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Pete Clifton
Professor of Psychology (Psychology)
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Selected publications

Article

Nilsson, Simon R O, Alsio, Johan, Somerville, Elizabeth M and Clifton, Peter G (2015) The rat's not for turning: dissociating the psychological components of cognitive inflexibility. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 56. pp. 1-14. ISSN 0149-7634

Nilsson, Simon, Somerville, Liz and Clifton, Pete (2013) Dissociable effects of 5-HT2C receptor antagonism and genetic inactivation on perseverance and learned non-reward in an egocentric spatial reversal task. PLoS ONE, 8 (10). e77762. ISSN 1932-6203

Nilsson, S R O, Ripley, Tamzin, Somerville, E M and Clifton, P G (2012) Reduced activity at the 5-HT(2C) receptor enhances reversal learning by decreasing the influence of previously non-rewarded associations. Psychopharmacology, 224 (2). pp. 241-254. ISSN 0033-3158

Pulman, Kim G T, Somerville, Elizabeth M and Clifton, Peter G (2012) Intra-accumbens baclofen, but not muscimol, increases second order instrumental responding for food reward in rats. PloS ONE, 7 (7). e40057. ISSN 1932-6203

Nilsson, S R O, Ripley, Tamzin, Somerville, E M and Clifton, P G (2012) Reduced activity at the 5-HT2C receptor enhances reversal learning by decreasing the influence of previously non-rewarded associations. Psychopharmacology, 224 (2). pp. 241-254. ISSN 0033-3158

Morris, H V, Nilsson, S, Dixon, C I, Stephens, D N and Clifton, P G (2009) Alpha1- and alpha2-containing GABA(A) receptor modulation is not necessary for benzodiazepine-induced hyperphagia. Appetite, 52 (3). pp. 675-683. ISSN 0195-6663

Morris, Hannah, Stephens, Dai and Clifton, Pete (2008) GABA-A receptor subtypes, benzodiazepines and feeding. Appetite, 51 (3). p. 758. ISSN 0195-6663

Heisler, L K, Jobst, E E, Sutton, G M, Zhou, L, Borok, E, Thornton-Jones, Z, Liu, H Y, Zigman, J M, Balthasar, N, Kishi, T, Lee, C E, Aschkenasi, C J, Zhang, C Y, Yu, J, Boss, O, Mountjoy, K G, Clifton, P G, Lowell, B B, Friedman, J M, Horvath, T, Butler, A A, Elmquist, J K and Cowley, M A (2006) Serotonin Reciprocally Regulates Melanocortin Neurons to Modulate Food Intake. Neuron, 51. pp. 239-249.