yukiko Kikuchi · William Sedley · Timothy D. Griffiths · Timothy D. Griffiths · Timothy D. Griffiths · Christopher I. Petkov · Christopher I. Petkov
Editorial overview: Apathy and motivation Masud Husain · Christopher R. Pryce · Christopher R. Pryce
The somatic marker hypothesis: revisiting the role of the body-loop in decision-making Tasha Poppa · Antoine Bechara · Antoine Bechara
Interactions of motivation and cognitive control Debbie Yee · Todd S. Braver · Todd S. Braver
From bird calls to human language: exploring the evolutionary drivers of compositional syntax Michael Griesser · David Wheatcroft · Toshitaka N. Suzuki · Toshitaka N. Suzuki · Toshitaka N. Suzuki
What are habits and do they depend on the striatum? A view from the study of neuropsychological populations Karin Foerde · Karin Foerde
Current limits of experimental research into habits and future directions Poppy Watson · S. de Wit · S. de Wit
Recent insights into corticostriatal circuit mechanisms underlying habits Justin K. O’Hare · Nicole Calakos · Henry H. Yin · Henry H. Yin
Understanding emotion with brain networks Luiz Pessoa · Luiz Pessoa
Stress, sleep, and the selective consolidation of emotional memories Jessica D. Payne · Elizabeth A. Kensinger · Elizabeth A. Kensinger
Emotional modulation of habit memory: neural mechanisms and implications for psychopathology Mark G. Packard · Jarid Goodman · Reed L. Ressler · Reed L. Ressler
Emotion regulation choice: the role of orienting attention and action readiness Reza D Ghafur · Gaurav Suri · James J. Gross · James J. Gross
Flexibility in the face of fear: hippocampal–prefrontal regulation of fear and avoidance Justin M. Moscarello · Stephen Maren · Stephen Maren
The role of attention bias to threat in anxiety: mechanisms, modulators and open questions☆ Hadas Okon-Singer · Hadas Okon-Singer
A brief introduction to the neurogenetics of cognition-emotion interactions Matthew A. Scult · Ahmad R. Hariri · Ahmad R. Hariri
Fast and slow extinction pathways in defensive survival circuits Temidayo Orederu · Daniela Schiller · Daniela Schiller
Sex differences in the neuroimmune system Brittany F. Osborne · Alexandra Turano · Jaclyn M. Schwarz · Jaclyn M. Schwarz
The role of learning in threat imminence and defensive behaviors Michael S. Fanselow · Michael S. Fanselow
Hypothalamic survival circuits related to social and predatory defenses and their interactions with metabolic control, reproductive behaviors and memory systems Newton Sabino Canteras · Newton Sabino Canteras
Current issues related to motor sequence learning in humans Julien Doyon · Ella Gabitov · Shahabeddin Vahdat · Ovidiu Lungu · Arnaud Boutin · Arnaud Boutin
Estradiol and hippocampal memory in female and male rodents Karyn M. Frick · Jaekyoon Kim · Wendy A. Koss · Wendy A. Koss
Estradiol and the reward system in humans Esther K. Diekhof · Esther K. Diekhof
Sex differences in the developmental neuroscience of adolescent substance use risk Mary M. Heitzeg · Jillian E. Hardee · Jillian E. Hardee
What animals can teach us about human language: the phonological continuity hypothesis W Tecumseh Fitch · W Tecumseh Fitch
Comparative evidence for the importance of the amygdala in regulating reward salience Christopher R. Pryce · Christopher R. Pryce
Anhedonia in depression: biological mechanisms and computational models Jessica A. Cooper · Amanda R. Arulpragasam · Michael T. Treadway · Michael T. Treadway
Mutation, modularity, merge, communication and selection James R. Hurford · James R. Hurford
Neanderthal language revisited: Not only us Dan Dediu · Dan Dediu · Stephen C. Levinson · Stephen C. Levinson · Stephen C. Levinson
Current perspectives on incentive salience and applications to clinical disorders Jeffrey J Olney · Shelley M. Warlow · Erin E Naffziger · Kent C. Berridge · Kent C. Berridge
Brain mechanisms mediating effects of stress on reward sensitivity Maria Ironside · Maria Ironside · Poornima Kumar · Poornima Kumar · Min-Su Kang · Diego A. Pizzagalli · Diego A. Pizzagalli · Diego A. Pizzagalli
Chemical neuromodulation of cognitive control avoidance Monja I. Froböse · Roshan Cools · Roshan Cools
Corticostriatal foundations of habits Carol A. Seger · Carol A. Seger · Carol A. Seger
On the interaction of social affect and cognition: Empathy, compassion and theory of mind Katrin Preckel · Philipp Kanske · Tania Singer · Tania Singer
The positivity effect: a negativity bias in youth fades with age Laura L. Carstensen · Marguerite DeLiema · Marguerite DeLiema
Modeling drug addiction in females: how internal state and environmental context facilitate vulnerability Drew D. Kiraly · Deena M. Walker · Erin S. Calipari · Erin S. Calipari
The influence of physiological signals on cognition Hugo D. Critchley · Hugo D. Critchley · Sarah N. Garfinkel · Sarah N. Garfinkel · Sarah N. Garfinkel
The cognitive prerequisites for language: insights from iterated learning Kenny Smith · Kenny Smith
Prospection and natural selection Thomas Suddendorf · Adam Bulley · B Miloyan · B Miloyan
Fear paradigms: The times they are a-changin Jeansok J. Kim · Min Whan Jung · Min Whan Jung
Combinatorial capacities in primates Klaus Zuberbühler · Klaus Zuberbühler · Klaus Zuberbühler
Survival circuits and therapy: from automaticity to the conscious experience of fear and anxiety Steven C. Hayes · Stefan G. Hofmann · Stefan G. Hofmann
The evolution of combinatorial structure in language Willem H. Zuidema · Bart de Boer · Bart de Boer
Sex differences in the nicotinic acetylcholine and dopamine receptor systems underlying tobacco smoking addiction Terril L. Verplaetse · Evan D. Morris · Sherry A. McKee · Kelly P. Cosgrove · Kelly P. Cosgrove
The evolution of FOXP2 in the light of admixture Martin Kuhlwilm · Martin Kuhlwilm
Language acquisition as skill learning Nick Chater · Morten H. Christiansen · Morten H. Christiansen · Morten H. Christiansen · Morten H. Christiansen
Is language natural to man? Some historical considerations Willem J. M. Levelt · Willem J. M. Levelt
Vocal learning: A language-relevant trait in need of a broad cross-species approach Ella Zoe Lattenkamp · Ella Zoe Lattenkamp · Sonja C. Vernes · Sonja C. Vernes
The middle-aged brain: biological sex and sex hormones shape memory circuitry Emily G. Jacobs · Jill M. Goldstein · Jill M. Goldstein
Non-adjacent auditory sequence learning across development and primate species Jutta L. Mueller · Alice E. Milne · Claudia Männel · Claudia Männel
Habits under stress: mechanistic insights across different types of learning Lisa Wirz · Mario Bogdanov · Lars Schwabe · Lars Schwabe
Sex differences in motivated behaviors in animal models Zhimin Song · Manu Kalyani · Jill B. Becker · Jill B. Becker · Jill B. Becker
Focus on females: a less biased approach for studying strategies and mechanisms of memory Natalie C Tronson · Natalie C Tronson
A primer on sex differences in the behavioral response to stress Georgia E Hodes · Georgia E Hodes
