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Early adolescence is marked by puberty, and is also a time of flux in self-perception. However, there is limited research on the neural …

Exposure to food cues activates the brain’s reward system and undermines efforts to regulate impulses to eat. During explicit …

Establishing links between neural systems and health can be challenging since there isn’t a one-to-one mapping between brain regions …

As developmental cognitive neuroscientists, we share a common goal of being able to draw strong, defensible, reliable inferences from …

Self-control is the process of favoring abstract, distal goals over concrete, proximal goals during decision making, and is an …

What does it mean to be well? Prior research suggests that it’s more than just the absence of illness or disease; a complete picture of …

The benefits of autonomy to self-regulation, health, and well-being are well established. However, relatively few studies have …

Recently, there has been an increase in the number of human neuroimaging studies seeking to predict behavior above and beyond …

Goal-directed behavior and lifelong well-being often depend on the ability to control appetitive motivations, such as cravings. …

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This tutorial was presented at the University of Oregon Developmental Seminar, May 3, 2019. The repository can be found at: …

I was inspired by these amazing examples of specification curves by Julia Rohrer and Amy Orben, so I wrote some code to generate a …

This tutorial was created by Dani Cosme and Sam Chavez as part of PSY 607: Data Science Seminar at the University of Oregon. The …