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Increased liking for a solution is not necessary for the attenuation of neophobia in rats
(American Psychological Association, 2010-06)
Recent evidence suggests that liking and wanting of food rewards can be experimentally dissociated (e.g., Berridge, 1996); this dissociation extends to attenuated neophobia in the present study. Rats tend to eat less of ...
The Parafascicular Thalamic Nucleus Concomitantly Influences Behavioral Flexibility and Dorsomedial Striatal Acetylcholine Output in Rats
(Society for Neuroscience, 2010-10-27)
Recent evidence suggests that a circuit involving the centromedian-parafascicular (Pf) thalamus and basal ganglia is critical for a shift away from biased actions. In particular, excitatory input from the Pf onto striatal ...
Aligning Psychological Assessment with Psychological Science
(Cambridge University Press, 2010-04)
Network analysis is a promising step forward in efforts to align psychological assessment with explanatory theory in psychological science. The implications of Cramer et al.'s analysis are quite general. Networks analysis ...
The Treatment Advocacy Program: A randomized controlled trial of a peer-led safer sex intervention for HIV-infected Men who have Sex with Men
(American Psychological Association, 2010-12)
Objectives: Primary care may be an effective venue for delivering behavioral interventions for sexual safety among HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM); however, few studies show efficacy for such an approach. We ...
Condom-related problems among a racially diverse sample of young men who have sex with men
(Springer Verlag, 2010-12-10)
HIV prevalence remains disproportionately high among men who have sex with men (MSM) . Young MSM (YMSM) exhibit particularly high HIV prevalence and are one of the few populations to demonstrate recent increases in their ...
From “Water boiling in a Peruvian town” to "Letting them die”: Culture, community intervention, and the metabolic balance between patience and zeal
(Springer Verlag, 2010-03)
The concept of culture has long been central to community psychology research and intervention. The purpose of this paper is to talk about the importance of interrogating the concept of culture for the development, ...