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Qu, C., & Dreher, J. C.

Sociobiology: Changing the Dominance Hierarchy

Current Biology, 28(4), R167-R169. 2018.

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Bortolini, T., Bado, P., Hoefle, S., Engel, A., Zahn, R., de Oliveira Souza, R., Dreher*, J.C., & Moll*, J. (*: co-last author)

Neural bases of ingroup altruistic motivation in soccer fans

Scientific reports, 7(1), 16122. 2017.

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Qu, C., Ligneul, R., Van der Henst, J. B., & Dreher, J. C.

An integrative interdisciplinary perspective on social dominance hierarchies

Trends in cognitive sciences. 21(11):893-908. 2017.

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Park, S. A., Goïame, S., O'Connor, D. A., & Dreher, J. C.

Integration of individual and social information for decision-making in groups of different sizes

PLoS biology, 15(6), e2001958. 2017.

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Ligneul, R., Girard, R., & Dreher, J. C.

Social brains and divides: the interplay between social dominance orientation and the neural sensitivity to hierarchical ranks

Scientific Reports, 7, 45920. 2017.

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Girard, R., Météreau, E., Thomas, J., Pugeat, M., Qu, C., & Dreher, J. C.

Hormone therapy at early post-menopause increases cognitive control-related prefrontal activity

Scientific Reports, 7, 44917. 2017

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Domenech, P., Redouté, J., Koechlin, E., & Dreher, J. C.

The neuro-computational architecture of value-based selection in the human brain

Cerebral Cortex, 28(2), 585-601. 2018.

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Ligneul, R., Obeso, I., Ruff, C. C., & Dreher, J. C.

Dynamical representation of dominance relationships in the human rostromedial prefrontal cortex

Current Biology, 26(23), 3107-3115. 2016.

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Khalvati, K., Park, S. A., Dreher, J. C., & Rao, R. P.

A probabilistic model of social decision making based on reward maximization

In Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems (pp. 2901-2909). 2016.

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Dreher, J. C., Dunne, S., Pazderska, A., Frodl, T., Nolan, J. J., & O’Doherty, J. P.

Testosterone causes both prosocial and antisocial status-enhancing behaviors in human males

PNAS, 113(41), 11633-11638. 2016.

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