All Relations between reward and prt

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Xingche Guo, Donglin Zeng, Yuanjia Wan. A Semiparametric Inverse Reinforcement Learning Approach to Characterize Decision Making for Mental Disorders. Journal of the American Statistical Association. vol 119. issue 545. 2024-05-06. PMID:38706706. motivated by the probabilistic reward task (prt) experiment in the embarc study, we propose a semiparametric inverse reinforcement learning (rl) approach to characterize the reward-based decision-making of mdd patients. 2024-05-06 2024-05-08 human
Steven J Lamontagne, Carlos A Zarate, Elizabeth D Ballar. Leveraging a cross-species probabilistic reward task (PRT) in suicide research. A commentary on Luc and Kangas (2024). Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience. 2024-03-13. PMID:38472615. leveraging a cross-species probabilistic reward task (prt) in suicide research. 2024-03-13 2024-03-15 Not clear
Shiba M Esfand, Kaylee E Null, Jessica M Duda, Josh de Leeuw, Diego A Pizzagall. Lifetime history of major depressive disorder is associated with decreased reward learning: Evidence from a novel online version of the probabilistic reward task. Journal of affective disorders. 2024-01-26. PMID:38278332. the probabilistic reward task (prt) is a signal detection task that assesses reward learning. 2024-01-26 2024-01-29 Not clear
Uta Sailer, Franz Wurm, Daniela M Pfabiga. Social and non-social feedback stimuli lead to comparable levels of reward learning and reward responsiveness in an online probabilistic reward task. Behavior research methods. 2023-10-16. PMID:37845425. the current study tested whether social feedback stimuli improve reward learning in a probabilistic reward task (prt), in which one response option is usually rewarded more often than the other via presentation of non-social reward stimuli. 2023-10-16 2023-11-08 human
Oanh T Luc, Brian D Kanga. Validation of a touchscreen probabilistic reward task for mice: A reverse-translated assay with cross-species continuity. Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience. 2023-09-28. PMID:37770642. the probabilistic reward task (prt) is a laboratory-based technique used to objectively quantify responsivity to reward. 2023-09-28 2023-10-07 mouse
Michael A Giles, Crystal M Cooper, Manish K Jha, Cherise R Chin Fatt, Diego A Pizzagalli, Taryn L Mayes, Christian A Webb, Tracy L Greer, Amit Etkin, Joseph M Trombello, Henry W Chase, Mary L Phillips, Melvin G McInnis, Thomas Carmody, Phillip Adams, Ramin V Parsey, Patrick J McGrath, Myrna Weissman, Benji T Kurian, Maurizio Fava, Madhukar H Trived. Reward Behavior Disengagement, a Neuroeconomic Model-Based Objective Measure of Reward Pathology in Depression: Findings from the EMBARC Trial. Behavioral sciences (Basel, Switzerland). vol 13. issue 8. 2023-08-25. PMID:37622759. the probabilistic reward task (prt) has identified reward learning impairments in those with major depressive disorder (mdd), as well as anhedonia-specific reward learning impairments. 2023-08-25 2023-09-07 human
Michael A Giles, Crystal M Cooper, Manish K Jha, Cherise R Chin Fatt, Diego A Pizzagalli, Taryn L Mayes, Christian A Webb, Tracy L Greer, Amit Etkin, Joseph M Trombello, Henry W Chase, Mary L Phillips, Melvin G McInnis, Thomas Carmody, Phillip Adams, Ramin V Parsey, Patrick J McGrath, Myrna Weissman, Benji T Kurian, Maurizio Fava, Madhukar H Trived. Reward Behavior Disengagement, a Neuroeconomic Model-Based Objective Measure of Reward Pathology in Depression: Findings from the EMBARC Trial. Behavioral sciences (Basel, Switzerland). vol 13. issue 8. 2023-08-25. PMID:37622759. thus, we seek to determine whether the reward behavior disengagement (rbd), our proposed economic augmentation of prt, differs between mdd participants and controls, and whether there is a level at which rbd is high enough for depressed participants to be considered objectively disengaged. 2023-08-25 2023-09-07 human
Erin E Hisey, Emma L Fritsch, Emily L Newman, Kerry J Ressler, Brian D Kangas, William A Carlezo. Early life stress in male mice blunts responsiveness in a translationally-relevant reward task. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2023-05-31. PMID:37258714. to explore whether other tasks might be more sensitive to changes in motivation, we tested the mice in the probabilistic reward task (prt), a procedure often used in humans to study reward learning deficits associated with depressive illness. 2023-05-31 2023-08-14 mouse
Paola Castellano, Valeria Gigli, Valerio Ghezzi, Yuen-Siang Ang, Martino Schettino, Diego A Pizzagalli, Cristina Ottavian. Momentary gustative-olfactory sensitivity and tonic heart rate variability are independently associated with motivational behavior. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 2023-02-04. PMID:36738932. the present study examined the putative associations between loss of smell (anosmia) and taste (ageusia) sensitivity, irrespective of covid-19 infection, and anhedonia, measured by a signal-detection task probing the ability to modify behavior as a function of rewards (probabilistic reward task; prt). 2023-02-04 2023-08-14 Not clear
Ann M Iturra-Mena, Brian D Kangas, Oanh T Luc, David Potter, Diego A Pizzagall. Electrophysiological signatures of reward learning in the rodent touchscreen-based Probabilistic Reward Task. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2023-01-16. PMID:36646816. in a first step in addressing this gap, in the current study, we used event-related potentials and spectral analyses in conjunction with a touchscreen version of the rodent probabilistic reward task (prt) to identify the electrophysiological signatures of reward learning in rats. 2023-01-16 2023-08-14 rat
