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    • A Competing Neurobehavioral Decision Systems model of SES-related health and behavioral disparities 

      Bickel, Warren K.; Moody, Laura; Quisenberry, Amanda J.; Ramey, Craig T.; Sheffer, C.E. (Elsevier, 2014-07-06)
      We propose that executive dysfunction is an important component relating to the socio-economic status gradient of select health behaviors. We review and find evidence supporting an SES gradient associated with (1) negative ...
    • Early childhood investment impacts social decision-making four decades later 

      Luo, Yi; Hetu, Sebastien; Lohrenz, Terry; Hula, Andreas; Dayan, Peter; Ramey, Sharon L.; Sonnier-Netto, Mary Elizabeth; Lisinski, Jonathan; LaConte, Stephen M.; Nolte, Tobias; Fonagy, Peter; Rahmani, Elham; Montague, P. Read; Ramey, Craig T. (Nature Research, 2018-11-20)
      Early childhood educational investment produces positive effects on cognitive and non-cognitive skills, health, and socio-economic success. However, the effects of such interventions on social decision-making later in life ...