Mehdi Khamassi

Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics CNRS / UPMC - ISIR 
Decision-making, reinforcement learning, prefrontal cortex, striatum, computational modelling, neurophysiology
"Mehdi Khamassi"
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Wittmann MK, Fouragnan E, Folloni D, et al. (2020) Global reward state affects learning and activity in raphe nucleus and anterior insula in monkeys. Nature Communications. 11: 3771
Schut EHS, Alonso A, Smits S, et al. (2020) The Object Space Task reveals increased expression of cumulative memory in a mouse model of Kleefstra Syndrome. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 107265
Khamassi M, Girard B. (2020) Modeling awake hippocampal reactivations with model-based bidirectional search. Biological Cybernetics
Cinotti F, Marchand AR, Roesch MR, et al. (2019) Impacts of inter-trial interval duration on a computational model of sign-tracking vs. goal-tracking behaviour. Psychopharmacology
Genzel L, Schut E, Schröder T, et al. (2019) The object space task shows cumulative memory expression in both mice and rats. Plos Biology. 17: e3000322
Cinotti F, Fresno V, Aklil N, et al. (2019) Dopamine blockade impairs the exploration-exploitation trade-off in rats. Scientific Reports. 9: 6770
Chatila R, Renaudo E, Andries M, et al. (2018) Toward Self-Aware Robots. Frontiers in Robotics and Ai. 5: 88
Bavard S, Lebreton M, Khamassi M, et al. (2018) Reference-point centering and range-adaptation enhance human reinforcement learning at the cost of irrational preferences. Nature Communications. 9: 4503
Cazé R, Khamassi M, Aubin L, et al. (2018) Hippocampal replays under the scrutiny of reinforcement learning models. Journal of Neurophysiology
Lee B, Gentry RN, Bissonette GB, et al. (2018) Manipulating the revision of reward value during the intertrial interval increases sign tracking and dopamine release. Plos Biology. 16: e2004015
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