1. Ha, O.R., Kilian H., Bruce, J.M., Lim, S.L., & Bruce, A.S. (2018). Food advertising literacy training reduces the importance of taste in children’s food decision-making – A pilot study. Frontiers in Psychology. link
  2. Bruce, J.M., Jarmolowicz, D.P., Lynch, S., Thelen, J.M., Lim, S.L., Smith, J., Catley, D., & Jarmolowicz, D.P., & Bruce, A.S. (2018). How patients with multiple sclerosis weight treatment risks and benefits. Health Psychology, 37, 680-690. link
  3. Abidi, M., Bruce, J.M., Le Blanche, A., Bruce, A.S., Jarmolowicz, D.P., Csillik A., Thai, J., Lim, S.L., de Marco, G. (2018). Neural mechanisms associated with treatment decision making: An fMRI study. Behavioral Brain Research, 349, 54-62. link
  4. Lim, S.L., Penrod, M.T.*, Ha, O.R., Bruce, J.M., & Bruce, A.S. (2018). Calorie labeling promotes dietary self-control by shifting the temporal dynamics of health and taste attribute integration in overweight individuals. Psychological Science, 29(3), 447-462. link      
  5. Jarmolowicz, D., Bruce, A.S., Glusman, M., Lim, S.L., Lynch, S., Thelen, J.M., Catley, D., Zeiber, N.R., Reed, D.D., Bruce, J.M. (2017). On how patients with multiple sclerosis weigh side effect severity and treatment efficacy when making treatment decisions. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 25(6), 479-484. link
  6. Hass, N.C.* & Lim, S.L. (2017). Negative mood impacts the relationship between explicit and implicit age-related attitudes. North American Journal of Psychology, 19(2), 339-358. linkPDF 
  7. Oh, Y.*, Hass, N.C.*, & Lim, S.L. (2016). Body weight can change how your emotions are perceived. PLoS ONE, 11: e0166753. link 
  8. Jarmolowicz, D.P., Reed, D.D., Bruce, A.S., Catley, D., Lynch, S., Goggin, K., Lim, S.L., Strober, L., Glusman, M., Ness, A.R., & Bruce, J.M. (2016). Using EP50 to forecast treatment adherence in individuals with multiple sclerosis. Behavioral Processes, 132, 94-99. link
  9. Bruce, A.S., Pruitt, S.W., Ha, O.R., Smith, T.R., Cherry, J.B.C., Bruce, J.M, & Lim, S.L. (2016). The influence of televised food commercials on children’s food choices: Evidence from the ventromedial prefrontal cortex activations. Journal of Pediatrics, 177, 27-32. link
  10. Harris, A. & Lim, S.L. (2016). Temporal dynamics of sensorimotor networks in effort-based cost-benefit valuation: Early emergence and late net value integration. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(27), 7167-7183. link
  11. Ha, O.R., Bruce, A.S., Pruitt, S.W., Smith, R., Burkart, D., Cherry, J.B.C., Bruce, J.M., & Lim, S.L. (2016). Healthy-eating decisions require efficient dietary self-control in children: A mouse-tracking food decision study. Appetite, 105, 575-581. link
  12. Choi, K.M.*, Scott, D.T.*, & Lim, S.L. (2016). The modulating effects of brain stimulation on emotion regulation and decision-makingNeuropsychiatric Electrophysiology, 2:4link
  13. Lim, S.L.,  Cherry, J.B.C., Davis, A.M., Balakrishnan, S.N., Ha, O.R., Bruce, J.M., & Bruce, A.S. (2016). The child brain computes and utilizes internalized maternal choices. Nature Communications, 7:11700. link
  14. Hass, N.C.*Weston, T.D.*, & Lim, S.L. (2016). Be happy not sad for your youth: The effects of facial expression on age perception. PLoS One, 11(3): e0152093. link
  15. Bruce, J.M., Bruce, A.S., Catley, D., Lynch, S., Goggin, K., Reed, D., Lim, S.L., Strober, L., Glusman, M., Ness, A.B., & Jarmolowicz, D. (2016). Being kind to your future self: Probability discounting of health decision-making. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 50(2), 297-309link 
  16. Francisco, A.J., Bruce, A.S., Crespi, J.M., Lusk, J.L., McFadden, B., Bruce, J.M., Aupperle, R.L., & Lim, S.L. (2015). Are consumers as constrained as hens are confined? Brain activations and behavioral choices after informational influence. Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, 13, 113-119. link
  17. Hass, N.C.*, Schneider, E.J.*, & Lim, S.L. (2015). Emotional expressions of old faces are perceived as more positive and less negative than young faces in young adults. Frontiers in Psychology. 6:1276. link  
  18. Bruce, A.S., Cherry, J.B.C., Lim, S.L., Black, W.R., Davis, A.M., & Bruce, J.M. (2015). Apples or candy? Internal and external influences on children’s food choicesAppetite. 93:31-34 link  
  19. Cherry, J.B.C., Bruce, J.M., Lusk, J.L., Crespi, J.M., Lim, S.L., & Bruce, A.S. (2015) Neurofunctional correlates of ethical, food-related decision-making. PLoS One, 10(4): e0120541. link
  20. Weston, T.D.*, Hass, N.C.*, & Lim, S.L. (2015). The effect of sad facial expressions on weight judgmentFrontiers in Psychology, 6:417. link