Steven J Lamontagne, Sarah I J Wash, Samantha H Irwin, Kate E Zucconi, Mary C Olmstea. Effects of dopamine modulation on chronic stress-induced deficits in reward learning. Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience. 2022-04-09. PMID:35396630. forty-eight male wistar rats were exposed to a 21-day cms regime (n = 48 no stress controls) before completing the probabilistic reward task (prt), a well-validated cross-species test of reward learning. 2022-04-09 2023-08-13 rat
Daniel G Dillon, Amit Lazarov, Sarah Dolan, Yair Bar-Haim, Diego A Pizzagalli, Franklin R Schneie. Fast evidence accumulation in social anxiety disorder enhances decision making in a probabilistic reward task. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 2021-12-30. PMID:34968142. adults with sad completed the prt before and after gaze-contingent music reward therapy (gcmrt), which trains attention allocation and has shown efficacy for sad. 2021-12-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Daniel G Dillon, Amit Lazarov, Sarah Dolan, Yair Bar-Haim, Diego A Pizzagalli, Franklin R Schneie. Fast evidence accumulation in social anxiety disorder enhances decision making in a probabilistic reward task. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 2021-12-30. PMID:34968142. therefore, this study used the hierarchical drift diffusion model to investigate evidence accumulation in adults with social anxiety disorder (sad) and healthy controls as they performed a probabilistic reward task (prt), in which social rewards were delivered for correct perceptual judgments. 2021-12-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Brian D Kangas, Annabel K Short, Oanh T Luc, Hal S Stern, Tallie Z Baram, Diego A Pizzagall. A cross-species assay demonstrates that reward responsiveness is enduringly impacted by adverse, unpredictable early-life experiences. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2021-12-18. PMID:34921225. probing the aspects of ela that might provoke these deficits, we quantified the unpredictability of dam/pup interactions using entropy measures and found that the unpredictability of maternal care was significantly higher in the ela groups in which prt and sucrose preference reward deficits were present later in life. 2021-12-18 2023-08-13 human
Brian D Kangas, Annabel K Short, Oanh T Luc, Hal S Stern, Tallie Z Baram, Diego A Pizzagall. A cross-species assay demonstrates that reward responsiveness is enduringly impacted by adverse, unpredictable early-life experiences. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2021-12-18. PMID:34921225. here, we employed an assay of reward responsiveness validated across species, the probabilistic reward task (prt). 2021-12-18 2023-08-13 human
Brian D Kangas, Annabel K Short, Oanh T Luc, Hal S Stern, Tallie Z Baram, Diego A Pizzagall. A cross-species assay demonstrates that reward responsiveness is enduringly impacted by adverse, unpredictable early-life experiences. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2021-12-18. PMID:34921225. taken together, these data position the prt, established in clinical patient populations, as a potent instrument to assess the impact of ela on the reward circuit across species. 2021-12-18 2023-08-13 human
Simone Cunningham, Raegan Mazurka, Katherine E Wynne-Edwards, Roumen V Milev, Diego A Pizzagalli, Sidney Kennedy, Kate L Harknes. Cortisol reactivity to stress predicts behavioral responsivity to reward moderation by sex, depression, and anhedonia. Journal of affective disorders. vol 293. 2021-08-27. PMID:34153656. in men only, total cortisol output during the tsst was more strongly positively associated with response bias to reward across the three blocks of the prt. 2021-08-27 2023-08-13 human
Simone Cunningham, Raegan Mazurka, Katherine E Wynne-Edwards, Roumen V Milev, Diego A Pizzagalli, Sidney Kennedy, Kate L Harknes. Cortisol reactivity to stress predicts behavioral responsivity to reward moderation by sex, depression, and anhedonia. Journal of affective disorders. vol 293. 2021-08-27. PMID:34153656. response bias to monetary reward was assessed following the tsst recovery period with a probabilistic reward task (prt; pizzagalli et al., 2005). 2021-08-27 2023-08-13 human
Diego A Pizzagalli, Moria Smoski, Yuen-Siang Ang, Alexis E Whitton, Gerard Sanacora, Sanjay J Mathew, John Nurnberger, Sarah H Lisanby, Dan V Iosifescu, James W Murrough, Hongqiu Yang, Richard D Weiner, Joseph R Calabrese, Wayne Goodman, William Z Potter, Andrew D Krysta. Selective kappa-opioid antagonism ameliorates anhedonic behavior: evidence from the Fast-fail Trial in Mood and Anxiety Spectrum Disorders (FAST-MAS). Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. vol 45. issue 10. 2021-06-23. PMID:32544925. taking a proof-of-mechanism approach under the auspices of the national institute of mental health fast-fail initiative, we were the first to show that, in a transdiagnostic sample screened for elevated self-reported anhedonia, 8 weeks of treatment with a kappa-opioid receptor (kor) antagonist resulted in significantly higher reward-related activation in one of the core hubs of the brain reward system (the ventral striatum), better reward learning in the probabilistic reward task (prt), and lower anhedonic symptoms, relative to 8 weeks of placebo. 2021-06-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Heather E Soder, Jessica A Cooper, Paula Lopez-Gamundi, Jennifer K Hoots, Cecilia Nunez, Victoria M Lawlor, Scott D Lane, Michael T Treadway, Margaret C Wardl. Dose-response effects of d-amphetamine on effort-based decision-making and reinforcement learning. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. vol 46. issue 6. 2021-06-23. PMID:32722661. participants (n = 30) completed the effort expenditure for reward task (eefrt) measure of effort-related decision-making, and the probabilistic reward task (prt) measure of reward learning, under placebo and two doses of d-amphetamine (10 mg, and 20 mg). 2021-06-23 2023-08-13 human