Edwin Simons Robinson

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1964 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Stuart SA, Wood CM, Robinson ESJ. (2017) Using the affective bias test to predict drug-induced negative affect: implications for drug safety. British Journal of Pharmacology
Hinchcliffe JK, Stuart SA, Mendl M, et al. (2017) Further validation of the affective bias test for predicting antidepressant and pro-depressant risk: effects of pharmacological and social manipulations in male and female rats. Psychopharmacology
Refsgaard LK, Haubro K, Pickering DS, et al. (2016) Effects of sertraline, duloxetine, vortioxetine, and idazoxan in the rat affective bias test. Psychopharmacology
Benn A, Barker GR, Stuart SA, et al. (2016) Optogenetic Stimulation of Prefrontal Glutamatergic Neurons Enhances Recognition Memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 4930-9
Hales CA, Robinson ES, Houghton CJ. (2016) Diffusion Modelling Reveals the Decision Making Processes Underlying Negative Judgement Bias in Rats. Plos One. 11: e0152592
Wood CM, Nicolas CS, Choi SL, et al. (2016) Prevalence and influence of cys407* Grm2 mutation in Hannover-derived Wistar rats: mGlu2 receptor loss links to alcohol intake, risk taking and emotional behaviour. Neuropharmacology
Stuart SA, Robinson ES. (2015) Corrigendum: Reducing the stress of drug administration: implications for the 3Rs. Scientific Reports. 5: 17116
Stuart SA, Robinson ES. (2015) Reducing the stress of drug administration: implications for the 3Rs. Scientific Reports. 5: 14288
Phelps CE, Mitchell EN, Nutt DJ, et al. (2015) Psychopharmacological characterisation of the successive negative contrast effect in rats. Psychopharmacology. 232: 2697-709
Stuart SA, Butler P, Munafò MR, et al. (2015) Distinct Neuropsychological Mechanisms May Explain Delayed- Versus Rapid-Onset Antidepressant Efficacy. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 40: 2165-74
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