Peter Smittenaar

Affiliations: 
University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Website:
http://www.petersmittenaar.com
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Fiore VG, Nolte T, Rigoli F, et al. (2018) Value encoding in the globus pallidus: fMRI reveals an interaction effect between reward and dopamine drive. Neuroimage
Smittenaar P, Kurth-Nelson Z, Mohammadi S, et al. (2017) Local striatal reward signals can be predicted from corticostriatal connectivity. Neuroimage. 159: 9-17
Rutledge RB, Moutoussis M, Smittenaar P, et al. (2017) Association of Neural and Emotional Impacts of Reward Prediction Errors With Major Depression. Jama Psychiatry
Keramati M, Smittenaar P, Dolan RJ, et al. (2016) Adaptive integration of habits into depth-limited planning defines a habitual-goal-directed spectrum. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Rutledge RB, Smittenaar P, Zeidman P, et al. (2016) Risk Taking for Potential Reward Decreases across the Lifespan. Current Biology : Cb
Smittenaar P, Rutledge RB, Zeidman P, et al. (2015) Proactive and Reactive Response Inhibition across the Lifespan. Plos One. 10: e0140383
McNab F, Zeidman P, Rutledge RB, et al. (2015) Age-related changes in working memory and the ability to ignore distraction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 6515-8
Brown HR, Zeidman P, Smittenaar P, et al. (2014) Crowdsourcing for cognitive science--the utility of smartphones. Plos One. 9: e100662
Aarts E, Nusselein AA, Smittenaar P, et al. (2014) Greater striatal responses to medication in Parkinson׳s disease are associated with better task-switching but worse reward performance. Neuropsychologia. 62: 390-7
Callaghan MF, Freund P, Draganski B, et al. (2014) Widespread age-related differences in the human brain microstructure revealed by quantitative magnetic resonance imaging. Neurobiology of Aging. 35: 1862-72
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