*student or post-doc author

In Press / 2020

Berkman, E.T., & *Wilson, S.M. (in press). So useful as a good theory? The practicality crisis in (social) psychological theory. Perspectives on Psychological Science. [pdf] [osf]

*Cosme, D., Zeithamova, D., Stice, E., & Berkman, E.T. (in press). Multivariate neural signatures for health neuroscience: Assessing spontaneous regulation during food choice. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. [pdf] [osf]

Dang, J., Barker, P., Baumert, A., Bentzvelzen, M., Berkman, E.T., Buckkolz, N., Buczny, J., Chen, Zhansheng., De Cristofaro, V., de Vries., L., Dewitte, S., Giacomantonio, M., Gong, R., Homan, M., Imhoff, R., Ismail, I., Jia, L., Kubiak, T., Lange, F., Li, D., *Livingston, J., *Ludwig, R., Panno, A., *Pearman, J., Rassi, N., Schliöth., H., Schmitt, M., Timur Sevincer, A., Shi, J., Stamos, A., Tan, Y-C., Wenzel, M., Zerhouni, O., Zhang, L-W., Zhang., Y-J., & Zinkernagel, A. (in press). A multilab replication of the ego depletion effect. Social Psychological and Personality Science. [pdf] [osf]

Nagayama Hall, G.C., Berkman, E.T., Zane, N.W., Leong, F.T.L., Hwang, W-C., Nezu, A.M., Nezu, C.M., Hong, J.J., Chu, J.P., & *Huang, E.R. (in press). Reducing mental health disparities by increasing the personal relevance of interventions. American Psychologist. [pdf] [osf]

*Cosme, D. & Berkman, E.T. (2020). Autonomy can support affect regulation during illness and in health. Journal of Health Psychology, 25, 31-37. [pdf] [osf]

*Horn, S.R., Fisher, P.A., Pfeifer, J.H., Allen, N.B., & Berkman, E.T. (2020). Levers and barriers to success in the use of translational neuroscience for the prevention and treatment of mental health and promotion of well-being across the lifespan. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 129, 38-48. [pdf]

Roos, L.E., Giuliano, R.J., Beauchamp, K.G., Berkman, E.T., Knight, E.L., & Fisher, P.A. (2020). Acute stress impairs children’s sustained attention with increased vulnerability for children of mothers reporting higher parenting stress. Developmental Psychobiology, 62, 532-543. [pdf]



*Beauchamp, K.G., *Shaffer, K.A., Fisher, P.A., & Berkman, E.T. (2019). Brief, computerized inhibitory control training to leverage adolescent neural plasticity: A pilot effectiveness trial. Applied Neuropsychology: Child, 8, 366-382. [pdf]

*Cosme, D., *Ludwig, R.M., & Berkman, E.T. (2019). Comparing two neurocognitive models of self-control during dietary decisions. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 14, 957-966. [pdf] [osf] [NOTE: The first two authors contributed equally]

*DeStasio, K.L., Clithero, J.A., & Berkman, E.T. (2019). Neuroeconomics, health psychology, and the interdisciplinary study of preventative health behavior. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 13, e12500. [pdf]

*Ludwig, R.M., Flournoy, J., & Berkman, E.T. (2019). Inequality in personality and temporal discounting across socioeconomic status? Assessing the evidence. Journal of Research in Personality, 81, 79-87. [oa] [osf] [pdf]

*Ludwig, R.M., Srivastava, S., & Berkman, E.T. (2019). Predicting exercise with a personality facet: Planfulness and goal achievement. Psychological Science, 30, 1510-1521. [pdf] [osf]

Milyavskaya, M., Berkman, E.T., & de Ridder, D. (2019). The many faces of self-control: Tacit assumptions and recommendations to deal with them. Motivation Science, 5, 79-85. [pdf] [osf]



Amodio, D.M., Harmon-Jones, E., & Berkman, E.T. (2018). Neuroscience approaches in social and personality psychology. In M. Snyder & K. Deaux (Eds.), Handbook of Social and Personality Psychology (2nd Edition, pp. 97-132). New York: Oxford University Press. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T. (2018). Value-based choice: An integrative, neuroscience-informed model of health goals. Psychology & Health, 33, 40-57. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T. (2018). The neuroscience of goals and behavior change: Lessons learned for consulting psychology. Consulting Psychology Journal, 70, 28-44. [pdf]

