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Aaron M. Bornstein
Aaron M. Bornstein
Department of Cognitive Sciences and Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, UC Irvine
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Reminders of past choices bias decisions for reward in humans
AM Bornstein, MW Khaw, D Shohamy, ND Daw
Nature Communications 8, 15958, 2017
1792017
High-resolution fMRI of content-sensitive subsequent memory responses in human medial temporal lobe
AR Preston, AM Bornstein, JB Hutchinson, ME Gaare, GH Glover, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (1), 156-173, 2010
1602010
Reinstated episodic context guides sampling-based decisions for reward
AM Bornstein, KA Norman
Nature Neuroscience 20, 997-1003, 2017
1242017
Dissociating hippocampal and striatal contributions to sequential prediction learning
AM Bornstein, ND Daw
European Journal of Neuroscience 35, 1011-1023, 2012
1192012
Multiplicity of control in the basal ganglia: computational roles of striatal subregions
AM Bornstein, ND Daw
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 21 (3), 374-380, 2011
1062011
Cortical and hippocampal correlates of deliberation during model-based decisions for rewards in humans
AM Bornstein, ND Daw
PLoS Computational Biology 9 (12), e1003387, 2013
812013
Reward prediction errors create event boundaries in memory
N Rouhani, KA Norman, Y Niv, AM Bornstein
Cognition 203, 104269, 2020
472020
Machine learning, human interpretations
AM Bornstein
Nautilus, 2016
43*2016
Suicidal thoughts and behaviors are associated with an increased decision-making bias for active responses to escape aversive states.
AJ Millner, HEM den Ouden, SJ Gershman, CR Glenn, JC Kearns, ...
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 128 (2), 106, 2019
312019
Refresh my memory: Episodic memory reinstatements intrude on working memory maintenance
AN Hoskin, AM Bornstein, KA Norman, JD Cohen
Cognitiive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 19, 338-354, 2018
212018
Rats exhibit similar biases in foraging and intertemporal choice tasks
GA Kane, AM Bornstein, A Shenhav, RC Wilson, ND Daw, JD Cohen
eLife 2019 (8), 48429, 2019
192019
Chasing the first high: Memory sampling in drug choice
AM Bornstein, H Pickard
Neuropsychopharmacology 45 (6), 907-915, 2020
152020
A common deliberative process underlies model-based planning and patient intertemporal choice
LE Hunter, AM Bornstein, CA Hartley
bioRxiv, 499707, 2018
15*2018
Perceptual decisions result from the continuous accumulation of memory and sensory evidence
AM Bornstein, M Aly, S Feng, NB Turk-Browne, KA Norman, JD Cohen
bioRxiv, 186817, 2017
11*2017
Mixing memory and desire: How memory reactivation supports deliberative decision-making.
S Wang, SF Feng, AM Bornstein
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews in Cognitive Science, e1581, 2021
9*2021
The Hard Problem of Fairness
AM Bornstein
Nautilus, 2017
9*2017
Goal-Directed Decision Making: Computations and Neural Circuits
RW Morris, AM Bornstein, A Shenhav
Elsevier 1, 1-484, 2018
72018
Humans can navigate complex graph structures acquired during latent learning
M Rmus, H Ritz, LE Hunter, AM Bornstein, A Shenhav
Cognition 225, 105103, 2022
5*2022
Enhanced motion perception as a psychophysical marker for autism?
P Wallisch, AM Bornstein
The Journal of Neuroscience 33 (37), 14631-14632, 2013
52013
Neural Networks and Classification and Regression Trees Are Able to Distinguish Females with Major Depression from Healthy Controls Using Neuroimaging Data
A Floares, A Jakary, A Bornstein, R Deicken
2006 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 4605-4611, 2006
3*2006
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