In search of the engram, 2017 Eva Berlot · Nicola J Popp · Jörn Diedrichsen · Jörn Diedrichsen
When planning to survive goes wrong: predicting the future and replaying the past in anxiety and PTSD Christopher Gagne · Peter Dayan · Sonia J. Bishop · Sonia J. Bishop · Sonia J. Bishop
Towards a whole brain model of Perceptual Learning Marcello Maniglia · Aaron R. Seitz · Aaron R. Seitz
Acquisition, maintenance, and therapeutic use of a simple motor skill James Js Norton · Jonathan R. Wolpaw · Jonathan R. Wolpaw
Editorial overview: Interactions between Emotion and Cognition Mara Mather · Michael S. Fanselow · Michael S. Fanselow
Motivation for the greater good: neural mechanisms of overcoming costs Alexander Soutschek · Alexander Soutschek · Philippe N. Tobler · Philippe N. Tobler · Philippe N. Tobler
Neurobiology of habit formation Kenneth A Amaya · Kyle S. Smith · Kyle S. Smith
Overcoming apathy in frontotemporal dementia: challenges and future directions Eg Johnson · Fiona Kumfor · Fiona Kumfor
When decisions talk: computational phenotyping of motivation disorders Mathias Pessiglione · Mathias Pessiglione · Raphaël Le Bouc · Raphaël Le Bouc · Fabien Vinckier · Fabien Vinckier · Fabien Vinckier · Fabien Vinckier
Multidimensional apathy: evidence from neurodegenerative disease Ratko Radakovic · Sharon Abrahams · Sharon Abrahams
Emotional memory expression is misleading: delineating transitions between memory processes Leonidas Faliagkas · Priyanka Rao-Ruiz · Merel Kindt · Merel Kindt
Mapping dexterity and handedness: recent insights and future challenges Kasper Winther Andersen · Hartwig R. Siebner · Hartwig R. Siebner
Emotion, motivation and function Michael S. Fanselow · Michael S. Fanselow
Erratum toEditorial overview: Big data in the behavioral sciences[Curr Opin Behav Sci 2017, 18:1–3] Michal Kosinski · Tara Behrend · Tara Behrend
How heart rate variability affects emotion regulation brain networks Mara Mather · Julian F. Thayer · Julian F. Thayer
Prefrontal function and cognitive control: from action to language Marion Rouault · Etienne Koechlin · Etienne Koechlin
Linking anhedonia symptoms with behavioural and neural reward responses in adolescent depression Ciara McCabe · Ciara McCabe
The molecular basis for sex differences in depression susceptibility Orna Issler · Eric J. Nestler · Eric J. Nestler
Regulating defensive survival circuits through cognitive demand via large-scale network reorganization Lycia D. de Voogd · Erno J. Hermans · Elizabeth A. Phelps · Elizabeth A. Phelps
Risk assessment: at the interface of cognition and emotion D Caroline Blanchard · D Caroline Blanchard
The social construction of emotion: a view from ancient Greece Angelos Chaniotis · Angelos Chaniotis
Defensive survival circuits and recent developments in the metaphysics of mind William Jaworski · William Jaworski
From surviving to thriving in the face of threats: the emerging science of emotion regulation training Noga Cohen · Kevin N. Ochsner · Kevin N. Ochsner
Social regulation of survival circuits through learning Andreas Olsson · Oriel FeldmanHall · Jan Haaker · Tove Hensler · Tove Hensler
Feeding behavior survival circuit: anticipation & competition Gorica D Petrovich · Gorica D Petrovich
Editorial overview: Sex and gender Jill B. Becker · Carrie R. Ferrario · Natalie C Tronson · Natalie C Tronson
Human infant imitation as a social survival circuit Andrew N. Meltzoff · Peter J. Marshall · Peter J. Marshall
Impact of sex on pain and opioid analgesia: a review Evan F Fullerton · Hillary H. Doyle · Anne Z. Murphy · Anne Z. Murphy
Evolution of vertebrate survival circuits Fernando Martínez-García · Enrique Lanuza · Enrique Lanuza
The interplay of sex and gender on the reactivity of the endocrine stress axis in humans Jens C. Pruessner · Jens C. Pruessner
Sex differences in spatial navigation: the role of gonadal hormones Wayne G Brake · Jesse M Lacasse · Jesse M Lacasse
Gender-related differences in addiction: a review of human studies Yasmin Zakiniaeiz · Marc N. Potenza · Marc N. Potenza
Inclusion of females does not increase variability in rodent research studies Annaliese K. Beery · Annaliese K. Beery · Annaliese K. Beery
How does hormonal contraception affect the developing human adolescent brain Larry Cahill · Larry Cahill
The impact of oxytocin on stress: the role of sex Tiffany M Love · Tiffany M Love
Addiction and dopamine: sex differences and insights from studies of smoking Nicole Petersen · Edythe D. London · Edythe D. London
Functional and structural plasticity contributing to obesity: roles for sex, diet, and individual susceptibility Yanaira Alonso-Caraballo · Emily T. Jorgensen · Travis E. Brown · Carrie R. Ferrario · Carrie R. Ferrario
Dopamine and proximity in motivation and cognitive control Andrew Westbrook · Andrew Westbrook · Michael J. Frank · Michael J. Frank
Connectivity and the search for specializations in the language-capable brain Rogier B. Mars · Rogier B. Mars · Nicole Eichert · Saad Jbabdi · Lennart Verhagen · Matthew F. S. Rushworth · Matthew F. S. Rushworth
Structured sequence learning across sensory modalities in humans and nonhuman primates Alice E. Milne · Benjamin Wilson · Morten H. Christiansen · Morten H. Christiansen · Morten H. Christiansen · Morten H. Christiansen
Translational approaches to evaluating motivation in laboratory rodents: conventional and touchscreen-based procedures Benjamin U. Phillips · Laura Lopez-Cruz · Jonathan M. Hailwood · Christopher J. Heath · Lisa M. Saksida · Lisa M. Saksida · Timothy J. Bussey · Timothy J. Bussey · Timothy J. Bussey
Editorial overview: Survival behaviors and circuits Dean Mobbs · Joseph E. LeDoux · Joseph E. LeDoux
Editorial overview: The evolution of language as a neurobiological system Christopher I. Petkov · William D. Marslen-Wilson · William D. Marslen-Wilson
The role of ovarian steroids in affective disorders Shau Ming Wei · Crystal Edler Schiller · Peter J. Schmidt · David R. Rubinow · David R. Rubinow
Sex steroid hormones and differential risk for eating pathology: a review of genetic and phenotypic effects across development Kristen M. Culbert · Cheryl L. Sisk · Kelly L. Klump · Kelly L. Klump
Where did language come from? Precursor mechanisms in nonhuman primates Josef P. Rauschecker · Josef P. Rauschecker
Prerequisites for an evolutionary stance on the neurobiology of language Peter Hagoort · Peter Hagoort
Von Economo and fork neurons in the monkey insula, implications for evolution of cognition Hc Evrard · Hc Evrard
Sex-based divergence of mechanisms underlying pain and pain inhibition Jeffrey S. Mogil · Jeffrey S. Mogil
The ethological deconstruction of fear(s) Dean Mobbs · Dean Mobbs
The role of prenatal experience in language development Judit Gervain · Judit Gervain · Judit Gervain
Neurobiology and pharmacology of activational and effort-related aspects of motivation: rodent studies John D. Salamone · Mercè Correa · Mercè Correa
Affect and cognition: three principles Gerald L. Clore · Alexander J. Schiller · Adi Shaked · Adi Shaked