*Cosme, D, *Mobasser, A., Zeithamova, D., Berkman, E.T., & Pfeifer, J.H. (2018). Choosing to regulate: Does choice enhance craving regulation? Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 13, 300-309. [pdf] [osf]

*DeStasio, K.L., *Hill, A.P., & Berkman, E.T. (2018) Efficacy of an SMS-based smoking intervention using message self-authorship: A pilot study. Journal of Smoking Cessation. 13, 55-58. [pdf] [osf]

Giuliani, N. R., Merchant, J. S., *Cosme, D., & Berkman, E. T. (2018). Neural predictors of eating behavior and dietary change. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1428, 208–220. [pdf] [osf] [cover]

*Horn, S.R., Roos, L.E., Berkman, E.T., & Fisher, P.A. (2018). Neuroendocrine and immune pathways from pre- and perinatal stress to substance abuse. Neurobiology of Stress, 9, 140-150. [pdf] [OA]

*Ludwig, R.M., Srivastava, S., & Berkman, E.T. (2018). Planfulness: A process-focused construct of individual differences in goal achievement. Collabra, 4, 28. [pdf] [osf]

May, L. M., Kosek, P., Zeidan, F., & Berkman, E.T. (2018). Enhancement of meditation analgesia by opioid antagonist in experienced meditators. Psychosomatic Medicine, 80, 807-813. [pdf] [osf]

Pfeifer, J.H., & Berkman, E.T. (2018). Self and identity development in adolescence: Neural evidence and implications for a value-based choice perspective on motivated behavior. Child Development Perspectives, 12, 158-164. [pdf] [osf]

Roos, L.E., *Horn, S., Berkman, E. T., Pears, K., & Fisher, P.A. (2018). Leveraging translational neuroscience to inform early intervention and addiction prevention for children exposed to early life stress. Neurobiology of Stress, 9, 231-240. [pdf]



Berkman, E.T., *Livingston, J.L., & *Kahn, L.E. (2017). Finding the “self” in self-regulation: The identity-value model. Psychological Inquiry, 28, 77-98. (Target article) [pdf] [osf]

*Livingston, J.L., *Kahn, L.E., & Berkman, E.T. (2017). The identity-value model of self-regulation: Integration, extension, and open questions. Psychological Inquiry, 28, 157-164. (Response to commentators) [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., Hutcherson, C.A., *Livingston, J.L., *Kahn, L.E., & Inzlicht, M. (2017). Self-control as value-based choice. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 26, 422-428. [pdf] [osf]

*Roos, L.E., *Knight, E.L., *Beauchamp, K.G., *Giuliano, R.J., Fisher, P.A. & Berkman, E.T. (2017). Methodological precision is key in acute stress and executive function research: A commentary on Shields et al., 2016. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 83, 140-144. [pdf]

*Roos, L.E., *Beauchamp, K.G., Pears, K.P., Fisher, P.A., Berkman, E.T., Capaldi, D. (2017). The effects of prenatal substance exposure on neurocognitive correlates of inhibitory control success and failure. Applied Neuropsychology: Child, 6, 269-280. [pdf]

*Roos, L.E., *Knight, E.L., *Beauchamp, K.G., Berkman, E.T., Faraday, K., Hyslop, K., and Fisher, P.A. (2017). Acute stress impairs inhibitory control based on individual differences in parasympathetic nervous system activity. Biological Psychology, 125, 58-63. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T. (2017). Self-regulation training. In K. D. Vohs & R. F. Baumeister (Eds.), Handbook of Self-Regulation: Research, Theory and Applications (3rd Edition, pp. 440-457). New York: Guilford. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T. (2017). The neuroscience of self-control. In D. de Ridder, M. Adriaanse, & K. Fujita (Eds.), Handbook of Self-Control in Health and Wellbeing (pp. 112-124). Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge. [pdf]



*Beauchamp, K.G., *Kahn, L.E., & Berkman, E.T. (2016). Does inhibitory control training transfer? Behavioral and neural effects on an untrained emotion regulation task. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 11, 1374-1382. [pdf]

*May, L. M., *Reinka, M. A., Tipsord, J. M., Felver, J. C., & Berkman, E. T. (2016). Parenting an early adolescent: A pilot study examining neural and relationship quality changes of a mindfulness intervention. Mindfulness, 7, 1203-1213. [pdf]

