Evan M. Russek
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The successor representation in human reinforcement learning
I Momennejad, EM Russek, JH Cheong, MM Botvinick, ND Daw, ...
Nature human behaviour 1 (9), 680-692, 2017
2492017
Predictive representations can link model-based reinforcement learning to model-free mechanisms
EM Russek, I Momennejad, MM Botvinick, SJ Gershman, ND Daw
PLoS computational biology 13 (9), e1005768, 2017
2142017
Disengaging punishment avoidance is difficult for humans
PB Sharp, EM Russek, Q Huys, RJ Dolan, E Eldar
PsyArXiv, 2021
12021
Selective outcome reinstatement during evaluation drives heuristics in risky choice
EM Russek, R Moran, Y Liu, RJ Dolan, QJM Huys
PsyArXiv. October 10, 2021
2021
Neural evidence for the successor representation in choice evaluation
EM Russek, I Momennejad, MM Botvinick, SJ Gershman, ND Daw
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Pavlovian Biases in Depression: From Choice to Thought and Therapy
Q Huys, IM Berwian, J Wenzel, E Russek, G Abitante, I Schnuerer, L Kühn, ...
Biological Psychiatry 87 (9), S20, 2020
2020
Opportunities for emotion and mental health research in the resource-rationality framework
EM Russek, R Moran, D McNamee, A Reiter, Y Liu, RJ Dolan, QJM Huys
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 43, 2020
2020
The successor representation in choice evaluation
EM Russek
New York University, 2018
2018
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