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Weinberg-Wolf H, Fagan A, Dal Monte O, Chang SWC (2021) 
Increasing central serotonin with 5-HTP disrupts the inhibition of social gaze in non-human primates
bioRxiv, 431901. 
Meisner O, Nair A, Chang SWC (invited review/under review
Amygdala connectivity and implications for social cognition and disorders
In Miceli, Bartolomeo, and Navarro (Eds.), The temporal lobe (Elsevier).
Zoh Y, Chang SWC*, Crockett MJ* (invited review/under review
Prefrontal cortex and human morality
Neuropsychopharmacology (*, co-senior authors)
Putnam PT and Chang SWC (invited review/under revision
Toward a holistic view of value and social processing in the amygdala: Insights from primate behavioral neurophysiology
Beh Brain Res

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Fan S, Dal Monte O and Chang SWC (in press
Levels of naturalism in social neuroscience research
Ben-Haim MS, Dal Monte O, Fagan NA, Dunham Y, Hassin RR*, Chang SWC*, Santos LR* (2021
Disentangling conscious awareness from non-conscious perception in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)
PNAS, 118, e2017543118 (*, co-senior authors) 
*Editors’ Choice: by Sacha Vignieri (2021) Evolutionary Cognition – I know what I saw. Science372, 251.  
Putnam PT and Chang SWC (2021
Social processing by the primate medial frontal cortex
In M. Roesch, L. Amarante, M. Laubach & A. Brockett (Eds.), What does Medial Frontal Cortex Signal during Behavior? Insights from Behavioral Neurophysiology.
Int Rev Neurobio, 158, 213-248. 
Basile BM*, Joiner JA*, Dal Monte O, Fagan NA, Karaskiewicz CL, Lucas DR, Chang SWC**, Murray EA** (in press)
Autonomic arousal tracks outcome salience not valence in monkeys making social decisions
Beh Neurosci (*, co-first authors; **, co-senior authors) 
Gangopadhyay P*, Chawla M*, Dal Monte O, Chang SWC (2021)
Prefrontal-amygdala circuits in social decision-making
Nat Neurosci, 24, 5-18. (*, co-first authors) 

Lockwood PL, Apps MAJ*, Chang SWC* (2020)
Is there a ‘social brain’?: Algorithms and implementations.
Trends Cogn Sci, 24, 802-813. (*, equal contributions)   (selected among ‘Best of Trends’ 2020)

Basile BM, Schafroth JL, Karaskiewicz CL, Chang SWC, Murray EA (2020)
The anterior cingulate cortex is necessary for forming prosocial preferences from vicarious reinforcement in monkeys.
PLoS Biol18, e3000677.  
*Primer: Lockwood PL, O’Nell KC, and Apps MAJ (2020) Anterior cingulate cortex: A brain system necessary for learning to reward others? PLoS Biol18, e3000735.  
Dal Monte O, Chu CJC, Fagan NA, Chang SWC (2020)
Specialized medial prefrontal-amygdala coordination in other-regarding decision preference

Nat Neurosci23, 565–574.  
##Winner of the 2021 SANS Innovation Award##

Gollwitzer A, Martel C, Bargh JA, Chang SWC (2020)
Aversion towards simple broken patterns predicts moral judgment

Personality and Individual Differences, 160, 109810.  

Fan S*, Weinberg-Wolf H*, Piva M, Dal Monte O, Chang SWC (2020)
Combinatorial oxytocin neuropharmacology in social cognition
Trends Cogn Sci, 24, 8–12. (*, co-first authors)  
Piva M, Velnoskey K, Jia R, Nair A, Levy I, Chang SWC (2019)
The dorsomedial prefrontal cortex computes task-invariant relative subjective value for self and other
eLife, 8, e44939.  
Weinberg-Wolf H and Chang SWC (2019)
Differences in how macaques monitor others: does serotonin play a central role?
WIREs Cog. Sci., 10, wcs.1494 

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Stanton CH, Holmes AJ, Chang SWC, Joorman J (2018) 
From stress to anhedonia: molecular processes through functional circuits
Trends Neurosci, 42, 23-42.   
Dal Monte O, Fan S, Chang SWC (2018) 
Social subjective value in the primate midbrain
Nat Neurosci, 21, 1298-1299.   
Chang SWC and Dal Monte O (2018) 
Shining light on social learning circuits
Trends Cogn Sci, 22, 673-675.   
Weinberg-Wolf H, Fagan NA, Anderson GM, Tringides M, Dal Monte O and Chang SWC (2018) 
The effects of 5-hydroxytryptophan on attention and central serotonin neurochemistry in the rhesus macaque

Neuropsychopharmacology43, 1589-1598.  

Piva M and Chang SWC (2018) 
An integrated framework for the role of oxytocin in multistage social decision-making

Am J Primatology, 80, e22735. doi: 10.1002/ajp.22735   
##Selected as Top 20 Most-Read Paper in the journal in 2017–2018##

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Piva M, Zhang X, Noah A, Chang SWC, Hirsch J (2017) 
Distributed neural activity patterns during human-to-human competition
Front. Hum. Neurosci.11, Article, 571.  
Barack DL, Chang SWC, Platt ML (2017) 
Posterior cingulate neurons dynamically signal decisions to disengage during foraging
Neuron 96, 339-347.  
Chang SWC (2017) 
An emerging field of primate social neurophysiology: Current developments
eNeuro 4, e0295​.  
Turrin C, Fagan NA, Dal Monte O, Chang SW​C (2017) 
Social resource foraging is guided by the principles of the Marginal Value Theorem
Sci. Rep. 7, 11274.  
Joiner J, Piva M, Turrin C, Chang SWC (2017)
Social learning through prediction error in the brain

NPJ Sci. Learn. 2, article 8.  

