Our symposium Dillemas in the face of uncertainty: Computational
approaches to adaptive behavior is accepted for the ICON meeting in Amsterdam (5-8 August 2017)
Our review on the effects of instructions on pain, emotion, and
affective learning is accepted for publication:
Koban, L., Jepma, M., Geuter, S., Wager, T.D. (in press). What’s in a word? How instructions, suggestions, and social information change pain and emotion. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.
Our paper examining the role of the human catecholamine systems in learning rate regulation is accepted for publication:
Jepma, M., Murphy, P., Nassar, M.R., Rangel-Gomez, M., Meeter, M., Nieuwenhuis, S. (2016). Catecholaminergic regulation of learning rate in a dynamic environment. PLOS Computational Biology, 12(10): e1005171