The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Incentive salience, Incentive, Addiction, Developmental psychology and Neuroscience. Her research links Nucleus accumbens with Incentive salience. Her research in Addiction tackles topics such as Stimulus Salience which are related to areas like Anticipation, Stereotypy, Psychomotor learning and Sensitization.
While the research belongs to areas of Developmental psychology, Shelly B. Flagel spends her time largely on the problem of Dopaminergic, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Addiction vulnerability, Disinhibition and Novelty seeking. Dopamine receptor D2 and Dopamine are the primary areas of interest in her Neuroscience study. Her Cognitive psychology research incorporates elements of Maladaptive behaviour and Curiosity.
Shelly B. Flagel focuses on Addiction, Neuroscience, Incentive salience, Developmental psychology and Dopamine. The study incorporates disciplines such as Novelty seeking, Dopamine receptor D2, Impulsivity and Endophenotype in addition to Addiction. Her Thalamus, Dopaminergic and Paraventricular thalamus study in the realm of Neuroscience interacts with subjects such as Substance abuse.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Stimulus and Attribution, Social psychology in addition to Incentive salience. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Addiction vulnerability, Temperament and Novelty. Her research in Dopamine is mostly concerned with Nucleus accumbens.
Neuroscience, Incentive salience, Addiction, Thalamus and Dopamine are her primary areas of study. She interconnects Elevated plus maze, Corticosterone and Adaptive behavior in the investigation of issues within Neuroscience. As a member of one scientific family, Shelly B. Flagel mostly works in the field of Incentive salience, focusing on Attribution and, on occasion, Novelty seeking and Sensation seeking.
Shelly B. Flagel regularly ties together related areas like Learning styles in her Addiction studies. Her Thalamus research includes themes of Infralimbic cortex, Antagonist, Reinforcement and Lateral hypothalamus. Her work in the fields of Dopamine, such as Nucleus accumbens, intersects with other areas such as Value.
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A selective role for dopamine in stimulus–reward learning
Shelly B. Flagel;Jeremy J. Clark;Terry E. Robinson;Leah Mayo.
Individual differences in the attribution of incentive salience to reward-related cues: Implications for addiction
Shelly B. Flagel;Huda Akil;Terry E. Robinson.
An animal model of genetic vulnerability to behavioral disinhibition and responsiveness to reward-related cues: implications for addiction.
Shelly B Flagel;Terry E Robinson;Jeremy J Clark;Sarah M Clinton.
Dissociating the predictive and incentive motivational properties of reward-related cues through the study of individual differences.
Terry E. Robinson;Shelly B. Flagel.
Biological Psychiatry (2009)
Differential Regulation of Hippocampal Glucocorticoid Receptors mRNA and Fast Feedback: Relevance to Post‐Traumatic Stress Disorder
Isreal Liberzon;J. F. López;S. B. Flagel;D. M. Vázquez.
Journal of Neuroendocrinology (1999)
Individual differences in the propensity to approach signals vs goals promote different adaptations in the dopamine system of rats
Shelly B. Flagel;Stanley J. Watson;Terry E. Robinson;Huda Akil.
Neuroendocrine and Psychophysiologic Responses in PTSD: A Symptom Provocation Study
Israel Liberzon;James L Abelson;Shelly B Flagel;Jonathan Raz.
Quantifying Individual Variation in the Propensity to Attribute Incentive Salience to Reward Cues
Paul J. Meyer;Vedran Lovic;Benjamin T. Saunders;Lindsay M. Yager.
PLOS ONE (2012)
Individual differences in the attribution of incentive salience to a reward-related cue: Influence on cocaine sensitization.
Shelly B. Flagel;Stanley J. Watson;Huda Akil;Terry E. Robinson.
Behavioural Brain Research (2008)
A FOOD PREDICTIVE CUE MUST BE ATTRIBUTED WITH INCENTIVE SALIENCE FOR IT TO INDUCE c-FOS mRNA EXPRESSION IN CORTICO-STRIATAL-THALAMIC BRAIN REGIONS
Shelly B. Flagel;Courtney M. Cameron;Kristen N. Pickup;Stanley J. Watson.
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