Sebastien Bouret

Affiliations: 
National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
 CNRS, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Area:
Behavioral neuroscience, Neuromodulation
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Perez P, Chavret-Reculon E, Ravassard P, et al. (2022) Using Inhibitory DREADDs to Silence LC Neurons in Monkeys. Brain Sciences. 12
Bornert P, Bouret S. (2021) Locus coeruleus neurons encode the subjective difficulty of triggering and executing actions. Plos Biology. 19: e3001487
Hori Y, Nagai Y, Mimura K, et al. (2021) D1- and D2-like receptors differentially mediate the effects of dopaminergic transmission on cost-benefit evaluation and motivation in monkeys. Plos Biology. 19: e3001055
Borderies N, Bornert P, Gilardeau S, et al. (2020) Pharmacological evidence for the implication of noradrenaline in effort. Plos Biology. 18: e3000793
Poe GR, Foote S, Eschenko O, et al. (2020) Locus coeruleus: a new look at the blue spot. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
Jahn CI, Varazzani C, Sallet J, et al. (2020) Noradrenergic But Not Dopaminergic Neurons Signal Task State Changes and Predict Reengagement After a Failure. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Walton ME, Bouret S. (2018) What Is the Relationship between Dopamine and Effort? Trends in Neurosciences
Jahn CI, Gilardeau S, Varazzani C, et al. (2018) Correction to: Dual contributions of noradrenaline to behavioural flexibility and motivation. Psychopharmacology
Jahn CI, Gilardeau S, Varazzani C, et al. (2018) Dual contributions of noradrenaline to behavioural flexibility and motivation. Psychopharmacology
La Camera G, Bouret S, Richmond BJ. (2018) Contributions of Lateral and Orbital Frontal Regions to Abstract Rule Acquisition and Reversal in Monkeys. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 165
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