PUBLICATIONS

Kollins, S. H., & Adcock, R. A. (2014). ADHD, altered dopamine neurotransmission, and disrupted reinforcement processes: Implications for smoking and nicotine dependence. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry. pdf

Yaakub, S. N., Dorairaj, K., Poh, J. S., Asplund, C. L., Krishnan, R., Lee, J., Keefe, R. S. E., Adcock, R. A., Wood, S. J., & Chee, M. W. (2013). Preserved working memory and altered brain activation in persons at risk for psychosis. American Journal of Psychiatry, 170(11), 1297-1307. pdf

Clark, K., Cain, M. S., Adcock, R. A., & Mitroff, S. R. (2014). Context matters: The structure of task goals affects accuracy in multiple-target visual search. Applied ergonomics, 45(3), 528-533. pdf

Dandash, O., Fornito, A., Lee, J., Keefe, R. S., Chee, M. W., Adcock, R. A., Pantelis, C., Wood, S. J., & Harrison, B. J. (2013). Altered Striatal Functional Connectivity in Subjects With an At-Risk Mental State for Psychosis. Schizophrenia bulletin, sbt093. pdf

Libertus, K., Gibson, J., Hidayatallah, N. Z., Hirtle, J., Adcock, R. A., & Needham, A. (2013). Size matters: How age and reaching experiences shape infants’ preferences for different sized objects. Infant Behavior and Development, 36(2), 189-198. pdf

Murty VP, Ballard I, MacDuffie K, Krebs RM,
Adcock RA. Hippocampal networks habituate as novelty accumulates. Learning & Memory. 2013 20: 229-235. pdf
 
Murty VP,
Adcock RA. Enriched encoding: Reward motivation organizes cortical networks for hippocampal detection of unexpected events. Cerebral Cortex. 2013 pdf

Murty VP, LaBar KS, Adcock RA. Threat of punishment motivates memory encoding via amygdala, not midbrain, interactions with the medial temporal lobe. Journal of Neuroscience. June 27, 2012. 32(26):8969-8976. pdf

Murty VP, LaBar KS, Hamilton DA, Adcock RA. Is all motivation good for learning: Dissociable influences of approach and avoidance motivation in declarative memory. Learning and Memory. 2011 18: 712-717 pdf

Ballard IC, Murty VP, Carter RM, MacInnes JJ, Huettel SA, Adcock RA. Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex drives mesolimbic dopaminergic regions to initiate motivated behavior. Journal of Neuroscience. 31(28):10340-10346, 2011. pdf

Murty VP, Ritchey M, Adcock RA, LaBar KS. fMRI studies of successful emotional memory encoding: A quantitative meta-analysis. Neuropsychologia. 48(12):3459-69, 2010. pdf

Shohamy D, Adcock RA. Dopamine and adaptive memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 14(10): 464-472, 2010. pdf

Whitford TJ, Mathalon DH, Shenton ME, Roach BJ, Bammer R, Adcock RA, Bouix S, Kubicki M, De Siebenthal J, Rausch AC, Schneiderman JS, Ford JM. Electrophysiological and diffusion tensor imaging evidence of delayed corollary discharges in patients with schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine. July 22:1-11. 2010. pdf

Han, S., Huettel, S. A., Raposo, A., Adcock, R. A., & Dobbins, I. G. (2010). Functional significance of striatal responses during episodic decisions: recovery or goal attainment?. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30(13), 4767-4775. pdf

Dale CL, Findaly AM, Adcock RA, Vertinski M, Fisher M, Genevsky A, Aldebot S, Subramaniam K, Luks TL, Simpson GV, Nagarajan SS, Vinogradov S. Timing is everything: Neural response dynamics during syllable processing and its relation to higher-order cognition in schizophrenia and healthy comparison subjects. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 75(2):183-93, 2010. pdf

Adcock RA, Dale C, Fisher M, Aldebot S, Genevsky A, Simpson GV, Nagarajan S, and Vinogradov S. When top-down meets bottom-up: Auditory training enhances verbal memory in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 35(6): 1132-41, 2009. pdf

Carter RM, MacInnes JJ, Huettel SA, Adcock RA. Activation in the VTA and nucleus accumbens increases in anticipation of both gains and losses. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 3(21), 2009. pdf

Adcock RA, Thangavel A, Whitfield-Gabrieli S, Knutson B, Gabrieli JDE. Reward-motivated learning: Mesolimbic activation precedes memory formation. Neuron, 50(3): 507-17, 2006. pdf

Knutson B, Adcock RA. Remembrance of rewards past. Neuron, 45(3):331-332, 2005. pdf

Adcock RA, Constable RT, Gore JC, Goldman-Rakic PS. Functional neuroanatomy of executive processes involved in dual-task performance. PNAS USA 97(7): 3567-72, 2000. pdf

Adcock RA. Heterarchical organization of human prefrontal cortex: Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging. Doctoral Thesis, Yale University, 1999.

Lane JD, Adcock RA, Burnett RE. Respiratory sinus arrhythmia and cardiovascular responses to stress. Psychophysiology, 29(4): 461-70, 1992. pdf

Lane JD, Adcock RA, Williams RB, Kuhn CM. Caffeine effects on cardiovascular and neuroendocrine responses to acute psychosocial stress and their relationship to level of habitual caffeine consumption. Psychosomatic Medicine, 52(3): 320-36, 1990. pdf


ABSTRACTS

Loiotile RE, Adcock RA, Courtney SM.  Test date expectancy affects
memory performance.  
Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, San Diego, CA, 2013.

