Mercè Correa mainly focuses on Nucleus accumbens, Neuroscience, Dopamine, Behavioral activation and Appetite. Her Nucleus accumbens study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Reward system, Adenosine A2A receptor, Reinforcement and Pharmacology. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Neuroscience, Parkinsonism, Mesolimbic dopamine and Similarity is strongly linked to Schizophrenia.
Her Dopamine research includes elements of Basal ganglia, Cognition, Adenosine and Amygdala. Her study in Behavioral activation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Forebrain and Dopaminergic. In her research on the topic of Appetite, Limbic system is strongly related with Substance abuse.
Her primary areas of study are Dopamine, Pharmacology, Neuroscience, Endocrinology and Internal medicine. Her studies in Dopamine integrate themes in fields like Basal ganglia and Reinforcement. Her Pharmacology research includes themes of Ethanol, Adenosine, Antagonist, Eticlopride and Antidepressant.
Her Neuroscience study combines topics in areas such as Parkinson's disease and Parkinsonism. Her work on Dopamine receptor, Inverse agonist and AM251 as part of general Internal medicine study is frequently linked to Fixed ratio, bridging the gap between disciplines. Mercè Correa interconnects Analysis of variance, Reward system, Appetite, Neurochemical and Mesolimbic dopamine in the investigation of issues within Nucleus accumbens.
Mercè Correa mostly deals with Dopamine, Pharmacology, Tetrabenazine, Caffeine and Nucleus accumbens. Her Dopamine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Schizophrenia, Prefrontal cortex and Reinforcement. Her research in Reinforcement intersects with topics in Haloperidol, Behavioral activation and Neuroscience, Affect.
Her work deals with themes such as Young adult and Anxiety, which intersect with Neuroscience. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ethanol, Adenosine and Conditioned place preference. Her Nucleus accumbens study deals with Microdialysis intersecting with Effective dose.
Her primary scientific interests are in Dopamine, Pharmacology, Adenosine receptor, Caffeine and Tetrabenazine. The various areas that Mercè Correa examines in her Dopamine study include Cognitive psychology, Schizophrenia, Reinforcement and Optogenetics. Her research investigates the connection with Schizophrenia and areas like Disease which intersect with concerns in Neuroscience.
Her Neuroscience study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adenosine A2A receptor and Social behavior. Her research in Pharmacology focuses on subjects like Nucleus accumbens, which are connected to Appetite. The study incorporates disciplines such as Antidepressant, Animal models of depression and Endocrinology, Adenosine in addition to Adenosine receptor.
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The mysterious motivational functions of mesolimbic dopamine.
John D. Salamone;Mercè Correa;Mercè Correa.
Effort-related functions of nucleus accumbens dopamine and associated forebrain circuits.
John D. Salamone;Merce Correa;Merce Correa;Andrew M. Farrar;Susana Mingote.
Motivational views of reinforcement: implications for understanding the behavioral functions of nucleus accumbens dopamine.
John D Salamone;Mercè Correa.
Behavioural Brain Research (2002)
Beyond the reward hypothesis: alternative functions of nucleus accumbens dopamine
JD Salamone;M Correa;SM Mingote;SM Weber.
Current Opinion in Pharmacology (2005)
Nucleus Accumbens Dopamine and the Regulation of Effort in Food-Seeking Behavior: Implications for Studies of Natural Motivation, Psychiatry, and Drug Abuse
John D Salamone;Merce Correa;Susana M Mingote;Suzanne M Weber.
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (2003)
Dopamine, Behavioral Economics, and Effort
John D Salamone;Merce Correa;Andrew M Farrar;Eric J Nunes.
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience (2009)
Activational and effort-related aspects of motivation: neural mechanisms and implications for psychopathology
John D. Salamone;Samantha E. Yohn;Laura López-Cruz;Noemí San Miguel.
Dopaminergic Modulation of Effort-Related Choice Behavior as Assessed by a Progressive Ratio Chow Feeding Choice Task: Pharmacological Studies and the Role of Individual Differences
Patrick A. Randall;Marta Pardo;Marta Pardo;Eric J. Nunes;Laura López Cruz;Laura López Cruz.
PLOS ONE (2012)
Nucleus accumbens dopamine depletions make animals highly sensitive to high fixed ratio requirements but do not impair primary food reinforcement.
J.D Salamone;A Wisniecki;B.B Carlson;M Correa.
The behavioral pharmacology of effort-related choice behavior: dopamine, adenosine and beyond
John D. Salamone;Merce Correa;Eric J. Nunes;Patrick A. Randall.
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (2012)
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