Patterson, T. K., Lenartowicz, A., Berkman, E. T., Ji, D., Poldrack, R. A., & Knowlton, B. J. (2016). Putting the brakes on the brakes: Negative emotion disrupts cognitive control network functioning and alters subsequent stopping activity. Experimental Brain Research, 234, 3107-3118. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., *Kahn, L.E., & *Livingston, J.L. (2016). Valuation as a mechanism of self-control and ego depletion. In E.R. Hirt (Ed.), Self-Regulation and Ego Control (pp. 255-279). New York: Elsevier. [pdf]

Inzlicht, M., Berkman, E., & Elkins-Brown, N. (2016). The neuroscience of “ego depletion” or: How the brain can help us understand why self-control seems limited. In E. Harmon-Jones & M. Inzlicht (Eds.), Social Neuroscience: Biological Approaches to Social Psychology (101-123). New York: Psychology Press. [pdf]



Fisher, P.A., & Berkman, E.T. (2015). Designing interventions informed by scientific knowledge about effects of early adversity: A translational neuroscience agenda for next-generation addictions research. Current Addiction Reports, 2, 347-353. [pdf]

Inzlicht, M. & Berkman, E.T. (2015). Six questions for the resource model of control (and some answers). Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 9, 511-524. [pdf]

*Giuliani, N.R., Tomiyama, A.J., Mann, T., & Berkman, E.T. (2015). Prediction of daily food intake as a function of measurement modality and restriction status. Psychosomatic Medicine, 77, 583-590. [pdf]

*Calcott, R.D. & Berkman, E.T. (2015). Neural correlates of attentional flexibility during approach and avoidance motivation. PLoS ONE, 10, e0127203-19. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., *Lukinova, E., Menshikov, I., & Myagkov, M. (2015). Sociality as a natural mechanism of public goods provision. PLoS ONE, 10, e0119685. [NOTE: Author order determined alphabetically by last name.] [pdf]

*Giuliani, N.R. & Berkman, E.T. (2015). Craving is an affective state and its regulation can be understood in terms of the extended process model of emotion regulation.  Psychological Inquiry, 26, 48-53. [pdf]

*Giuliano, R.J., Skowron, E.A., & Berkman, E.T. (2015). Growth models of dyadic synchrony and mother-child vagal tone in the context of parenting at-risk. Biological Psychology, 105, 29-36. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T. (2015). Functional neural predictors of addiction outcomes. In S. Wilson (Ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook on the Neuroscience of Addiction (pp. 503-526). New York: Wiley. [pdf]

*Livingston, J.L., *Kahn, L.E., & Berkman, E.T. (2015). Motus moderari: A neuroscience-informed model for self-regulation of emotion and motivation. In G.H.E. Gendolla, M. Tops, & S. Koole (Eds.), Handbook of Biobehavioral Approaches to Self-Regulation (189-207). New York: Springer. [pdf]



Berkman, E.T., *Giuliani, N.R., & *Pruitt, A.K. (2014). Comparison of text messaging and pencil-and-paper for ecological momentary assessment of food craving and intake. Appetite, 81, 131-137. [pdf]

*Calcott, R.D. & Berkman, E.T. (2014). Attentional flexibility during approach and avoidance motivational states: The role of context in shifts of attentional breadth. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143, 1393-1408. [pdf]

*Giuliani, N.R., Mann, T., Tomiyama, A.J., & Berkman, E.T. (2014). Neural systems underlying the reappraisal of personally-craved foods. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 26, 1390-1402. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., *Kahn, L.E., & *Merchant, J.S. (2014). Training-induced changes in inhibitory control network activity. Journal of Neuroscience, 34, 149-157. [pdf]

Berkman, E. T., & Rock, D. (2014). AIM: An integrative model of goal pursuit. NeuroLeadership Journal, 5, 1–11. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., Cunningham, W.A., & Lieberman, M.D. (2014). Research Methods in Social and Affective Neuroscience. In H.T. Reis & C.M. Judd (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods in Social and Personality Psychology (2nd ed., pp. 123-158). New York: Cambridge University Press. [pdf]



*Giuliani, N.R., *Calcott, R.D., & Berkman, E.T. (2013). Piece of cake: Cognitive reappraisal of food craving. Appetite, 64, 56-61. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T. & Falk, E.B. (2013). Beyond brain mapping: Using neural measures to predict real-world outcomes. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 22, 45-50. [pdf]  [NOTE: Equal author contributions]

