Journal Publications​

[1]Qi S.*, Hu J.*,  Becker B.*, Luo L., Gao S., Gong Q., Hurlemann R. and Kendrick K.M. (2015). Oxytocin selectively facilitates learning with social feedback and increases activity and functional connectivity in emotional memory and reward processing regions, Human Brain Mapping.

[2] Qi S.*, Footer O.*, Camerer, C.F. and Mobbs,D. (2018). A collaborator’s reputation can bias decisions and anxiety under uncertainty​​, Journal of Neuroscience

[3] Qi S., Hassabis, D., Sun J., Guo,F., Daw N., Mobbs D. (2018). How cognitive and reactive fear circuits optimize escape decisions in humans, PNAS.

[4] ​Qi S.*,Fung B.*, Hassabis, D., Daw N., Mobbs D. (in prep). The ventral hippocampus-medial prefrontal pathway is swayed by trait anxiety for slow, but not fast, escape decisions.  

[5] *Yao, S., Qi, S., Kendrick, K.M. and Mobbs, D. (2018). Attentional Set to Safety recruits the ventromedial PFC. BioRvix.​​

​​*These authors contributed equally to this work​​



Talks:

Qi S.
, Hassabis, D., Sun J., Guo,F., Daw N., Mobbs,D. (2018) “Cognitive/reactive fear circuits and decision under threat”.
@Society for Affective Science, 5th Annual Conference, Los Angeles, USA

Qi S., Hassabis, D., Sun J., Guo,F., Daw N., Mobbs,D. (2017) “How Cognitive and reactive fear circuits optimize escape decisions in humans”.
@Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, 10th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, USA

Posters:

Qi S., Hassabis, D., Sun J., Guo,F., Daw N., Mobbs,D. (2018) “How Cognitive and reactive fear circuits optimize escape decisions in humans”. Society for Affective Science, 5th Annual Conference, Los Angeles, USA

Qi S.*, Footer O.*, Camerer, C.F. and Mobbs,D. (2016). “A collaborator’s reputation can bias decisions and anxiety under uncertainty”. Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, 9th Annual Meeting, New York

Qi S.*, Hu J.*, Luo L., Gao S., Becker B., Gong Q., Hurlemann R., Kendrick K.M. (2013) Oxycontin facilitates learning with social feedback and activity in emotion and reward regions. 2013 Annual Conference of Society for Social Neuroscience, Guangzhou, China