The multiple effects of practice: skill, habit and reduced cognitive load Adrian M. Haith · John W. Krakauer · John W. Krakauer
Expertise and generalization: lessons from action video games Daphne Bavelier · Benoit Bediou · C. Shawn Green · C. Shawn Green
Inflammation-induced motivational changes: perspective gained by evaluating positive and negative valence systems Elisabeth G. Vichaya · Robert Dantzer · Robert Dantzer
Consolidating skill learning through sleep Howard C. Nusbaum · Sophia Uddin · Stephen C. Van Hedger · Shannon L. M. Heald · Shannon L. M. Heald
Understanding the balance between goal-directed and habitual behavioral control Laura H. Corbit · Laura H. Corbit
The neuroscience of empathy Abigail A. Marsh · Abigail A. Marsh
Effort-based decision-making paradigms as objective measures of apathy in schizophrenia? Matthias N. Hartmann-Riemer · Matthias Kirschner · Stefan Kaiser · Stefan Kaiser
Updating the role of dopamine in human motivation and apathy Trevor T.-J. Chong · Trevor T.-J. Chong
Probabilistic association learning in schizophrenia Thomas W. Weickert · Thomas W. Weickert · Thomas W. Weickert
The neuroanatomical and neurochemical basis of apathy and impulsivity in frontotemporal lobar degeneration Luca Passamonti · Claire Lansdall · James B. Rowe · James B. Rowe · James B. Rowe · James B. Rowe
Individual differences in sensorimotor skills among musicians Shinichi Furuya · Shinichi Furuya
Subregional specificity in human striatal habit learning: a meta-analytic review of the fMRI literature Tara K. Patterson · Barbara J. Knowlton · Barbara J. Knowlton
Regulation of habit formation in the dorsal striatum Melissa Malvaez · Kate M. Wassum · Kate M. Wassum
The subjective experience of emotion: a fearful view Joseph E. LeDoux · Stefan G. Hofmann · Stefan G. Hofmann
Bias in predicted and remembered emotion Linda J. Levine · Heather C. Lench · Melissa M. Karnaze · Steven J. Carlson · Steven J. Carlson
Predicting and binding: interacting algorithms supporting the consolidation of sequential motor skills Patrick Beukema · Patrick Beukema · Timothy D. Verstynen · Timothy D. Verstynen
Genetic signatures of socio-communicative abilities in primates Nicky Staes · Brenda J. Bradley · William D. Hopkins · William D. Hopkins · Chet C. Sherwood · Chet C. Sherwood
The effects of reward and punishment on motor skill learning Xiuli Chen · Peter Holland · Joseph M. Galea · Joseph M. Galea
The comparative study of grammar learning mechanisms: birds as models Carel ten Cate · Carel ten Cate
Constraints and flexibility during vocal development: insights from marmoset monkeys Asif A. Ghazanfar · Diana A. Liao · Diana A. Liao
Economic choice: the foraging perspective Benjamin Y. Hayden · Benjamin Y. Hayden
Effort-based decision-making in schizophrenia Adam J. Culbreth · Erin K. Moran · Deanna M · Deanna M
Habits and goals: a motivational perspective on action control Ahmet O Ceceli · Elizabeth Tricomi · Elizabeth Tricomi
Habit formation and change Lucas Carden · Wendy Wood · Wendy Wood
Modality general and modality specific coding of hedonic valence V Miskovic · Ak Anderson · Ak Anderson
Computational approaches to habits in a model-free world Wolfgang M. Pauli · Jeffrey Cockburn · Eva R Pool · Omar David Perez · John P. O’Doherty · John P. O’Doherty
Neurobiological basis of individual variation in stimulus-reward learning Shelly B. Flagel · Terry E. Robinson · Terry E. Robinson
Interactions between early life stress and metabolic stress in programming of mental and metabolic health Francesca Cirulli · Francesca Cirulli
Reinforcement related behaviors and adolescent alcohol abuse: from localized brain structures to coordinated networks Gabriel Robert · Gabriel Robert · Gunter Schumann · Gunter Schumann
Punishment models of addictive behavior Louk J. M. J. Vanderschuren · A Maryse Minnaard · Johanna As Smeets · H. Lesscher · H. Lesscher
The effects of stress in early life and adolescence on posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety symptomatology in adulthood Lauren E. Chaby · Li Zhang · Israel Liberzon · Israel Liberzon
From attachment to independence: stress hormone control of ecologically relevant emergence of infants responses to threat Adrienne Santiago · Chiye Aoki · Regina M. Sullivan · Regina M. Sullivan
Endogenous opioid system in addiction and addiction-related behaviors Brian Reed · Eduardo R. Butelman · Mary Jeanne Kreek · Mary Jeanne Kreek
Editorial overview: The diverse facets and emerging potential of addiction research Scott Edwards · Karen D. Ersche · Karen D. Ersche
Individual differences in defensive stress-responses: The potential relevance for psychopathology H.C.M. Niermann · Bernd Figner · Karin Roelofs · Karin Roelofs
The role of autonomic nervous system in susceptibility and resilience to stress Vitor Pereira · Isabel Durães Campos · Nuno Sousa · Nuno Sousa
Numbers of neurons as biological correlates of cognitive capability Suzana Herculano-Houzel · Suzana Herculano-Houzel
Inflammation and infection in human cocaine addiction Karen D. Ersche · R Döffinger · R Döffinger · R Döffinger
Neuroinflammation—a co-occurring phenomenon linking chronic pain and opioid dependence Catherine M. Cahill · Catherine M. Cahill · Anna M.W. Taylor · Anna M.W. Taylor
Adolescence and drug use vulnerability: findings from neuroimaging Lindsay M. Squeglia · Anita Cservenka · Anita Cservenka
Stress and the trade-off between hippocampal and striatal memory Elizabeth Goldfarb · Elizabeth A. Phelps · Elizabeth A. Phelps
Large-scale network balances in the transition from adaptive to maladaptive stress responses Judith R. Homberg · Tamás Kozicz · Guillén Fernández · Guillén Fernández
Preclinical models and neurocircuitry of gambling and impulsive behavior Michael M. Barrus · Catharine A. Winstanley · Catharine A. Winstanley
Antisocial pathways associated with substance use disorders: characterizing etiological underpinnings and implications for treatment Grace M. Brennan · Luke W. Hyde · Arielle R. Baskin-Sommers · Arielle R. Baskin-Sommers
Altered dopamine transmission as a familial risk trait for addictions Marco Leyton · Marco Leyton
The chains of habits: too strong to be broken by reconsolidation blockade? George H. Vousden · Amy L. Milton · Amy L. Milton
Individual differences in stress susceptibility and stress inhibitory mechanisms Karl Ebner · Nicolas Singewald · Nicolas Singewald
Tripping up addiction: the use of psychedelic drugs in the treatment of problematic drug and alcohol use Celia J. A. Morgan · Amy McAndrew · Tobias Stevens · David J. Nutt · Will Lawn · Will Lawn
Sex differences in drug-induced psychosis Adrianna Mendrek · Adrianna Mendrek · Liana Fattore · Liana Fattore
Stress and memory retrieval: mechanisms and consequences Oliver T. Wolf · Oliver T. Wolf
Cognitive mechanisms and therapeutic targets of addiction Marc L. Copersino · Marc L. Copersino · Marc L. Copersino