Dal Monte O*, Piva M*, Anderson KM, Tringides M, Holmes AJ, Chang SW​C (2017)
Oxytocin under opioid antagonism leads to supralinear enhancement of social attention

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 114, 5247-5252. (*, co-first authors)  

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Dal Monte O*, Piva M*, Morris JA, Chang SW(2016) 
Live interaction distinctively shapes social gaze dynamics in rhesus macaques
J. Neurophys. 116, 1626-1643. (*, co-first authors)   [movie 1, movie 2, movie 3]
Ebner NC, Bailey PE, Horta M, Joiner JA, Chang SWC (2016) 
Multidisciplinary perspective on prosociality in aging
In J. Sommerville & J. Decety (Eds.), Social Cognition: Development across the Life Span (Psychology Press | Taylor and Francis Group). 
Apps MAJ, Rushworth MFS, Chang SWC (2016) 
The anterior cingulate gyrus and social cognition: tracking the motivation of others
Neuron 90, 692-707.  
Chang SWC, Calton JL, Lawrence BM, Dickinson AR, and Snyder LH (2016)
Region-specific summation patterns inform the role of cortical areas in selecting motor plans
Cereb. Cortex 26, 2154-2166.  

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Chang SWC, Fagan NA, Toda K, Utevsky AV, Pearson JM and Platt ML (2015)
Neural mechanisms of social decision-making in the primate amygdala
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 112, 16012-16017.  
Du E and Chang SWC(2015)
Neural components of altruistic punishment
Front. Neurosci. 9, Article 26.  

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Chang SWC and Isoda M (2014)
Toward a better understanding of social learning, social deciding, and other-regarding preferences
Front. Neurosci., 8:362. (editorial to Research Topic eBook)  
(Editors: Chang & Isoda, Click here for the entire issue 
Chang SWC and Platt ML (2014)
Amygdala: Eyes wide open
Curr. Biol. 24, R1000-1002.  
Pedersen CA, Chang SWC, and Williams CL (2014)
Evolutionary perspectives on the role of oxytocin in human social behavior, social cognition and psychopathology
Brain Res., 1580, 1-7. (Special Issue: Oxytocin and Social Behavior)  
(Editors: Pedersen, Chang & Williams, Click here for the entire issue 
Chang SWC and Platt ML (2014)
Oxytocin and social cognition in rhesus macaques: Implications for understanding and treating human psychopathology
Brain Res. (Special Issue: Oxytocin and Social Behavior) 1580, 57-68.  

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Brent LJN, Chang SWC, Gariépy JF, and Platt ML (2013)
The neuroethology of friendship
Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. (The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience) 1316, 1–17.  
Chang SWC (2013)
Coordinate transformation approach to social interactions
Front. Neurosci. 7, Article 147.  
Gariépy JF, Chang SWC and Platt ML (2013)
Brain games: toward a neuroecology of social behavior
Beh. Brain Sci. 36, 424-5.  
Chang SWC, Brent LJN, Adams GK, Klein JT, Pearson JM, Watson KK, and Platt ML (2013)
Neuroethology of primate social behavior
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 110, 10387-10394.  
(In Spanish )
Chang SWC, Gariépy JF and Platt ML (2013)
Neuronal reference frames for social decisions in primate frontal cortex
Nat. Neurosci. 16, 243-250.  

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Chang SWC, Barack DL and Platt ML (2012)
Mechanistic classification of neural circuit dysfunctions: Insights from neuroeconomics research in animals
Biol. Psychiatry 72, 101-106.  
Chang SWC and Snyder LH (2012)
The representations of reach endpoints in posterior parietal cortex depend on which hand does the reaching
J. Neurophysiol. 107, 2352-2365.  
Chang SWC, Barter JW, Ebitz RB, Watson KK, and Platt ML (2012)
Inhaled oxytocin amplifies both vicarious reinforcement and self reinforcement in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 109, 959-964.  
*Feature Highlight: Whalley K (2012) Social neurosiceence: Oxytocin boosts social awareness. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 13, 72. 
Chang SWC, Winecoff AA, and Platt ML (2011)
Vicarious Reinforcement In Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta
Front. Neurosci. 5, Article 27.  

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Chang SWCand Snyder LH (2010)
Idiosyncratic and systematic aspects of spatial representations in the macaque parietal cortex
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 107, 7951-7956.  
Churchland MM, Yu BM, Cunningham JP, Sugrue LP, Cohen MR, Corrado GS, Newsome WT, Clark AM, Hosseini P, Scott BB, Bradley DC, Smith MA, Kohn A, Movshon JA, Armstrong KM, Moore T, Chang SWC, Snyder LH, Lisberger SG, Priebe NJ, Finn IM, Ferster D, Ryu, SI, Santhanam G, Sahani M, and Shenoy K (2010)
Stimulus onset quenches neural variability: a widespread cortical phenomenon
Nat. Neurosci. 13, 369-378.  

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Chang SWC, Papadimitriou C, and Snyder LH (2009)
Using a compound gain field to compute a reach plan
Neuron 64, 744-755.  
*Preview: Blohm & Crawford (2009) Fields of gain in the brain. Neuron, 64, 598-600.   

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Chang SWC, Dickinson AR and Snyder LH (2008)
Limb-specific representations of reaching in the posterior parietal cortex
J. Neurosci. 28, 6128-6140.  

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Chang SWand Abrams R (2004)
Hand movements deviate toward distracters in the absence of response competition
J. General Psych. Special Issue on Movement, Attention, and Perception, 131(4), 328-344.