All Relations between reward and disparity

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David Arjol, Antonio D R Agüera, Christopher Hagen, Mauricio R Papin. Frustrative nonreward: Detailed c-Fos expression patterns in the amygdala after consummatory successive negative contrast. Neurobiology of learning and memory. vol 213. 2024-06-08. PMID:38815677. thus, amygdala activation requires exposure to a substantial reward disparity. 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 rat
Yudan Ding, Yangpan Ou, Haohao Yan, Feng Liu, Huabing Li, Ping Li, Guangrong Xie, Xilong Cui, Wenbin Gu. Uncovering the Neural Correlates of Anhedonia Subtypes in Major Depressive Disorder: Implications for Intervention Strategies. Biomedicines. vol 11. issue 12. 2023-12-23. PMID:38137360. there were three main findings: (1) three subgroups with different anhedonia profiles were identified using a data mining approach; (2) several parts of the reward network (especially pallidum and dorsal striatum) were associated with anticipatory and consummatory pleasure; (3) different patterns of within- and between-network connectivity contributed to the disparities of anhedonia profiles across three mdd subgroups. 2023-12-23 2023-12-25 Not clear
Scott J Russo, Wei Lun Sun, Ana Christina E Minerly, Karen Weierstall, Arbi Nazarian, Eugene D Festa, Tipyamol Niyomchai, Alaleh Akhavan, Victoria Luine, Shirzad Jenab, Vanya Quiñones-Jena. Progesterone attenuates cocaine-induced conditioned place preference in female rats. Brain research. vol 1189. 2008-06-02. PMID:18067879. these results suggest that progesterone treatment interferes with cocaine-induced reward associations, possibly through effects on spatial working memory consolidation the observed effects of acute progesterone treatment on cocaine-induced cpp may in part contribute reported menstrual effects and sex disparities in overall cocaine use and rates of relapse. 2008-06-02 2023-08-12 rat
S J Russo, E D Festa, S J Fabian, F M Gazi, M Kraish, S Jenab, V Quiñones-Jena. Gonadal hormones differentially modulate cocaine-induced conditioned place preference in male and female rats. Neuroscience. vol 120. issue 2. 2003-10-14. PMID:12890521. collectively, these results indicate that ovarian hormones may influence cocaine reward by altering monoaminergic systems, which, in turn, may contribute to the current sex disparities in overall cocaine use. 2003-10-14 2023-08-12 rat