James R. Stellar

Affiliations: 
Northeastern University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Reward, motivation, addiction
Website:
http://www.psych.neu.edu/stellar/index.php
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Reed MD, Hildebrand DG, Santangelo G, et al. (2015) Assessing contributions of nucleus accumbens shell subregions to reward-seeking behavior. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 153: 369-73
Bodnar RJ, Stellar JR, Kraft TT, et al. (2013) Pleasure and pain: teaching neuroscientific principles of hedonism in a large general education undergraduate course. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education : June : a Publication of Fun, Faculty For Undergraduate Neuroscience. 12: A34-41
Johnson TR, Smerkers B, Moulder JK, et al. (2013) Neural processing of a cocaine-associated odor cue revealed by functional MRI in awake rats. Neuroscience Letters. 534: 160-5
Stellar J. (2012) Quo Vadis behavioral neuroscience: a Festschrift for Philip Teitelbaum. Preface Behavioural Brain Research. 231: 233
Bachus SE, Pellis SM, Rowland NE, et al. (2012) Introduction to Quo Vadis behavioral neuroscience: a Festschrift for Philip Teitelbaum. Behavioural Brain Research. 231: 231-2
Stellar J. (2012) Preface Behavioural Brain Research. 231: 233
Donovan T, Porter R, Stellar J. (2010) Experiencing success: Some strategies for planning the program New Directions For Teaching and Learning. 89-94
Hildebrand DG, Knudsen DP, Hesse GW, et al. (2009) A flexible system for hands-free intracranial microinjection. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 185: 62-5
Brenhouse HC, Howe ML, Stellar JR. (2007) Differential activation of cAMP response element binding protein in discrete nucleus accumbens subregions during early and late cocaine sensitization. Behavioral Neuroscience. 121: 212-7
Brenhouse HC, Montalto S, Stellar JR. (2006) Electrolytic lesions of a discrete area within the nucleus accumbens shell attenuate the long-term expression, but not early phase, of sensitization to cocaine. Behavioural Brain Research. 170: 219-23
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