Bolenz, F., Kool, W., Reiter, A.M.F., Eppinger, B. (2019) Meta-control of learning strategies in human aging. eLife, 8:e49154.
Reiter, A. M. F., Suzuki, S., O'Doherty, J. P., Li, S.-C., & Eppinger, B. (2019). Risk contagion by peers affects learning and decision-making in adolescents. JEP; General, 148(9):1494-1504.
Rodriguez-Buritica, J. M., Heekeren, H. R., Li, S.-C., & Eppinger, B. (2018). Developmental differences in the neural dynamics of observational learning. Neuropsychologia, 119: 12-23
Eppinger, B., Heekeren, H. R., & Li, S.-C. (2018). Adult age and individual differences in intertemporal choice under subjective decision conflict. Cerebral Cortex, 28: 3764–3774
van den Bos,W., Bruckner, R., Nassar, M. R., Mata, R., & Eppinger, B. (in press). Computational Neuroscience across the Lifespan: promises and pitfalls. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
Eppinger, B., Walter, M., & Li, S.-C. (2017). Electrophysiological correlates reflect the integration of model-based and model-free decision information. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience.
Nassar, M. R., Bruckner, R., & Eppinger,B. (2016). What do we GANE with age? Behavioral and Brain Sciences (commentary on Mather, M.,Clewett, D., Sasaki M., & Harley C.W.).
Nassar, M. R., Bruckner, R., Gold, J. I., Li, S.-C., Heekeren, H. R.,& Eppinger, B. (2016). Age differences in learning emerge from an insufficient representation of uncertainty in older adults. Nature Communications, 7, 1-13.
van den Bos, W., & Eppinger,B. (2016). Developing developmental cognitive neuroscience: From agenda setting to hypothesis testing. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 17,138-144.
Eppinger, B, Heekeren, HR, Li, S-C (2015) Age-related prefrontal impairments implicate deficient prediction of future reward. Neurobiology of Aging 36:2380-2390.
Eppinger, B., Schuck, N.W., Nystrom, L.E., Cohen, J.D. (2013) Reduced striatal responses to reward prediction errors in older compared to younger adults. Journal of Neuroscience 33:9905-9912.
Haemmerer, D., & Eppinger, B. (2012). Dopaminergic and prefrontal contributions to reward-based learning and outcome monitoring during child development and aging. Developmental Psychology, 48, 862-874.