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Books

2011

  1. Publicity Cardinal RN, Bullmore ET (2011). The Diagnosis of Psychosis. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. [ tinyurl.com/DiagnosisOfPsychosis | Cambridge University Press | Amazon UK | Amazon US | ISBN 978-0521164849 ]

2006

  1. Publicity Cardinal RN, Aitken MRF (2006). ANOVA for the Behavioural Sciences Researcher. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New Jersey, USA. [ tinyurl.com/AnovaBSR | Psychology Press (Taylor & Francis) | Hardback: ISBN 0805855858, Amazon UK, Amazon US | Paperback: ISBN 0805855866, Amazon UK, Amazon US | Supporting Web site | Errata | Web links | Open Library paperback, hardback | Google Books ]

Primary data papers and review articles

Articles indexed by digital object identifier (DOI) can also be looked up from dx.doi.org or www.crossref.org. Any DOI can be directly transformed into a URL; for doi:xxx, the URL is http://dx.doi.org/xxx.

2014

  1. Rygula R, Clarke HF, Cardinal RN, Cockroft GJ, Xia J, Roberts TW, Roberts AC (2014). Role of central serotonin in anticipation of rewarding or punishing outcomes: effects of selective amygdala or orbitofrontal 5-HT depletion. Cerebral Cortex (online publication 30 May 2014). [ doi:10.1093/cercor/bhu102 | PDF | PubMed:24879752 ]
  1. Clarke HF (*), Cardinal RN (*), Rygula R, Hong YT, Fryer TD, Sawiak SJ, Ferrari V, Cockcroft G, Aigbirhio FI, Robbins TW, Roberts AC (2014). Orbitofrontal dopamine depletion up-regulates caudate dopamine and produces behavioral changes akin to schizophrenia. Journal of Neuroscience 34: 7663–7676. [ doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0718-14.2014 | PDF | PubMed:24872570 (*) Joint first authors. ]

2013

  1. Gillan CM, Morein-Zamir S, Kasar M, Fineberg NA, Sule A, Sahakian BJ, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (2013). Counterfactual processing of economic action–outcome alternatives in obsessive–compulsive disorder: Further evidence of impaired goal-directed behavior. Biological Psychiatry [epub ahead of print]. [ doi:10.1016/j.biopsych.2013.01.018 | PubMed:23452663 ]

2010

  1. Cardinal RN, Aitken MRF (2010). Whisker: a client–server high-performance multimedia research control system. Behavior Research Methods 42: 1059–1071. [ doi:10.3758/BRM.42.4.1059 | PDF | PubMed:21139173 ]
  2. Cardinal RN, Everitt BJ (2010). Neural systems of motivation. In Koob GF, Thompson RF, Le Moal M (eds), Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience, vol. 2, pp. 376–386. Elsevier / Academic Press, Oxford (ISBN 9780080447322). [ PDF (password required) ]
  3. Cardinal RN (2010). Analysis of variance. In Weiner IB, Craighead WE (eds), Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology (fourth edition), pp. 92–98. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey (ISBN 9780470170243). [ Manuscript PDF (there are font errors in the printed version) ]

2009

  1. Cardinal RN, Shah DN, Edwards CJ, Hughes GRV, Fernández-Egea E (2009). Psychosis and catatonia as a first presentation of antiphospholipid syndrome. British Journal of Psychiatry 195: 272. [ doi:10.1192/bjp.195.3.272 | PDF | PubMed:19721128 ]
  2. Cardinal RN, Gregory CA (2009). Osteomalacia and vitamin D deficiency in a psychiatric rehabilitation unit: case report and survey. BMC Research Notes 2: 82. [ doi:10.1186/1756-0500-2-82 | PDF N.B. DOI version has extra features | DSpace@Cambridge | PubMed:19426538 ]

2007

  1. Zernig G, Ahmed SH, Cardinal RN, Morgan D, Acquas E, Foltin RW, Vezina P, Negus SS, Crespo JA, Stöckl P, Grubinger P, Madlung E, Haring C, Kurz M, Saria A (2007). Explaining the escalation of drug use in substance dependence: Models and appropriate animal laboratory tests. Pharmacology 80: 65–119. [ doi:10.1159/000103923 | PDF | PubMed:17570954 ]
  2. Chamberlain SR, Müller U, Deakin JB, Corlett PR, Dowson J, Cardinal RN, Aitken MRF, Robbins TW, Sahakian BJ (2007). Lack of deleterious effects of buspirone on cognition in healthy male volunteers. Journal of Psychopharmacology 21: 210–215. Electronic publication 18 October 2006. [ doi:10.1177/0269881107068066 | PDF | Advance Access PDF | PubMed:17329302 ]

