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

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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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Lim SL, Martin LE, Catley D. (2020) Trial-by-Trial Fluctuations in Brain Responses to Stress Predict Subsequent Smoking Decisions That Occur Several Seconds Later. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Ha OR, Lim SL, Bruce AS. (2020) Neural Mechanisms of Food Decision-Making in Children. Current Nutrition Reports
Ha OR, Lim SL, Bruce JM, et al. (2019) Unhealthy foods taste better among children with lower self-control. Appetite
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
Ha OR, Killian H, Bruce JM, et al. (2018) Food Advertising Literacy Training Reduces the Importance of Taste in Children's Food Decision-Making: A Pilot Study. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1293
Bruce JM, Jarmolowicz DP, Lynch S, et al. (2018) How patients with multiple sclerosis weigh treatment risks and benefits. Health Psychology : Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
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
Jarmolowicz DP, Reed DD, Bruce AS, et al. (2016) Using EP50 to forecast treatment adherence in individuals with multiple sclerosis. Behavioural Processes
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