Neophilia, innovation and learning in an urbanized world: a critical evaluation of mixed findings Andrea S. Griffin · Keilah Netto · Chloe Peneaux · Chloe Peneaux
The prefrontal cortex as a critical gate of negative affect and motivation in alcohol use disorder Amanda R. Pahng · M. Adrienne McGinn · Rod I. Paulsen · Scott Edwards · Scott Edwards
Cellular basis of the intrastriatal functional shifts that underlie the development of habits: relevance for drug addiction Maxime Fouyssac · Barry J. Everitt · David Belin · David Belin
Stress and decision making: effects on valuation, learning, and risk-taking Anthony J. Porcelli · Mauricio R. Delgado · Mauricio R. Delgado
Transgenerational paternal transmission of acquired traits: stress-induced modification of the sperm regulatory transcriptome and offspring phenotypes Terence Y. Pang · Annabel K. Short · Annabel K. Short · Timothy W. Bredy · Timothy W. Bredy · Anthony J. Hannan · Anthony J. Hannan · Anthony J. Hannan
New insights into early-life stress and behavioral outcomes Jessica L. Bolton · Jenny Molet · Autumn S. Ivy · Tallie Z. Baram · Tallie Z. Baram
Differential effects of negative emotion on memory for items and associations, and their relationship to intrusive imagery James A. Bisby · Neil Burgess · Neil Burgess
Does mental context drift or shift Sarah DuBrow · Nina Rouhani · Yael Niv · Kenneth A. Norman · Kenneth A. Norman
Editorial overview: Bound together through space and time: reminiscences of Howard Eichenbaum Neal J. Cohen · Neal J. Cohen · Neal J. Cohen
Editorial overview: Memory in time and space: Remembering Howard: perspectives on life in the Eichenbaum lab John Bladon · Nathaniel R. Kinsky · Samuel Levy · Wing Ning · William Mau · Catherine Mikkelsen · Daniel Orlin · Ryan Place · Geoffrey Schoenbaum · Daniel Sheehan · David W. Sullivan · David W. Sullivan
The persistence of memory: how the brain encodes time in memory Sundeep Teki · Bon-Mi Gu · Warren H. Meck · Warren H. Meck
Human spatial navigation: representations across dimensions and scales Arne D. Ekstrom · Eve A. Isham · Eve A. Isham
Event boundaries in memory and cognition Gabriel A. Radvansky · Jeffrey M. Zacks · Jeffrey M. Zacks
Beyond sensation seeking: a conceptual framework for individual differences in psychostimulant drug effects in healthy humans Tara L. White · Tara L. White
Big data methods in the social sciences Frederick L. Oswald · Dan J. Putka · Dan J. Putka
Time regained: how the human brain constructs memory for time Brendan I. Cohn-Sheehy · Charan Ranganath · Charan Ranganath
Theta sequences of grid cell populations can provide a movement-direction signal Ipshita Zutshi · Jill K. Leutgeb · Stefan Leutgeb · Stefan Leutgeb
Social networks and financial outcomes Raghavendra Rau · Raghavendra Rau
Smartphone sensing methods for studying behavior in everyday life Gabriella M. Harari · Sandrine R. Müller · Min Sh Aung · Peter J. Rentfrow · Peter J. Rentfrow
Spatial responses, immediate experience, and memory in the monkey hippocampus Jon W. Rueckemann · Elizabeth A. Buffalo · Elizabeth A. Buffalo
Using big data to advance personality theory Wiebke Bleidorn · Christopher J. Hopwood · Aidan G. C. Wright · Aidan G. C. Wright
Using big data to solve real problems through academic and industry partnerships Stephen R. Mitroff · Benjamin Sharpe · Benjamin Sharpe
The ebb and flow of experience determines the temporal structure of memory David Clewett · Lila Davachi · Lila Davachi
Collective decision-making Thomas Bose · Andreagiovanni Reina · James A. R. Marshall · James A. R. Marshall
Memory integration constructs maps of space, time, and concepts Neal W Morton · Katherine R Sherrill · Alison R. Preston · Alison R. Preston
Retrieved-context models of memory search and the neural representation of time Sean M. Polyn · Rebecca A Cutler · Rebecca A Cutler
Big data in education and the models that love them Zachary A. Pardos · Zachary A. Pardos
Development of item–space and item–time binding Simona Ghetti · Simona Ghetti
Editorial overview: Memory in time and space Lila Davachi · Neil Burgess · Neil Burgess
Editorial overview: Big data in the behavioral sciences Michal Kosinski · Tara Behrend · Tara Behrend
Studying political communication on Twitter: the case for small data Joyojeet Pal · Andre Gonawela · Andre Gonawela
The neural architecture of prediction over a continuum of spatiotemporal scales Michael T Gravina · Per B. Sederberg · Per B. Sederberg
Dysregulation of brain stress systems mediates compulsive alcohol drinking Brendan J. Tunstall · Stephanie A. Carmack · George F. Koob · Leandro F. Vendruscolo · Leandro F. Vendruscolo
Integrative analysis of sex differences in the rapid antidepressant effects of ketamine in preclinical models for individualized clinical outcomes Samantha K. Saland · Florian Duclot · Mohamed Kabbaj · Mohamed Kabbaj
Social cognition and interaction in stimulant use disorders Boris B. Quednow · Boris B. Quednow · Boris B. Quednow
Cognitive research in zoos Lydia M. Hopper · Lydia M. Hopper
What are mixed emotions and what conditions foster them? Life-span experiences, culture and social awareness Igor Grossmann · Phoebe C. Ellsworth · Phoebe C. Ellsworth
From sensory to social: the information that impacts animal foraging decisions Danielle Sulikowski · Danielle Sulikowski
Mixed feelings: the case of ambivalence Iris K. Schneider · Norbert Schwarz · Norbert Schwarz
A healthy mix of emotions: underlying biological pathways linking emotions to physical health Claudia Trudel-Fitzgerald · Farah Qureshi · Allison A. Appleton · Laura D. Kubzansky · Laura D. Kubzansky
Policy and population behavior in the age of Big Data Kai Ruggeri · Hojeong Yoon · Ondřej Kácha · Sander van der Linden · Peter A. Muennig · Peter A. Muennig
Using Big Data as a window into consumers psychology Sandra Matz · Oded Netzer · Oded Netzer
Cultural variation in pro-positive versus balanced systems of emotions Yuri Miyamoto · Xiaoming Ma · Brooke Wilken · Brooke Wilken
Inter- and intra-individual variation in emotional complexity: methodological considerations and theoretical implications Anthony D. Ong · Alex J. Zautra · Patrick H. Finan · Patrick H. Finan
The frontiers of insect cognition Clint J. Perry · Andrew B. Barron · Lars Chittka · Lars Chittka
Neurocognitive impairment in addiction and opportunities for intervention Victoria Manning · Victoria Manning · Antonio Verdejo-García · Antonio Verdejo-García · Dan I. Lubman · Dan I. Lubman · Dan I. Lubman
Mixed emotions within the context of goal pursuit Shannon T. Mejía · Karen Hooker · Karen Hooker
Prefrontal cortex GABAergic deficits and circuit dysfunction in the pathophysiology and treatment of chronic stress and depression Sriparna Ghosal · Brendan D. Hare · Ronald S. Duman · Ronald S. Duman
Varieties of mixed emotional experience Jeff T. Larsen · Nicholas Coles · Deanna Kay Jordan · Deanna Kay Jordan
Interactions of early-life stress with the genome and epigenome: from prenatal stress to psychiatric disorders Cristiana Cruceanu · Natalie Matosin · Elisabeth B. Binder · Elisabeth B. Binder
