Publications


  1. Rees, L., Safi, R., & Lim, S.L. (in press). How much will you share? Exploring attitudinal and behavioral nudges in online private information sharing in organizations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.
  2. Lee, J.S, Lim, S.L., & Lee, D. (in press). Sharing joy increases joy: Group membership modulates emotional perception of facial expressions.  Emotion.
  3. Ha, O.R., Bruce, A.S., Killian, H., Davis, A.M., & Lim, S.L. (2021). Shared dynamics of food decision-making in mother-child dyads. Frontiers in Psychology, 12: 695388. link
  4. Killian, H.J., Lim, S.L., Bruce, J.M., & Ha, O.R. (2021). Social rejection influences prosocial sharing decision-making in inequity contexts. Current Psychology, 235link
  5. Serrano-Gonzalez, M., Herting, M., Lim, S.L., Sullivan, N., Kim, R., Espinoza, J., Koppin, C.M., Javier, J.R., Kim, M., & Luo, S. (2021). Developmental changes in food perception and preference. Frontiers in Psychology, 12: 6564200. link  
  6. Ha, O.R., Killian, H.J., Davis, A., Lim, S.L., Bruce, J.M., Sotos, J., Nelson, S., & Bruce, A.S. (2020). Promoting resilience to food commercials decreases susceptibility to unhealthy food decision-making. Frontiers in Psychology, 11:599663. link
  7. Lim, S.L., Martin, L.E., & Catley, D. (2020). Trial-by-trial fluctuations in brain responses to stress predict subsequent smoking decisions that occur several second later. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 5, 1019-1027link
  8. Ha, O.R., Lim, S.L.+, & Bruce, A.S. (2020). Neural mechanisms of food decision-making in children. Current Nutrition Reports, 9, 236-250(+ Co-first author)link
  9. Ha, O.R.,  Lim, S.L., Bruce, J.M., & Bruce, A.S. (2019). Unhealthy foods taste better in children with lower self-control. Appetite, 139, 84-89. link 
  10. Bruce, J.M., Bruce, A.S., Lynch, S., Thelen, J.M., Lim, S.L., Smith, J., Catley, D., & Jarmolowicz, D.P. (2018). Probability discounting of treatment decisions in multiple sclerosis: Associations with disease knowledge, neuropsychiatric status, and adherence. Psychopharmacology, 235, 3303-3313. link
  11. 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, 9:1293. link
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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  
  15. 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
  16. 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 
  17. Oh, Y.*, Hass, N.C.*, & Lim, S.L. (2016). Body weight can change how your emotions are perceived. PLoS ONE, 11: e0166753. link 
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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 
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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 
  24. 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
  25. 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  
  26. 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  
  27. 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  
  28. 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 
  29. 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 
  30. Weston, T.D.*, Hass, N.C.*, & Lim, S.L. (2015). The effect of sad facial expressions on weight judgmentFrontiers in Psychology, 6:417. link 
  31. 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
  32. Lim, S.L.,  &  Bruce, A.S. (2015). Can't wait to lose weight? Characterizing temporal discounting parameters for weight-lossAppetite, 85, 8-13. link
  33. 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
  34. 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 
  35. Lim, S.L., O’Doherty, J. P., & Rangel, A. (2011). The decision value computations in the vmPFC and striatum utilize a relative value code that is guided by visual attention. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(37), 13214-13223. link 
  36. 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 
  37. 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
  38. 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
  39. 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 
  40. Lim, S.L., Padmala, S., & Pessoa, L. (2008). Affective learning modulates spatial competition during low-load attentional conditions, Neuropsychologia, 46(5), 1267-1278. link
  41. Lim, S.L. & Pessoa, L. (2008). Affective learning increases sensitivity to graded emotional faces. Emotion, 8(1), 96-103. link 
  42. 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 
  43. 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
  44. 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 
  45. 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. 
  46. 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. link
  47. 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.
  48. 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.
  49. 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. 
  50. 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. 
  51. 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. 
  52. 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 

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