Keno Juechems
Keno Juechems
Junior Research Fellow, St. John's College, Experimental Psychology, Oxford
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The social side of gaming: How playing online computer games creates online and offline social support
S Trepte, L Reinecke, K Juechems
Computers in Human behavior 28 (3), 832-839, 2012
Where does value come from?
K Juechems, C Summerfield
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2019
Ventromedial prefrontal cortex encodes a latent estimate of cumulative reward
K Juechems, J Balaguer, M Ruz, C Summerfield
Neuron 93 (3), 705-714. e4, 2017
Training discrimination diminishes maladaptive avoidance of innocuous stimuli in a fear conditioning paradigm
MJJ Lommen, M Duta, K Vanbrabant, R de Jong, K Juechems, A Ehlers
PloS one 12 (10), e0184485, 2017
A network for computing value equilibrium in the human medial prefrontal cortex
K Juechems, J Balaguer, SH Castañón, M Ruz, JX O’Reilly, ...
Neuron 101 (5), 977-987. e3, 2019
Optimal utility and probability functions for agents with finite computational precision
K Juechems, J Balaguer, B Spitzer, C Summerfield
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (2), 2021
Dissociable mechanisms of information sampling in prefrontal cortex and the dopaminergic system
P Kaanders, K Juechems, J O’Reilly, L Hunt
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 41, 63-70, 2021
Inferring Actions, Intentions, and Causal Relations in a Neural Network
K Juechems, A Saxe
PsyArXiv, 2021
Rich and lazy learning of task representations in brains and neural networks
T Flesch, K Juechems, T Dumbalska, A Saxe, C Summerfield
bioRxiv, 2021
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