*Miller, KJ., *Shenhav A., Ludvig, E.A. (under review). Habits without values. {Preprint}

Shenhav A., Musslick S., Lieder F., Kool W., Griffiths T.L., Cohen J.D., Botvinick M.M. (2017). Toward a rational and mechanistic account of mental effort. Annual Reviews of Neuroscience 40: 99-124.

Shenhav A., Rand D.G., Greene J.D. (2017). The relationship between intertemporal choice and following the path of least resistance across choices, preferences, and beliefs. Judgment and Decision Making 12(1): 1-18. [ArticlePress Release]

*Kool W., *Shenhav A., Botvinick M.M. (2017). Cognitive control as cost-benefit decision making. In T. Egner (Ed.), Wiley Handbook of Cognitive Control (pp. 167-189). Chichester, West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons. [Chapter]

Srivastava V., Feng S., Cohen, J.D., Leonard N.E., Shenhav A. (2017). A martingale analysis of first passage times of time-dependent Wiener diffusion models. Journal of Mathematical Psychology 77: 94-110. [Article; Code]

Shenhav A., Botvinick M.M., Cohen J.D. (2016). Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex and the value of control. Nature Neuroscience 19(10): 1286-1291. [ArticleNews & Views]

Shenhav A., Straccia M.A., Botvinick M.M., Cohen J.D. (2016). Dorsal anterior cingulate and ventromedial prefrontal cortex have inverse roles in both foraging and economic choice. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience 16(6): 1127-1139. [Article; Supplementary Data]

Shenhav A. & Botvinick, M.M. (2015). Uncovering a missing link in anterior cingulate research. Neuron 85(3): 455-457. [Commentary; Target Article

Trapp S., Shenhav A., Bitzer S., Bar M. (2015). Human preferences are biased towards associative information. Cognition and Emotion 29(6): 1054-1068. [Article

Bornstein A.M., Shenhav A., Miller K.J. (2015). Walking bundles of habits (and Response-Outcome associations). European Journal of Neuroscience 41: 1356- 1357. [Commentary; Target Article]

Shenhav A., Straccia M.A., Cohen J.D., Botvinick M.M. (2014). Anterior cingulate engagement in a foraging context reflects choice difficulty, not foraging value. Nature Neuroscience 17(9): 1249-1254. [Article; Supplementary Data; News & Views]

Shenhav A. & Buckner R.L. (2014). Neural correlates of dueling affective reactions to win-win choices. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(30): 10978-10983. [Article; Press Release]

Shenhav A. & Greene J.D. (2014). Integrative moral judgment: Dissociating the roles of the amygdala and ventromedial prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 34(13): 4741-4749. [Article]

Shenhav A. & Mendes W.B. (2014). Aiming for the stomach and hitting the heart: dissociable triggers and sources for disgust reactions. Emotion 14(2): 301-309. [Article

Shenhav A., Botvinick M.M., Cohen J.D. (2013). The expected value of control: an integrative theory of anterior cingulate cortex function. Neuron 79 (2): 217-240. [Article]

Shenhav A., Barrett L.F., & Bar M. (2013). Affective value and associative processing share a cortical substrate. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 13: 46-59. [Article; Supplementary Data]

Brunye T. T., Gagnon S. A., Paczynski M., Shenhav A., Mahoney C. R., & Taylor H. A. (2013). Happiness by association: generating broad associations promotes positive affect. Cognition 127 (1): 93-98. [Article]

Shenhav A. & Botvinick, M.M. (2013). Motivated action: New light on prefrontal-neuromodulatory circuits. Current Biology 23(4): R161-R163. [Commentary; Target Article]

*Shenhav A., *Rand D.G., & Greene J.D. (2012). Divine intuition: cognitive style influences belief in God. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 141 (3): 423-428.  [Article; Press Release: 1, 2]

Haque, O.S., Shenhav A., & Rand D.G. (2011). Differences in cognitive style, emotional processing, and ideology as crucial variables in understanding meaning-making. Religion, Brain, & Behavior 1(3): 223-225. [Commentary; Target Article]

Shenhav A. & Greene J.D. (2010). Moral judgments recruit domain-general valuation mechanisms to integrate representations of probability and magnitude. Neuron 67 (4): 667-677. [Article; Supplementary Data; Press Release] 

Silver M.A., Shenhav A., & D’Esposito M. (2008). Cholinergic enhancement reduces spatial spread of visual responses in human early visual cortex. Neuron, 60 (5): 904-914. [Article; Supplementary Data