All Relations between goal-directed behaviour and mesencephalon

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Susanna Molas, Rubing Zhao-Shea, Timothy G Freels, Andrew R Tappe. Viral tracing confirms paranigral ventral tegmental area dopaminergic inputs to the interpeduncular nucleus where dopamine release encodes motivated exploration. eNeuro vol issue 2023 36599671 midbrain dopaminergic (daergic) neurons of the ventral tegmental area (vta) are engaged by rewarding stimuli and encode reward prediction error to update goal-directed learning. 2023-01-04 2023-01-08 Not clear
Karolina Farrell, Armin Lak, Aman B Salee. Midbrain dopamine neurons signal phasic and ramping reward prediction error during goal-directed navigation. Cell reports vol 41 issue 2 2022 36223748 midbrain dopamine neurons signal phasic and ramping reward prediction error during goal-directed navigation. 2022-10-12 2022-10-25 Not clear
Karolina Farrell, Armin Lak, Aman B Salee. Midbrain dopamine neurons signal phasic and ramping reward prediction error during goal-directed navigation. Cell reports vol 41 issue 2 2022 36223748 our results suggest that midbrain dopamine neurons encode phasic and ramping reward prediction error signals to improve goal-directed navigation. 2022-10-12 2022-10-25 Not clear
Mengjiao Chen, Fangqing Liu, Longying Wen, Xia H. Nonlinear relationship between CAN current and Cognitive neurodynamics vol 16 issue 3 2022 35603052 nonlinear relationship between can current and bursting of midbrain dopamine (da) neurons is believed to represent an important reward signal that instructs and reinforces goal-directed behaviors. 2022-05-23 2022-06-13 Not clear
Mikhail U Inyushin, Francisco Arencibia-Albite, Angel de la Cruz, Rafael V\\xc3\\xa1zquez-Torres, Katiria Colon, Priscila Sanabria, Carlos A Jim\\xc3\\xa9nez-River. New method to visualize neurons with DAT in slices of rat VTA using fluorescent substrate for DAT, ASP+ Journal of neuroscience and neuroengineering vol 2 issue 2 2021 24052926 new method to visualize neurons with dat in slices of rat vta using fluorescent substrate for dat, asp+ the ventral tegmental area (vta), and in particular dopamine (da) neurons in this region of midbrain, has been shown to play an important role in motivation (goal-directed behavior), reward, and drug addiction. 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Aur\\xc3\\xa9lie De Groote, Alban de Kerchove d'Exaerd. Thalamo-Nucleus Accumbens Projections in Motivated Behaviors and Addiction. Frontiers in systems neuroscience vol 15 issue 2021 34335197 the ventral striatum, also called nucleus accumbens (nac), has long been known to integrate information from cortical, thalamic, midbrain and limbic nuclei to mediate goal-directed behaviors. 2021-08-03 2022-01-13 Not clear
Salvatore Lecca, Frank Julius Meye, Massimo Trusel, Anna Tchenio, Julia Harris, Martin Karl Schwarz, Denis Burdakov, Francois Georges, Manuel Mamel. Aversive stimuli drive hypothalamus-to-habenula excitation to promote escape behavior. eLife vol 6 issue 2018 28871962 nuclei including the lateral habenula (lhb), the lateral hypothalamus (lh), and the midbrain are not only reciprocally connected, but also respond to negative events contributing to goal-directed behaviors. 2018-05-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Kim L Hoke, Eileen A Hebets, Daizaburo Shizuk. Neural Circuitry for Target Selection and Action Selection in Animal Behavior. Integrative and comparative biology vol 57 issue 4 2018 29048534 we use two examples-(1) spatial attention as an example of target selection in the vertebrate midbrain and (2) goal-directed locomotion as an example of action selection in the insect central complex-to further clarify neural circuit dynamics as they relate to target and action selection, and their interaction. 2018-05-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
S N Habe. The place of dopamine in the cortico-basal ganglia circuit. Neuroscience vol 282 issue 2018 25445194 the midbrain dopamine (da) neurons play a central role in developing appropriate goal-directed behaviors, including the motivation and cognition to develop appropriate actions to obtain a specific outcome. 2018-01-26 2022-01-12 Not clear
Sarah X Luo, Leah Timbang, Jae-Ick Kim, Yulei Shang, Kadellyn Sandoval, Amy A Tang, Jennifer L Whistler, Jun B Ding, Eric J Huan. TGF-\\xce\\xb2 Signaling in Dopaminergic Neurons Regulates Dendritic Growth, Excitatory-Inhibitory Synaptic Balance, and Reversal Learning. Cell reports vol 17 issue 12 2017 28009292 neural circuits involving midbrain dopaminergic (da) neurons regulate reward and goal-directed behaviors. 2017-11-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ruben A Tikidji-Hamburyan, Tarek A El-Ghazawi, Jason W Triplet. Novel Models of Visual Topographic Map Alignment in the Superior Colliculus. PLoS computational biology vol 12 issue 12 2017 28027309 the superior colliculus (sc) is a midbrain nucleus that integrates visual inputs from the retina and primary visual cortex (v1) to regulate goal-directed eye movements. 2017-05-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Rachel J Sizemore, Rong Zhang, Naili Lin, Liping Goddard, Timothy Wastney, Louise C Parr-Brownlie, John N J Reynolds, Dorothy E Oorscho. Marked differences in the number and type of synapses innervating the somata and primary dendrites of midbrain dopaminergic neurons, striatal cholinergic interneurons, and striatal spiny projection neurons in the rat. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 524 issue 5 2016 26355230 elucidating the link between cellular activity and goal-directed behavior requires a fuller understanding of the mechanisms underlying burst firing in midbrain dopaminergic neurons and those that suppress activity during aversive or non-rewarding events. 2016-10-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
