The F1000 is a group of expert scientists and clinical researchers who recommend the best articles they have read in their specialties, compiled in a core directory on F1000 Prime. Dr. Corlett and Dr. Paul Fletcher are currently writing a monthly commentary on papers for the F1000 - see the links below to view their article selections & commentaries.
- Neural estimates of imagined outcomes in the orbitofrontal cortex drive behavior and learning
- A causal link between prediction errors, dopamine neurons and learning.
- Imaging patients with psychosis and a mouse model establishes a spreading pattern of hippocampal dysfuntion and implicates glutamate as a driver.
- Using co-occurrence to evaluate belief coherence in a non clinical sample.
- Different glutamate receptors convey feedforward and recurrent processing in macaque V1.
- Repetition is good? An internet trial on the illusory truth effect in schizophrenia and nonclinical participants.
- Spontaneous prediction error generation in schizophrenia.
- Behavioural memory reconsolidation of food and fear memories.
A selective role for dopamine in stimulus-reward learning.
- Preserved feedforward but impaired top-down processes in the vegetative state.
- Labile or stable: opposing consequences for memory when reactivated during waking and sleep.
- AGRP neurons are sufficient to orchestrate feeding behavior rapidly and without training.
- Thought for food: imagined consumption reduces actual consumption.
- On-line, voluntary control of human temporal lobe neurons.
- Synaesthetic colour in the brain: beyond colour areas. A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of synaesthetes and matched controls.
- Thinking outside a less intact box: thalamic dopamine D2 receptor densities are negatively related to psychometric creativity in healthy individuals.
- Increased synaptic dopamine function in associative regions of the striatum in schizophrenia.
- Postnatal NMDA receptor ablation in corticolimbic interneurons confers schizophrenia-like phenotypes.
- Social cognition modulates the sensory coding of observed gaze direction.
- Dopamine controls persistence of long-term memory storage.
- Novelty enhancements in memory are dependent on lateral prefrontal cortex.
- Two-year-olds with autism orient to non-social contingencies rather than biological motion.
- Associative learning of social value.