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Nucleus Accumbens Medicine & Life Sciences
Cocaine Medicine & Life Sciences
Neuronal Plasticity Medicine & Life Sciences
Reward Medicine & Life Sciences
Morphine Medicine & Life Sciences
Long-Term Potentiation Medicine & Life Sciences
Dopamine Medicine & Life Sciences
Pharmaceutical Preparations Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2005 2023

Research Output 1995 2018

1 Citations
Nucleus Accumbens
Decision Making
Reward
Automatic Data Processing
Synaptic Transmission

Beyond simple tests of value: Measuring addiction as a heterogeneous disease of computation-specific valuation processes

Sweis, B. M., Thomas, M. J. & Redish, D., Sep 1 2018, In : Learning and Memory. 25, 9, p. 501-512 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Decision Making
Memory Disorders
Learning Disorders
Brain
Automatic Data Processing

Endogenous dopamine and endocannabinoid signaling mediate cocaine-induced reversal of AMPAR synaptic potentiation in the nucleus accumbens shell

Ingebretson, A. E., Hearing, M. C., Huffington, E. D. & Thomas, M. J., Mar 15 2018, In : Neuropharmacology. 131, p. 154-165 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Endocannabinoids
Nucleus Accumbens
Cocaine
Dopamine
Long-Term Synaptic Depression

Extinction and Reinstatement of Cocaine-seeking in Self-administering Mice is Associated with Bidirectional AMPAR-mediated Plasticity in the Nucleus Accumbens Shell

Ebner, S. R., Larson, E. B., Hearing, M. C., Ingebretson, A. E. & Thomas, M. J., Aug 1 2018, In : Neuroscience. 384, p. 340-349 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Nucleus Accumbens
Cocaine
Synapses
Long-Term Synaptic Depression
Psychological Extinction
6 Citations

Membrane estrogen receptor signaling impacts the reward circuitry of the female brain to influence motivated behaviors

Tonn Eisinger, K. R., Larson, E. B., Boulware, M. I., Thomas, M. J. & Mermelstein, P. G., May 1 2018, In : Steroids. 133, p. 53-59 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Reward
Estrogen Receptors
Brain
Membranes
Nucleus Accumbens