Claudia Distler, Klaus-Peter Hoffman. Direct projections from the dorsal premotor cortex to the superior colliculus in the macaque (macaca mulatta). The Journal of comparative neurology vol 523 issue 16 2016 25921755 here we investigate the neuronal projections from the pmd to the midbrain superior colliculus (sc), which also contains reach-related neurons, to investigate how the sc integrates into a cortico-subcortical network responsible for initiation and modulation of goal-directed arm movements. 2016-06-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Carmen N Lukie, Somayyeh Montazer-Hojat, Clay B Holroy. Developmental changes in the reward positivity: an electrophysiological trajectory of reward processing. Developmental cognitive neuroscience vol 9 issue 2015 24879113 we propose that early development of the midbrain dopamine system facilitates the development of extended goal-directed behaviors in anterior cingulate cortex. 2015-05-28 2022-01-12 Not clear
Brian J White, Robert A Marino, Susan E Boehnke, Laurent Itti, Jan Theeuwes, Douglas P Muno. Competitive integration of visual and goal-related signals on neuronal accumulation rate: a correlate of oculomotor capture in the superior colliculus. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 25 issue 10 2014 23691982 here, we examined how spatial proximity of competing stimuli shapes goal-directed responses in the superior colliculus (sc), a midbrain structure closely associated with the control of visual attention and eye movements. 2014-03-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
David M Cole, Christian F Beckmann, Graham E Searle, Christophe Plisson, Andri C Tziortzi, Thomas E Nichols, Roger N Gunn, Paul M Matthews, Eugenii A Rabiner, John D Beave. Orbitofrontal connectivity with resting-state networks is associated with midbrain dopamine D3 receptor availability. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 22 issue 12 2013 22186675 these findings demonstrate that differential interactions between ofc and networks implicated in cognitive control and reward are associated with midbrain d3r availability, consistent with the hypothesis that dopamine d3r signaling is an important molecular pathway underlying goal-directed behavior. 2013-04-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Nandakumar S Narayanan, Benjamin B Land, John E Solder, Karl Deisseroth, Ralph J DiLeon. Prefrontal D1 dopamine signaling is required for temporal control. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 109 issue 50 2013 23185016 the medial prefrontal cortex controls many goal-directed behaviors and receives dopaminergic input primarily from the midbrain ventral tegmental area. 2013-02-28 2022-01-12 Not clear
Anthony J Gifuni, Solmaz Jozaghi, Anne-Catherine Gauthier-Lamer, Sandra M Boy. Lesions of the lateral habenula dissociate the reward-enhancing and locomotor-stimulant effects of amphetamine. Neuropharmacology vol 63 issue 6 2013 22842070 midbrain dopamine neurons play a key role in goal-directed behaviour as well as in some psychiatric disorders. 2013-01-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
H Ohira, M Matsunaga, K Kimura, H Murakami, T Osumi, T Isowa, S Fukuyama, J Shinoda, J Yamad. Chronic stress modulates neural and cardiovascular responses during reversal learning. Neuroscience vol 193 issue 2012 21763760 during the reversal learning task, whereas participants with low chronic job stress exhibited activity in the anterior caudate, as well as orbitofrontal cortex, ventrolateral prefrontal cortex, insula, and midbrain, which might be related to the goal-directed action, participants with high chronic job stress exhibited no activity in such brain regions. 2012-01-18 2022-01-12 Not clear
Mehdi Keramati, Amir Dezfouli, Payam Pira. Speed/accuracy trade-off between the habitual and the goal-directed processes. PLoS computational biology vol 7 issue 5 2011 21637741 neurobiologically, by assuming that phasic and tonic activities of midbrain dopamine neurons carry the reward prediction error and the average reward signals used by the model, respectively, the model predicts that whereas phasic dopamine indirectly affects behaviour through reinforcing stimulus-response associations, tonic dopamine can directly affect behaviour through manipulating the competition between the habitual and the goal-directed systems and thus, affect reaction time. 2011-09-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
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