2006

  1. Cardinal RN (2006). Neural systems implicated in delayed and probabilistic reinforcement. Neural Networks 19: 1277–1301. [ doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2006.03.004 | PDF | PubMed:16938431 ]
  2. Publicity Robbins TW, Cardinal RN, Di Ciano P, Halligan PWG, Hellemans KGC, Lee JLC, Everitt BJ (2006). Neuroscience of drugs and addiction. UK Office of Science and Technology Foresight: Brain Science, Addiction and Drugs project, 13 July 2005; www.foresight.gov.uk. Chapter 3 of Nutt D, Robbins TW, Stimson GV, Ince M, Jackson A (eds), Drugs and the Future: Brain Science, Addiction and Society, pp. 11–88. Academic Press, London, 2006 (ISBN 978-0-12-370624-9). [ Manuscript PDF | Published PDF, though with the fonts bitmapped and colour removed from a colour figure | Summary PDF | Foresight: Brain Science, Addiction and Drugs project (The OST is part of the Department of Trade and Industry; the project was also supported by the Home Office and the Department of Health.) ]
  3. Winstanley CA, Theobald DEH, Dalley JW, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (2006). Double dissociation between serotonergic and dopaminergic modulation of medial prefrontal and orbitofrontal cortex during a test of impulsive choice. Cerebral Cortex 16: 106–114 (2006; advance access 13 April 2005). [ doi:10.1093/cercor/bhi088 | PDF | Advance Access PDF | PubMed:15829733 ]

2005

  1. Cardinal RN, Howes NJ (2005). Effects of lesions of the nucleus accumbens core on choice between small certain rewards and large uncertain rewards in rats. BMC Neuroscience 6: 37. [ doi:10.1186/1471-2202-6-37 | PDF N.B. DOI version has extra features | PubMed:15921529 ]
  2. Publicity Cheung THC, Cardinal RN (2005). Hippocampal lesions facilitate instrumental learning with delayed reinforcement but induce impulsive choice in rats. BMC Neuroscience 6: 36. [ doi:10.1186/1471-2202-6-36 | PDF N.B. DOI version has extra features | DSpace@Cambridge | PubMed:15892889 ]
  3. Publicity Cardinal RN, Cheung THC (2005). Nucleus accumbens core lesions retard instrumental learning and performance with delayed reinforcement in the rat. BMC Neuroscience 6: 9. [ doi:10.1186/1471-2202-6-9 | PDF N.B. DOI version has extra features | DSpace@Cambridge | PubMed:15691387 ]

2004

  1. Dalley JW, Theobald DE, Bouger P, Chudasama Y, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (2004). Cortical cholinergic function and deficits in visual attentional performance in rats following 192 IgG-saporin-induced lesions of the medial prefrontal cortex. Cerebral Cortex 14: 922–932. [ PDF | doi:10.1093/cercor/bhh052 | PubMed:15084496 ]
  2. Winstanley CA, Theobald DEH, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (2004). Contrasting roles of basolateral amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex in impulsive choice. Journal of Neuroscience 24: 4718–4722. [ PDF | doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.5606-03.2004 | PubMed:15152031 ]
  3. Cardinal RN (2004). Waiting for better things. The Psychologist 17: 684–687. [ PDF | Manuscript PDF | The Psychologist 17: 684 | Winners of the BPS Doctoral award ]
  4. Publicity Dalley JW, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (2004). Prefrontal executive and cognitive functions in rodents: neural and neurochemical substrates. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 28: 771–784. [ PDF | doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2004.09.006 | PubMed:15555683 ]
  5. Cardinal RN, Everitt BJ (2004). Neural and psychological mechanisms underlying appetitive learning: links to drug addiction. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 14(2): 156–162. [ PDF | doi:10.1016/j.conb.2004.03.004 | PubMed:15082319 ]
  6. Cardinal RN, Winstanley CA, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2004). Limbic corticostriatal systems and delayed reinforcement. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1021: 33–50. (Adolescent Brain Development: Vulnerabilities and Opportunities; New York Academy of Sciences; New York City, New York, USA; 18–20 September 2003. ISBN 1573315060.) [ PDF | doi:10.1196/annals.1308.004 | See also NYAS e-briefing and PDF on NYAS site | PubMed:15251872 ]

