Alba Mustaca

Affiliations: 
Facultad de Psicología Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Area:
frustration, succesive negative contrast, psychology
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Psyrdellis M, Pautassi RM, Mustaca A, et al. (2016) Cholinergic transmission underlies modulation of frustration by open field exposure. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 140: 8-16
Cuenya L, Mustaca A, Kamenetzky G. (2015) Postweaning isolation affects responses to incentive contrast in adulthood. Developmental Psychobiology. 57: 177-88
Kamenetzky GV, Suárez AB, Pautassi RM, et al. (2015) Change in the hedonic value of an aversive stimulus in the presence of a pre-exposed odor. Physiology & Behavior. 148: 51-7
Justel N, Psyrdellis M, Pautassi RM, et al. (2014) Propranolol reverses open field effects on frustration. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 116: 105-11
Suárez AB, Mustaca AE, Pautassi RM, et al. (2014) Ontogeny of consummatory successive negative contrast in rats. Developmental Psychobiology. 56: 989-98
Justel N, Pautassi R, Mustaca A. (2014) Proactive interference of open field on consummatory successive negative contrast. Learning & Behavior. 42: 58-68
Lopez Seal MF, Cuenya L, Suarez AB, et al. (2013) Consummatory suppression due to incentive downshift is not a consequence of enhanced search behavior. Behavioural Processes. 98: 69-71
Jakovcevic A, Elgier AM, Mustaca AE, et al. (2013) Frustration behaviors in domestic dogs. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science : Jaaws. 16: 19-34
Justel N, Ruetti E, Bentosela M, et al. (2012) Effects of testosterone administration and gonadectomy on incentive downshift and open field activity in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 106: 657-63
Jakovcevic A, Mustaca A, Bentosela M. (2012) Do more sociable dogs gaze longer to the human face than less sociable ones? Behavioural Processes. 90: 217-22
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