RECENT PUBLICATIONS

RETRIEVAL-DEPENDENT MECHANISMS AFFECTING EMOTIONALMEMORY PERSISTENCE: RECONSOLIDATION, EXTINCTION, AND THE SPACE IN BETWEEN

Z Vaverková, AL Milton & E Merlo. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 14: 574358.

29th September 2020

TARGETING DRUG MEMORY RECONSOLIDATION: A NEURAL ANALYSIS.

U Taujanskaitė, EN Cahill & AL Milton. Current Opinion in Pharmacology 56: 7-12.

September 19th 2020

DISSOCIABLE DOPAMINERGIC AND PAVLOVIAN INFLUENCES IN GOAL-TRACKERS AND SIGN-TRACKERS ON A MODEL OF COMPULSIVE CHECKING IN OCD.

DM Eagle, C Schepisi, S Chugh, S Desai, SYS Han, T Huang, JJ Lee, C Sobala, W Ye, AL Milton & TW Robbins. Psychopharmacology 237: 3569-3581. 

September 4th 2020

CHECKING RESPONSES OF GOAL- AND SIGN-TRACKERS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTED BY THREAT IN A RODENT ANALOG OF OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER 

GH Vousden, S Paulcan, TW Robbins, DM Eagle & AL Milton. Learning & Memory 27: 190-200.

May 2020 

RETRIEVAL-EXTINCTION AND RELAPSE PREVENTION: REWRITING MALADAPTIVE DRUG MEMORIES?

EJ Kuijer, A Ferragud & AL Milton. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 14: 23.

20th February 2020 

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.

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

January 2019

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