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Melissa Sharpe
Melissa Sharpe
Assistant Professor, UCLA
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Dopamine transients are sufficient and necessary for acquisition of model-based associations
MJ Sharpe, CY Chang, MA Liu, HM Batchelor, LE Mueller, JL Jones, ...
Nature neuroscience 20 (5), 735-742, 2017
2652017
Model-based predictions for dopamine
AJ Langdon, MJ Sharpe, G Schoenbaum, Y Niv
Current opinion in neurobiology 49, 1-7, 2018
1652018
An integrated model of action selection: distinct modes of cortical control of striatal decision making
MJ Sharpe, T Stalnaker, NW Schuck, S Killcross, G Schoenbaum, Y Niv
Annual review of psychology 70, 53-76, 2019
1142019
Lateral hypothalamic GABAergic neurons encode reward predictions that are relayed to the ventral tegmental area to regulate learning
MJ Sharpe, NJ Marchant, LR Whitaker, CT Richie, YJ Zhang, ...
Current Biology 27 (14), 2089-2100. e5, 2017
1102017
The dopamine prediction error: contributions to associative models of reward learning
HM Nasser, DJ Calu, G Schoenbaum, MJ Sharpe
Frontiers in psychology 8, 237785, 2017
1052017
Back to basics: Making predictions in the orbitofrontal–amygdala circuit
MJ Sharpe, G Schoenbaum
Neurobiology of learning and memory 131, 201-206, 2016
782016
Dopamine transients do not act as model-free prediction errors during associative learning
MJ Sharpe, HM Batchelor, LE Mueller, C Yun Chang, EJP Maes, Y Niv, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 106, 2020
682020
Causal evidence supporting the proposal that dopamine transients function as temporal difference prediction errors
EJP Maes, MJ Sharpe, AA Usypchuk, M Lozzi, CY Chang, MPH Gardner, ...
Nature neuroscience 23 (2), 176-178, 2020
622020
The prelimbic cortex uses higher-order cues to modulate both the acquisition and expression of conditioned fear
MJ Sharpe, S Killcross
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 8, 235, 2015
612015
The prelimbic cortex contributes to the down-regulation of attention toward redundant cues
MJ Sharpe, S Killcross
Cerebral cortex 24 (4), 1066-1074, 2014
522014
The prelimbic cortex uses contextual cues to modulate responding towards predictive stimuli during fear renewal
M Sharpe, S Killcross
Neurobiology of learning and memory 118, 20-29, 2015
512015
Modulation of attention and action in the medial prefrontal cortex of rats.
MJ Sharpe, S Killcross
Psychological review 125 (5), 822, 2018
462018
Preconditioned cues have no value
MJ Sharpe, HM Batchelor, G Schoenbaum
Elife 6, e28362, 2017
462017
The prelimbic cortex directs attention toward predictive cues during fear learning
MJ Sharpe, S Killcross
Learning & Memory 22 (6), 289-293, 2015
422015
The prediction-error hypothesis of schizophrenia: new data point to circuit-specific changes in dopamine activity
SJ Millard, CE Bearden, KH Karlsgodt, MJ Sharpe
Neuropsychopharmacology 47 (3), 628-640, 2022
402022
Responding to preconditioned cues is devaluation sensitive and requires orbitofrontal cortex during cue-cue learning
EE Hart, MJ Sharpe, MPH Gardner, G Schoenbaum
Elife 9, e59998, 2020
352020
Daily exposure to sucrose impairs subsequent learning about food cues: a role for alterations in ghrelin signaling and dopamine D2 receptors
MJ Sharpe, KJ Clemens, MJ Morris, RF Westbrook
Neuropsychopharmacology 41 (5), 1357-1365, 2016
302016
Dopamine signaling in the nucleus accumbens core mediates latent inhibition
MG Kutlu, JE Zachry, PR Melugin, J Tat, S Cajigas, AU Isiktas, DD Patel, ...
Nature neuroscience 25 (8), 1071-1081, 2022
292022
Past experience shapes the neural circuits recruited for future learning
MJ Sharpe, HM Batchelor, LE Mueller, MPH Gardner, G Schoenbaum
Nature Neuroscience 24 (3), 391-400, 2021
272021
Evaluation of the hypothesis that phasic dopamine constitutes a cached-value signal
MJ Sharpe, G Schoenbaum
Neurobiology of learning and memory 153, 131-136, 2018
262018
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