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The Neural Representation of Unexpected Uncertainty during Value-Based Decision Making
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We found representations of unexpected uncertainty in multiple cortical areas, as well as the noradrenergic brainstem nucleus locus coeruleus. Expand
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The Paralympic athlete: a systematic review of the psychosocial literature
Background: There is a lack of knowledge of the psychosocial wellbeing and attributes of Paralympic athletes. Such knowledge may reveal what contributes to exceptional performance. Objectives: ToExpand
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Testosterone causes both prosocial and antisocial status-enhancing behaviors in human males
Significance Although in several species of bird and animal, testosterone increases male–male aggression, in human males, it has been suggested to instead promote both aggressive and nonaggressiveExpand
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Neural Mechanisms Underlying Human Consensus Decision-Making
Consensus building in a group is a hallmark of animal societies, yet little is known about its underlying computational and neural mechanisms. Here, we applied a computational framework to behavioralExpand
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Dorsomedial Prefrontal Cortex Mediates Rapid Evaluations Predicting the Outcome of Romantic Interactions
Humans frequently make real-world decisions based on rapid evaluations of minimal information; for example, should we talk to an attractive stranger at a party? Little is known, however, about howExpand
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Human Dorsal Striatum Encodes Prediction Errors during Observational Learning of Instrumental Actions
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The dorsal striatum plays a key role in the learning and expression of instrumental reward associations that are acquired through direct experience, even when those associations are acquired purely by observing others. Expand
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Insights from the application of computational neuroimaging to social neuroscience
A recent approach in social neuroscience has been the application of formal computational models for a particular social-cognitive process to neuroimaging data. Here we review preliminary findingsExpand
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The role of the posterior temporal and medial prefrontal cortices in mediating learning from romantic interest and rejection.
Romantic interest or rejection can be powerful incentives not merely for their emotional impact, but for their potential to transform, in a single interaction, what we think we know about anotherExpand
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Anterior Insula Activity Reflects the Effects of Intentionality on the Anticipation of Aversive Stimulation
If someone causes you harm, your affective reaction to that person might be profoundly influenced by your inferences about the intentionality of their actions. In the present study, we aimed toExpand
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Using WordNet to Automatically Deduce Relations between Words in Noun-Noun Compounds
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We present an algorithm for automatically disambiguating noun-noun compounds by deducing the correct semantic relation between their constituent words. Expand
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