Elliot T Berkman
Elliot T Berkman
Professor of Psychology, Associate Dean for the Natural Sciences, University of Oregon
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Inflammation-induced anhedonia: endotoxin reduces ventral striatum responses to reward
NI Eisenberger, ET Berkman, TK Inagaki, LT Rameson, NM Mashal, ...
Biological psychiatry 68 (8), 748-754, 2010
Predicting persuasion-induced behavior change from the brain
EB Falk, ET Berkman, T Mann, B Harrison, MD Lieberman
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (25), 8421-8424, 2010
From neural responses to population behavior: neural focus group predicts population-level media effects
EB Falk, ET Berkman, MD Lieberman
Psychological science 23 (5), 439-445, 2012
Self-control as value-based choice
ET Berkman, CA Hutcherson, JL Livingston, LE Kahn, M Inzlicht
Current directions in psychological science 26 (5), 422-428, 2017
Beyond brain mapping: Using neural measures to predict real-world outcomes
ET Berkman, EB Falk
Current directions in psychological science 22 (1), 45-50, 2013
The neural basis of rationalization: cognitive dissonance reduction during decision-making
JM Jarcho, ET Berkman, MD Lieberman
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 6 (4), 460-467, 2011
Neural activity during health messaging predicts reductions in smoking above and beyond self-report.
EB Falk, ET Berkman, D Whalen, MD Lieberman
Health psychology 30 (2), 177, 2011
The development of self and identity in adolescence: Neural evidence and implications for a value‐based choice perspective on motivated behavior
JH Pfeifer, ET Berkman
Child development perspectives 12 (3), 158-164, 2018
Neural correlates of focused attention during a brief mindfulness induction
J Dickenson, ET Berkman, J Arch, MD Lieberman
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 8 (1), 40-47, 2013
Evidence for social working memory from a parametric functional MRI study
ML Meyer, RP Spunt, ET Berkman, SE Taylor, MD Lieberman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (6), 1883-1888, 2012
In the trenches of real-world self-control: neural correlates of breaking the link between craving and smoking
ET Berkman, EB Falk, MD Lieberman
Psychological science 22 (4), 498-506, 2011
Training-induced changes in inhibitory control network activity
ET Berkman, LE Kahn, JS Merchant
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (1), 149-157, 2014
Approaching the bad and avoiding the good: Lateral prefrontal cortical asymmetry distinguishes between action and valence
ET Berkman, MD Lieberman
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (9), 1970-1979, 2010
Six questions for the resource model of control (and some answers)
M Inzlicht, E Berkman
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (10), 511-524, 2015
Gaining while giving: An fMRI study of the rewards of family assistance among White and Latino youth
EH Telzer, CL Masten, ET Berkman, MD Lieberman, AJ Fuligni
Social neuroscience 5 (5-6), 508-518, 2010
Using neuroscience to broaden emotion regulation: theoretical and methodological considerations
ET Berkman, MD Lieberman
Social and personality psychology compass 3 (4), 475-493, 2009
Inhibitory spillover: Intentional motor inhibition produces incidental limbic inhibition via right inferior frontal cortex
ET Berkman, L Burklund, MD Lieberman
Neuroimage 47 (2), 705-712, 2009
Finding the “self” in self-regulation: The identity-value model
ET Berkman, JL Livingston, LE Kahn
Psychological Inquiry 28 (2-3), 77-98, 2017
Correlations in social neuroscience aren't voodoo: Commentary on Vul et al.(2009)
MD Lieberman, ET Berkman, TD Wager
Perspectives on Psychological Science 4 (3), 299-307, 2009
Piece of cake. Cognitive reappraisal of food craving
NR Giuliani, RD Calcott, ET Berkman
Appetite 64, 56-61, 2013
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