Andrea Bari, Ph.D.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
cognition, executive functions, psychopharmacology
"Andrea Bari"
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Bari A, Xu S, Pignatelli M, et al. (2020) Differential attentional control mechanisms by two distinct noradrenergic coeruleo-frontal cortical pathways. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Bari A, Kellermann TS, Studer B. (2016) Impulsiveness and Inhibitory Mechanisms Neuroimaging Personality, Social Cognition, and Character. 113-136
Bari A, Dec A, Lee AW, et al. (2015) Enhanced inhibitory control by neuropeptide Y Y5 receptor blockade in rats. Psychopharmacology. 232: 959-73
Bari A, Robbins TW. (2013) Inhibition and impulsivity: behavioral and neural basis of response control. Progress in Neurobiology. 108: 44-79
Bari A, Robbins TW. (2013) Noradrenergic versus dopaminergic modulation of impulsivity, attention and monitoring behaviour in rats performing the stop-signal task: possible relevance to ADHD. Psychopharmacology. 230: 89-111
Bari A, Aston-Jones G. (2013) Atomoxetine modulates spontaneous and sensory-evoked discharge of locus coeruleus noradrenergic neurons. Neuropharmacology. 64: 53-64
Gilmour G, Arguello A, Bari A, et al. (2013) Measuring the construct of executive control in schizophrenia: defining and validating translational animal paradigms for discovery research. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 37: 2125-40
Bari A, Mar AC, Theobald DE, et al. (2011) Prefrontal and monoaminergic contributions to stop-signal task performance in rats. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 9254-63
Bari A, Robbins TW. (2011) Animal models of ADHD. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences. 7: 149-85
Bari A, Robbins TW, Dalley JW. (2011) Impulsivity Neuromethods. 53: 379-401
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