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Paul G Overton
Paul G Overton
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Burst firing in midbrain dopaminergic neurons
PG Overton, D Clark
Brain Research Reviews 25 (3), 312-334, 1997
5661997
A direct projection from superior colliculus to substantia nigra for detecting salient visual events
E Comoli, V Coizet, J Boyes, JP Bolam, NS Canteras, RH Quirk, ...
Nature neuroscience 6 (9), 974-980, 2003
3442003
How visual stimuli activate dopaminergic neurons at short latency
E Dommett, V Coizet, CD Blaha, J Martindale, V Lefebvre, N Walton, ...
Science 307 (5714), 1476-1479, 2005
3412005
Iontophoretically administered drugs acting at the N‐methyl‐D‐aspartate receptor modulate burst firing in A9 dopamine neurons in the rat
P Overton, D Clark
Synapse 10 (2), 131-140, 1992
2611992
Stimulation of the prefrontal cortex in the rat induces patterns of activity in midbrain dopaminergic neurons which resemble natural burst events
ZY Tong, PG Overton, D Clark
Synapse 22 (3), 195-208, 1996
2221996
Is disgust a homogeneous emotion?
J Simpson, S Carter, SH Anthony, PG Overton
Motivation and emotion 30 (1), 31-41, 2006
2122006
Self-disgust mediates the relationship between dysfunctional cognitions and depressive symptomatology.
PG Overton, FE Markland, HS Taggart, GL Bagshaw, J Simpson
Emotion 8 (3), 379, 2008
1612008
Stimulation of the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus in the rat produces burst firing in A9 dopaminergic neurons
SJA Lokwan, PG Overton, MS Berry, D Clark
Neuroscience 92 (1), 245-254, 1999
1481999
Neurovascular coupling is brain region-dependent
IM Devonshire, NG Papadakis, M Port, J Berwick, AJ Kennerley, ...
Neuroimage 59 (3), 1997-2006, 2012
1322012
Long-term potentiation at excitatory amino acid synapses on midbrain dopamine neurons
PG Overton, CD Richards, MS Berry, D Clark
Neuroreport 10 (2), 221-226, 1999
1281999
Segregated anatomical input to sub-regions of the rodent superior colliculus associated with approach and defense
E Comoli, P Das Neves Favaro, N Vautrelle, M Leriche, PG Overton, ...
Frontiers in neuroanatomy 6, 9, 2012
1272012
Antagonism of NMDA receptors but not AMPA/kainate receptors blocks bursting in dopaminergic neurons induced by electrical stimulation of the prefrontal cortex
ZY Tong, PG Overton, D Clark
Journal of neural transmission 103 (8), 889-904, 1996
1041996
Interactions between the midbrain superior colliculus and the basal ganglia
P Redgrave, V Coizet, E Comoli, JG McHaffie, M Leriche, N Vautrelle, ...
Frontiers in neuroanatomy 4, 132, 2010
1022010
Nociceptive responses of midbrain dopaminergic neurones are modulated by the superior colliculus in the rat
V Coizet, EJ Dommett, P Redgrave, PG Overton
Neuroscience 139 (4), 1479-1493, 2006
992006
A direct projection from superior colliculus to substantia nigra pars compacta in the cat
JG McHaffie, H Jiang, PJ May, V Coizet, PG Overton, BE Stein, ...
Neuroscience 138 (1), 221-234, 2006
912006
The revolting self: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of self‐disgust in females with depressive symptoms
PA Powell, PG Overton, J Simpson
Journal of Clinical Psychology 70 (6), 562-578, 2014
822014
The parabrachial nucleus is a critical link in the transmission of short latency nociceptive information to midbrain dopaminergic neurons
V Coizet, EJ Dommett, EM Klop, P Redgrave, PG Overton
Neuroscience 168 (1), 263-272, 2010
792010
Short-latency visual input to the subthalamic nucleus is provided by the midbrain superior colliculus
V Coizet, JH Graham, J Moss, JP Bolam, M Savasta, JG McHaffie, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (17), 5701-5709, 2009
752009
The relationship between ADHD traits and sensory sensitivity in the general population
M Panagiotidi, PG Overton, T Stafford
Comprehensive psychiatry 80, 179-185, 2018
742018
Preferential occupation of mineralocorticoid receptors by corticosterone enhances glutamate-induced burst firing in rat midbrain dopaminergic neurons
PG Overton, ZY Tong, PF Brain, D Clark
Brain research 737 (1-2), 146-154, 1996
731996
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