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Sebastian Speer
Sebastian Speer
Postdoctoral Researcher, Princeton University
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Hard decisions shape the neural coding of preferences
K Voigt, C Murawski, S Speer, S Bode
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (4), 718-726, 2019
612019
Cognitive control increases honesty in cheaters but cheating in those who are honest
SPH Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19080-19091, 2020
562020
Individual differences in (dis) honesty are represented in the brain's functional connectivity at rest
SPH Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
NeuroImage 246, 118761, 2022
272022
Cognitive control and dishonesty
SPH Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 26 (9), 796-808, 2022
222022
Cognitive control promotes either honesty or dishonesty, depending on one's moral default
SP Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (42), 8815-8825, 2021
192021
A multivariate brain signature for reward
SPH Speer, C Keysers, JC Barrios, CJS Teurlings, A Smidts, ...
NeuroImage 271, 119990, 2023
92023
Effective brain connectivity at rest is associated with choice‐induced preference formation
K Voigt, C Murawski, S Speer, S Bode
Human Brain Mapping 41 (11), 3077-3088, 2020
92020
Decoding fairness motivations from multivariate brain activity patterns
SPH Speer, MAS Boksem
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 14 (11), 1197-1207, 2019
92019
Neuro-computational mechanisms and individual biases in action-outcome learning under moral conflict
L Fornari, K Ioumpa, AD Nostro, NJ Evans, L De Angelis, SPH Speer, ...
Nature communications 14 (1), 1218, 2023
72023
Individual differences in (dis) honesty are represented in the brain's functional connectivity at rest. NeuroImage, 246, Article 118761
SPH Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
72021
Resting-state BOLD signal variability is associated with individual differences in metacontrol
C Zhang, C Beste, L Prochazkova, K Wang, SPH Speer, A Smidts, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 18425, 2022
62022
The effect of acute stress on dishonesty: the moderating role of moral default
S Speer, A Martinovici, A Smidts, M Boksem
OSF, 2022
22022
When honest people cheat, and cheaters are honest: Cognitive control processes override our moral default
SPH Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
bioRxiv, 2020.01. 23.907634, 2020
22020
What makes a good conversation? fMRI-hyperscanning shows friends explore and strangers converge
S Speer, L Mwilambwe-Tshilobo, L Tsoi, S Burns, E Falk, D Tamir
PsyArXiv, 2023
12023
Different neural mechanisms underlie non-habitual honesty and non-habitual cheating
SPH Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
Frontiers in Neuroscience 15, 610429, 2021
12021
Individual differences in (dis) honesty are represented in the brain’s functional connectivity: Robust out-of-sample prediction of cheating behavior
SPH Speer, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
bioRxiv, 2020.05. 12.091116, 2020
12020
Mental State Dynamics underlying Persuasion and Compromise
S Speer, SM Burns, E Falk, D Tamir, L Mwilambwe-Tshilobo
OSF, 2023
2023
The acute effects of stress on dishonesty are moderated by individual differences in moral default
SPH Speer, A Martinovici, A Smidts, MAS Boksem
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 3984, 2023
2023
Social connection and time shape mental states alignment in real time conversations
S Speer, E Falk, D Tamir, L Tsoi, L Mwilambwe-Tshilobo
OSF, 2022
2022
The (Dis) Honest and (Un) Fair Brain: Investigating the Neural Underpinnings of Moral Decisions
S Speer
2021
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