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Post-doc Researcher

Alan Sanfey

Principal Investigator

André Klapper

Post-doc Researcher

Linda Couwenberg

PhD Student

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Ili is a postdoctoral researcher at the Donders Institute for Brain Cognition and Behavior at the Radboud University. Her work currently focusses on neural mechanisms of information sampling strategies in social decision-making, specifically trust decisions. She is interested in links between social decision-making, developmental neuroscience, and (computational) psychiatry. She uses neuroimaging (fMRI), psychopharmacology, and computational modelling. 

Journal Publications

In addition, Ili is currently involved in collaborations including: peer influences on (neuro)development (, and decision-making under scarcity in the Decision Neuroscience Lab.

de Water, E., Mies, G. W., Ma, I., Mennes, M., Cillessen, A.H.N., & Scheres, A. (2017).

Neural responses to social exclusion in adolescents: effects of peer status. Cortex, 92, 32-43.

Ma, I., Mies, G. W., Rommelse, N., Buitelaar, J., Cillessen, A.H.N., & Scheres, A. (2017).

Does an attention bias to appetitive and aversive words modulate interference control in youth with ADHD? Child Neuropsychology, 1-17.

Civai, C., & Ma, I. (2017).

The enhancement of social norm compliance: prospects and caveats. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, 1, 26-30.

Ma, I., Mies, G. W., Rommelse, N., Buitelaar, J., Cillessen, A.H.N., & Scheres, A. (2017).

Decision-making in social contexts in youth with ADHD. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 26, 335-344.

Ma, I., van Holstein, M., Mies, G. W., Mennes, M., Buitelaar, J., Cillessen, A.H.N., Cools, R., & Scheres, A. (2016).

Ventral striatal hyperconnectivity during rewarded interference control in adolescents with ADHD. Cortex, 82, 225-236.

Ma, I., van Duijvenvoorde, A.C.K., & Scheres, A. (2016).

The interaction between reinforcement and inhibitory control in children and adolescents with ADHD: a review and
research guidelines, Clinical Psychology Review, 44, 94-111.

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