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Top 20 Articles, Since 2003 (publication date of the domain article)

1. Pleasure, the common currency of emotions.

Ramirez JM, Cabanac M.

Ann N Y Acad Sci; 2003 Dec;1000:293-5.

2. For love or money: a common neural currency for social and monetary reward.

Saxe R, Haushofer J.

Neuron; 2008 Apr 24;58(2):164-5.

3. A common neurobiology for pain and pleasure.

Leknes S, Tracey I.

Nat Rev Neurosci; 2008 Apr;9(4):314-20.

4. [Emotions and affect in psychoanalysisis].

Carton S, Widlöcher D.

Geriatr Psychol Neuropsychiatr Vieil; 2012 Jun;10(2):177-86.

5. Empathizing with basic emotions: common and discrete neural substrates.

Chakrabarti B, Bullmore E, Baron-Cohen S.

Soc Neurosci; 2006;1(3-4):364-84.

6. Pleasure to play, arousal to stay: the effect of player emotions on digital game preferences and playing time.

Poels K, van den Hoogen W, Ijsselsteijn W, de Kort Y.

Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw; 2012 Jan;15(1):1-6.

7. Reading Zolotov: a source of knowledge, inspiration and pleasure--thoughts and emotions on the eve of the 80th jubilee of Academician Yuri Aleksandrovich Zolotov.

Tsalev DL.

Talanta; 2012 Dec 15;102:2-6.

8. Perceived vulnerability as a common basis of moral emotions.

Dijker AJ.

Br J Soc Psychol; 2010 Jun;49(Pt 2):415-23.

9. A common currency for the computation of motivational values in the human striatum.

Sescousse G, Li Y, Dreher JC.

Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci; 2015 Apr;10(4):467-73.

10. Beyond pleasure: emotion activity affects the relationship between attitudes and behavior.

Seitz SJ, Lord CG, Taylor CA.

Pers Soc Psychol Bull; 2007 Jul;33(7):933-47.

11. [Pleasure: Neurobiological conception and Freudian conception].

Chenu A, Tassin JP.

Encephale; 2014 Apr;40(2):100-7.

12. Selfish goals must compete for the common currency of reward.

Ainslie G.

Behav Brain Sci; 2014 Apr;37(2):135-6.

13. Levels of valence.

Shuman V, Sander D, Scherer KR.

Front Psychol; 2013;4:261.

14. Emotions of "higher" cognition.

Perlovsky L.

Behav Brain Sci; 2012 Jun;35(3):157-8.

15. Pleasure: from onthogenesis to addiction.

Margaron H.

Subst Use Misuse; 2004 Jul;39(9):1423-34.

16. The root of all value: a neural common currency for choice.

Levy DJ, Glimcher PW.

Curr Opin Neurobiol; 2012 Dec;22(6):1027-38.

17. Functional overlap of top-down emotion regulation and generation: an fMRI study identifying common neural substrates between cognitive reappraisal and cognitively generated emotions.

Otto B, Misra S, Prasad A, McRae K.

Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci; 2014 Sep;14(3):923-38.

18. Quantification of growth-defense trade-offs in a common currency: nitrogen required for phenolamide biosynthesis is not derived from ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase turnover.

Ullmann-Zeunert L, Stanton MA, Wielsch N, Bartram S, Hummert C, Svatoš A, Baldwin IT, Groten K.

Plant J; 2013 Aug;75(3):417-29.

19. [Recreational drugs: the complication's pleasure?].

Joye F, Donzé N, Frochaux V, Niquille M, Selz Amaudruz F.

Rev Med Suisse; 2013 Aug 14;9(394):1454-60.

20. Pleasure and addiction.

Kennett J, Matthews S, Snoek A.

Front Psychiatry; 2013;4:117.