Increased subjective experience of non-target emotions in patients with frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimers disease Kuan Hua Chen · Sandy J. Lwi · Alice Y. Hua · Claudia M. Haase · Bruce L. Miller · Robert W. Levenson · Robert W. Levenson
Memory allocation and integration in rodents and humans Margaret L. Schlichting · Paul W Frankland · Paul W Frankland
The quest for the entrepreneurial culture: psychological Big Data in entrepreneurship research Martin Obschonka · Martin Obschonka
The datafication of talent: how technology is advancing the science of human potential at work Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic · Reece Akhtar · Dave Winsborough · Ryne A. Sherman · Ryne A. Sherman
Language-based personality: a new approach to personality in a digital world☆ Ryan L. Boyd · James W. Pennebaker · James W. Pennebaker
Big data and student engagement among vulnerable youth: A review Ryan J. Watson · John L. Christensen · John L. Christensen
Cephalopod complex cognition Jennifer A. Mather · Ludovic Dickel · Ludovic Dickel
The pre/parasubiculum: a hippocampal hub for scene-based cognition? Marshall A. Dalton · Eleanor A. Maguire · Eleanor A. Maguire
Models of spatial and temporal dimensions of memory Michael E. Hasselmo · James R. Hinman · Holger Dannenberg · Chantal E. Stern · Chantal E. Stern
Time (and space) in the hippocampus Howard Eichenbaum · Howard Eichenbaum
Remembering goal locations B Poucet · V Hok · V Hok
Video capture of human behaviors: toward a Big Data approach Louis Tay · Andrew T. Jebb · Sang Eun Woo · Sang Eun Woo
Manipulating memory in space and time Dheeraj S. Roy · Susumu Tonegawa · Susumu Tonegawa · Susumu Tonegawa
Episodic future thinking: Mechanisms and functions Daniel L. Schacter · Roland G. Benoit · Karl K. Szpunar · Karl K. Szpunar
Temporal context in human fMRI Fang Wang · Rachel A. Diana · Rachel A. Diana
Temporal and spatial context in the mind and brain Marc W. Howard · Marc W. Howard
Object play in parrots and corvids Mark O’Hara · Alice M. I. Auersperg · Alice M. I. Auersperg
Cold-blooded cognition: new directions in reptile cognition Satoko Matsubara · D. Charles Deeming · Anna Wilkinson · Anna Wilkinson · Anna Wilkinson
Stress and psychiatric disorders: from categorical to dimensional approaches Francesco Vailati Riboni · Catherine Belzung · Catherine Belzung
The adolescent brain at risk for substance use disorders: a review of functional MRI research on motor response inhibition Maki S Koyama · Muhammad A. Parvaz · Rita Z. Goldstein · Rita Z. Goldstein
Modeling risky decision-making in nonhuman animals: shared core features Sarah R. Heilbronner · Sarah R. Heilbronner
Immune signaling mechanisms of PTSD risk and symptom development: insights from animal models Jessica Deslauriers · Susan B. Powell · Victoria B. Risbrough · Victoria B. Risbrough
Human brain evolution Andrey Verendeev · Chet C. Sherwood · Chet C. Sherwood
Inside the corvid brain—probing the physiology of cognition in crows Andreas Nieder · Andreas Nieder
Utilizing a unique animal model to better understand human temperament Cortney A. Turner · Shelly B. Flagel · Shelly B. Flagel · Peter Blandino · Stanley J. Watson · Stanley J. Watson · Huda Akil · Huda Akil · Huda Akil
Norepinephrine effects on the encoding and consolidation of emotional memory: improving synergy between animal and human studies Benno Roozendaal · Erno J. Hermans · Erno J. Hermans
Juvenile adversity and adult threat controllability in translational models of stress-related disorders Gilad Ritov · Ziv Ardi · Omer Horovitz · Anne Albrecht · Gal Richter-Levin · Gal Richter-Levin
Apes, feathered apes, and pigeons: differences and similarities Onur Güntürkün · Felix Ströckens · Damian Scarf · Mike Colombo · Mike Colombo
The varying roles played by emotion in economic decision making David Dunning · Detlef Fetchenhauer · Thomas Schlösser · Thomas Schlösser
Mixed emotions across adulthood: when, where, and why? Susan T. Charles · Jennifer R. Piazza · Emily J. Urban · Emily J. Urban
Mixed emotions in the predictive brain Katie Hoemann · Maria Gendron · Lisa Feldman Barrett · Lisa Feldman Barrett · Lisa Feldman Barrett
Understanding mixed emotions: paradigms and measures Sylvia D. Kreibig · James J. Gross · James J. Gross
Editorial overview: Theories, methods, and applications of mixed emotions Richard Gonzalez · Jacqui Smith · Lisbeth Nielsen · Lisbeth Nielsen
Predicting the past, remembering the future Samuel J. Gershman · Samuel J. Gershman
Connecting animal and human cognition to conservation John M. Marzluff · Kaeli Swift · Kaeli Swift
Partitioning the variability of daily emotion dynamics in dyadic interactions with a mixed-effects location scale model Emilio Ferrer · Philippe Rast · Philippe Rast
Short-term memory for spatial, sequential and duration information Sanjay Manohar · Yoni Pertzov · Masud Husain · Masud Husain
Aging, attention and situation selection: older adults create mixed emotional environments Derek M. Isaacowitz · Kathryn L. Ossenfort · Kathryn L. Ossenfort
The Neuropathology of Drug Abuse Andreas Büttner · Andreas Büttner
Cognitive motor deficits in cannabis users Shikha Prashad · Francesca M. Filbey · Francesca M. Filbey
Structural neuroimaging in polysubstance users Dieter J. Meyerhoff · Dieter J. Meyerhoff · Dieter J. Meyerhoff
True grit: the role of neuronal microRNAs as mediators of stress resilience Anand Gururajan · Timothy G. Dinan · John F. Cryan · John F. Cryan
Interventions aimed at automatic processes in addiction: considering necessary conditions for efficacy Thomas E. Gladwin · Thomas E. Gladwin · Corinde E. Wiers · Reinout W. Wiers · Reinout W. Wiers
Aberrant decision-making and drug addiction — how strong is the evidence? Hamed Ekhtiari · Teresa A. Victor · Martin P. Paulus · Martin P. Paulus
Is biological aging accelerated in drug addiction Keren Bachi · Salvador Sierra · Nora D. Volkow · Rita Z. Goldstein · Nelly Alia-Klein · Nelly Alia-Klein
The cognitive basis of individual recognition Jessica L. Yorzinski · Jessica L. Yorzinski
Editorial overview: Stress and behavior David A. Morilak · Carmen Sandi · Carmen Sandi
Effects of early life stress on rodent hippocampal synaptic plasticity: a systematic review Nienke Av Derks · Harm J. Krugers · Casper C. Hoogenraad · Marian Joëls · Marian Joëls · R. Angela Sarabdjitsingh · R. Angela Sarabdjitsingh
Perspectives on assessing the emotional behavior of animals with behavior problems Daniel Mills · Daniel Mills
Contemporary topics in fish cognition and behaviour Catarina Vila Pouca · Culum Brown · Culum Brown
The boundary-based view of spatial cognition: a synthesis Sang Ah Lee · Sang Ah Lee
Why learn? The adaptive value of associative learning in wild populations Julie Morand-Ferron · Julie Morand-Ferron
Erratum toThinking spatially in the science classroom[Curr. Opin. Behav. Sci. 10 (2016) 1–6] Nora S. Newcombe · Nora S. Newcombe
