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FeldmanHall, O., Dunsmoor, J., Kroes, M., Lackovic, S.F., Phelps E.A., (In Press). Associative learning of social value in dynamic groups. Psychological Science.

FeldmanHall, O. (2017). How Does Social Network Position Influence Prosocial Behavior? Trends in Cognitive Science. PDF

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FeldmanHall, O., Glimcher, P., Baker, A.L., Phelps, E. A. (2016). Emotion and Decision-Making Under Uncertainty: Arousal predicts increased gambling during ambiguity but not risk. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. PDF, SI

FeldmanHall, O., Dalgleish, T., Evans, D., Navrady, L., Tedeschi, E., Mobbs, D. (2016). Moral Chivalry: The interactive effect of gender and moral orientation on altruistic choice. Social Psychology and Personality Science. PDF

*Murty, V., *FeldmanHall, O., Hunter, L.E., Phelps, E. A., Davachi, L. (2016). Episodic memories predict adaptive value-based decision-making. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. *Denotes shared first authorship PDF, SI

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FeldmanHall, O., Raio, C.M., Kubota, J., Seiler, M.G., Phelps, E. A. (2015). The Effects of Social Context and Acute Stress on Decision-Making Under UncertaintyPsychological Science. PDF

Van Bavel, J.J., FeldmanHall, O., Mende-Siedlecki, P. (2015). The neuroscience of moral cognition: From dual processes to dynamic systemsCurrent Opinion in Psychology. PDF

FeldmanHall, O., Dalgleish, T., Evans, D., Mobbs, D. (2015). Empathic Concern Drives Costly AltruismNeuroImage. PDF

FeldmanHall, O., & Mobbs, D. (2015) A Neural Network for Moral Decision-Making. In A.W. Toga, & M. D. Lieberman (eds.) Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Elsevier: Oxford. PDF

Mobbs, D., Hagan, C.C., Yu, R., FeldmanHall, O., Dalgleish, T. (2015) Reflected Glory and Failure: The role of the medial prefrontal cortex and ventral striatum in self vs shared relevance during advice giving outcomesSocial Cognitive Affective Neuroscience.  PDF

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FeldmanHall O., Sokol-Hessner, P., Van Bavel, J.J. Phelps, E A. (2014). Fairness violations elicit greater punishment on behalf of another then for onself. Nature Communications. PDF

FeldmanHall, O., Mobbs, D., Dalgleish, T. (2014). Deconstructing the Brain’s Moral Network: Dissociable Functionality in the Temporoparietal Junction and Medial Prefrontal CortexSocial Cognitive Affective Neuroscience. PDF

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FeldmanHall, O., Dalgleish, T., Mobbs, D. (2013). Alexithymia decreases altruism in real social decisionsCortex.  PDF

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FeldmanHall, O., Dalgleish, T., Thompson, R., Evans, D., Schweizer, S., Mobbs, D. (2012). Differential neural circuitry and self-interest in real vs hypothetical moral decisionsSocial Cognitive Affective Neuroscience7: 743-751. PDF

FeldmanHall, O., Mobbs, D., Hiscox, L., Navrady, L., Dalgleish, T. (2012). What We Say and What We Do: The Relationship Between Real and Hypothetical Moral ChoicesCognition123(3):434-441. PDF

Mobbs, D., Yu, R., Rowe, J., Eich, H., FeldmanHall, O., Dalgleish, T. (2010). Neural Activity Associated with Monitoring the Oscillating Threat Value of a Phylogenetic StimulusProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107:20582-20586. PDF

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FeldmanHall, O. & Dunsmoor J. (Under Review). Associative learning mechanisms support complex moral choice.