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Bernhardt, Nadine; Obst, Elisabeth; Nebe, Stephan; Pooseh, Shakoor; Wurst, Friedrich M; Weinmann, Wolfgang; Smolka, Michael N; Zimmermann, Ulrich S (2019). Acute alcohol effects on impulsive choice in adolescents. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 33(3):316-325.

Nebe, Stephan; Kroemer, Nils B; Schad, Daniel J; Bernhardt, Nadine; Sebold, Miriam; Müller, Dirk K; Scholl, Lucie; Kuitunen-Paul, Sören; Heinz, Andreas; Rapp, Michael A; Huys, Quentin J.M; Smolka, Michael N (2018). No association of goal-directed and habitual control with alcohol consumption in young adults. Addiction Biology, 23(1):379-393.

Sebold, Miriam; Nebe, Stephan; Garbusow, Maria; Guggenmos, Matthias; Schad, Daniel J; Beck, Anne; Kuitunen-Paul, Soeren; Sommer, Christian; Frank, Robin; Neu, Peter; Zimmermann, Ulrich S; Rapp, Michael A; Smolka, Michael N; Huys, Quentin J M; Schlagenhauf, Florian; Heinz, Andreas (2017). When habits are dangerous: alcohol expectancies and habitual decision making predict relapse in alcohol dependence. Biological Psychiatry, 82(11):847-856.

Sebold, Miriam; Schad, Daniel J; Nebe, Stephan; Garbusow, Maria; Jünger, Elisabeth; Kroemer, Nils B; Kathmann, Norbert; Zimmermann, Ulrich S; Smolka, Michael N; Rapp, Michael A; Heinz, Andreas; Huys, Quentin J M (2016). Don't think, just feel the music: individuals with strong Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer effects rely less on model-based reinforcement learning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28(7):985-995.

Garbusow, Maria; Schad, Daniel J; Sebold, Miriam; Friedel, Eva; Bernhardt, Nadine; Koch, Stefan P; Steinacher, Bruno; Kathmann, Norbert; Geurts, Dirk E M; Sommer, Christian; Müller, Dirk; Nebe, Stephan; Paul, Sören; Wittchen, Hans-Ulrich; Zimmermann, Ulrich S; Walter, Henrik; Smolka, Michael N; Sterzer, Philipp; Rapp, Michael A; Huys, Quentin J M; Schlagenhauf, Florian; Heinz, Andreas (2016). Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer effects in the nucleus accumbens relate to relapse in alcohol dependence. Addiction Biology, 21(3):719-731.

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