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Pool, E.R.., Delplanque S., Coppin G., & Sander D. (In Press). Is Comfort Food Really Comforting? Mechanisms Underlying Stress-Induced Eating. Food Research International.
Coppin, G., Delplanque S., Bernard C., Cekic S., Porcherot C., Cayeux I., et al. (2014). Choice Both Affects and Reflects Preferences. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 67(7), 1415-1427.
Coppin, G. (2014). Unconscious influences of, not just on, decision-making. [Commentary] Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37, 24-25.
Oud, B., & Coppin G. (2012). Extending the study of decision values to cases where options are presented using different sensory modalities. (Journal Club). Journal of Neuroscience.. 32(7), 2248-2249.
Brosch, T., Coppin G., Schwartz S., & Sander D. (2012). The importance of actions and the worth of an object: dissociable neural systems representing core value and economic value. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 7, 497-505.
Coppin, G., & Sander D. (2011). The flexibility of chemosensory preferences. (Dolan, R. J., & Sharot T., Ed.).The neuroscience of preference and choice. 257-275.
Coppin, G., Delplanque S., Cayeux I., Porcherot C., & Sander D. (2010). I'm no longer torn after choice: How explicit choices implicitly shape preferences of odors. Psychological Science. 21(4), 489-493.