Ting, C-C., Palminteri, S., Engelmann, J. B., & Lebreton, M. (2020). Robust valence-induced biases on motor response and confidence in human reinforcement learning. Cognitive Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 20(6), 1184-1199. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13415-020-00826-0[details]
Engelmann, J. B., Mulckhuijse, M., & Ting, C-C. (2019). Brain measurement and manipulation methods. In A. Schram, & A. Ule (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Experimental Economics (pp. 149-172). (Handbooks of Research Methods and Applications). Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788110563.00017[details]
Ting, C., Palminteri, S., Engelmann, J. B., & Lebreton, M. P. (2020). Robust effect of outcome valence on reaction time and confidence judgment in human reinforcement. Poster session presented at NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Ting, C. (2019). Not learning performance but learned-option preference is changed by incidental anxiety. Poster session presented at Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making , Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Ting, C., Palminteri, S., Lebreton, M. P., & Engelmann, J. B. (2019). The elusive effects of anxiety on reinforcement-learning. Poster session presented at Society for Neuroeconomics , Dublin, Ireland.
Ting, C. (2018). Incidental anxiety enhances reinforcement learning for gains but not for losses. Poster session presented at Neuroeconomics Talks, Maastricht, Netherlands.
Ting, C. C., & Tseng, P. (2017). Loss aversion as a predictor of economic dishonesty. Poster session presented at International Cognitive Neuroscience Conference 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Ting, C.-C. (2019). Taiwan Scholarship program.
Talk / presentation
Ting, C.-C. (speaker) (27-10-2017). Incidental anxiety enhances reinforcement learning for gains but not for losses, Donders Discussion 2017, Nijmegen, Nijmegen.
Ting, C-C. (2021). Learning in affective contexts: The impact of incidental anxiety and outcome valence on decision-making and confidence. [details]
Ting, C. (14-12-2020). TingEtAl2020_RDMP_Chapter 4: The Neural Mechanisms of Confidence in Reward Learning and Punishment Learning. Universiteit van Amsterdam. https://doi.org/10.21942/uva.13372715.v1.