  21. Lim, S.L. &  Bruce, A.S. (2015). Prospect theory and body mass: Characterizing psychological parameters for weight-related risk attitudes and weight-gain aversionFrontiers in Psychology, 6:330. link
  22. Lim, S.L. &  Bruce, A.S. (2015). Can't wait to lose weight? Characterizing temporal discounting parameters for weight-lossAppetite, 85, 8-13. link 
  23. Lim, S.L., Bruce, A.S., & Aupperle, R.L. (2014). The influence of a working memory task on affective perception of facial expressions. PLoS One 9(10): e111074. link 
  24. Lim, S.L., O’Doherty, J. P., & Rangel, A. (2013). Stimulus value signals in vmPFC reflect the integration of attribute signals computed in fusiform gyrus and posterior superior temporal gyrus. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(30), 8729-8741. link 
  25. Lim, S.L., O’Doherty, J. P., & Rangel, A. (2011). The decision value computation in the vmPFC and striatum utilize a relative value code that is guided by visual attention. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(37), 13214-13223. link 
  26. Padmala, S., Lim, S.L., & Pessoa, L. (2010). Pulvinar and affective significance: Responses track moment -to-moment stimulus visibility. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4: 64. link 
  27. Lim, S.L., Padmala, S., & Pessoa, L. (2009). Segregating the significant from the mundane on a moment-to-moment basis: Direct and indirect shaping of perceptual experience by the amygdala. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(39), 16841-16846. link
  28. Lee, T.H, Lim S.L., Lee, K.Y., & Choi, J.S. (2009). Facilitation of visual processing by masked presentation of a conditioned facial stimulus. NeuroReport, 20(8), 750-754. link
  29. Lee, T.H, Lim S.L.+, Lee, K., Kim, H.T., & Choi, J.S. (2009). Conditioning-induced attentional bias for face stimuli measured with the emotional Stroop task. Emotion, 9(1), 134-139. (+ Co-first author) link 
  30. Lim, S.L., Padmala, S., & Pessoa, L. (2008). Affective learning modulates spatial competition during low-load attentional conditions, Neuropsychologia, 46(5), 1267-1278. link
  31. Lim, S.L. & Pessoa, L. (2008). Affective learning increases sensitivity to graded emotional faces. Emotion, 8(1), 96-103. link 
  32. Hahm, J, Lee, K, Lim, S.L., Kim, S.Y., Kim, H.T., & Lee, J.H. (2007). Effects of active navigation on object recognition in virtual environments. Cyber Psychology & Behavior, 10 (2), 305-308. link 
  33. Lim, S.L. & Kim, J.H. (2005). Cognitive processing for emotional information in depression, panic, and somatoform disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114 (1), 50-61. link
  34. Chi, S.E., Park, C.B., Lim, S.L., Park, E.H., Chung, M.S., Lee, J.Y., Lee, Y.H., & Kim, H.T. (2005). Evaluation of Eysenck’s PEN model: A reconsideration based on the Robinson’s view on brain oscillatory systems. Personality and Individual Differences, 39(3), 669-681. link 
  35. Lee, S.Y., Lim, S.L., Hong, S.H., Lee, D.S., & Kim, J.H. (2003). Dysfunctional beliefs of tinnitus patients who suffer from depression. Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology, 22 (4), 709-723. 
  36. Kim, J.H., Lee, S.Y., Kim, C.H., Lim, S.L., Shin, J., Chung, W.H., Yu, B.H., & Hong, S.H. (2002). Reliability and validity of a Korean adaptation of the tinnitus handicap inventory. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology, 45, 328-334.
  37. Lim, S.L. & Kim, J.H. (2002). Evaluation of catastrophizing and its clinical application: A standardization study of Korean anxious thoughts and tendencies scale. Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology, 21(1), 189-206.
  38. Lim, S.L. & Kim, J.H. (2002). SOM Model (states of mind) of cognitive balance between positive and negative thoughts: In a normal adult sample. Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology, 21(1), 125-146.
  39. Lim, S.L. & Kim, J.H. (2002). SOM Model (states of mind) for emotional judgments: Asymmetry between positive and negative information. Korean Journal of Science of Emotion and Sensibility, 4 (2), 69-77. 
  40. Kim, J.H., Lim, S.L., & Lee, D.S. (2001). Personality and job stress: Focusing on the comparison between autonomy and sociotropy. Journal of Korean Neuropsychiatry, 40(5), 813-823. 
  41. Lim, S.L., Kim, J.H., Lee, D.S., & Kim, E. (2000). Women’s job stress, coping resources and mental health: In the sample of female office workers in a general hospital. Journal of Korean Neuropsychiatry, 39(6), 999-1009. 
  42. Lim, S.L. & Kwon, J.H. (1998). The effect of depressive symptoms on marital communication. Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology, 17(2), 17-31.
* L.L.ANN student/postdoc authors