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Preprints

Robust mixture modeling reveals category-free selectivity in reward region neuronal ensembles
Tommy C. Blanchard, Steven T. Piantadosi, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
bioRxiv (2016) PDFhtml

Control without controllers: towards a distributed neuroscience of executive control
Ben Eisenreich, Rei Akaishi, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
bioRxiv (2016) PDF html

Shared roles of dorsal and subgenual anterior cingulate cortices in economic decisions
Habiba Azab and Benjamin Y. Hayden
bioRxiv (2016) PDF html


Peer-Reviewed Empirical Papers

Neuronal responses support a role for orbitofrontal cortex in cognitive set reconfiguration
Brianna J. Sleezer, Giuliana Loconte, Meghan D. Castagno, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
European Journal of Neuroscience (2017) . preprint

Evidence for the speed-value trade-off: human and monkey decision making is magnitude sensitive
Angelo Pirrone, Habiba Azab, Benjamin Hayden, Tom Stafford, and James Marshall
Decision (2017) . PDF

Rule encoding in orbitofrontal cortex and striatum guides action selection
Brianna J. Sleezer, Meghan D. Castagno, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Journal of Neuroscience (2016) In press. preprint

Differential contributions of ventral and dorsal striatum to early and late phases of cognitive set reconfiguration.
Brianna J. Sleezer and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2016) In press. preprint

Neuronal selectivity for spatial position of offers and choices in five reward regions
Caleb E. Strait, Brianna J. Sleezer, Tommy C. Blanchard, Habiba Azab, Meghan D. Castagno, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
J. Neurophys (2016) In press. PDF

Ramping ensemble activity in dorsal anterior cingulate cortex during persistent commitment to a decision
Tommy C. Blanchard, Caleb E. Strait, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
J. Neurophys (2015) HTMLPDF

The experience-description gap in risky choice in nonhuman primates
Sarah R. Heilbronner and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Psychonomic Bulletin and Review (2015) PDF

Utility-free heuristic models of two-option choice can mimic predictions of utility-stage models under many conditions
Steven T. Piantadosi and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience (2015) HTML PDF

Signatures of value comparison in ventral striatum neurons
Caleb E. Strait, Brianna J. Sleezer, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
PLoS Biology. (2015).HTML PDF Primer by Stott and Redish

Monkeys are more patient in a foraging task than in a standard intertemporal choice task
Tommy C. Blanchard and Benjamin Y. Hayden
PLoS One. (2015) HTML PDF

Orbitofrontal cortex uses distinct codes for different choice attributes in decisions motivated by curiosity
Tommy C. Blanchard, Benjamin Y. Hayden*, Ethan S. Bromberg-Martin* (co-Senior authors)
Neuron. (2015). PDF SUPP Video Abstract

Extraneous color affects female macaques' gaze preference for photographs of male conspecifics
Kelly D. Hughes, James P. Higham, Will Allen, Andrew J. Elliot, Benjamin Y. Hayden
Evolution and Human Behavior. (2014). PDF HTML data

Hot hand bias in rhesus monkeys
Tommy C., Blanchard, Andreas Wilke, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition (2014). In press. PDF HTML NYT

Reward value comparison via mutual inhibition in ventromedial prefrontal cortex
Caleb E. Strait, Tommy C., Blanchard, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Neuron (2014). Vol. 82 no. 6, 1357-1366. PDF SUPP HTML PREVIEW

Neurons in dorsal anterior cingulate cortex signal post-decisional variables in a foraging task
Tommy C. Blanchard and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Journal of Neuroscience (2014). Vol. 34, no. 2 646-655. PDFHTML

Preferences for skewed gambles in rhesus monkeys
Caleb E. Strait and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Biology Letters (2013). Vol. 9, no. 6. PDF SUPP HTML data

Biases in preferences for sequences of outcomes in monkeys
Tommy C. Blanchard, Lauren S. Wolfe, Ivo Vlaev, Joel S. Winston, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Cognition. Vol. 130, no. 3, 289-299. PDF HTML

Postreward delays and systematic biases in measures of animal temporal discounting
Tommy C. Blanchard, John M. Pearson, and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2013). PDF SUPP HTML

Neurotree: A collaborative, graphical database of the academic genealogy of neuroscience
Stephen V. David and Benjamin Y. Hayden
PLoS ONE (2012). In press. PMCID: 3465338. PDF HTML

