Publications

Preprints

  1. Chavez, R.S. & Wagner, D.D. (biorxiv) Mass univariate testing biases the detection of interaction effects in whole-brain analysis of variance. [pdf]

Articles

  1. Chavez, R.S., Wagner, D.D. (In Press). The neural representation of self is recapitulated in the brains of friends: A round-robin fMRI study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology post-doctoral fellow

  2. Huckins, J.F., daSilva, A.W., Wang, R., Wang, W., Hedlund E.L., Murphy, E.I., Lopez, R.B., Rogers, C., Holtzheimer, P.E., Kelley, W.M., Heatherton, T.F., Wagner, D.D., Haxby J.V., Campbell, A.T. (2019). Fusing Mobile Phone Sensing and Brain Imaging to Assess Depression in College Students. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13, 248.

  3. daSilva, A.W., Huckins, J.F., Wang, R., Wang, W., Wagner, D.D., Campbell, A.T. (2019). Correlates of stress in the college environment uncovered by the application of penalized generalized estimating equations to mobile sensing data. JMIR mHealth and uHealth. 7(3):e12084.

  4. Lopez, R.B., Heatherton, T.F., Wagner, D.D. (2019). Media multitasking is associated with higher risk for obesity and increased responsiveness to rewarding food stimuli. Brain Imaging and Behavior.

  5. Lopez, R.B., Courtney, A.L., Wagner, D.D. (2019). Recruitment of prefrontal cortex during effortful self-control is subsequently associated with an altered balance of brain activity in control and reward systems during exposure to appetitive food commercials. PeerJ. 7, e6550.

  6. Wagner, D.D., Chavez, R.S., Broom, T.W. (2019). Decoding the Neural Representation of Self and Person Knowledge with Multivariate Pattern Analysis and Data Driven Approaches. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science.* 10(1), e1482.

  7. Courtney, A.L., PeConga, E.K., Wagner, D.D., Rapuano, K.M. (2018). Calorie information and dieting status modulate reward and control activation in response to food images. PLoS ONE. e0204744.

  8. Londeree, A.M., Roberts, M.E., Wewers, M.E., Peters, E., Ferketich, A.K., Wagner, D.D. (2018). Adolescent Attentional Bias Toward Real-World Fla-vored E-Cigarette Marketing. Tobacco Regulatory Science.* 4(6), 57-65.

  9. Hall, P.A., Bickel, W.K., Erickson, K.I., Wagner, D.D. (2018). Neuroimaging, neuromodulation, and population health: The neuroscience of chronic disease prevention. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1428(1),240-256.

  10. Lopez, R.B., Salinger, J.M., Heatherton, T.F., Wagner, D.D. (2018). Media multitasking is associated with altered processing of incidental, irrelevant cues during person perception. BMC Psychology. 6(44).

  11. Chavez, R.S., Heatherton, T.F., Wagner, D.D. (2017) Neural population decoding reveals the intrinsic positivity of the self. Cerebral Cortex. 27(11): 5222-5229 [pdf]

  12. Wagner, D.D., Kelley, W.M., Haxby, J.V., Heatherton, T.F. (2016). The dorsal medial prefrontal cortex responds preferentially to social interactions during natural viewing. Journal of Neuroscience. 36(26): 6917-6925. [pdf] [supplementary materials - pdf]

  13. Kelley, W.M., Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2015). In search of a human self-regulation system. Annual Review of Neuroscience. 38: 389-411. [pdf]

  14. Chen, P. A., Wagner, D.D., Kelley, W.M., Heatherton, T.F. (2015). Activity in cortical midline structures is modulated by self-construal changes during acculturation. Culture and Brain. 3(1): 39-52. [pdf]

  15. Lopez, R.B., Hofmann, W., Wagner, D.D., Kelley, W.M., Heatherton, T.F. (2014). Neural predictors of giving in to temptation in daily life. Psychological Science. 25(7): 1337–1344. [pdf]

  16. Wagner, D.D., Altman, M., Boswell, R.G., Kelley, W.M., Heatherton, T.F. (2013). Self-Regulatory Depletion Enhances Neural Responses to Rewards and Impairs Top-Down Control. Psychological Science. 24(11): 2262–71. [pdf]

  17. Chen, P. A., Wagner, D.D., Kelley, W.M., Powers, K.E., Heatherton, T.F. (2013). Medial Prefrontal Cortex Differentiates Self from Mother in Chinese. Culture and Brain. 1(1): 3–15. [pdf]

  18. Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2013). Self-Regulatory Depletion Increases Emotional Reactivity in the Amygdala. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 8(4): 410–417. [pdf]

  19. Somerville, L.H., Wagner, D.D., Wig, G.S., Moran, J.M., Whalen, P.J., Kelley, W.M. (2013). Interactions Between Transient and Sustained Neural Signals Support the Generation and Regulation of Anxious Emotion. Cerebral Cortex. 23(1): 49–60. [pdf]

  20. Powers, K.E., Wagner, D.D., Norris, C.J., Heatherton, T.F. (2013). Socially excluded individuals fail to recruit medial prefrontal cortex for negative social scenes. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 8(2): 151–7. d [pdf]