*Dickenson, J., Berkman, E.T., Arch, J., & Lieberman, M.D. (2013). Neural correlates of focused attention during a brief mindfulness induction. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 8, 40-47. [pdf]

Cohen, J.R., Berkman, E.T., & Lieberman, M.D. (2013). Intentional and incidental self-control in ventrolateral PFC. In D.T. Stuss & R.T. Knight (Eds.), Principles of Frontal Lobe Functions (2nd ed., pp. 417-440). New York: Oxford University Press. [pdf]



Berkman, E.T., Falk, E.B., & Lieberman, M.D. (2012). Interactive effects of three core goal pursuit processes on brain control systems: Goal maintenance, performance monitoring, and response inhibition. PLoS ONE, 7, e40334. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., *Graham, A.M., & Fisher, P.A. (2012). Training self-control: A domain-general translational neuroscience approach. Child Development Perspectives, 6, 374-384[pdf]

Berkman, E.T. & *Milller-Ziegler, J. (2012). Imaging depletion: fMRI provides new insights into the processes underlying ego depletion [Editorial]. Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience, 8, 359-361. [pdf]

Falk, E.B., Berkman, E.T., & Lieberman, M.D. (2012). From neural responses to population behavior: Neural focus group predicts population-level media effects. Psychological Science, 23, 439-445. [pdf]



Jarcho, J.M., Berkman, E.T., & Lieberman, M.D. (2011). The neural basis of rationalization: cognitive dissonance reduction during decision-making. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 6, 460–467. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T. & Lieberman, M.D. (2011). What’s outside the black box?: The status of behavioral outcomes in neuroscience research. Psychological Inquiry, 22, 100-107. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., Falk, E.B., & Lieberman, M.D. (2011). In the trenches of real-world self-control: Neural correlates of breaking the link between craving and smoking.  Psychological Science, 22, 498-506. [pdf]

Berkman, E.T., *Dickenson, J., Falk, E.B., & Lieberman, M.D. (2011). Using SMS text messaging to assess moderators of smoking reduction: Validating a new tool for ecological measurement of health behaviors. Health Psychology, 30, 186-194. [pdf]

Falk, E., Berkman, E., Whalen, D., & Lieberman, M.D. (2011). Neural activity during health messaging predicts reductions in smoking above and beyond self-report. Health Psychology, 30, 177-185. [pdf]

Meyer, M. L., Berkman, E. T., Karremans, J. C., & Lieberman, M. D. (2011). Incidental regulation of attraction: The neural basis of the derogation of attractive alternatives in romantic relationships. Cognition and Emotion, 25, 490-505. [pdf]



Falk, E., Berkman, E. T., Mann, T., Harrison, B., & Lieberman, M.D. (2010). Predicting persuasion-induced behavior change from the brain. Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 8421- 8424. [pdf]

Falk, E., Rameson, L., Berkman, E. T., Liao, B., Kang, Y., Inagaki, T., & Lieberman, M. (2010). The neural correlates of persuasion: A common network across cultures and media. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22, 2447-2459. [pdf]

Berkman, E. T., & Lieberman, M.D. (2010). Approaching the bad and avoiding the good: Separating action and valence using dorsolateral prefrontal cortical asymmetry. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22, 1970-1979. [pdf]

Berkman, E. T., Burklund, L., & Lieberman, M.D. (2009). Inhibitory spillover: Intentional motor inhibition produces incidental limbic inhibition via right inferior frontal cortex. Neuroimage, 47, 705-712. [pdf]

Berkman, E. T., Gable, S.L., & Lieberman, M.D. (2009). BIS, BAS, and response conflict: Testing predictions of the revised reinforcement sensitivity theory. Personality and Individual Differences, 46, 586-591. [pdf]

Berkman, E. T., & Lieberman, M.D. (2009). Using neuroscience to broaden emotion regulation: Theoretical and methodological considerations. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 4, 475-493. [pdf]

Berkman, E. T., & Lieberman, M.D. (2009). The neuroscience of goal pursuit: Bridging gaps between theory and data. In G. Moskowitz & H. Grant (Eds.), The Psychology of Goals (pp. 98-126). New York, NY: Guilford Press. [pdf]