Andrew T. Marshall

Affiliations: 
University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Area:
Behavioral neuroscience, decision making, interval timing
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Halbout B, Marshall AT, Azimi A, et al. (2019) Mesolimbic dopamine projections mediate cue-motivated reward seeking but not reward retrieval in rats. Elife. 8
Kirkpatrick K, Marshall AT, Steele CC, et al. (2018) Resurrecting the individual in behavioral analysis: Using mixed effects models to address nonsystematic discounting data. Behavior Analysis (Washington, D.C.). 18: 219-238
Marshall AT, Ostlund SB. (2018) Repeated cocaine exposure dysregulates cognitive control over cue-evoked reward-seeking behavior during Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 25: 399-409
Stuebing SL, Marshall AT, Triplett A, et al. (2018) Females in the forefront: time-based intervention effects on impulsive choice and interval timing in female rats. Animal Cognition
Marshall AT, Halbout B, Liu AT, et al. (2018) Contributions of Pavlovian incentive motivation to cue-potentiated feeding. Scientific Reports. 8: 2766
Steele CC, Peterson JR, Marshall AT, et al. (2017) Nucleus accumbens core lesions induce sub-optimal choice and reduce sensitivity to magnitude and delay in impulsive choice tasks. Behavioural Brain Research
Marshall AT, Kirkpatrick K. (2017) Reinforcement learning models of risky choice and the promotion of risk-taking by losses disguised as wins in rats. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 43: 262-279
Marshall AT, Liu AT, Murphy NP, et al. (2017) Sex-specific enhancement of palatability-driven feeding in adolescent rats. Plos One. 12: e0180907
Wang MZ, Marshall AT, Kirkpatrick K. (2017) Differential effects of social and novelty enrichment on individual differences in impulsivity and behavioral flexibility. Behavioural Brain Research
Marshall AT, Kirkpatrick K. (2016) Accumbens D2: Raters of the Loss Outcome. Learning & Behavior
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