Activation of D1/5 Dopamine Receptors: A Common Mechanism for Enhancing Extinction of Fear and Reward-Seeking Behaviors

@article{Abraham2016ActivationOD,
  title={Activation of D1/5 Dopamine Receptors: A Common Mechanism for Enhancing Extinction of Fear and Reward-Seeking Behaviors},
  author={Antony D. Abraham and David R. Sibley and K Matthew Lattal},
  journal={Neuropsychopharmacology},
  year={2016},
  volume={41},
  pages={2072-2081}
}
Dopamine is critical for many processes that drive learning and memory, including motivation, prediction error, incentive salience, memory consolidation, and response output. Theories of dopamine’s function in these processes have, for the most part, been developed from behavioral approaches that examine learning mechanisms in appetitive tasks. A parallel and growing literature indicates that dopamine signaling is involved in consolidation of memories into stable representations in aversive… CONTINUE READING
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