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Barch D. on NEWS: Study Probes Brain Circuitry of Anhedonia, Ferenczi and colleagues performed a series of elegant and informative experiments that... 11 Jan 2016. 

Barch D. on PAPER: Green MF. et al., 2015, Green and colleagues have provided an outstanding review of the extent literature on intact... 30 Dec 2015. 

Barch D, Culbreth A. on PAPER: Deserno L. et al., 2015, Impairments in paradigms that measure reinforcement learning (RL) have been widely associated... 10 Feb 2015. 

Barch D, Eisenstein S. on PAPER: Grimm O. et al., 2014, The search for an intermediate phenotype that is reliably elicited in healthy relatives of... 22 May 2014. 

Barch D. on PAPER: Wang M. et al., 2013, The recent publication by Wang and colleagues provides thought-provoking data about the role... 19 Mar 2013. 

Barch D. on NEWS: Working Memory Findings Defy What Theories Imply, Mechanisms of Capacity Limitations in Working Memory Gold and colleagues have provided an... 13 Jul 2010. 

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