Seung Lark Lim

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
affective and cognitive neuroscience, neuroeconomics, fMRI
"Seung Lim"

B.A. 1996 Korea University;
M.A. 1998 Korea University (Clinical Psychology)
Ph.D 2009 Indiana University, Bloomington

Mean distance: 13.75 (cluster 29)


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Luiz Pessoa grad student 2009 Indiana University
 (The role of emotion on visual perception.)
John P. O'Doherty post-doc Caltech
Antonio Rangel post-doc 2009- Caltech
Fraser Wilson research scientist University of Arizona at Tucson
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Ha OR, Lim SL, Bruce AS. (2020) Neural Mechanisms of Food Decision-Making in Children. Current Nutrition Reports
Bruce JM, Bruce AS, Lynch S, et al. (2018) Probability discounting of treatment decisions in multiple sclerosis: associations with disease knowledge, neuropsychiatric status, and adherence. Psychopharmacology
Abidi M, Bruce J, Le Blanche A, et al. (2018) Neural mechanisms associated with treatment decision making: an fMRI study. Behavioural Brain Research
Lim SL, Penrod MT, Ha OR, et al. (2018) Calorie Labeling Promotes Dietary Self-Control by Shifting the Temporal Dynamics of Health- and Taste-Attribute Integration in Overweight Individuals. Psychological Science. 956797617737871
Oh Y, Hass NC, Lim SL. (2016) Body Weight Can Change How Your Emotions Are Perceived. Plos One. 11: e0166753
Harris A, Lim SL. (2016) Temporal Dynamics of Sensorimotor Networks in Effort-Based Cost-Benefit Valuation: Early Emergence and Late Net Value Integration. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 7167-7183
Ha OR, Bruce AS, Pruitt SW, et al. (2016) Healthy eating decisions require efficient dietary self-control in children: A mouse-tracking food decision study. Appetite
Lim SL, Cherry JB, Davis AM, et al. (2016) The child brain computes and utilizes internalized maternal choices. Nature Communications. 7: 11700
Hass NC, Weston TD, Lim SL. (2016) Be Happy Not Sad for Your Youth: The Effect of Emotional Expression on Age Perception. Plos One. 11: e0152093
Hass NC, Schneider EJ, Lim SL. (2015) Emotional expressions of old faces are perceived as more positive and less negative than young faces in young adults. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1276
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