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A Marschner, T Mell, I Wartenburger, A Villringer, F M Reischies, H R Heekeren. Brain Res Bull 2005
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625 articles co-cited >1



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Effect of aging on stimulus-reward association learning.
T Mell, H R Heekeren, A Marschner, I Wartenburger, A Villringer, F M Reischies. Neuropsychologia 2005
92
38

Anticipation of monetary gain but not loss in healthy older adults.
Gregory R Samanez-Larkin, Sasha E B Gibbs, Kabir Khanna, Lisbeth Nielsen, Laura L Carstensen, Brian Knutson. Nat Neurosci 2007
242
34

The correlative triad among aging, dopamine, and cognition: current status and future prospects.
Lars Bäckman, Lars Nyberg, Ulman Lindenberger, Shu-Chen Li, Lars Farde. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2006
451
27

Aging affects acquisition and reversal of reward-based associative learning.
Julia A Weiler, Christian Bellebaum, Irene Daum. Learn Mem 2008
57
28

By carrot or by stick: cognitive reinforcement learning in parkinsonism.
Michael J Frank, Lauren C Seeberger, Randall C O'reilly. Science 2004
18

Ageing and early-stage Parkinson's disease affect separable neural mechanisms of mesolimbic reward processing.
Björn H Schott, Ludwig Niehaus, Bianca C Wittmann, Hartmut Schütze, Constanze I Seidenbecher, Hans-Jochen Heinze, Emrah Düzel. Brain 2007
132
18

Neuromodulation of reward-based learning and decision making in human aging.
Ben Eppinger, Dorothea Hämmerer, Shu-Chen Li. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2011
116
18

Age-related dopamine D2/D3 receptor loss in extrastriatal regions of the human brain.
V Kaasinen, H Vilkman, J Hietala, K Någren, H Helenius, H Olsson, L Farde, J Rinne. Neurobiol Aging 2000
236
17

Aging and motivated cognition: the positivity effect in attention and memory.
Mara Mather, Laura L Carstensen. Trends Cogn Sci 2005
825
17


Age-related cognitive deficits mediated by changes in the striatal dopamine system.
L Bäckman, N Ginovart, R A Dixon, T B Wahlin, A Wahlin, C Halldin, L Farde. Am J Psychiatry 2000
305
17

Learning to avoid in older age.
Michael J Frank, Lauren Kong. Psychol Aging 2008
85
17

Age-related changes in midbrain dopaminergic regulation of the human reward system.
Jean-Claude Dreher, Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Philip Kohn, Karen Faith Berman. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
130
17

Psychophysiological anticipation of positive outcomes promotes advantageous decision-making in normal older persons.
Natalie L Denburg, Emily C Recknor, Antoine Bechara, Daniel Tranel. Int J Psychophysiol 2006
85
14

Regional brain changes in aging healthy adults: general trends, individual differences and modifiers.
Naftali Raz, Ulman Lindenberger, Karen M Rodrigue, Kristen M Kennedy, Denise Head, Adrienne Williamson, Cheryl Dahle, Denis Gerstorf, James D Acker. Cereb Cortex 2005
14

Association between decline in brain dopamine activity with age and cognitive and motor impairment in healthy individuals.
N D Volkow, R C Gur, G J Wang, J S Fowler, P J Moberg, Y S Ding, R Hitzemann, G Smith, J Logan. Am J Psychiatry 1998
580
13


Risk taking during decision-making in normal volunteers changes with age.
Julia Deakin, Michael Aitken, Trevor Robbins, Barbara J Sahakian. J Int Neuropsychol Soc 2004
147
13

Older adults as adaptive decision makers: evidence from the Iowa Gambling Task.
Stacey Wood, Jerome Busemeyer, Andreas Koling, Cathy R Cox, Hasker Davis. Psychol Aging 2005
108
13


Neuroeconomics and aging: neuromodulation of economic decision making in old age.
Peter N C Mohr, Shu-Chen Li, Hauke R Heekeren. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2010
52
19

Altered function of ventral striatum during reward-based decision making in old age.
Thomas Mell, Isabell Wartenburger, Alexander Marschner, Arno Villringer, Friedel M Reischies, Hauke R Heekeren. Front Hum Neurosci 2009
71
14

Multiple reward signals in the brain.
W Schultz. Nat Rev Neurosci 2000
758
11

Anticipation of increasing monetary reward selectively recruits nucleus accumbens.
B Knutson, C M Adams, G W Fong, D Hommer. J Neurosci 2001
11

