Kent C. Berridge

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
"Kent Berridge"
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Cole SL, Robinson MJF, Berridge KC. (2018) Optogenetic self-stimulation in the nucleus accumbens: D1 reward versus D2 ambivalence. Plos One. 13: e0207694
Mitchell MR, Berridge KC, Mahler SV. (2018) Endocannabinoid-Enhanced "Liking" in Nucleus Accumbens Shell Hedonic Hotspot Requires Endogenous Opioid Signals. Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research. 3: 166-170
Olney JJ, Warlow SM, Naffziger EE, et al. (2018) Current perspectives on incentive salience and applications to clinical disorders. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 22: 59-69
Castro DC, Berridge KC. (2017) Opioid and orexin hedonic hotspots in rat orbitofrontal cortex and insula. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114: E9125-E9134
Warlow SM, Robinson MJF, Berridge KC. (2017) Optogenetic central amygdala stimulation intensifies and narrows motivation for cocaine. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Badiani A, Berridge KC, Heilig M, et al. (2017) Addiction research and theory: a commentary on the Surgeon General's Report on alcohol, drugs, and health. Addiction Biology
Berridge KC, Robinson TE. (2016) Liking, wanting, and the incentive-sensitization theory of addiction. The American Psychologist. 71: 670-679
Song C, Berridge KC, Kalueff AV. (2016) 'Stressing' rodent self-grooming for neuroscience research. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
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
Castro DC, Terry RA, Berridge KC. (2016) Orexin in Rostral Hotspot of Nucleus Accumbens Enhances Sucrose 'Liking' and Intake but Scopolamine in Caudal Shell Shifts 'Liking' Toward 'Disgust' and 'Fear'. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
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