Brandon S. Bentzley

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2014 Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, United States 
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decision, reward
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Gary Aston-Jones grad student 2014 MUSC
 (Evaluating the role of the subthalamic nucleus in addiction through the lens of economic demand.)
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Freeman LR, Bentzley BS, James MH, et al. (2020) Sex Differences in Demand for Highly Palatable Foods: Role of the Orexin System. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology
Levis SC, Bentzley BS, Molet J, et al. (2019) On the early life origins of vulnerability to opioid addiction. Molecular Psychiatry
Pantazis CB, James MH, Bentzley BS, et al. (2019) The number of lateral hypothalamus orexin/hypocretin neurons contributes to individual differences in cocaine demand. Addiction Biology. e12795
Mahler SV, Brodnik ZD, Cox BM, et al. (2018) Chemogenetic Manipulations of Ventral Tegmental Area Dopamine Neurons Reveal Multifaceted Roles in Cocaine Abuse. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Cox BM, Bentzley BS, Regen-Tuero H, et al. (2016) Oxytocin Acts in Nucleus Accumbens to Attenuate Methamphetamine Seeking and Demand. Biological Psychiatry
Williams NR, Bentzley BS, Sahlem GL, et al. (2016) Unilateral ultra-brief pulse electroconvulsive therapy for depression in Parkinson's disease. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica
Bentzley BS, Aston-Jones G. (2016) Inhibiting subthalamic nucleus decreases cocaine demand and relapse: therapeutic potential. Addiction Biology
Porter-Stransky KA, Bentzley BS, Aston-Jones G. (2015) Individual differences in orexin-I receptor modulation of motivation for the opioid remifentanil. Addiction Biology
Bentzley BS, Barth KS, Back SE, et al. (2015) Patient perspectives associated with intended duration of buprenorphine maintenance therapy. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
Bentzley BS, Aston-Jones G. (2015) Orexin-1 receptor signaling increases motivation for cocaine-associated cues. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 41: 1149-56
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