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Ahuja A, Rodrigeuz NY, Ashok AK, Serre T, Desrochers TM, Sheinberg D (2024). Monkeys engage in visual simulation to solve complex problems. doi:2024.02.21.581495. Web. PDF

Rodriguez NY, Ahuja A, Basu D, Desrochers TM (2024). Monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex shows anatomically and functionally specific responses to sequential but not temporal or image changes. doi:2024.02.13.580192. Web. PDF.

Doyle H, Boisseau CL, Garnaat SL, Rasmussen SA, Desrochers TM (2023). Abstract task sequence initiation deficit dissociates anxiety disorders from obsessive-compulsive disorder and healthy controls. doi:10.31234/ Web. PDF

Rodriguez NY, McKim TH, Basu D, Ahuja A, Desrochers TM (2023). Monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex represents abstract visual sequences during a no-report task. Journal of Neuroscience. 43(15), 2741-2755. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2058-22.2023. Web. PDF. 

Conen KE, Desrochers TM (2022). The neural basis of behavioral sequences in cortical and subcortical circuits. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190264086.013.421. Web. PDF

Desrochers TM, Ahuja A, Maechler MR, Shires J, Rodriguez N, Berryhill ME (2022). Caught in the ACTS: Defining Abstract Cognitive Task Sequences as an Independent Process. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34:1103-1113. Web. PDF.

McKim TH, Desrochers TM (2022). Reward Value Enhances Sequence Monitoring Ramping Dynamics as Ending Rewards Approach in the Rostrolateral Prefrontal Cortex. eNeuro 9:ENEURO.0003-00-2022. Web. PDF

Conen KE, Desrochers TM (2022). Unpacking self-ordered sequences. Neuron 110:566-568. Web. PDF

The PRIMatE Data and Resource Exchange (PRIME-DRE) Global Collaboration Workshop and Consortium (2022). Toward next-generation primate neuroscience: A collaboration-based strategic plan for integrative neuroimaging. Neuron 110(1):16-20. Web. PDF

Ahuja A, Desrochers TM, Sheinberg, DL (2021). A Role for Visual Areas in Physics Simulations. Neuroscience. Web. PDF.

Berryhill ME, Desrochers TM (2021). Addressing the Gender Gap in Research: Insights from a Women in Neuroscience Conference. Trends in Neurosciences 44:419-421. Web. PDF.

Trach JE, McKim TH, Desrochers TM. (2021). Abstract sequential task control is facilitated by practice and embedded motor sequences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 47:1638-1659. Web. PDF.

Szymula KP, Pasqualetti, F, Graybiel AM, Desrochers TM*Bassett DS*. (2020) Habit learning supported by efficiently controlled network dynamics in naive macaque monkeys. arXiv 2006.14565 *These authors contributed equally to this work.

Badre, D., & Desrochers, T.M. (2019). Hierarchical cognitive control and the frontal lobes. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 163:165-177. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-804281-6.00009-4. Web. PDF.

Desrochers, T.M. & McKim, T.H. (2019). What is a sequence? The neural mechanisms of perceptual, motor, and task sequence access species and their interaction with addiction. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190264086.013.289. Web. PDF. 

Burnett, C.J., Funderburk, S.C., Navarrete, J., Sabol, A., Liang-Guallpa, J., Desrochers, T.M., Krashes, M.J. (2019). Need-based prioritization of behavior. eLife; 8e44527. doi:10.7554/eLife.44527. Web. PDF.

Desrochers, T.M., Collins, A. G. E., & Badre, D. (2019). Sequential control underlies robust ramping dynamics in the rostrolateral prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience. 39(8), 1471-1483. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1060-18.2018. Web. PDF. 

Desrochers, T.M. (2018). SRT is as easy as 12AKDB3. Nature Human Behavior. doi:10.1038/s41562-018-0473-6. Web. PDF.

Desrochers, T.M., Burk, D.C., Badre, D. & Sheinberg, D.L. (2016). The monitoring and control of task sequences in human and non-human primates. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 9:185. doi:10.3389/fnsys.2015.00185. Web. Ebook. PDF.

Desrochers, T.M., Chatham, C.H. & Badre, D. (2015). The necessity of rostrolateral prefrontal cortex for higher-level sequential behavior. Neuron. 87(6), 1357-1368. PMID: 26402612. Web. PDF.

Desrochers, T.M., Amemori, K. & Graybiel, A.M. (2015). Habit learning by naïve macaques is marked by response sharpening of striatal neurons representing the cost and outcome of acquired action sequences. Neuron. 87(4), 853-68. PMID: 26291166. Web. PDF.

Desrochers, T.M. & Badre, D. (2012). Finding parallels in fronto-striatal organization. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16(8), 407-8. PMCID: PMC3432934. Web. PDF.

Feingold, J.*, Desrochers, T.M.*, Fujii, N.*, Harlan, R., Tierney, P.L., Shimazu, H., Amemori, K. & Graybiel, A.M. (2012). A system for recording neural activity chronically and simultaneously from multiple cortical and subcortical regions in non-human primates. Journal of Neurophysiology, 107(7), 1979-95. PMCID: PMC3331661. *these authors contributed equally to the work. Web. PDF.

Desrochers, T.M., Jin, D.Z., Goodman, N.D. & Graybiel, A.M. (2010). Optimal habits can develop spontaneously through sensitivity to local cost. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 107(47), 20512-7. PMCID: PMC2996716. CommentaryCover. PDF.

Repa, J.C., Muller, J., Apergis, J., Desrochers, T.M., Zhou, Y. & LeDoux, J.E. (2001). Two different lateral amygdala cell populations contribute to the initiation and storage of memory. Nature Neuroscience, 4(7), 724-31. PMID: 11426229. Web. PDF.