Choong-Wan Woo, Ph.D.

2011-2016 Psychology and Neuroscience University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
 2017- Biomedical Engineering Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) 
cognitive and affective neuroscience
"Choong-Wan Woo"
Mean distance: 16.22 (cluster 23)
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Kim HJ, Lux BK, Lee E, et al. (2024) Brain decoding of spontaneous thought: Predictive modeling of self-relevance and valence using personal narratives. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 121: e2401959121
Kim J, Andrews-Hanna JR, Eisenbarth H, et al. (2023) A dorsomedial prefrontal cortex-based dynamic functional connectivity model of rumination. Nature Communications. 14: 3540
Lee JJ, Lee S, Lee DH, et al. (2022) Functional brain reconfiguration during sustained pain. Elife. 11
Kim B, Andrews-Hanna JR, Han J, et al. (2022) When self comes to a wandering mind: Brain representations and dynamics of self-generated concepts in spontaneous thought. Science Advances. 8: eabn8616
Lee SH, Chey J, Ahn WY, et al. (2022) Psychological well-being and salivary markers of inflammation: The moderating effect of age. Applied Psychology. Health and Well-Being
Coll MP, Slimani H, Woo CW, et al. (2022) The neural signature of the decision value of future pain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2119931119
Čeko M, Kragel PA, Woo CW, et al. (2022) Common and stimulus-type-specific brain representations of negative affect. Nature Neuroscience. 25: 760-770
Kohoutová L, Atlas LY, Büchel C, et al. (2022) Individual variability in brain representations of pain. Nature Neuroscience. 25: 749-759
Lee JY, You T, Lee CH, et al. (2022) Role of anterior cingulate cortex inputs to periaqueductal gray for pain avoidance. Current Biology : Cb
Petre B, Kragel P, Atlas LY, et al. (2022) A multistudy analysis reveals that evoked pain intensity representation is distributed across brain systems. Plos Biology. 20: e3001620
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