2003

  1. Cardinal RN (2003, online publication only). Succumbing to instant gratification without the nucleus accumbens. Finalist review essay for Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology, 2003. Science Online, via http://www.sciencemag.org/site/feature/data/prizes/eppendorf/2003/2003winners.xhtml, cited in Science 302: 801. [ Manuscript PDF | On-line version | 2003 competition details ]
  2. Cardinal RN, Parkinson JA, Hall J, Everitt BJ (2003). The contribution of the amygdala, ventral striatum, and prefrontal cortex to emotion and motivated behaviour. International Congress Series 1250: 347–370. In Ono T, Matsumoto G, Llinás RR, Berthoz A, Norgren R, Nishijo H, Tamura R (eds), Cognition and Emotion in the Brain (International Symposium on Limbic and Association Cortical Systems: Basic, Clinical and Computational Aspects, Toyama, Japan; 7–12 October 2002). Elsevier, Amsterdam (ISBN 0444512446). [ PDF | doi:10.1016/S0531-5131(03)01013-6 ]
  3. Publicity Cardinal RN, Parkinson JA, Djafari Marbini H, Toner AJ, Bussey TJ, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2003). Role of the anterior cingulate cortex in the control over behavior by Pavlovian conditioned stimuli in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience 117: 566–587. [ PDF | doi:10.1037/0735-7044.117.3.566 | PubMed:12802885 ]
  4. Everitt BJ, Cardinal RN, Parkinson JA, Robbins TW (2003). Appetitive behavior: impact of amygdala-dependent mechanisms of emotional learning. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 985: 233–250. (The Amygdala in Brain Function: Basic and Clinical Approaches; New York Academy of Sciences; Galveston Island, Texas, USA; 24–26 March 2002. ISBN 1573314048.) [ PDF | PubMed:12724162 ]
  5. Cardinal RN, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2003). Choosing delayed rewards: perspectives from learning theory, neurochemistry, and neuroanatomy. Chapter 6 (and reply to commentary) of Vuchinich RE, Heather N (eds), Choice, Behavioural Economics and Addiction, pp. 183–213 and 217–218 (proceedings of a conference in Birmingham, Alabama, USA; 15–17 March 2002). Elsevier, Amsterdam (ISBN 0080440568). [ Manuscript PDF | Reply PDF ]

2002

  1. Publicity Parkinson JA, Dalley JW, Cardinal RN, Bamford A, Fenhert B, Lachenal G, Rudarakanchana N, Halkerston KM, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2002). Nucleus accumbens dopamine depletion impairs both acquisition and performance of appetitive Pavlovian approach behaviour: implications for mesoaccumbens dopamine function. Behavioural Brain Research 137: 149–163. [ PDF | doi:10.1016/S0166-4328(02)00291-7 | PubMed:12445721 ]
  2. Cardinal RN, Daw N, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2002). Local analysis of behaviour in the adjusting-delay task for assessing choice of delayed reinforcement. Neural Networks 15: 617–634. [ PDF | doi:10.1016/S0893-6080(02)00053-9 | PubMed:12371516 ]
  3. Publicity Cardinal RN, Parkinson JA, Hall J, Everitt BJ (2002). Emotion and motivation: the role of the amygdala, ventral striatum, and prefrontal cortex. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 26: 321–352. [ PDF | Manuscript PDF with references by name | Acknowledgements (erroneously omitted) | doi:10.1016/S0149-7634(02)00007-6 | PubMed:12034134 ]
  4. Publicity Cardinal RN, Parkinson JA, Lachenal G, Halkerston KM, Rudarakanchana N, Hall J, Morrison CH, Howes SR, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2002). Effects of selective excitotoxic lesions of the nucleus accumbens core, anterior cingulate cortex, and central nucleus of the amygdala on autoshaping performance in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience 116: 553–567. [ PDF | doi:10.1037//0735-7044.116.4.553 | PubMed:12148923 ]

