Yann Pelloux

Affiliations: 
Experimental Psychology University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Addiction
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Pelloux Y, Giorla E, Montanari C, et al. (2019) Social modulation of drug use and drug addiction. Neuropharmacology
Montanari C, Giorla E, Pelloux Y, et al. (2018) Subthalamic nucleus mediates the modulation on cocaine self-administration induced by ultrasonic vocalization playback in rats. Addiction Biology
Pelloux Y, Degoulet M, Tiran-Cappello A, et al. (2018) Subthalamic nucleus high frequency stimulation prevents and reverses escalated cocaine use. Molecular Psychiatry
Pelloux Y, Baunez C. (2017) Targeting the subthalamic nucleus in a preclinical model of alcohol use disorder. Psychopharmacology
Breysse E, Pelloux Y, Baunez C. (2015) The Good and Bad Differentially Encoded within the Subthalamic Nucleus in Rats(1,2,3). Eneuro. 2
Pelloux Y, Baunez C. (2015) [Surgical strategy to rescue the addicts]. MéDecine Sciences : M/S. 31: 674-9
Pelloux Y, Costentin J, Duterte-Boucher D. (2015) Differential involvement of anxiety and novelty preference levels on oral ethanol consumption in rats. Psychopharmacology. 232: 2711-21
Pelloux Y, Murray JE, Everitt BJ. (2015) Differential vulnerability to the punishment of cocaine related behaviours: effects of locus of punishment, cocaine taking history and alternative reinforcer availability. Psychopharmacology. 232: 125-34
Pelloux Y, Meffre J, Giorla E, et al. (2014) The subthalamic nucleus keeps you high on emotion: behavioral consequences of its inactivation. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 8: 414
Murray JE, Dilleen R, Pelloux Y, et al. (2014) Increased impulsivity retards the transition to dorsolateral striatal dopamine control of cocaine seeking. Biological Psychiatry. 76: 15-22
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