Vedran Lovic

Psychology Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Addiction, Dopamine, Reward
"Vedran Lovic"
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Hynes TJ, Thomas CS, Zumbusch AS, et al. (2017) Early life adversity potentiates expression of addiction-related traits. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry
Singer BF, Guptaroy B, Austin CJ, et al. (2015) Individual Variation in Incentive Salience Attribution and Accumbens Dopamine Transporter Expression and Function. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Lovic V, Fleming AS. (2015) Propagation of maternal behavior across generations is associated with changes in non-maternal cognitive and behavioral processes. Behavioural Processes. 117: 42-7
Vander Weele CM, Porter-Stransky KA, Mabrouk OS, et al. (2014) Rapid dopamine transmission within the nucleus accumbens: dramatic difference between morphine and oxycodone delivery. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 40: 3041-54
Fitzpatrick CJ, Gopalakrishnan S, Cogan ES, et al. (2013) Variation in the form of Pavlovian conditioned approach behavior among outbred male Sprague-Dawley rats from different vendors and colonies: sign-tracking vs. goal-tracking. Plos One. 8: e75042
Lovic V, Belay H, Walker CD, et al. (2013) Early postnatal experience and DRD2 genotype affect dopamine receptor expression in the rat ventral striatum. Behavioural Brain Research. 237: 278-82
Meyer PJ, Lovic V, Saunders BT, et al. (2012) Quantifying individual variation in the propensity to attribute incentive salience to reward cues. Plos One. 7: e38987
Porter-Stransky KA, Wescott SA, Hershman M, et al. (2011) Cocaine must enter the brain to evoke unconditioned dopamine release within the nucleus accumbens shell. Neuroscience Letters. 504: 13-7
Lovic V, Keen D, Fletcher PJ, et al. (2011) Early-life maternal separation and social isolation produce an increase in impulsive action but not impulsive choice. Behavioral Neuroscience. 125: 481-91
Lovic V, Saunders BT, Yager LM, et al. (2011) Rats prone to attribute incentive salience to reward cues are also prone to impulsive action. Behavioural Brain Research. 223: 255-61
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