*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. (in press). Toward a rational and mechanistic account of mental effort. Annual Reviews of Neuroscience.

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. (2016). A martingale analysis of first passage times of time-dependent Wiener diffusion models. Journal of Mathematical Psychology. [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