All Relations between reward and prt

Publication Sentence Publish Date Extraction Date Species
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
Brian D Kangas, Lisa M Wooldridge, Oanh T Luc, Jack Bergman, Diego A Pizzagall. Empirical validation of a touchscreen probabilistic reward task in rats. Translational psychiatry. vol 10. issue 1. 2021-06-18. PMID:32792526. one such approach, the probabilistic reward task (prt), uses visual discrimination methodology to quantify reward learning. 2021-06-18 2023-08-13 human
Martino Schettino, Valerio Ghezzi, Yuen-Siang Ang, Jessica M Duda, Sabrina Fagioli, Douglas S Mennin, Diego A Pizzagalli, Cristina Ottavian. Perseverative Cognition in the Positive Valence Systems: An Experimental and Ecological Investigation. Brain sciences. vol 11. issue 5. 2021-05-27. PMID:33946423. healthy individuals performed the probabilistic reward task (prt) before and after the induction of pc or a waiting period. 2021-05-27 2023-08-13 human
Elena Molokotos, Alyssa L Peechatka, Kainan S Wang, Diego A Pizzagalli, Amy C Jane. Caudate reactivity to smoking cues is associated with increased responding to monetary reward in nicotine-dependent individuals. Drug and alcohol dependence. vol 209. 2021-01-12. PMID:32145666. following recent smoking, greater reward responsiveness on the prt was associated with enhanced left caudate reactivity to smoking cues. 2021-01-12 2023-08-13 Not clear
Elena Molokotos, Alyssa L Peechatka, Kainan S Wang, Diego A Pizzagalli, Amy C Jane. Caudate reactivity to smoking cues is associated with increased responding to monetary reward in nicotine-dependent individuals. Drug and alcohol dependence. vol 209. 2021-01-12. PMID:32145666. the current study explored this relationship by assessing smoking cue reactivity during functional magnetic imaging followed by an out-of-scanner probabilistic reward task (prt) in 24 nicotine-dependent smokers (14 women). 2021-01-12 2023-08-13 Not clear
Alexis E Whitton, Alan I Green, Diego A Pizzagalli, Robert M Roth, Jill M Williams, Mary F Brunett. Potent Dopamine D2 Antagonists Block the Reward-Enhancing Effects of Nicotine in Smokers With Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia bulletin. vol 45. issue 6. 2020-09-16. PMID:30690638. the effects of smoking on reward function were assessed using a probabilistic reward task (prt), administered pre- and post-smoking. 2020-09-16 2023-08-13 human
Benjamin Fischer, Detlef Wegene. Emphasizing the "positive" in positive reinforcement: using nonbinary rewarding for training monkeys on cognitive tasks. Journal of neurophysiology. vol 120. issue 1. 2019-07-16. PMID:29617217. in the laboratory, prt is usually based on application of a liquid reward as the reinforcer to strengthen the desired behavior and absence of the reward if the animal's response is wrong. 2019-07-16 2023-08-13 monkey
Amy C Janes, Paola Pedrelli, Alexis E Whitton, Pia Pechtel, Samuel Douglas, Max A Martinson, Ilana Huz, Maurizio Fava, Diego A Pizzagalli, A Eden Evin. Reward Responsiveness Varies by Smoking Status in Women with a History of Major Depressive Disorder. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. vol 40. issue 8. 2016-03-08. PMID:25662839. to test this hypothesis, we evaluated reward responsiveness on the prt in four groups (n=198): individuals with and without rmdd who were or were not nicotine dependent. 2016-03-08 2023-08-13 Not clear
Amy C Janes, Paola Pedrelli, Alexis E Whitton, Pia Pechtel, Samuel Douglas, Max A Martinson, Ilana Huz, Maurizio Fava, Diego A Pizzagalli, A Eden Evin. Reward Responsiveness Varies by Smoking Status in Women with a History of Major Depressive Disorder. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. vol 40. issue 8. 2016-03-08. PMID:25662839. recent evidence indicates that individuals with rmdd show blunted responses to reward as measured by a probabilistic reward task (prt), which assesses the ability to modify behavior as a function of reward history. 2016-03-08 2023-08-13 Not clear
Daniel H Wolf, Theodore D Satterthwaite, Jacob J Kantrowitz, Natalie Katchmar, Lillie Vandekar, Mark A Elliott, Kosha Rupare. Amotivation in schizophrenia: integrated assessment with behavioral, clinical, and imaging measures. Schizophrenia bulletin. vol 40. issue 6. 2015-06-19. PMID:24657876. here, 41 individuals with schizophrenia and 37 controls performed a brief, computerized progressive ratio task (prt) that quantifies effort exerted in pursuit of monetary reward. 2015-06-19 2023-08-12 Not clear
A Der-Avakian, M S D'Souza, D A Pizzagalli, A Marko. Assessment of reward responsiveness in the response bias probabilistic reward task in rats: implications for cross-species translational research. Translational psychiatry. vol 3. 2014-06-05. PMID:23982629. the response bias probabilistic reward task (hereafter referred to as probabilistic reward task (prt)) quantifies reward responsiveness in human subjects, and an equivalent animal assessment is needed to facilitate preclinical translational research. 2014-06-05 2023-08-12 human