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  1. Anterior cingulate cortex lesions abolish budget effects on effort-ba…

    Hu, Y., van Wingerden, M., Sellitto, M., Schäble, S., & Kalenscher, T. (2021). Anterior cingulate cortex lesions abolish budget effects on effort-based decision-making in rat consumers. Journal of Neuroscience, 41(20), 4448-4460.
  2. Rat ultrasonic vocalizations as social reinforcers—Implications for a…

    Kalenscher, T., Schönfeld, L. M., Löbner, S., Wöhr, M., van Berkel, M., Zech, M. P., & van Wingerden, M. (2021). Rat ultrasonic vocalizations as social reinforcers—Implications for a multilevel model of the cognitive representation of action and rats’ social world. In Language, Cognition, and Mind (pp. 411-438). (Language, Cognition, and Mind; Vol. 7). Springer Nature.
  3. Distinct Profiles of 50 kHz Vocalizations Differentiate Between Socia…

    Seidisarouei, M., van Gurp, S., Pranic, N. M., Calabus, I. N., van Wingerden, M., & Kalenscher, T. (2021). Distinct Profiles of 50 kHz Vocalizations Differentiate Between Social Versus Non-social Reward Approach and Consumption. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 15, [693698].
  4. Vicarious reward unblocks associative learning about novel cues in ma…

    van Gurp, S., Hoog, J., Kalenscher, T., & van Wingerden, M. (2020). Vicarious reward unblocks associative learning about novel cues in male rats. Elife, 9, 1-25. [e60755].
  5. Social Value Unblocks Pavlovian Reinforcement Learning in Male Rats

    van Gurp, S., Hoog, J., Kalenscher, T., & Wingerden, M. V. (2019). Social Value Unblocks Pavlovian Reinforcement Learning in Male Rats. BioRxiv.

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