  21. Wagner, D.D., Haxby, J.V., Heatherton, T.F. (2012). The Representation of Self and Person Knowledge in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews:Cognitive Science. 3(4): 451–470. [pdf]

  22. Wagner, D.D., Boswell, R.G., Kelley, W.M., Heatherton, T.F. (2012). Inducing negative affect increases the reward value of appetizing foods in dieters. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 24(7): 1625–1633. [pdf]

  23. Heatherton, T.F., Wagner, D.D. (2011). Cognitive Neuroscience of Self-Regulatory Failure. Trends in Cognitive Science. 15(3): 132–139. [pdf]

  24. Wagner, D.D., Kelley, W.M., Heatherton, T.F. (2011). Individual differences in the spontaneous recruitment of brain regions supporting mental state understanding when viewing natural social scenes. Cerebral Cortex. 21(12): 2788–2796. [pdf]

  25. Wagner, D.D., Dal Cin, S., Sargent, J.D., Kelley, W.M., Heatherton, T.F. (2011). Spontaneous Action Representation in Smokers when Watching Movie Characters Smoke. Journal of Neuroscience. 31(3): 894–898. [pdf]

  26. Wagner, D.D., Sziklas, V., Garver, K.E., Jones-Gotman, M. (2009) Material specific lateralization of working memory in the medial temporal lobe. Neuropsychologia. 47(1), pp. 112–-122. [pdf]

  27. Kennepohl, S., Sziklas, V., Garver, K.E., Wagner, D.D., Jones-Gotman, M. (2007) Memory and the medial temporal lobe: Hemispheric specialization reconsidered. Neuroimage. 36 (3), pp. 969–978. [pdf]

Chapters

  1. Wagner, D.D. (2017) The relationship between neural measures of reward sensitivity and self-regulation successes and failures. In de Ridder, Adriaanse & Fujita (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Self-Control in Health and Wellbeing. Routledge. [pdf]

  2. Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2016) What can cognitive neuroscience tell us about ego depletion? In E.R. Hirt, J.J. Clarkson & L. Jia (Eds.), Self-Regulation and Ego Control. Academic Press: Elsevier. [pdf]

  3. Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2016) The Cognitive Neuroscience of Self-Regulatory Failure. In K.D. Vohs & R.F. Baumeister (Eds.), Handbook of Self Regulation: Research, theory and applications (3rd edition). New York, N.Y.: Guilford Press. [pdf]

  4. Wagner, D.D. (2015) Mentalizing. In Toga, A. (Ed) Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Academic Press: Elsevier, pp. 143-146. [pdf]

  5. Heatherton, T.F., Lopez, R.B., Wagner, D.D. (2015) Self-regulation and self-regulation failure. In Toga, A. (Ed) Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Academic Press: Elsevier.

  6. Lopez, R.B. , Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2015). The neuroscience of desire regulation. In W. Hofmann & L.F. Nordgren (Eds.), The Psychology of Desire. New York, N.Y.: Guilford Press. [pdf]

  7. Lopez, R.B. , Wagner, D.D., Vohs, K.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2015). Self-regulatory strength: neural mechanisms and implications for training. In Gendolla, Tops & Koole (Eds.), Handbook of Biobehavioral Approaches to Self-Regulation. New York, N.Y.: Springer. [pdf]

  8. Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2014) Self-Regulation and its Failure: Seven Deadly Threats to Self-Regulation. In M. Mikulincer, P. R. Shaver, E. Borgida, & J. A. Bargh (Eds.), APA Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology: Volume 1. Attitudes and Social Cognition. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. [pdf]

  9. Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2014). Self-Regulation and its Failures. In Gazzaniga & Mangun (Eds.), The Cognitive Neurosciences (5th edition). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [pdf]

  10. Arzi, A., Banerjee, S., Cox, J.C., D’Souza, D., De Brigard, F., Doll, B.B., Fairley, J., Fleming, S.M., Herholz, S.C., King , D.R., Libby, L.A., Myers, J.C., Neta, M., Pitcher, D., Power, J.D., Rass, O., Ritchey, M., Jubal, E.R., Royston, A., Wagner, D.D., Wang, W., Waring, J.D., Williams, J., Wood, S. (2014). The significance of cognitive neuroscience: Findings, applications, and challenges. In Gazzaniga & Mangun (Eds.), The Cognitive Neurosciences (5th edition). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

  11. Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2013) Emotion and Self-Regulation Failure. In Gross (Ed), Handbook of Emotion Regulation (2nd edition). New York, N.Y.: Guilford Press. [pdf]

  12. Wagner, D.D., Demos, K.E., Heatherton, T.F. (2011) Staying in control: The cognitive neuroscience of self-regulation and its failure. In Cacioppo & Decety (Eds.), Handbook of Social Neuroscience. Oxford University Press. [pdf]

  13. Wagner, D.D., Heatherton, T.F. (2010) Giving in to temptation: The emerging cognitive neuroscience of self regulatory failure. In Baumeister & Vohs (Eds.), Handbook of Self Regulation: Research, theory and applications (2nd edition). New York, N.Y.: Guilford Press. [pdf]

  14. Heatherton, T.F., Krendl, A.C., Wagner, D.D. (2008) Neurophysiological Approaches to Understanding Behavior. Human Behavior in a Military Context. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, pp. 217–238. [pdf]