Paul E. M. Phillips
Paul E. M. Phillips
Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and Pharmacolgy, University of Washington
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Subsecond dopamine release promotes cocaine seeking
PEM Phillips, GD Stuber, MLAV Heien, RM Wightman, RM Carelli
Nature 422 (6932), 614-618, 2003
A selective role for dopamine in stimulus–reward learning
SB Flagel, JJ Clark, TE Robinson, L Mayo, A Czuj, I Willuhn, CA Akers, ...
Nature 469 (7328), 53-57, 2011
Dopamine operates as a subsecond modulator of food seeking
MF Roitman, GD Stuber, PEM Phillips, RM Wightman, RM Carelli
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (6), 1265-1271, 2004
Prolonged dopamine signalling in striatum signals proximity and value of distant rewards
MW Howe, PL Tierney, SG Sandberg, PEM Phillips, AM Graybiel
nature 500 (7464), 575-579, 2013
Real-time measurement of dopamine fluctuations after cocaine in the brain of behaving rats
MLAV Heien, AS Khan, JL Ariansen, JF Cheer, PEM Phillips, KM Wassum, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (29), 10023-10028, 2005
Disruption of NMDAR-dependent burst firing by dopamine neurons provides selective assessment of phasic dopamine-dependent behavior
LS Zweifel, JG Parker, CJ Lobb, A Rainwater, VZ Wall, JP Fadok, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 106 (18), 7281-7288, 2009
Transient neuronal inhibition reveals opposing roles of indirect and direct pathways in sensitization
SM Ferguson, D Eskenazi, M Ishikawa, MJ Wanat, PEM Phillips, Y Dong, ...
Nature neuroscience 14 (1), 22-24, 2011
Cannabinoids enhance subsecond dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens of awake rats
JF Cheer, KM Wassum, MLAV Heien, PEM Phillips, RM Wightman
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (18), 4393-4400, 2004
Overoxidation of carbon-fiber microelectrodes enhances dopamine adsorption and increases sensitivity
MLAV Heien, PEM Phillips, GD Stuber, AT Seipel, RM Wightman
Analyst 128 (12), 1413-1419, 2003
An animal model of genetic vulnerability to behavioral disinhibition and responsiveness to reward-related cues: implications for addiction
SB Flagel, TE Robinson, JJ Clark, SM Clinton, SJ Watson, P Seeman, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 35 (2), 388-400, 2010
Weighing up the benefits of work: behavioral and neural analyses of effort-related decision making
ME Walton, SW Kennerley, DM Bannerman, PEM Phillips, ...
Neural networks 19 (8), 1302-1314, 2006
Chronic microsensors for longitudinal, subsecond dopamine detection in behaving animals
JJ Clark, SG Sandberg, MJ Wanat, JO Gan, EA Horne, AS Hart, CA Akers, ...
Nature methods 7 (2), 126-129, 2010
Phasic dopamine release evoked by abused substances requires cannabinoid receptor activation
JF Cheer, KM Wassum, LA Sombers, MLAV Heien, JL Ariansen, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (4), 791-795, 2007
Severe stress switches CRF action in the nucleus accumbens from appetitive to aversive
JC Lemos, MJ Wanat, JS Smith, BAS Reyes, NG Hollon, ...
Nature 490 (7420), 402-406, 2012
Real‐time decoding of dopamine concentration changes in the caudate–putamen during tonic and phasic firing
BJ Venton, H Zhang, PA Garris, PEM Phillips, D Sulzer, RM Wightman
Journal of neurochemistry 87 (5), 1284-1295, 2003
Phasic dopamine release in the rat nucleus accumbens symmetrically encodes a reward prediction error term
AS Hart, RB Rutledge, PW Glimcher, PEM Phillips
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (3), 698-704, 2014
Calculating utility: preclinical evidence for cost–benefit analysis by mesolimbic dopamine
PEM Phillips, ME Walton, TC Jhou
Psychopharmacology 191, 483-495, 2007
Corticotropin‐releasing factor increases mouse ventral tegmental area dopamine neuron firing through a protein kinase C‐dependent enhancement of Ih
MJ Wanat, FW Hopf, GD Stuber, PEM Phillips, A Bonci
The Journal of physiology 586 (8), 2157-2170, 2008
Dissociable cost and benefit encoding of future rewards by mesolimbic dopamine
JO Gan, ME Walton, PEM Phillips
Nature neuroscience 13 (1), 25-27, 2010
Mesocortical dopamine neurons operate in distinct temporal domains using multimodal signaling
A Lavin, L Nogueira, CC Lapish, RM Wightman, PEM Phillips, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (20), 5013-5023, 2005
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