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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

FEAR NOT: RECENT ADVANCES IN UNDERSTANDING THE NEURAL BASIS OF FEAR MEMORIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT DEVELOPMENT.

AL Milton. F1000Research 8:F1000 Faculty Reviews-1948.

21st November 2019

THE ROLE OF PREDICTION ERROR AND MEMORY DESTABILIZATION IN EXTINCTION OF CUED-FEAR WITHIN THE RECONSOLIDATION WINDOW.

EN Cahill, MA Wood, BJ Everitt & AL Milton. Neuropsychopharmacology 44(10): 1762-1768.

September 2019

NEUROCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE RETRIEVAL-EXTINCTION EFFECT.

January 2019

EN Cahill & AL Milton. Psychopharmacology 236(1): 111-132.

A RE-EXAMINATION OF RESPONDING ON RATIO AND REGULATED-PROBABILITY INTERVAL SCHEDULES.

November 2018

OD Pérez, MRF Aitken, AL Milton & A Dickinson. Learning and Motivation 64: 1-8.

RECONSOLIDATION BLOCKADE FOR THE TREATMENT OF ADDICTION: CHALLENGES, NEW TARGETS, AND OPPORTUNITIES.

MTJ Exton-McGuinness & AL Milton. Learning & Memory 25(9): 492-500.

August 16th 2018

A NOVEL RETRIEVAL-DEPENDENT MEMORY PROCESS REVEALED BY THE ARREST OF ERK1/2 ACTIVATION IN THE BASOLATERAL AMYGDALA.

E Merlo, AL Milton & BJ Everitt. The Journal of Neuroscience 38(13): 3199-3207.

March 28th 2018

SACCHARIN FADING IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE ACQUISITION OF ALCOHOL SELF-ADMINISTRATION, AND CAN ALTER THE DYNAMICS OF CUE-ALCOHOL MEMORY RECONSOLIDATION.

M Puaud, Z Ossowska, J Barnard & AL Milton. Psychopharmacology 235(4): 1069-1082.

April 2018

OF MICE AND MENTAL HEALTH: FACILITATING DIALOGUE AND SEEING FURTHER.

AL Milton & EA Holmes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 373(1742) pii: 20170022.

19th March 2018