Poppy Watson
Poppy Watson
UNSW, Sydney
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Corticostriatal connectivity underlies individual differences in the balance between habitual and goal-directed action control
S de Wit, P Watson, HA Harsay, MX Cohen, I van de Vijver, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (35), 12066-12075, 2012
2152012
Working for food you don’t desire. Cues interfere with goal-directed food-seeking
P Watson, RW Wiers, B Hommel, S De Wit
Appetite 79, 139-148, 2014
1152014
Cannabis dependence, cognitive control and attentional bias for cannabis words
J Cousijn, P Watson, L Koenders, WAM Vingerhoets, AE Goudriaan, ...
Addictive behaviors 38 (12), 2825-2832, 2013
582013
Motivational mechanisms and outcome expectancies underlying the approach bias toward addictive substances
P Watson, S De Wit, B Hommel, RW Wiers
Frontiers in psychology 3, 440, 2012
472012
An associative account of how the obesogenic environment biases adolescents' food choices
P Watson, RW Wiers, B Hommel, KR Ridderinkhof, S de Wit
Appetite 96, 560-571, 2016
362016
Motivational mechanisms underlying the approach bias to cigarettes
P Watson, S De Wit, J Cousijn, B Hommel, RW Wiers
Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 4 (3), 250-262, 2013
352013
Current limits of experimental research into habits and future directions
P Watson, S de Wit
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 20, 33-39, 2018
332018
Dissociable corticostriatal circuits underlie goal‐directed vs. Cue‐elicited habitual food seeking after satiation: Evidence from a multimodal MRI study
H van Steenbergen, P Watson, RW Wiers, B Hommel, S de Wit
European Journal of Neuroscience 46 (2), 1815-1827, 2017
262017
Stimulus control over action for food in obese versus healthy-weight individuals
P Watson, RW Wiers, B Hommel, VEA Gerdes, S de Wit
Frontiers in psychology 8, 580, 2017
242017
Individual differences in risky decision-making among seniors reflect increased reward sensitivity
JF Cavanagh, D Neville, MX Cohen, I Van de Vijver, HA Harsay, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 6, 111, 2012
202012
Selective attention moderates the relationship between attentional capture by signals of nondrug reward and illicit drug use
L Albertella, J Copeland, D Pearson, P Watson, RW Wiers, ME Le Pelley
Drug and alcohol dependence 175, 99-105, 2017
172017
Limits of ideomotor action–outcome acquisition
P Watson, H van Steenbergen, S de Wit, RW Wiers, B Hommel
Brain Research 1626, 45-53, 2015
142015
Conflicted between goal-directed and habitual control, an fMRI investigation
P Watson, G van Wingen, S de Wit
eNeuro 5 (4), 2018
92018
Winners and losers: Reward and punishment produce biases in temporal selection.
ME Le Pelley, P Watson, D Pearson, RS Abeywickrama, SB Most
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 45 (5), 822, 2019
82019
Prioritizing pleasure and pain: Attentional capture by reward-related and punishment-related stimuli
P Watson, D Pearson, RW Wiers, ME Le Pelley
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 26, 107-113, 2019
82019
Failing to pay heed to health warnings in a food-associated environment
AAC Verhoeven, P Watson, S de Wit
Appetite 120, 616-626, 2018
82018
Capture and control: Working memory modulates attentional capture by reward-related stimuli
P Watson, D Pearson, M Chow, J Theeuwes, RW Wiers, SB Most, ...
Psychological science 30 (8), 1174-1185, 2019
52019
Motivational sensitivity of outcome-response priming: Experimental research and theoretical models
P Watson, RW Wiers, B Hommel, S de Wit
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (6), 2069-2082, 2018
52018
Persistence of value-modulated attentional capture is associated with risky alcohol use
L Albertella, P Watson, M Yücel, ME Le Pelley
Addictive behaviors reports 10, 100195, 2019
42019
Luminance contrast has little influence on the spread of object-based attention
P Watson, I Korjoukov, D Vartak, PR Roelfsema
Vision research 85, 90-103, 2013
22013
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