SYMPOSIUM| Volume 87, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , S62, May 01, 2020

Sex Differences in Reward- and Punishment-Guided Actions

      Men and women show differences in prevalence, symptomology, and treatment responsivity in most brain disorders. Here we use rodent models to explore sex differences in reward-seeking and punishment-avoidance behaviors, which are critical to the pathophysiology of psychiatric illnesses that also show sex differences, such as anxiety, major depressive, substance use, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders.
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