Integrating social ecology in explanations of wolf–dog behavioral differences Sarah Marshall-Pescini · Simona Cafazzo · Zsófia Virányi · Friederike Range · Friederike Range
Big Data approaches in social and behavioral science: four key trade-offs and a call for integration J Mahmoodi · Marius Leckelt · Mwh van Zalk · Mwh van Zalk · Katharina Geukes · Back · Back
Editorial overview: Comparative cognition Jessica F. Cantlon · Benjamin Y. Hayden · Benjamin Y. Hayden
Interaction between comparative psychology and cognitive development Sarah R. Beck · Sarah R. Beck
What big data can do for treatment in psychiatry Claire M. Gillan · Robert Whelan · Robert Whelan
Evidence from amnesia and ageing inform the organization of space and time in hippocampal relational representations Renante Rondina · Jennifer D. Ryan · Jennifer D. Ryan
Hippocampal hierarchical networks for space, time, and memory Silvy H.P. Collin · Branka Milivojevic · Christian F. Doeller · Christian F. Doeller · Christian F. Doeller
Music and big data: a new frontier David M. Greenberg · David M. Greenberg · Peter J. Rentfrow · Peter J. Rentfrow
Hippocampal contributions to memory for time: evidence from neuropsychological studies Daniela J. Palombo · Daniela J. Palombo · Mieke Verfaellie · Mieke Verfaellie · Mieke Verfaellie
Cannabinoid regulation of opiate motivational processing in the mesolimbic system: the integrative roles of amygdala, prefrontal cortical and ventral hippocampal input pathways Steven R. Laviolette · Steven R. Laviolette
Comparing the non-linguistic hallmarks of episodic memory systems in corvids and children Sarah A. Jelbert · Nicola S. Clayton · Nicola S. Clayton
Details, gist and schema: hippocampal–neocortical interactions underlying recent and remote episodic and spatial memory Jessica Robin · Morris Moscovitch · Morris Moscovitch
Using Big Data to study subjective well-being Maike Luhmann · Maike Luhmann
Contribution of cerebellar loops to action timing Ramanujan T Raghavan · Vincent Prevosto · Marc A. Sommer · Marc A. Sommer
A decision model of timing Fuat Balcı · Patrick Simen · Patrick Simen
Adaptation for multisensory relative timing Daniel Linares · Ignasi Cos · Ignasi Cos · Warrick Roseboom · Warrick Roseboom
A subcortical circuit for time and action: insights from animal research Valérie Doyère · Nicole El Massioui · Nicole El Massioui
Neurocomputational Models of Interval and Pattern Timing Nicholas F Hardy · Dean V. Buonomano · Dean V. Buonomano
The impact of vitamin D deficiency on behaviour and brain function in rodents Kathie Overeem · Darryl W. Eyles · Darryl W. Eyles · John J. McGrath · John J. McGrath · Thomas H. J. Burne · Thomas H. J. Burne · Thomas H. J. Burne
Timing in the visual cortex and its investigation Marshall G. Hussain Shuler · Marshall G. Hussain Shuler
GLP-1 influences food and drug reward Matthew R. Hayes · Heath D. Schmidt · Heath D. Schmidt
Developmental immune activation programs adult behavior: insight from research on birds Jennifer L. Grindstaff · Jennifer L. Grindstaff
Rhythms for cognition: The case of temporal processing Sophie K. Herbst · Sophie K. Herbst · Ayelet Landau · Ayelet Landau
Thinking spatially in the science classroom Nora S. Newcombe · Nora S. Newcombe
Early-life Social Adversity and Developmental Processes in Nonhuman Primates Jeffrey A. French · Sarah B. Carp · Sarah B. Carp
Corrigendum toSocial emotions and psychological games[Curr. Opin. Behav. Sci. 5 (2015) 133–140] Luke J. Chang · Alec Smith · Alec Smith
Timing, working memory and expectancy: a review of interference studies Claudette Fortin · Richard Schweickert · Richard Schweickert
Impact of stress on metabolism and energy balance Cristina Rabasa · Suzanne L. Dickson · Suzanne L. Dickson
Cerebellar, hippocampal, and striatal time cells Nicholas A. Lusk · Elijah A. Petter · Christopher J. MacDonald · Warren H. Meck · Warren H. Meck
Interval timing, temporal averaging, and cue integration Benjamin J. De Corte · Benjamin J. De Corte · Matthew S. Matell · Matthew S. Matell
Mechanisms for motor timing in the cerebellar cortex Fredrik Johansson · Germund Hesslow · Javier F. Medina · Javier F. Medina
Repetition, expectation, and the perception of time William J. Matthews · Ana I. Gheorghiu · Ana I. Gheorghiu
The centralized and distributed nature of adaptation-induced misjudgments of time Yuki Murai · David Whitaker · Yuko Yotsumoto · Yuko Yotsumoto
Temporal cognition and neural oscillations Virginie van Wassenhove · Virginie van Wassenhove
Multisensory binding: is the contribution of synchrony and semantic congruency obligatory? Efthymios Tsilionis · Efthymios Tsilionis · Argiro Vatakis · Argiro Vatakis · Argiro Vatakis
Accounting for memory mechanisms in interval timing: a review Hedderik van Rijn · Hedderik van Rijn
Predictive coding of multisensory timing Zhuanghua Shi · David C. Burr · David C. Burr · David C. Burr
Contributions of dopaminergic signaling to timing accuracy and precision Patricia V. Agostino · Ruey-Kuang Cheng · Ruey-Kuang Cheng
Effects of obesogenic diets on learning and habitual responding Laura H. Corbit · Laura H. Corbit
The contingent negative variation (CNV): timing isnt everything Tadeusz W. Kononowicz · Trevor B. Penney · Trevor B. Penney
Clocks within clocks: timing by coincidence detection Catalin V. Buhusi · Sorinel A. Oprisan · Mona Buhusi · Mona Buhusi
Time, agency, and sensory feedback delays during action Marieke Rohde · Marc O. Ernst · Marc O. Ernst
Associative learning and timing Kimberly Kirkpatrick · Peter D. Balsam · Peter D. Balsam
Possible evolutionary and developmental mechanisms of mental time travel (and implications for autism) Melissa J. Allman · Denis Mareschal · Denis Mareschal
Nucleus accumbens AMPA receptor trafficking upregulated by food restriction: an unintended target for drugs of abuse and forbidden foods Kenneth D. Carr · Kenneth D. Carr
Early life exposure to obesogenic diets and learning and memory dysfunction Emily E. Noble · Scott E. Kanoski · Scott E. Kanoski
Olfactory object recognition, segmentation, adaptation, target seeking, and discrimination by the network of the olfactory bulb and cortex: computational model and experimental data Li Zhaoping · Li Zhaoping
Role of striatal dopamine signaling in compulsive eating associated with obesity Richard M. O’Connor · Paul J. Kenny · Paul J. Kenny
Reward, learning and games Paul A Howard-Jones · Tim Jay · Tim Jay
Pre-pubertal stress and brain development in rodents Nichola M. Brydges · Nichola M. Brydges
Synchronization and temporal processing John R. Iversen · Ramesh Balasubramaniam · Ramesh Balasubramaniam
Effects of sugar and fat consumption on sweet and fat taste Russell Keast · Russell Keast
Early caregiving and human biobehavioral development: a comparative physiology approach Amie Ashley Hane · Nathan A. Fox · Nathan A. Fox
