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Simulating dopamine imbalance 1 **** Manuscript in press in the IJCNN11 Special Issue of Neural Networks ****
 

Summary: Simulating dopamine imbalance 1
**** Manuscript in press in the IJCNN11 Special Issue of Neural Networks ****
Simulating the Effects of Dopamine Imbalance on Cognition:
From Positive Affect to Parkinson's Disease
Sébastien Hélie, Erick J. Paul, F. Gregory Ashby
University of California, Santa Barbara
Running head: Simulating dopamine imbalance
For correspondence,
Sébastien Hélie
Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9660
Phone: (805) 284-9474
Fax : (805) 893-4303
E-mail: sebastien.helie@psych.ucsb.edu
Version R1.1, last modified January 3, 2012.
Simulating dopamine imbalance 2
Abstract
Cools (2006) suggested that prefrontal dopamine levels are related to cognitive stability
whereas striatal dopamine levels are related to cognitive plasticity. With such a wide

  

Source: Ashby, F. Gregory - Department of Psychology, University of California at Santa Barbara

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences