Alexandra G. DiFeliceantonio

Affiliations: 
Biopsychology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
Motivation, opioid peptides, incentive salience, obesity
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Daniel Gottlieb research assistant University of Michigan
Kent  C. Berridge grad student 2008-2013 University of Michigan
 (Striatal amplifiers of incentive salience.)
Dana M. Small post-doc 2013- Yale
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Wall KM, Farruggia MC, Perszyk EE, et al. (2020) No evidence for an association between obesity and milkshake liking. International Journal of Obesity (2005)
Small DM, DiFeliceantonio AG. (2019) Processed foods and food reward. Science (New York, N.Y.). 363: 346-347
DiFeliceantonio AG, Small DM. (2019) Dopamine and diet-induced obesity. Nature Neuroscience. 22: 1-2
Thanarajah SE, Backes H, DiFeliceantonio AG, et al. (2018) Food Intake Recruits Orosensory and Post-ingestive Dopaminergic Circuits to Affect Eating Desire in Humans. Cell Metabolism
DiFeliceantonio AG, Coppin G, Rigoux L, et al. (2018) Supra-Additive Effects of Combining Fat and Carbohydrate on Food Reward. Cell Metabolism
DiFeliceantonio AG, Berridge KC. (2016) Dorsolateral neostriatum contribution to incentive salience: Opioid or dopamine stimulation makes one reward cue more motivationally attractive than another. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Richard JM, Castro DC, Difeliceantonio AG, et al. (2013) Mapping brain circuits of reward and motivation: in the footsteps of Ann Kelley. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 37: 1919-31
DiFeliceantonio AG, Mabrouk OS, Kennedy RT, et al. (2012) Enkephalin surges in dorsal neostriatum as a signal to eat. Current Biology : Cb. 22: 1918-24
DiFeliceantonio AG, Berridge KC. (2012) Which cue to 'want'? Opioid stimulation of central amygdala makes goal-trackers show stronger goal-tracking, just as sign-trackers show stronger sign-tracking. Behavioural Brain Research. 230: 399-408
McGinty VB, Hayden BY, Heilbronner SR, et al. (2011) Emerging, reemerging, and forgotten brain areas of the reward circuit: Notes from the 2010 Motivational Neural Networks conference. Behavioural Brain Research. 225: 348-57
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