Decision salience signals in posterior cingulate cortex
Sarah R. Heilbronner, Benjamin Y. Hayden, and Michael L. Platt
Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience (2011) Vol. 5, article 55. PDF HTML

Neuronal basis of sequential foraging decisions in a patchy environment
Benjamin Y. Hayden, John M. Pearson, and Michael L. Platt
Nature Neuroscience (2011) Vol. 14(7) p. 933-941. PDF HTML

Surprise signals in anterior cingulate cortex: neuronal encoding of unsigned reward prediction errors driving adjustments in behavior
Benjamin Y. Hayden, Sarah R. Heilbronner, John M. Pearson, and Michael L. Platt
Journal of Neuroscience (2011) Vol. 31(11) 4178-87. PDF HTML

Explicit information reduces discounting behavior in monkeys
John M. Pearson, Benjamin Y. Hayden, and Michael L. Platt
Frontiers in Comparative Psychology (2010) Vol. 1, article 237. PDF HTML

Cognitive control signals in posterior cingulate cortex
Benjamin Y. Hayden, David V. Smith, and Michael L. Platt
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2010) Vol. 4, article 223. PDF HTML

Ambiguity Aversion in Rhesus Macaques
Benjamin Y. Hayden, Sarah R. Heilbronner, and Michael L. Platt
Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience (2010) Vol. 30, p 3339-3346. PDF HTML

Neurons in anterior cingulate cortex multiplex information about reward and action
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt
Journal of Neuroscience(2010) doi:10.3389. PDF HTML

Distinct value signals in anterior and posterior ventromedial prefrontal cortex
David V. Smith, Benjamin Y. Hayden, Trong-Kha Truong, Allen Song, Michael L. Platt, and Scott A. Huettel
Journal of Neuroscience (2010) Vol. 30, p 2490-2495. PDF HTML

Neurons in posterior cingulate cortex signal exploratory decisions in a dynamic multi-option choice task
John M. Pearson, Benjamin Y. Hayden, Sridhar Raghavachari, and Michael L. Platt
Current Biology (2009) Vol 19, no. 18, p 1532-1537. PDF HTML

The mean, the median, and the St. Petersburg Paradox
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt
Judgment and Decision-making (2009) Vol 4, no. 4, p 256-273. PDF HTML

Fictive learning signals in anterior cingulate cortex
Benjamin Y. Hayden, John M. Pearson, and Michael L. Platt
Science (2009) Vol. 324, no. 5929, p 948-950. PDF HTML VIDEO PRESS

Electrophysiological correlates of default-mode processing in macaque posterior cingulate cortex
Benjamin Y. Hayden, David V. Smith, and Michael L. Platt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2009) Vol. 106 no. 14, p. 5948-5953.PDF SUPP HTML

Gambling for Gatorade: risk-sensitive decision making for fluid rewards in humans
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt
Animal Cognition (2009) Vol. 12:1 PDF HTML

Posterior cingulate cortex mediates outcome-contingent allocation of behavior
Benjamin Y. Hayden, Amrita C. Nair, Allison N. McCoy, and Michael L. Platt
Neuron (2008) Vol. 60, pages 19-25 PDF SUPP HTML

Combined effects of spatial and feature-based attention on responses of V4 neurons
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Jack L. Gallant
Vision Research (2008) doi:10.1016/j.visres.2008.06.011 PDF HTML

Attention to stimulus features shifts spectral tuning of V4 neurons during natural vision
Stephen V. David, Benjamin Y. Hayden, James A. Mazer, and Jack L. Gallant
Neuron (2008) Vol 59, 3, pp 509-521. PDF

Cognitive influences on risk-seeking by rhesus macaques
Benjamin Y. Hayden, Sarah R. Heilbronner, Amrita C. Nair, and Michael L. Platt
Judgment and Decision Making (2008) Vol 3, No. 5, pp. 389-395. PDF HTML

Economic principles motivating social attention in humans
Benjamin Y. Hayden, Purak C. Parikh, Robert O. Deaner, and Michael L. Platt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B (2007) Vol. 274:1619, pp 1751-1756 PDF HTML

Temporal discounting predicts risk sensitivity in rhesus macaques
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt
Current Biology (2007), Vol. 17:1, pp 49-53 PDF SUPP HTML

Spectral receptive field properties explain shape selectivity in area V4
Stephen V. David, Benjamin Y. Hayden, Jack L. Gallant
Journal of Neurophysiology (2006) Vol. 96, p 3492-3505 PDF HTML