Dickerson KC*, MacInnes JJ*,
Adcock RA. Sustained activation of the human dopaminergic midbrain using real-time fMRI. Mechanisms of Motivation, Cognition, and Aging Interactions, Washington, D.C. 2013.

Clement NJ,
Adcock RA. “Move faster to learn better: Exploration
speed impacts learning about objects and their locations.”
Entertainment Software and Cognitive Neurotherapeutics Society, Los
Angeles, CA, 2013.

Clement NJ,
Adcock RA. “Move faster to learn better: Exploration
speed impacts learning about objects and their locations.”
Cognitive
Neuroscience Society
, San Francisco, CA, 2013.

Murty VP, LaBar KS,
Adcock RA. The active avoidance of threat enhances neural sensitivity to expectancy violation. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Abstracts, San Francisco, CA, 2013.

Sumner EJ, Duffy KB,
Adcock RA. Dopaminergic modulation of Reward-Motivated Memory. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Abstracts, San Francisco, CA, 2013.

Clement NJ,
Adcock RA. “Move faster to learn better: Exploration
speed impacts learning about objects and their locations.”
Mechanisms
of Motivation, Cognition, and Aging Interactions
, Washington, DC,
2013.


Johnson EB, Wilson J, Poh J, Yaakub S, Dorairaj K, Rapisarda A, Chee M, Chong SA, Subramaniam M, Keefe R, Kraus M, Lee J, Bong YL, Adcock RA. Midbrain modulation of hippocampus dependent learning in Singaporeans at ultra high risk for the development of schizophrenia. Society of Biological Psychiatry, Philadelphia, PA, 2012.

Murty VP, LaBar KS, Adcock RA. How motivational context shapes mnemonic content: reward and punishment motivation drive different medial temporal structures for encoding expectancy violations. Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA, 2012.

Shermohammed M, Murty V, Smith DV, Carter RM, Huettel S, Adcock RA. Resting-state analysis of the ventral tegmental area and substantia nigra reveals differential connectivity with the prefrontal cortex. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Chicago, IL, 2012.

Murty V, Adcock RA. Reward motivation increases hippocampal sensitivity to and memory for expectancy violations (GSA Winner). Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Chicago, IL, 2012.

Murty VP, Chong SA, Subramaniam M, Keefe RSE, Kraus MS, Poh J, Dorairaj K, Thong J, Bong YL, Chee MW, Adcock RA. Amygdala reactivity in Singaporeans at ultra-high risk for the development of schizophrenia. Society of Biological Psychiatry, San Francisco, California, 2011.

MacDuffie KE, Johnson EB, Iyengar T, Addis DR, Adcock RA. Reward facilitates construction and later memory of autobiographical episodes. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, California, 2011.

MacInnes J, MacDuffie KE, Adcock RA. Instructed salience modulates reward-motivated enhancements in item and relational memory.
Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, California, 2011.

Murty VP, LaBar KS, Adcock RA. Threat of shock facilitates scene encoding: A neuroimaging study of instrumental declarative learning. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, San Deigo, CA, 2010.

MacInnes J, MacDuffie K, Adcock RA. Differential impact of reward on item versus source memory. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, San Diego, CA, 2010.

Johnson EB, Adcock RA. Generalized enhancement of episodic memory by prior reward experience. Society of Biological Psychiatry Abstracts, New Orleans, LA, 2010.

Ballard IB, Murty V, MacInnes J, Carter RM, Huettel S, Adcock RA. Network dynamics of the mesolimbic dopamine system during human reward anticipation: A DCM study. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Abstracts, Montreal, Canada, 2010.

MacDuffie K, Murty V, Adcock RA. Dissociable effects of reward and punishment motivation on memory precision for semantically-related word lists. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Abstracts, Montreal, Canada, 2010.

Murty V, LaBar K, Rainey C, Hamilton D, Adcock RA. The impact of approach and avoidance motivation on spatial learning in humans. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Abstracts, Montreal, Canada, 2010.

Johnson EB, Adcock RA. Enhancement of episodic memory by prior reward experience. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, Chicago, IL, 2009.

Murty VP, LaBar KS, Hamilton DA, Adcock RA. The impact of negative-reinforcement on spatial learning in humans during a modified Morris water maze. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, Chicago, IL, 2009.

MacInnes J, Carter RM, Adcock RA, Huettel S. Rewards earned for others – An fMRI study of the neural correlates of altruism. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Abstracts, San Francisco, CA, 2009.

MacInnes J, Rouse E, Figueroa S, Ely S, Adcock RA. Pupillary indices of successful reward-motivated learning. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, Washington, D.C., 2008.

Murty VP, Whitfield-Gabrieli S, Gabrieli JDE, Adcock RA. Effective connectivity of mesolimbic regions during reward-motivated learning as assessed by fMRI.  Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2008.

Han S, Huettel S, Raposo A, Adcock RA, Dobbins IG. Memory as reward: Goal-directed reward processes during episodic recognition. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, Washington, D.C. 2008.