Tor D. Wager

Columbia University, New York, NY 
Cognitive neuroscience
"Tor Wager"
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John Jonides grad student 2003 University of Michigan
 (Brain and behavioral mechanisms of switching attention.)
Edward E. Smith grad student 2003 University of Michigan
 (Brain and behavioral mechanisms of switching attention.)


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Sam J. Gershman research assistant 2005-2007 Columbia
Brent L. Hughes research assistant 2005-2007 Columbia
Matthew L. Davidson research assistant 2005-2008 Columbia
Lauren Aimee Kaplan grad student 2004- Columbia
Hedwig Eisenbarth grad student 2012- CU Boulder
Lauren A. Leotti grad student 2009 Columbia
Hedy Kober grad student 2004-2009 Columbia
Lauren Y. Atlas grad student 2006-2011 Columbia
Jason T. Buhle grad student 2006-2012 Columbia
Jenna M. Reinen grad student 2008-2013 Columbia
Choong-Wan Woo grad student 2011-2016 CU Boulder
Leonie Koban post-doc CU Boulder
Tal Yarkoni post-doc 2009- CU Boulder
Luke J. Chang post-doc 2012- CU Boulder
Stephan Geuter post-doc 2014- CU Boulder
Philip A. Kragel post-doc 2015- CU Boulder
Rotem Botvinik-Nezer post-doc 2019- Dartmouth
Michael Sun post-doc 2019- Dartmouth
Mathieu Roy post-doc 2009-2013 Darthmouth
Hongbo Yu research scientist 2013-2013 CU Boulder
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Evers AWM, Colloca L, Blease C, et al. (2020) What Should Clinicians Tell Patients about Placebo and Nocebo Effects? Practical Considerations Based on Expert Consensus. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. 1-8
Yu H, Koban L, Crockett MJ, et al. (2020) Toward a Brain-Based Bio-Marker of Guilt. Neuroscience Insights. 15: 2633105520957638
Guevarra DA, Moser JS, Wager TD, et al. (2020) Placebos without deception reduce self-report and neural measures of emotional distress. Nature Communications. 11: 3785
Gilam G, Gross JJ, Wager TD, et al. (2020) What Is the Relationship between Pain and Emotion? Bridging Constructs and Communities. Neuron
Goldstein P, Losin EAR, Anderson SR, et al. (2020) Clinician-patient movement synchrony mediates social group effects on interpersonal trust and perceived pain. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society
Silvestrini N, Chen JI, Piché M, et al. (2020) Distinct fMRI patterns colocalized in the cingulate cortex underlie the after-effects of cognitive control on pain. Neuroimage. 116898
Reddan MC, Young H, Falkner J, et al. (2020) Touch and social support influence interpersonal synchrony and pain. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Geuter S, Reynolds Losin EA, Roy M, et al. (2020) Multiple Brain Networks Mediating Stimulus-Pain Relationships in Humans. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Kohoutová L, Heo J, Cha S, et al. (2020) Toward a unified framework for interpreting machine-learning models in neuroimaging. Nature Protocols
Losin EAR, Woo CW, Medina NA, et al. (2020) Author Correction: Neural and sociocultural mediators of ethnic differences in pain. Nature Human Behaviour
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