Jeff R. Wickens

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OIST, Onna-son, Okinawa-ken, Japan 
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Basal Ganglia
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Ponzi A, Wickens J. (2022) Ramping activity in the striatum. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 16: 902741
Dorgans K, Guo D, Kurima K, et al. (2022) Designing AAV Vectors for Monitoring the Subtle Calcium Fluctuations of Inferior Olive Network . Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 16: 825056
Aggarwal M, Wickens JR. (2021) Behavioral determinants in the expression of the Kamin blocking effect: Implications for associative learning theory. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Aggarwal M, Wickens JR. (2020) Reward influences cortical representations: Commentary on the paper "The growth of cognition: free energy minimization and the embryogenesis of cortical computation" by Wright and Bourke. Physics of Life Reviews. 36: 3-4
Aggarwal M, Akamine Y, Liu AW, et al. (2020) The nucleus accumbens and inhibition in the ventral tegmental area play a causal role in the Kamin blocking effect. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Perk CG, Wickens JR, Hyland BI. (2020) Responses of putative medium spiny neurons and fast-spiking interneurons to reward-related sensory signals in Wistar and genetically hypertensive rats. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Furukawa E, Molina da Costa RQ, Bado P, et al. (2019) Methylphenidate modifies reward cue responses in adults with ADHD: An fMRI study. Neuropharmacology. 107833
Fuller JA, Burrell MH, Yee AG, et al. (2019) Role of homeostatic feedback mechanisms in modulating methylphenidate actions on phasic dopamine signaling in the striatum of awake behaving rats. Progress in Neurobiology. 101681
Mackay SM, Myint DMA, Easingwood RA, et al. (2019) Dynamic control of neurochemical release with ultrasonically-sensitive nanoshell-tethered liposomes Communications Chemistry. 2
Shindou T, Shindou M, Watanabe S, et al. (2018) A silent eligibility trace enables dopamine dependent synaptic plasticity for reinforcement learning in the mouse striatum. The European Journal of Neuroscience
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