2001

  1. Di Ciano P, Cardinal RN, Cowell RA, Little SJ, Everitt BJ (2001). Differential involvement of NMDA, AMPA/kainate and dopamine receptors in the nucleus accumbens core in the acquisition and performance of Pavlovian approach behavior. Journal of Neuroscience 21: 9471–9477. [ PDF | PubMed:11717381 ]
  2. Dalley JW, McGaughy J, O'Connell MT, Cardinal RN, Levita L, Robbins TW (2001). Distinct changes in cortical acetylcholine and noradrenaline efflux during contingent and non-contingent performance of a visual attentional task. Journal of Neuroscience 21: 4908–4914. [ PDF | PubMed:11425918 ]
  3. Publicity Cardinal RN, Pennicott DR, Sugathapala CL, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2001). Impulsive choice induced in rats by lesions of the nucleus accumbens core. Science 292: 2499–2501. [ PDF 29 June 2001 | Science Express PDF 24 May 2001 | doi:10.1126/science.1060818 | Supplementary figure as original, GIF, JPEG, PDF | Press coverage | PubMed:11375482 ]
  4. Rahman S, Sahakian BJ, Cardinal RN, Rogers RD, Robbins TW (2001). Decision-making and neuropsychiatry. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 5: 271–277. [ PDF | doi:10.1016/S1364-6613(00)01650-8 | PubMed:11390298, with errors ]

2000

  1. Cardinal RN, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2000). The effects of d-amphetamine, chlordiazepoxide, alpha-flupenthixol and behavioural manipulations on choice of signalled and unsignalled delayed reinforcement in rats. Psychopharmacology 152: 362–375. [ PDF | doi:10.1007/s002130000536 | PubMed:11140328 ]
  2. Parkinson JA, Cardinal RN, Everitt BJ (2000). Limbic cortico-ventral striatal systems underlying appetitive conditioning. Progress in Brain Research 126: 263–285. Chapter 17 of Uylings HBM, van Eden CG, de Bruin JPC, Feenstra MGP, Pennartz CMA (eds), Cognition, emotion and autonomic responses: The integrative role of prefrontal cortex and limbic structures. Elsevier, Amsterdam (ISBN 0444503323). [ PDF | Manuscript PDF | doi:10.1016/S0079-6123(00)26019-6 | PubMed:11105652 ]
  3. Everitt BJ, Cardinal RN, Hall J, Parkinson JA, Robbins TW (2000). Differential involvement of amygdala subsystems in appetitive conditioning and drug addiction. Chapter 10 of Aggleton JP (ed.), The amygdala: a functional analysis (second edition), pp. 353–390. Oxford University Press, New York (ISBN 0198505019). [ Manuscript PDF ]

Abstracts and conference proceedings

2011

  1. Publicity Cardinal RN, Bullmore ET (2011). The diagnosis of psychosis: a review and clinical guide to the diagnosis of conditions causing psychotic symptoms. (Royal College of Psychiatrists Section of Neuropsychiatry conference; 8–9 September 2011; Robinson College, Cambridge, UK.) [ Abstract HTML | Poster PDF | Talk slide PDF ]

2004

  1. Publicity Cardinal RN (2004). Is it worth the wait? Neurobiology of delayed reinforcement. (Autumn School in Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Oxford; 27–30 September 2004; Oxford, UK.) [ HTML | Slides as PDF ]
  2. Murphy ER, Dalley JW, Laane KF, Cardinal RN, Hellemans KGC, Robbins TW (2004). Local glutamate receptor antagonism in the rat prefrontal cortex disrupts response inhibition in a spatial attentional task. Program no. 781.11; 2004 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2004. Online. (SFN San Diego.) [ HTML ]
  3. Lehmann O, Eagle DM, Ito R, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (2004). Involvement of prelimbic cortex and hippocampus in visuospatial attention and working memory in rats: a comparison of delayed matching and nonmatching to sample performance. Program no. 332.11; 2004 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2004. Online. (Society for Neuroscience 34th Annual Meeting, 23–27 October 2004, San Diego, California, USA.) [ HTML ]
  4. Cardinal RN (2004). Neurobiology of delayed reinforcement. (British Psychological Society Annual Conference; 15–17 April 2004; London, UK.) [ HTML | Slides as PDF ]

