Research in our laboratory brings together two relatively new and rapidly expanding areas of neuroscience: social neuroscience and affective neuroscience. We use functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), in conjunction with physiological, behavioral and self-report measures to study the neural foundations of cognitive, affective, and personality processes in individual decision making and social interactions. Following an interdisciplinary ap .....
Michigan State University, Department of Psychology
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