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Myopic discounting of future rewards after medial orbitofrontal damage in humans
M Sellitto, E Ciaramelli, G di Pellegrino
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (49), 16429-16436, 2010
2592010
Impulsivity toward food reward is related to BMI: Evidence from intertemporal choice in obese and normal-weight individuals
S Schiff, P Amodio, G Testa, M Nardi, S Montagnese, L Caregaro, ...
Brain and cognition 110, 112-119, 2016
1012016
The neurobiology of intertemporal choice: insight from imaging and lesion studies
M Sellitto, E Ciaramelli, G di Pellegrino
Walter de Gruyter 22 (5), 565-574, 2011
632011
Investment and repayment in a trust game after ventromedial prefrontal damage
G Moretto, M Sellitto, G di Pellegrino
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 593, 2013
472013
Reduced sensitivity to sooner reward during intertemporal decision-making following insula damage in humans
M Sellitto, E Ciaramelli, F Mattioli, G Di Pellegrino
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9, 367, 2016
342016
Now or not-now? The influence of alexithymia on intertemporal decision-making
C Scarpazza, M Sellitto, G di Pellegrino
Brain and Cognition 114, 20-28, 2017
322017
Imagining events alternative to the present can attenuate delay discounting
E Ciaramelli, M Sellitto, G Tosarelli, G Di Pellegrino
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 13, 269, 2019
172019
Arbitration between insula and temporoparietal junction subserves framing-induced boosts in generosity during social discounting
M Sellitto, S Neufang, A Schweda, B Weber, T Kalenscher
Neuroimage 238, 118211, 2021
162021
Errors affect hypothetical intertemporal food choice in women
M Sellitto, G di Pellegrino
PLoS One 9 (9), e108422, 2014
142014
The Cost of Imagined Actions in a Reward-Valuation Task
M Sellitto, D Terenzi, F Starita, G di Pellegrino, S Battaglia
Brain Sciences 12 (5), 582, 2022
132022
The effects of acute and chronic stress on choice consistency
FJ Nitsch, M Sellitto, T Kalenscher
Psychoneuroendocrinology 131, 105289, 2021
112021
Rate maximization and hyperbolic discounting in human experiential intertemporal decision making
MS Seinstra, M Sellitto, T Kalenscher
Behavioral Ecology 29 (1), 193-203, 2018
112018
Variations in progesterone and estradiol across the menstrual cycle predict generosity toward socially close others
M Sellitto, T Kalenscher
Psychoneuroendocrinology 140, 105720, 2022
102022
Multiple sclerosis reduces sensitivity to immediate reward during decision making.
E Grippa, M Sellitto, C Scarpazza, F Mattioli, G di Pellegrino
Behavioral Neuroscience 131 (4), 325, 2017
72017
Errors as a means of reducing impulsive food choice
M Sellitto, G di Pellegrino
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e53283, 2016
72016
Anterior cingulate cortex lesions abolish budget effects on effort-based decision-making in rat consumers
Y Hu, M van Wingerden, M Sellitto, S Schäble, T Kalenscher
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (20), 4448-4460, 2021
62021
Commentary: Episodic future thinking about the ideal self induces lower discounting, leading to a decreased tendency toward cheating
M Sellitto
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 519887, 2020
32020
Unifying evidence on delay discounting: Open task, analysis tutorial, and normative data from an Italian sample
S Garofalo, LAE Degni, M Sellitto, D Braghittoni, F Starita, S Giovagnoli, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (4), 2049, 2022
22022
Trier social stress test and food-choice: Behavioral, self-report & hormonal data
FJ Nitsch, M Sellitto, T Kalenscher
Data in Brief 37, 107245, 2021
22021
The neuroscience of human intertemporal choice: State-of-the-art
M Sellitto, G di Pellegrino
NEUROECONOMICS: THEORY, APPLICATIONS, AND PERSPECTIVES. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1 …, 2018
22018
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