Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

  • 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.

Conference Presentations

  • 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]

Working Manuscripts

  • 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.