- M.D. Lieberman, M.A. Straccia, M.L. Meyer, M. Du, K.M. Tan. (in production). Social, Self, (Situational), and Affective Processes in Medial Prefrontal Cortex (MPFC): Causal, Multivariate, and Reverse Inference. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 2018 Dec 18.
K.M. Tan, L.J. Burklund, M.G. Craske, M.D. Lieberman. (2018, May). PTSD and the social brain: affect-related disruption of the default and mirror networks. Social and Affective Neuroscience Society, New York City, USA. [Poster PDF]
K.M. Tan, M.J. Tarr. (2016, April). Valence-related visual encoding is dependent on valence strength prior to frontal affective processing. Social and Affective Neuroscience Society, New York City, USA. [Poster PDF]
K.M. Tan, G.J. Siegle, T. Kraynak. (2014, May). Toward a pathophysiology of rumination: dorsal nexus resting-state functional connectivity in depression before and after serotonergic or behavioral interventions. Meeting of the Minds conference, Carnegie Mellon University, USA. [Poster PDF]
M. Moieni, K.M. Tan, T.K. Inagaki, K.A. Muscatell, J.M. Dutcher, Ivana Jevtic, E.C. Breen, M.R. Irwin, N.I. Eisenberger. (under review). Sex differences in the relationship between inflammation and reward sensitivity: A randomized controlled trial of endotoxin. Biological Psychiatry
K.M. Tan, L.J. Burklund, M.G. Craske, M.D. Lieberman. (in prep). PTSD and the social brain: affect-related disruption of the default and mirror networks during social inference
K.M. Tan, M.J. Tarr. (in prep). Bottom-up or top-down? The spatiotemporal dynamics of affective object perception differ across valence strength.
B.A. Tabak, P. Katzman, K.M. Tan, M.A. Straccia, M. Parrish, C. Leshak, M.D. Lieberman. (in prep). Effects of oxytocin and vasopressin on the neural circuitry of social cognition.
K.M. Tan, A.L. Daitch, K.C.R. Fox, Josef Parvizi, M.D. Lieberman. (in early prep). Mentalizing about the self and others: a human intracranial electrophysiology study.