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Psychology: investigating cognition with Open Access research...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers within the School of Psychological Sciences & Health, including those based in Psychology.

Research at Psychology includes those working within cognition, exploring neuropsychology, attention, perception, affect and language using techniques such as neuroimaging, electroencephalography (EEG) and motion capture.

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2013

Dombrowski, Patricia A. and Maia, Tiago V. and Boschen, Suelen L. and Bortolanza, Mariza and Wendler, Etieli and Schwarting, Rainer K. W. and Brandao, Marcus Lira and Winn, Philip and Blaha, Charles D. and Da Cunha, Claudio (2013) Evidence that conditioned avoidance responses are reinforced by positive prediction errors signaled by tonic striatal dopamine. Behavioural Brain Research, 241. pp. 112-119. ISSN 1872-7549

2012

Wietzikoski, Evellyn Claudia and Boschen, Suelen Lúcio and Miyoshi, Edmar and Bortolanza, Mariza and Dos Santos, Lucélia Mendes and Frank, Michael and Brandão, Marcus Lira and Winn, Philip and Da Cunha, Claudio (2012) Roles of D1-like dopamine receptors in the nucleus accumbens and dorsolateral striatum in conditioned avoidance responses. Psychopharmacology, 219 (1). pp. 159-169.

2010

Bortolanza, Mariza and Wietzikoski, Evellyn C and Boschen, Suelen L and Dombrowski, Patricia A and Latimer, Mary and Maclaren, Duncan and Winn, Philip and Da Cunha, Claudio (2010) Functional disconnection of the substantia nigra pars compacta from the pedunculopontine nucleus impairs learning of a conditioned avoidance task. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 94 (2). pp. 229-39.

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