Elliot T. Berkman

Psychology University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
"Elliot Berkman"
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Matthew Dylan Lieberman grad student 2010 UCLA
 (Smoking Cessation from the Brain to the Real World: An fMRI-Experience Sampling Study.)
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Cosme D, Berkman ET. (2018) Autonomy can support affect regulation during illness and in health. Journal of Health Psychology. 1359105318787013
Giuliani NR, Merchant JS, Cosme D, et al. (2018) Neural predictors of eating behavior and dietary change. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Cosme D, Mobasser A, Zeithamova D, et al. (2018) Choosing to regulate: Does choice enhance craving regulation? Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Berkman ET, Livingston JL, Kahn LE. (2017) The identity-value model of self-regulation: Integration, extension, and open questions. Psychological Inquiry. 28: 157-164
Berkman ET, Livingston JL, Kahn LE. (2017) Finding the "self" in self-regulation: The identity-value model. Psychological Inquiry. 28: 77-98
Berkman ET, Hutcherson CA, Livingston JL, et al. (2017) Self-Control as Value-Based Choice. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 26: 422-428
Patterson TK, Lenartowicz A, Berkman ET, et al. (2016) Putting the brakes on the brakes: negative emotion disrupts cognitive control network functioning and alters subsequent stopping ability. Experimental Brain Research
Beauchamp KG, Kahn LE, Berkman ET. (2016) Does inhibitory control training transfer?: Behavioral and neural effects on an untrained emotion regulation task. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Calcott RD, Berkman ET. (2015) Neural Correlates of Attentional Flexibility during Approach and Avoidance Motivation. Plos One. 10: e0127203
Giuliani NR, Tomiyama AJ, Mann T, et al. (2015) Prediction of Daily Food Intake as a Function of Measurement Modality and Restriction Status. Psychosomatic Medicine. 77: 583-90
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