Departmental Papers (Psychology)

Departmental Papers (Psychology)

 

Psychology is the science of mind, brain, and behavior. The Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is the oldest continuously functioning psychology department in North America and has a rich history. Today, the department's faculty apply rigorous methods to answer questions in a wide range of overlapping research areas.

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Papers from 2018

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The Effects of Acute Stress on the Calibration of Persistence, Karolina M. Lempert, Joseph T. McGuire, Danielle B. Hazeltine, Elizabeth A. Phelps, and Joseph W. Kable

Papers from 2017

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Post-Conventional Moral Reasoning is Associated With Increased Ventral Striatal Activity at Rest and During Task, Zhuo Fang, Wi Hoon Jung, Marc Korczykowski, Lijuan Luo, Kristin Prehn, Sihua Xu, John A. Detre, Joseph W. Kable, Diana C. Robertson, and Hengyi Rao

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No Effect of Commercial Cognitive Training on Brain Activity, Choice Behavior, or Cognitive Performance, Joseph W. Kable, Kathleen Caulfield, Mary K Falcone, Mairead H. McConnell, Leah Bernardo, Trishala Parthasarathi, Nicole Cooper, Rebecca Ashare, Janet Audrain-McGovern, Robert Hornik, Paul J. Diefenbach, Frank J. Lee, and Caryn Lerman

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Cognitive Neuroscience Methods: An Introductory Overview for Social Scientists, Trishala Parthasarathi and Joseph W. Kable

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The Vivid Present: Visualization Abilities Are Associated With Steep Discounting of Future Rewards, Trishala Parthasarathi, Mairead H. McConnell, Jeffrey Luery, and Joseph W. Kable

Papers from 2016

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Diminished Effort on a Progressive Ratio Task in Both Unipolar and Bipolar Depression, Rachel Hershenberg, Theodore D. Satterthwaite, Aylin Daldal, Natalie Katchmar, Tyler M. Moore, Joseph W. Kable, and Daniel H. Wolf

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Deciding to Curtail Persistence, Joseph T. McGuire and Joseph W. Kable

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Divergent Relationship of Depression Severity to Social Reward Responses Among Patients With Bipolar Versus Unipolar Depression, Anup Sharma, Theodore D. Satterthwaite, Lillie Vandekar, Natalie Katchmar, Aylin Daldal, Kosha Ruparel, Mark A Elliott, Claudia Bladassano, Michael E. Thase, Raquel E. Gur, Joseph W. Kable, and Daniel H. Wolf

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Resident Decision Making: Opioids in the Outpatient Setting, James E. Siegler, Joseph W. Kable, and Anjan Chatterjee

Papers from 2015

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Normative Evidence Accumulation in Unpredictable Environments, Christopher M. Glaze, Joseph W. Kable, and Joshua I. Gold

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Individual Differences in the Neural Signature of Subjective Value Among Older Adults, Kameko Halfmann, William Hedgcock, Joseph W. Kable, and Natalie L. Denburg

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Medial Prefrontal Cortical Activity Reflects Dynamic Re-Evaluation During Voluntary Persistence, Joseph T. McGuire and Joseph W. Kable

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Common and Unique Representations in pFC for Place Attractiveness, Teresa K Pegors, Joseph W. Kable, Anjan Chatterjee, and Russell A. Epstein

Papers from 2014

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BOLD Subjective Value Signals Exhibit Robust Range Adaptation, Karin M. Cox and Joseph W. Kable

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Functionally Dissociable Influences on Learning Rate in a Dynamic Environment, Joseph T. McGuire, Matthew R. Nassar, Joshua I. Gold, and Joseph W. Kable

Papers from 2013

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Brain Activity in Valuation Regions While Thinking About the Future Predicts Individual Discount Rates, Nicole Cooper, Joseph W. Kable, Kyu Kim, and Gal Zauberman

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Self-Regulation and School Success, Angela Lee Duckworth and Stephanie M. Carlson

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An Opportunity Cost Model of Subjective Effort and Task Performance, Robert Kurzban, Angela Lee Duckworth, Joseph W. Kable, and Justus Myers

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Rational Temporal Predictions Can Underlie Apparent Failures to Delay Gratification, Joseph T. McGuire and Joseph W. Kable

Papers from 2012

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Temperament in the Classroom, Angela Lee Duckworth and Kelly M. Allred

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Preference Reversals in Decision Making Under Risk Are Accompanied by Changes in Attention to Different Attributes, Betty E. Kim, Darryl Seligman, and Joseph W. Kable

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Decision Makers Calibrate Behavioral Persistence on the Basis of Time-Interval Experience, Joseph T. McGuire and Joseph W. Kable

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Normative Arguments From Experts and Peers Reduce Delay Discounting, Nicole Senecal, Teresa Wang, Elizabeth Thompson, and Joseph W. Kable

Papers from 2011

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Social Influence on "Self"-Control, Joseph W. Kable

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The Cognitive Neuroscience Toolkit for the Neuroeconomist: A Functional Overview, Joseph W. Kable

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Personality Measurement and Assessment in Large Panel Surveys, Brent Roberts, Joshua J. Jackson, Angela Lee Duckworth, and Katherine Von Culin

Papers from 2009

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The Neurobiology of Decision: Consensus and Controversy, Joseph W. Kable and Paul W. Glimcher

Papers from 2007

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Neuroeconomic Studies of Impulsivity: Now or Just as Soon as Possible?, Paul W. Glimcher, Joseph W. Kable, and Kenway Louie

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The Neural Correlated of Subjective Value During Intertemporal Choice, Joseph W. Kable and Paul W. Glimcher

Papers from 2006

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Specificity of Action Representations in the Lateral Occipitotemporal Cortex, Joseph W. Kable and Anjan Chatterjee

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Fractionating the Left Frontal Response to Tools: Dissociable Effects of Motor Experience and Lexical Competition, Irene P Kan, Joseph W. Kable, Amanda Van Scoyoc, Anjan Chatterjee, and Sharon L. Thompson-Schill

Papers from 2005

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Conceptual Representations of Action in the Lateral Temporal Cortex, Joseph W. Kable, Irene P Kan, Ashley Wilson, Sharon L. Thompson-Schill, and Anjan Chatterjee

Papers from 2002

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Neural Substrates of Action Event Knowledge, Joseph W. Kable, Jessica Lease-Spellmeyer, and Anjan Chatterjee