[SANS 2021] Yi et al., The Face Value of Feedback: Facial Behaviour is shaped by goals and punishment in interactive dyads

Yi, J., Pärnamets, P., & Olsson, A. (April, 2021). The Face Value of Feedback: Facial Behaviour is shaped by goals and punishment in interactive dyads. Annual Meeting of The Social and Affective Neuroscience Society. A Virtual Event.

[SfN 2021] Müllner-Huber et al., Hypnotic suggestions provide evidence for a causal role of affect sharing in driving observational fear learning

Müllner-Huber, A., Anton-Boicuk, L., Pronizius, E., Lengersdorff, L., Olsson, A., & Lamm, C. (2021, Jan) Hypnotic suggestions provide evidence for a causal role of affect sharing in driving observational fear learning. Society for Neuroscience – Global Connectome: A Virtual Event. (PDF)

[SPSAN 2018] Undeger et al., Neural patterns formation via expectancy violations during learning from intentional threat

Undeger, I., Visser, R. M., Golkar, A., & Olsson, A. (2018, August) Neural patterns formation via expectancy violations during learning from intentional threat. Sao Paulo School of Advanced Science on Social and Affective Neuroscience, Sao Paulo, Brazil. (PDF)

[MEG Nord 2018] Hensler et al., The influence of observational fear learning on emotional responses and neural stimulus representations

Hensler, T., Kaiser, D., Cichy, R. M., Lundqvist, D.,* & Olsson, A.* (2018, May) The influence of observational fear learning on neural responses to visual stimuli. MEG Nord, Stockholm, Sweden (* = equal contributions). (PDF)

[SANS 2017] Pärnamets et al., Computational mechanisms underlying moral choices’ adjustment ot descriptive norms.

Pärnamets, P., Lindström, B., Jangard, S., & Olsson, A. (2017, March) Computational mechanisms underlying moral choices’ adjustment of descriptive norms. Social & Affective Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. (PDF)

[SANS 2016] Haaker et al., Blockade of endogenous opioids enhances observational fear learning via teaching signals in the amygdala and PAG

Haaker, J., Yi, J., & Olsson, A. (2016, April) Blockade of endogenous opioids enhances observational fear learning via teaching signals in the amygdala and PAG. Social & Affective Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

[HBM 2015] Molapour et al., Neural correlates of biased social fear learning and interaction in an intergroup context

Molapour, T., Golkar, A., Navarrete, C., Haaker, J., & Olsson, A. (2015, June) Neural correlates of biased social fear learning and interaction in an intergroup context. 21st Annual meeting of the organization for human brain mapping, Honolulu, HI. (PDF)

 

[CNS 2013] Molapour et al., Brain responses during extinction of learned fear to racial in-group and out-group faces

Molapour, T., Golkar, A., Navarrete, C., Hjort, O., & Olsson, A. (2013, April). Brain responses during extinction of learned fear to racial in-group and out-group faces. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, San Fransisco, CA. (PDF)

[SANS 2012] Nilsonne et al., Effect of the benzodiazepine agonist oxazepam on psychophysiological and self-reported indices of empathy

Nilsonne, G., Tamm, S., Golkar, A., Olsson, A., Ingvar, M., & Petrovic, P. (2012, April). Effect of the benzodiazepine agonist oxazepam on psychophysiological and self-reported indices of empathy. 5th Annual Meeting of the Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, New York, NY.

[CNS 2012] Lindström et al., Activity in the corrugator supercilii muscle as a novel index of punishment-guided cognitive control

Lindström, B. R., Berglund Mattsson-Marn, I., Golkar, A., & Olsson, A. (2012, March). Activity in the corrugator supercilii muscle as a novel index of punishment-guided cognitive control. Annual Meeting of Cognitive Neuroscience, Chicago, IL. (PDF)

[SPR 2009] Fürth et al., Learning to fear others through pavlovian conditioning and social punishment

Furth, D., Andersson, E., Golkar, A., Lonsdorf, T., Derbsch, M., Öhman, A., & Olsson, A. (2009, October). Learning to fear others through pavlovian conditioning and social punishment. 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Berlin, Germany.