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Kirsch, L., Snagg, A., Heerey, E. & Cross, E. (2016). The impact of experience on affective responses during action observation. PLoS ONE, 11(5):e0154681.

Lui, S., Shi, Y., Li, Z., Liu, A., Chan, C., Tsui, C., Leung, M., Chiu, W., Wong, P., Tsang, C., Wang, Y., Yan, C., Cheung, E., Heerey, E., & Chan, R. (2016). Affective experience and motivated behavior in schizophrenia spectrum disorders: Evidence from clinical and nonclinical samples. Neuropsychology, 30(6), 673-684.

Lui, S., Liu, A., Chui, W., Li, Z., Geng, F., Wang, Y., Heerey, E., Cheung, E. & Chan, R. (2016). The nature of anhedonia and avolition in patients with first-episode schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine, 46, 1-11.

Heerey, E. (2015). Decoding the dyad: Challenges in the study of individual differences in social behaviour. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24, 285-291.

Lancaster, T., Heerey, E., Mantripragada, K. & Linden, D. (2015). Replication study implicates COMT val158met polymorphism as a modulator of probabilistic reward learning. Genes, Brain, Behavior, 14, 486-492.

Lancaster, T., Heerey, E., Mantripragada, K. & Linden, D. (2014). CACNA1C risk variant affects reward responsiveness in healthy individuals. Translational Psychiatry, 4, 1-6.

Heerey, E. (2014). Learning from social rewards predicts individual differences in social ability. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143, 332-339.

Shore, D. & Heerey, E. (2013). Do social utility judgments influence attentional processing? Cognition, 129, 114-122.

Heerey, E. & Crossley, H. (2013). Predictive and reactive mechanisms in smile reciprocity. Psychological Science, 24, 986-992.

Lancaster, T., Linden, D. & Heerey, E. (2012). COMT val158met predicts reward-responsiveness in humans. Genes, Brain, Behavior, 11, 986-992.

Shore, D. & Heerey, E. (2011). The value of genuine and polite smiles. Emotion, 11, 169-174.

Heerey, E., Matveeva, T. & Gold, J. (2011). Imagining the future: Degraded representations of future rewards in schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 120, 483-489.

Heerey, E. & Velani, H. (2010). Implicit learning of social predictions. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 577-581.

Gold, J., Waltz, J., Prentice, K., Morris, S. & Heerey, E. (2008). Reward Processing in Schizophrenia: A Deficit in the Representation of Value. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 34, 835-847.

Heerey, E., Bell-Warren, K., & Gold, J. (2008). Decision-making impairments in the context of intact reward-sensitivity in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry, 64, 62-69.

Morris, S. Heerey, E., Gold, J. & Holroyd, C. (2008). Learning-related changes in brain activity following errors and performance feedback in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 99, 274-285.

Heerey, E., McMahon, R., Robinson, B., & Gold, J. (2007). Delay discounting in schizophrenia. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 12, 213-221.

Heerey, E. & Gold, J. (2007). Patients with schizophrenia demonstrate dissociation between affective experience and motivated behavior.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116, 268-278.

Heerey, E. & Kring, A (2007). Interpersonal consequences of social anxiety. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116, 125-134.

Heerey, E., Capps, L., Keltner, D. & Kring, A. (2005). Understanding teasing: lessons from children with autism. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 33, 55-68.

Heerey, E., Keltner, D., & Capps. L. (2003). Making sense of self-conscious emotion: Linking theory of mind and feeling in children with autism. Emotion, 3, 394-400.

Beer, J., Heerey, E., Keltner, D., Scabini, D., & Knight, R. (2003). The regulatory function of self-conscious emotion: Insights from patients with orbitofrontal damage. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 85, 594-604.

Keltner, D., Capps, L., Kring, A., Young, R., & Heerey, E. (2001). Just teasing: A conceptual and empirical review. Psychological Bulletin, 127, 229-248.

Keltner, D., Young, R., Heerey, E., Oemig, C., & Monarch, N. (1998). Teasing in hierarchical and intimate relations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 1231-1247.


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