Meg Waraczynski

U. Wisconsin, Whitewater, Whitewater, WI, United States 
brain stimulation
"Meg Waraczynski"
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Waraczynski M, Abbott S, Schultz AV. (2016) CaV1.3 channel blockade in the extended amygdala has a delayed effect on the reward efficacy of medial forebrain bundle stimulation. Behavioural Brain Research
Waraczynski M, Kuehn L, Schmid E, et al. (2015) Comparison of the effects on brain stimulation reward of D1 blockade or D2 stimulation combined with AMPA blockade in the extended amygdala and nucleus accumbens. Behavioural Brain Research. 278: 337-41
Waraczynski M, Zwifelhofer W, Kuehn L. (2012) Brain stimulation reward is altered by affecting dopamine-glutamate interactions in the central extended amygdala. Neuroscience. 224: 1-14
Waraczynski M, Salemme J, Farral B. (2010) Brain stimulation reward is affected by D2 dopamine receptor manipulations in the extended amygdala but not the nucleus accumbens. Behavioural Brain Research. 208: 626-35
Waraczynski M. (2008) GABA receptor agonism in the sublenticular central extended amygdala impairs medial forebrain bundle self-stimulation but GABA blockade does not enhance it. Behavioural Brain Research. 187: 396-404
Waraczynski M. (2007) Muscimol inactivation of the septo-preoptic complex affects medial forebrain bundle self-stimulation only when directed at the complex's ventrolateral components. Behavioural Brain Research. 178: 98-107
Waraczynski M, Demco C. (2006) Lidocaine inactivation of the ventral pallidum affects responding for brain stimulation reward more than it affects the stimulation's reward value. Behavioural Brain Research. 173: 288-98
Waraczynski MA. (2006) The central extended amygdala network as a proposed circuit underlying reward valuation. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 30: 472-96
Waraczynski M. (2003) Lidocaine inactivation demonstrates a stronger role for central versus medial extended amygdala in medial forebrain bundle self-stimulation. Brain Research. 962: 180-98
Acheson A, Waraczynski M, Perkins M. (2000) Lesions and inactivation implicate dorsolateral hindbrain in MFB self-stimulation. Physiology & Behavior. 71: 159-71
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