Melissa Sharpe

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Neuroscience University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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Sharpe MJ, Batchelor HM, Mueller LE, et al. (2021) Past experience shapes the neural circuits recruited for future learning. Nature Neuroscience
Mueller LE, Sharpe MJ, Stalnaker TA, et al. (2020) Prior cocaine use alters the normal evolution of information coding in striatal ensembles during value-guided decision making. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Hart EE, Sharpe MJ, Gardner MP, et al. (2020) Responding to preconditioned cues is devaluation sensitive and requires orbitofrontal cortex during cue-cue learning. Elife. 9
Maes EJP, Sharpe MJ, Usypchuk AA, et al. (2020) Causal evidence supporting the proposal that dopamine transients function as temporal difference prediction errors. Nature Neuroscience
Sharpe MJ, Batchelor HM, Mueller LE, et al. (2020) Dopamine transients do not act as model-free prediction errors during associative learning. Nature Communications. 11: 106
Sharpe MJ, Killcross S. (2018) Modulation of attention and action in the medial prefrontal cortex of rats. Psychological Review. 125: 822-843
Sharpe MJ, Stalnaker T, Schuck NW, et al. (2018) An Integrated Model of Action Selection: Distinct Modes of Cortical Control of Striatal Decision Making. Annual Review of Psychology
Sharpe MJ, Chang CY, Liu MA, et al. (2018) Author Correction: Dopamine transients are sufficient and necessary for acquisition of model-based associations. Nature Neuroscience
Sharpe MJ, Schoenbaum G. (2017) Evaluation of the hypothesis that phasic dopamine constitutes a cached-value signal. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Langdon AJ, Sharpe MJ, Schoenbaum G, et al. (2017) Model-based predictions for dopamine. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 49: 1-7
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