The Outward Spiral: A vicious cycle model of obesity and cognitive dysfunction Sara L. Hargrave · Sabrina Jones · Terry L. Davidson · Terry L. Davidson
Effects of early-life stress on fear memory in the developing rat Rick Richardson · Caitlin S. M. Cowan · Bridget L. Callaghan · Janice M. Kan · Janice M. Kan
Computational models of eye movements and their application to schizophrenia Jakob Heinzle · Eduardo A. Aponte · Klaas E. Stephan · Klaas E. Stephan
Dopamine signalling adaptations by prolonged high-fat feeding Léa Décarie-Spain · Cecile Hryhorczuk · Stephanie Fulton · Stephanie Fulton
Neural markers of the development of executive function: relevance for education Sheila Shanmugan · Theodore D. Satterthwaite · Theodore D. Satterthwaite
The math anxiety-math performance link and its relation to individual and environmental factors: a review of current behavioral and psychophysiological research Hyesang Chang · Sian L. Beilock · Sian L. Beilock
Adolescent brain development Iroise Dumontheil · Iroise Dumontheil
Reinforcement learning with Marr Yael Niv · Angela Langdon · Angela Langdon
Why numerical symbols count in the development of mathematical skills: evidence from brain and behavior Rebecca Merkley · Daniel Ansari · Daniel Ansari
The link between cognitive control and decision-making across child and adolescent development Nikolaus Steinbeis · Nikolaus Steinbeis · Eveline A. Crone · Eveline A. Crone
Sensory and cognitive plasticity: implications for academic interventions Emily A. Cooper · Allyson P. Mackey · Allyson P. Mackey
Taming the beast: extracting generalizable knowledge from computational models of cognition Matthew R. Nassar · Michael J. Frank · Michael J. Frank
Development of time Sylvie Droit-Volet · Sylvie Droit-Volet
The impact of poor diet and early life stress on memory status Margaret J. Morris · Vivian Le · Jayanthi Maniam · Jayanthi Maniam
Reconfiguration of striatal connectivity for timing and action Deborah L. Harrington · Marjan Jahanshahi · Marjan Jahanshahi
Circular inference: mistaken belief, misplaced trust Sophie Denève · Renaud Jardri · Renaud Jardri · Renaud Jardri
Corrigendum toClaustrum, consciousness, and time perception[Curr. Opin. Behav. Sci. 8 (2016) 258–267] Bin Yin · Devin Blair Terhune · John Smythies · Warren H. Meck · Warren H. Meck
Erratum toA subcortical circuit for time and action: insights from animal research[Curr. Opin. Behav. Sci. 8 (2016) 147–152] Valérie Doyère · Nicole El Massioui · Nicole El Massioui
Editorial overview: Time in perception and action Warren H. Meck · Richard B. Ivry · Richard B. Ivry
Minimum description length model selection in associative learning C. Randy Gallistel · Jason T. Wilkes · Jason T. Wilkes
An efficiency framework for valence processing systems inspired by soft cross-wiring P. Read Montague · P. Read Montague · Kenneth T. Kishida · Rosalyn J. Moran · Terry Lohrenz · Terry Lohrenz
Challenges and promises for translating computational tools into clinical practice Woo-Young Ahn · Jerome R. Busemeyer · Jerome R. Busemeyer
Time at the center, or time at the side? Assessing current models of time perception Joachim Hass · Daniel Durstewitz · Daniel Durstewitz
Educational neuroscience: neural structure-mapping and the promise of oscillations Usha Goswami · Usha Goswami
Memory and the developing brain: are insights from cognitive neuroscience applicable to education? Noa Ofen · Qijing Yu · Zhijian Chen · Zhijian Chen
Executive function and early childhood education Clancy Blair · Clancy Blair
Does computational neuroscience need new synaptic learning paradigms Johanni Brea · Wulfram Gerstner · Wulfram Gerstner
Lessons to be learned: how a comprehensive neurobiological framework of atypical reading development can inform educational practice ☆ Ola Ozernov-Palchik · Ola Ozernov-Palchik · Xi Yu · Xi Yu · Yingying Wang · Yingying Wang · Nadine Gaab · Nadine Gaab · Nadine Gaab
Peer influence effects on risk-taking and prosocial decision-making in adolescence: insights from neuroimaging studies Jorien van Hoorn · Andrew J. Fuligni · Andrew J. Fuligni · Eveline A. Crone · Adriana Galván · Adriana Galván
Electro/magnetoencephalographic signatures of human brain insulin resistance Maike A. Hege · Stephanie Kullmann · Martin Heni · Franziska Schleger · Katarzyna Linder · Andreas Fritsche · Hubert Preissl · Hubert Preissl
Group living and pathogen infection revisited Vanessa O. Ezenwa · Ria R. Ghai · Alexa Fritzsche McKay · Allison E. Williams · Allison E. Williams
Escape behavior: dynamic decisions and a growing consensus Daniel T. Blumstein · Diogo S. M. Samia · William E. Cooper · William E. Cooper
Post-decisional accounts of biases in confidence Joaquin Navajas · Bahador Bahrami · P.E. Latham · P.E. Latham
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New dimensions in animal communication: the case for complexity Gail L. Patricelli · Eileen A. Hebets · Eileen A. Hebets
Neurobiological models of the impact of adversity on education Margaret A. Sheridan · Katie A. McLaughlin · Katie A. McLaughlin
Formation and representation of temporal reference information Karin M. Bausenhart · Daniel Bratzke · Rolf Ulrich · Rolf Ulrich
Dietary triglycerides as signaling molecules that influence reward and motivation Chloé Berland · Chloé Berland · Céline Cansell · Céline Cansell · Thomas S. Hnasko · Christophe Magnan · Serge Luquet · Serge Luquet
Claustrum, consciousness, and time perception Bin Yin · Devin Blair Terhune · John Smythies · Warren H. Meck · Warren H. Meck
Neuroadaptive processes associated with palatable food intake: present data and future directions Jennifer R. Gilbert · Kyle S. Burger · Kyle S. Burger
Brain oscillations in perception, timing and action Daya S. Gupta · Lihan Chen · Lihan Chen
Multiple channels of visual time perception Aurelio Bruno · Guido Marco Cicchini · Guido Marco Cicchini
Ramping activity is a cortical mechanism of temporal control of action Nandakumar S. Narayanan · Nandakumar S. Narayanan
How the motor system both encodes and influences our sense of time Hugo Merchant · Kielan Yarrow · Kielan Yarrow
Modelling single-person and multi-person event-based synchronisation Mark T. Elliott · Wei Ling Chua · Alan M. Wing · Alan M. Wing
A unified theoretical approach for biological cognition and learning Brent Komer · Chris Eliasmith · Chris Eliasmith
Evolutionary traps as keys to understanding behavioral maladapation Bruce A. Robertson · Anna D. Chalfoun · Anna D. Chalfoun
Choice variability and suboptimality in uncertain environments Valentin Wyart · Etienne Koechlin · Etienne Koechlin
Multiple stressors, state-dependence and predation risk — foraging trade-offs: toward a modern concept of trait-mediated indirect effects in communities and ecosystems Oswald J. Schmitz · Geoffrey C. Trussell · Geoffrey C. Trussell
On the necessity of integrating multiple levels of abstraction in a single computational framework Hedderik van Rijn · Jelmer P. Borst · Niels Taatgen · Leendert van Maanen · Leendert van Maanen
