Hannah F. Chua, Ph.D.

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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
decision making
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Richard Gonzalez grad student 2006 University of Michigan
 (Regret and disappointment: Investigations into the role of emotions in decision making.)
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Kitayama S, Chua HF, Tompson S, et al. (2013) Neural mechanisms of dissonance: an fMRI investigation of choice justification. Neuroimage. 69: 206-12
Ho S, Chua HF. (2013) Neurobiological bases of self-reference and deliberate processing in tailored health communication Social Neuroscience and Public Health: Foundations For the Science of Chronic Disease Prevention. 73-82
Jasinska AJ, Chua HF, Ho SS, et al. (2012) Amygdala response to smoking-cessation messages mediates the effects of serotonin transporter gene variation on quitting. Neuroimage. 60: 766-73
Chua HF, Ho SS, Jasinska AJ, et al. (2011) Self-related neural response to tailored smoking-cessation messages predicts quitting. Nature Neuroscience. 14: 426-7
Resnicow K, Strecher V, Couper M, et al. (2010) Methodologic and design issues in patient-centered e-health research. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 38: 98-102
Chua HF, Polk T, Welsh R, et al. (2009) Neural responses to elements of a web-based smoking cessation program. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 144: 174-8
Chua HF, Gonzalez R, Taylor SF, et al. (2009) Decision-related loss: regret and disappointment. Neuroimage. 47: 2031-40
Chua HF, Liberzon I, Welsh RC, et al. (2009) Neural correlates of message tailoring and self-relatedness in smoking cessation programming. Biological Psychiatry. 65: 165-8
Chua HF, Chen W, Park DC. (2006) Source memory, aging and culture. Gerontology. 52: 306-13
Chua HF, Yates JF, Shah P. (2006) Risk avoidance: graphs versus numbers. Memory & Cognition. 34: 399-410
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