Timecourse of attention reveals different mechanisms for spatial and feature-based attention in area V4
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Jack L. Gallant
Neuron (2005), Vol 47, pp 1-7 PDF HTMLVIDEO

Temporal specificity in the cortical plasticity of visual space representation
Yu-Xi Fu, Kai Djupsund, Hongfeng Gao, Benjamin Y. Hayden, Kai Shen, and Yang Dan
Science (2002), Vol 296, p 1999-2003PDFHTML


Reviews, Previews, and Commentaries

A distributed, hierarchical, and recurrent framework for reward-based choice
Laurence T. Hunt and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2017
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Choice-induced preference: a challenge for contrast
Benjamin Eisenreich and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Animal Sentience, 2017
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Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex: a Rorschach test for cognitive neuroscience
R. Becket Ebitz and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Nature Neuroscience, 2016
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A spotlight on reward
Rei Akaishi and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Neuron, 2016
PDF html

Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex: a bottom-up view
Sarah R. Heilbronner and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Annual Review in Neuroscience (2016). In press. proof HTML

Neuroscience and psychology of curiosity
Celeste Kidd and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Neuron (2015). In press. PDF HTML

The Foraging Brain
Adam J. Calhoun and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. (2015). In press. final draft

Time discounting and time preference in animals: a critical review
Benjamin Y. Hayden
Psychonomic Bulletin and Review (2015) PDF HTML

All that glitters is not reward signal
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Sarah R. Heilbronner
Nature Neuroscience (2014). Vol. 17, no. 9. PDF HTML

Neuroscience of foraging
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Mark E. Walton
Frontiers in Neuroscience (2014). Vol. 8, no. 81. PDF HTML

Contextual Factors Explain Risk-Seeking Preferences in Rhesus Monkeys
Sarah R. Heilbronner and Benjamin Y. Hayden
Frontiers in Neuroscience (2013). Vol. 5, article 7. PDF HTML

Emerging, reemerging, and forgotten brain areas of the reward circuit: notes from the 2010 Motivational and Neural Networks Conference
Vincent B McGinty, Benjamin Y Hayden, Sarah R Heilbronner, Eric C Dumont, Steven M Graves, Martine M Mirrione, Johann du Hoffman, Gregory C Sartor, Rodrigo A Espana, E. Zayra Millan, Alexandra G DiFeliceantonio, Nathan J Marchant, T. Celeste Napier, David H Root, Stephanie L Borgland, Michael T Treadway, Stan B Floresco, Jacqueline F McGinty, Suzanne Haber, PhD
Behavioral Brain Research (2011) vol. 225 (1), p 348-357. PDF HTML

Learning: not just the facts, maam, but the counterfactuals as well
Michael L. Platt and Benjamin Y. Hayden
PLoS Biology (2011) vol 9 (6) e1001092. PDF HTML

Posterior Cingulate Cortex: Adapting Behavior to a Changing World
John M. Pearson, Sarah R. Heilbronner, David L. Barack, Benjamin Y. Hayden, and Michael L. Platt
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2011) Vol 15 (4) p. 143-151. PDF HTML

A Role for Posterior Cingulate Cortex in Policy Switching and Cognitive Control
John M. Pearson, Benjamin Y. Hayden, and Michael L. Platt
Motivation and Cognitive Control edited volume HTML

On the difficulties of integrating evidence from fMRI and electrophysiology in cognitive neuroscience
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt
In Decision Making, Affect, and Learning: Attention and Performance XIII
edited by Delgado MR, Phelps EA, Robbins TW PDF

Neuroethology of Vision
Benjamin Y. Hayden
In Primate Neuroethology
edited by Platt and Ghazanfar HTML

Cingulate Cortex
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt
Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 4th edition PDF

Neuroeconomics of risk-sensitive decision-making
Sarah R. Heilbronner, Benjamin Y. Hayden, and Michael L. Platt
In Impulsivity: Theory, Science, and Neuroscience of Discounting
edited by Madden, Bickel, and Critchfield

Animal Cognition: Great Apes Wait for Grapes
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt Current Biology, Vol 17 No 21 Oct 9 2007. PDF HTML

Fool me once, shame on me - fool me twice, blame the ACC
Benjamin Y. Hayden and Michael L. Platt
Nature Neuroscience 9, 857-859 (Jul 1 2006) PDF HTML


Coverage

Short article from Science's Netwatch about Neurotree PDF HTML

Let it Ride: the neuroscience of risk
John Pearson
Duke Magazine, Nov-Dec 2008 PDF HTML








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