Using cognitive training studies to unravel the mechanisms by which the approximate number system supports symbolic math ability Stephanie Bugden · Nicholas K. DeWind · Elizabeth M. Brannon · Elizabeth M. Brannon
Recognition, speciation, and conservation: recent progress in brood parasitism research among social insects Thomas Manna · Mark E. Hauber · Mark E. Hauber
Theoretical perspectives on active sensing Scott Cheng-Hsin Yang · Daniel M. Wolpert · Máté Lengyel · Máté Lengyel · Máté Lengyel
Editorial overview: Computational modeling: After the Middle Ages of computational neuroscience Peter Dayan · Daniel Durstewitz · Daniel Durstewitz
Computational models as statistical tools Daniel Durstewitz · Georgia Koppe · Hazem Toutounji · Hazem Toutounji
Searching for principles of brain computation Wolfgang Maass · Wolfgang Maass
The neuroscience of emotion regulation development: implications for education Rebecca E. Martin · Kevin N. Ochsner · Kevin N. Ochsner
Editorial overview: Neuroscience of education Dénes Szűcs · Fumiko Hoeft · Fumiko Hoeft
Three challenges for connecting model to mechanism in decision-making Anne K. Churchland · Roozbeh Kiani · Roozbeh Kiani
Integrating MRI brain imaging studies of pre-reading children with current theories of developmental dyslexia: A review and quantitative meta-analysis Maaike Vandermosten · Fumiko Hoeft · Elizabeth S. Norton · Elizabeth S. Norton
Socio-Emotional and Cognitive Resilience in Children with Reading Disabilities Stephanie L. Haft · Chelsea A. Myers · Fumiko Hoeft · Fumiko Hoeft · Fumiko Hoeft · Fumiko Hoeft
Cognitive emotion regulation: a review of theory and scientific findings Kateri McRae · Kateri McRae
Social influences on eating Suzanne Higgs · Jason M. Thomas · Jason M. Thomas
Self-medication with sucrose Yvonne M. Ulrich-Lai · Yvonne M. Ulrich-Lai
Frequency tuning for temporal perception and prediction Martin Wiener · Ryota Kanai · Ryota Kanai · Ryota Kanai
Stop signs in hippocampal insulin signaling: the role of insulin resistance in structural, functional and behavioral deficits Jim R. Fadel · Lawrence P. Reagan · Lawrence P. Reagan
Of nature and nurture : The role of genetics and environment in behavioural development of laying hens T. Bas Rodenburg · Elske N. de Haas · Elske N. de Haas
Exposure to early life pain: long term consequences and contributing mechanisms Nicole C. Victoria · Anne Z. Murphy · Anne Z. Murphy
The Stress Acceleration Hypothesis: effects of early-life adversity on emotion circuits and behavior Bridget L. Callaghan · Nim Tottenham · Nim Tottenham
Food advertising and eating behavior in children Frans Folkvord · Frans Folkvord · Doeschka J. Anschutz · Emma J. Boyland · Bridget Kelly · Moniek Buijzen · Moniek Buijzen
A single mechanism account of duration and rate processing via the pacemaker–accumulator and beat frequency models Jess Hartcher-O’Brien · Carolyn Brighouse · Carmel A. Levitan · Carmel A. Levitan
Social influences on song learning Iva Ljubičić · Julia Hyland Bruno · Ofer Tchernichovski · Ofer Tchernichovski
Effects of light exposure at night during development Randy J. Nelson · Randy J. Nelson
Recent advances in understanding emotion-driven temporal distortions Jessica I Lake · Jessica I Lake
Editorial overview: Diet, behavior and brain function: You are what you eat: Effects of the modern food environment on brain and behavior Dana M. Small · Susanne E. la Fleur · Susanne E. la Fleur
Aggression and dominance: an interdisciplinary overview Kay E. Holekamp · Eli D. Strauss · Eli D. Strauss
Optimistic and realistic perspectives on cognitive biases Pete C Trimmer · Pete C Trimmer
Cognitive neuroscience of honesty and deception: a signaling framework Adrianna C. Jenkins · Lusha Zhu · Ming Hsu · Ming Hsu
Understanding the multiple factors governing social learning and the diffusion of innovations Lucy M. Aplin · Lucy M. Aplin
Co-evolution, conflict and complexity: what have we learned about the evolution of parental care behaviours? Nick J. Royle · Suzanne H. Alonzo · Allen J. Moore · Allen J. Moore
Obesity, inflammation and cognition Eirini C. Spyridaki · Pavlina D. Avgoustinaki · Andrew N. Margioris · Andrew N. Margioris
Neural basis of cognitive training and development Torkel Klingberg · Torkel Klingberg
Glucocorticoids and the prenatal programming of neurodevelopmental disorders Jessy Cartier · Yan Zeng · Amanda J. Drake · Amanda J. Drake
The feedback between where we go and what we know — information shapes movement, but movement also impacts information acquisition Orr Spiegel · Margaret C. Crofoot · Margaret C. Crofoot · Margaret C. Crofoot
Sexual selection: incorporating non-genetic inheritance Megan L. Head · Michael D. Jennions · Susanne Zajitschek · Susanne Zajitschek
Reliability, uncertainty, and costs in the evolution of animal learning Aimee S. Dunlap · David W. Stephens · David W. Stephens
Behavioural change over the annual cycle: optimal annual routines Zoltán Barta · Zoltán Barta
Behavior and conservation, conservation and behavior Tim Caro · Tim Caro
Human brain development over the early years Rianne Haartsen · Emily J.H. Jones · Mark H. Johnson · Mark H. Johnson
What is inclusive fitness theory, and what is it for? James A. R. Marshall · James A. R. Marshall
A conceptual framework for understanding behavioral responses to HIREC Andrew Sih · Pete C Trimmer · Sean M. Ehlman · Sean M. Ehlman
Optimistic and pessimistic biases: a primer for behavioural ecologists Melissa Bateson · Melissa Bateson
There is no inclusive fitness at the level of the individual Benjamin Allen · Benjamin Allen · Martin A. Nowak · Martin A. Nowak
The neuroscience of conceptual learning in science and mathematics Denis Mareschal · Denis Mareschal
Personality and individual differences in plasticity Judy A. Stamps · Peter A. Biro · Peter A. Biro
Editorial overview: Development and behavior Frances A. Champagne · Anthony Roger Isles · Anthony Roger Isles
Current directions in animal social networks Darren P. Croft · Safi K. Darden · Tina W. Wey · Tina W. Wey
Not-so-healthy sugar substitutes? Susan E. Swithers · Susan E. Swithers
The mesolimbic system and eating addiction: what sugar does and does not do Johannes W. de Jong · Louk J. M. J. Vanderschuren · Roger A.H. Adan · Roger A.H. Adan
Computational models of interval timing Caspar Addyman · Robert M. French · Elizabeth Thomas · Elizabeth Thomas
Brain, hormone and appetite responses to glucose versus fructose Kathleen A. Page · A. James Melrose · A. James Melrose
Effects of the modern food environment on striatal function, cognition and regulation of ingestive behavior Mary V. Burke · Dana M. Small · Dana M. Small
Cortico-striatal circuits and the timing of action and perception Sonja A. Kotz · Sonja A. Kotz · Rachel M Brown · Michael Schwartze · Michael Schwartze · Michael Schwartze
Nutritional and behavioral regulators of choice behavior Joram D. Mul · Susanne E. la Fleur · Susanne E. la Fleur

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