Insights into the ageing mind: a view from cognitive neuroscience.
Trey Hedden, John D E Gabrieli. Nat Rev Neurosci 2004
11

Better or worse than expected? Aging, learning, and the ERN.
Ben Eppinger, Jutta Kray, Barbara Mock, Axel Mecklinger. Neuropsychologia 2008
168
11

A neural substrate of prediction and reward.
W Schultz, P Dayan, P R Montague. Science 1997
11

Insensitivity to future consequences following damage to human prefrontal cortex.
A Bechara, A R Damasio, H Damasio, S W Anderson. Cognition 1994
11

Age, executive function, and social decision making: a dorsolateral prefrontal theory of cognitive aging.
Sarah E MacPherson, Louise H Phillips, Sergio Della Sala. Psychol Aging 2002
293
10

FMRI visualization of brain activity during a monetary incentive delay task.
B Knutson, A Westdorp, E Kaiser, D Hommer. Neuroimage 2000
762
10

Selective aging of the human cerebral cortex observed in vivo: differential vulnerability of the prefrontal gray matter.
N Raz, F M Gunning, D Head, J H Dupuis, J McQuain, S D Briggs, W J Loken, A E Thornton, J D Acker. Cereb Cortex 1997
892
10

Feedback-based versus observational classification learning in healthy aging and Parkinson's disease.
Julia Schmitt-Eliassen, Roman Ferstl, Christian Wiesner, Günther Deuschl, Karsten Witt. Brain Res 2007
31
25

A computational account of altered error processing in older age: dopamine and the error-related negativity.
Sander Nieuwenhuis, K Richard Ridderinkhof, Durk Talsma, Michael G H Coles, Clay B Holroyd, Albert Kok, Maurits W van der Molen. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci 2002
240
10

Striatal outcome processing in healthy aging.
Karin M Cox, Howard J Aizenstein, Julie A Fiez. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci 2008
34
23


Life span differences in electrophysiological correlates of monitoring gains and losses during probabilistic reinforcement learning.
Dorothea Hämmerer, Shu-Chen Li, Viktor Müller, Ulman Lindenberger. J Cogn Neurosci 2011
117
10

The neural basis of financial risk taking.
Camelia M Kuhnen, Brian Knutson. Neuron 2005
479
9

Dissociation of reward anticipation and outcome with event-related fMRI.
B Knutson, G W Fong, C M Adams, J L Varner, D Hommer. Neuroreport 2001
858
9

Teaching old rats new tricks: age-related impairments in olfactory reversal learning.
Geoffrey Schoenbaum, Summer Nugent, Michael P Saddoris, Michela Gallagher. Neurobiol Aging 2002
92
9

A voxel-based morphometric study of ageing in 465 normal adult human brains.
C D Good, I S Johnsrude, J Ashburner, R N Henson, K J Friston, R S Frackowiak. Neuroimage 2001
9

Adult age differences in learning from positive and negative probabilistic feedback.
Jessica R Simon, James H Howard, Darlene V Howard. Neuropsychology 2010
31
22

Age differences in risky choice: a meta-analysis.
Rui Mata, Anika K Josef, Gregory R Samanez-Larkin, Ralph Hertwig. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2011
164
9

Reduced sensitivity to immediate reward during decision-making in older than younger adults.
Ben Eppinger, Leigh E Nystrom, Jonathan D Cohen. PLoS One 2012
68
10

Adult age differences in frontostriatal representation of prediction error but not reward outcome.
Gregory R Samanez-Larkin, Darrell A Worthy, Rui Mata, Samuel M McClure, Brian Knutson. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci 2014
54
12


Reward-related FMRI activation of dopaminergic midbrain is associated with enhanced hippocampus-dependent long-term memory formation.
Bianca C Wittmann, Björn H Schott, Sebastian Guderian, Julietta U Frey, Hans-Jochen Heinze, Emrah Düzel. Neuron 2005
435
7

Association between age-related decline in brain dopamine activity and impairment in frontal and cingulate metabolism.
N D Volkow, J Logan, J S Fowler, G J Wang, R C Gur, C Wong, C Felder, S J Gatley, Y S Ding, R Hitzemann,[...]. Am J Psychiatry 2000
201
7

Tracking the hemodynamic responses to reward and punishment in the striatum.
M R Delgado, L E Nystrom, C Fissell, D C Noll, J A Fiez. J Neurophysiol 2000
710
7

Cortico-striatal contributions to feedback-based learning: converging data from neuroimaging and neuropsychology.
D Shohamy, C E Myers, S Grossman, J Sage, M A Gluck, R A Poldrack. Brain 2004
237
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