Travis Baker
Travis Baker
Assistant Professor, Center for Molecular and Behavioural Neuroscience, Rutgers University
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Dissociated roles of the anterior cingulate cortex in reward and conflict processing as revealed by the feedback error-related negativity and N200
TE Baker, CB Holroyd
Biological psychology 87 (1), 25-34, 2011
1932011
Electrophysiological evidence of atypical motivation and reward processing in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
CB Holroyd, TE Baker, KA Kerns, U Müller
Neuropsychologia 46 (8), 2234-2242, 2008
932008
Which way do I go? Neural activation in response to feedback and spatial processing in a virtual T-maze
TE Baker, CB Holroyd
Cerebral Cortex 19 (8), 1708-1722, 2009
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Network connectivity determines cortical thinning in early Parkinson’s disease progression
Y Yau, Y Zeighami, TE Baker, K Larcher, U Vainik, M Dadar, VS Fonov, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
592018
Individual differences in substance dependence: at the intersection of brain, behaviour and cognition
TE Baker, T Stockwell, G Barnes, CB Holroyd
Addiction Biology 16 (3), 458-466, 2011
532011
Neurobehavioral correlates of obesity are largely heritable
U Vainik, TE Baker, M Dadar, Y Zeighami, A Michaud, Y Zhang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (37), 9312-9317, 2018
422018
Constraints on decision making: implications from genetics, personality, and addiction
TE Baker, T Stockwell, CB Holroyd
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 13 (3), 417-436, 2013
242013
Reward sensitivity of ACC as an intermediate phenotype between DRD4-521T and substance misuse
TE Baker, T Stockwell, G Barnes, R Haesevoets, CB Holroyd
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (3), 460-471, 2016
232016
Atypical valuation of monetary and cigarette rewards in substance dependent smokers
TE Baker, JMA Wood, CB Holroyd
Clinical Neurophysiology 127 (2), 1358-1365, 2016
232016
It's all about timing: An electrophysiological examination of feedback-based learning with immediate and delayed feedback
Y Arbel, L Hong, TE Baker, CB Holroyd
Neuropsychologia 99, 179-186, 2017
212017
Oscillatory profiles of positive, negative and neutral feedback stimuli during adaptive decision making
P Li, TE Baker, C Warren, H Li
International Journal of Psychophysiology 107, 37-43, 2016
212016
Effects of delaying binge drinking on adolescent brain development: a longitudinal neuroimaging study
J Bourque, TE Baker, A Dagher, AC Evans, H Garavan, M Leyton, ...
BMC psychiatry 16 (1), 445, 2016
172016
Reversing the atypical valuation of drug and nondrug rewards in smokers using multimodal neuroimaging
TE Baker, P Lesperance, A Tucholka, S Potvin, K Larcher, Y Zhang, ...
Biological Psychiatry 82 (11), 819-827, 2017
162017
The topographical N170: electrophysiological evidence of a neural mechanism for human spatial navigation
TE Baker, CB Holroyd
Biological psychology 94 (1), 90-105, 2013
162013
ERPs and EEG oscillations, best friends forever: comment on Cohen et al.
CB Holroyd, A HajiHosseini, TE Baker
Trends in cognitive sciences 16 (4), 192, 2012
112012
Modulation of orbitofrontal-striatal reward activity by dopaminergic functional polymorphisms contributes to a predisposition to alcohol misuse in early adolescence
TE Baker, N Castellanos-Ryan, G Schumann, A Cattrell, H Flor, F Nees, ...
Psychological medicine, 2020
72020
Rightward-biased hemodynamic response of the parahippocampal system during virtual navigation
TE Baker, A Umemoto, A Krawitz, CB Holroyd
Scientific reports 5, 9063, 2015
52015
Smoking decisions: Altered reinforcement learning signals induced by nicotine state
TE Baker, Y Zeighami, A Dagher, CB Holroyd
Nicotine and Tobacco Research 22 (2), 164-171, 2020
32020
Impaired RPE signaling in substance dependence: comment on Parvaz et al.
T Baker, C Holroyd
Journal of Neuroscience [letter to the editor], 2015
32015
Genetics, drugs, and cognitive control: Uncovering individual differences in substance dependence
TE Baker
32012
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