Steve W C Chang, Ph.D.

2014- Psychology, Neuroscience Yale University, New Haven, CT 
social interaction, decision-making, coordinate transformation
"Steve Chang"
Mean distance: 13.76 (cluster 29)


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Richard A. Abrams research assistant 2000-2003 Washington University
Lawrence H. Snyder research assistant 2002-2003 Washington University
Lawrence H. Snyder grad student 2003-2009 Washington University
 (Sensorimotor transformation in the macaque parietal reach region.)
Michael L. Platt post-doc 2009- Duke


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Jessica Joiner grad student 2014- Yale
Matthew Piva grad student 2014- Yale
Hannah Weinberg-Wolf grad student 2015- Yale
Siqi Fan grad student 2017- Yale
Megha Chawla grad student 2019- Yale
Prabaha Gangopadhyay grad student 2019- Yale
Courtney Turrin grad student 2015-2017 Yale
Amrita C. Nair post-doc 2014- Yale
Olga Dal Monte post-doc 2015- Yale
Chengchi Chu post-doc 2018- Yale
Weston David Pack post-doc 2015-2016 Yale


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Steven P. Wise collaborator 2004-2009 NIH/NIMH
 (External committee member)
R Becket Ebitz collaborator 2011-2013 Duke
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Weinberg-Wolf H, Chang SWC. (2019) Differences in how macaques monitor others: Does serotonin play a central role? Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1494
Stanton CH, Holmes AJ, Chang SWC, et al. (2018) From Stress to Anhedonia: Molecular Processes through Functional Circuits. Trends in Neurosciences
Dal Monte O, Fan S, Chang SWC. (2018) Social subjective value in the primate midbrain. Nature Neuroscience
Chang SWC, Dal Monte O. (2018) Shining Light on Social Learning Circuits. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Weinberg-Wolf H, Fagan NA, Anderson GM, et al. (2018) The effects of 5-hydroxytryptophan on attention and central serotonin neurochemistry in the rhesus macaque. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Piva M, Chang SWC. (2018) An integrated framework for the role of oxytocin in multistage social decision-making. American Journal of Primatology
Joiner J, Piva M, Turrin C, et al. (2017) Social learning through prediction error in the brain. Npj Science of Learning. 2: 8
Piva M, Zhang X, Noah JA, et al. (2017) Distributed Neural Activity Patterns during Human-to-Human Competition. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 571
Chang SWC. (2017) An Emerging Field of Primate Social Neurophysiology: Current Developments. Eneuro. 4
Barack DL, Chang SWC, Platt ML. (2017) Posterior Cingulate Neurons Dynamically Signal Decisions to Disengage during Foraging. Neuron. 96: 339-347.e5
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