2003

  1. Dalley JW, Theobald JEH, Cardinal RN, Robbins TW (2003). Monoamines, acetylcholine and contingency of reward delivery in instrumental behaviour. (Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience: 10th International Conference on In Vivo Methods; 24–27 June 2003; Stockholm, Sweden.) [ PDF ]
  2. Publicity Cardinal RN (2003). The anatomical basis of desire and addiction. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 74: 835. (British Neuropsychiatry Association annual conference, 13–14 February 2003; London, UK.) [ HTML | JNNP abstracts | PDF | Slides as PDF ]
  3. Cardinal RN, Dalley JW, Passetti F, Theobald DE, Winstanley CA, Robbins TW (2003). Fronto-executive functions in rodents: neural and neurochemical substrates. (International Behavioral Neuroscience Society 12th Annual Meeting, 23–27 April 2003; San Juan, Puerto Rico.) [ HTML | Slides as PDF ]

2001

  1. Di Ciano P, Cardinal RN, Cowell R, Little SJ, Everitt BJ (2001). Triple dissociation in the effects of glutamatergic and dopaminergic antagonists in the nucleus accumbens core on the acquisition and performance of appetitive approach to a Pavlovian conditioned stimulus. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 27. (SFN San Diego, abstract #319.12.) [ HTML ]
  2. Cardinal RN, Pennicott DR, Sugathapala CL, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2001). Impulsive choice induced in rats by lesions of the nucleus accumbens core, but not of anterior cingulate or medial prefrontal cortex. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 27. (Society for Neuroscience 31st Annual Meeting, 10–15 November 2001, San Diego, California, USA; abstract #422.5.) [ HTML | Poster PDF ]
  3. Di Ciano P, Cardinal RN, Cowell R, Little SJ, Everitt BJ (2001). Triple dissociation in the effects of NMDA, AMPA/KA and DA antagonists on the acquisition and performance of discriminated Pavlovian approach to a conditioned stimulus. (First joint meeting of the European Brain and Behaviour Society and European Behavioural Pharmacology Society, 8–12 September 2001, Marseille, France.) [ See ix ]

2000

  1. Dalley JW, McGaughy J, Cardinal RN, Levita L, Everitt BJ, Robbins TW (2000). Increased release of acetylcholine and noradrenaline in rat medial prefrontal cortex during contingent and non-contingent performance of a visual attentional task. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 26: 2225. (SFN New Orleans; abstract #837.9.) [ HTML | Poster PDF ]
  2. Everitt BJ, Parkinson JA, Lachenal G, Halkerston KM, Rudarakanchana N, Cardinal RN, Hall J, Morrison CH, Dalley JW, Howes SR, Robbins TW (2000). Effects of limbic corticostriatal lesions on autoshaping performance in rats. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 26: 979. (SFN New Orleans; abstract #366.12.) [ HTML | Poster PDF ]
  3. Cardinal RN, Parkinson JA, Djafari Marbini H, Toner AJ, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2000). Role of the anterior cingulate cortex in the control over behaviour by Pavlovian conditioned stimuli in rats. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 26: 980. (Society for Neuroscience 30th Annual Meeting, 4–9 November 2000, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; abstract #366.13.) [ HTML | Poster PDF ]
  4. Publicity Cardinal RN, Parkinson JA, Robbins TW, Dickinson A, Everitt BJ (2000). Effects of lesions of the nucleus accumbens core and shell on response-specific Pavlovian–instrumental transfer. Journal of Psychopharmacology 14(3) (supplement): A68. (British Association for Psychopharmacology Summer Meeting, 16–19 July 2000, Cambridge, UK; abstract PH20.) [ HTML | Poster PDF ]
  5. Cardinal RN, Lachenal G, Parkinson JA, Robbins TW, Everitt BJ (2000). Effects of anterior cingulate cortex lesions on responding for conditioned reinforcement, discrete fear conditioning, autoshaping performance and Pavlovian–instrumental transfer. European Journal of Neuroscience 12 (supplement 11): 88 (abstract 44.8). (Federation of European Neuroscience Societies Second Forum Meeting, 24–28 June 2000, Brighton, UK.) [ HTML | Poster PDF | Handout PDF ]

1999

  1. Cardinal RN, Everitt BJ, Robbins TW (1999). Amphetamine interacts with cue stimuli to affect preference for delayed reinforcement. Behavioural Pharmacology 10 (supplement 1): S15–S16. (First Congress of the Behavioral Pharmacology Society and European Behavioural Pharmacology Society, 14 September 1999, Boston, Massachussetts, USA.) [ HTML | Slides as PDF ]

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