Clay B. Holroyd

Affiliations: 
University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
Cognitive Control, Event Related Potentials
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Michael G. H. Coles grad student 2001 UIUC
 (Reinforcement learning and the error -related negativity: A computational and neurophysiological investigation.)
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Schmidt B, Kessler L, Holroyd CB, et al. (2019) Wearing a bike helmet leads to less cognitive control, revealed by lower frontal midline theta power and risk indifference. Psychophysiology. e13458
Schmidt B, Keßler L, Hecht H, et al. (2018) What you give is what you get: Payment of one randomly selected trial induces risk-aversion and decreases brain responses to monetary feedback. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Baker TE, Zeighami Y, Dagher A, et al. (2018) Smoking decisions: Altered reinforcement learning signals induced by nicotine state. Nicotine & Tobacco Research : Official Journal of the Society For Research On Nicotine and Tobacco
Schmidt B, Kanis H, Holroyd CB, et al. (2018) Anxious gambling: Anxiety is associated with higher frontal midline theta predicting less risky decisions. Psychophysiology. e13210
Williams CC, Hassall CD, Trska R, et al. (2017) When Theory and Biology Differ: The Relationship Between Reward Prediction Errors and Expectancy. Biological Psychology
Arbel Y, Hong L, Baker TE, et al. (2017) It's all about timing: An electrophysiological examination of feedback-based learning with immediate and delayed feedback. Neuropsychologia
Umemoto A, HajiHosseini A, Yates ME, et al. (2017) Reward-based contextual learning supported by anterior cingulate cortex. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Schmidt B, Holroyd CB, Debener S, et al. (2016) I can't wait! Neural reward signals in impulsive individuals exaggerate the difference between immediate and future rewards. Psychophysiology
Baker TE, Wood JM, Holroyd CB. (2015) Atypical valuation of monetary and cigarette rewards in substance dependent smokers. Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology
Baker TE, Stockwell T, Barnes G, et al. (2015) Reward Sensitivity of ACC as an Intermediate Phenotype between DRD4-521T and Substance Misuse. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-12
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