Marie Eikemo
Marie Eikemo
Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
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Rewards of beauty: the opioid system mediates social motivation in humans
O Chelnokova, B Laeng, M Eikemo, J Riegels, G Løseth, H Maurud, ...
Molecular psychiatry 19 (7), 746-747, 2014
Placebo improves pleasure and pain through opposite modulation of sensory processing
DM Ellingsen, J Wessberg, M Eikemo, J Liljencrantz, T Endestad, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (44), 17993-17998, 2013
The role of the opioid system in decision making and cognitive control: A review
H van Steenbergen, M Eikemo, S Leknes
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 19, 435-458, 2019
Assessment of anhedonia in adults with and without mental illness: a systematic review and meta-analysis
M Trøstheim, M Eikemo, R Meir, I Hansen, E Paul, SL Kroll, EL Garland, ...
JAMA network open 3 (8), e2013233-e2013233, 2020
Sweet taste pleasantness is modulated by morphine and naltrexone
M Eikemo, GE Løseth, T Johnstone, J Gjerstad, F Willoch, S Leknes
Psychopharmacology 233, 3711-3723, 2016
Anhedonia in chronic pain and prescription opioid misuse
EL Garland, M Trøstheim, M Eikemo, G Ernst, S Leknes
Psychological medicine 50 (12), 1977-1988, 2020
The µ-opioid system promotes visual attention to faces and eyes
O Chelnokova, B Laeng, G Løseth, M Eikemo, F Willoch, S Leknes
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (12), 1902-1909, 2016
Opioid modulation of value-based decision-making in healthy humans
M Eikemo, G Biele, F Willoch, L Thomsen, S Leknes
Neuropsychopharmacology 42 (9), 1833-1840, 2017
The role of mu-opioids for reward and threat processing in humans: bridging the gap from preclinical to clinical opioid drug studies
IM Meier, M Eikemo, S Leknes
Current Addiction Reports 8, 306-318, 2021
Effects of opioid receptor stimulation and blockade on touch pleasantness: a double-blind randomised trial
GE Løseth, M Eikemo, S Leknes
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 14 (4), 411-422, 2019
‘Defrosting’music chills with naltrexone: the role of endogenous opioids for the intensity of musical pleasure
B Laeng, L Garvija, G Løseth, M Eikemo, G Ernst, S Leknes
Consciousness and Cognition 90, 103105, 2021
Intact responses to non-drug rewards in long-term opioid maintenance treatment
M Eikemo, PP Lobmaier, ML Pedersen, N Kunøe, AM Matziorinis, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 44 (8), 1456-1463, 2019
Opioid antagonism in humans: a primer on optimal dose and timing for central mu-opioid receptor blockade
M Trøstheim, M Eikemo, J Haaker, JJ Frost, S Leknes
Neuropsychopharmacology 48 (2), 299-307, 2023
Mental health and use of health care services in opioid-exposed school-aged children compared to foster children
M Sarfi, M Eikemo, GK Welle-Strand, AE Muller, S Lehmann
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 31 (3), 495-509, 2022
Morphine reduced perceived anger from neutral and implicit emotional expressions
GE Løseth, M Eikemo, P Isager, J Holmgren, B Laeng, V Vindenes, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 91, 123-131, 2018
Stress recovery with social support: A dyadic stress and support task
GE Løseth, M Eikemo, M Trøstheim, IM Meier, H Bjørnstad, A Asratian, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 146, 105949, 2022
Do endogenous opioids mediate or fine-tune human pain relief?
M Eikemo, G Løseth, S Leknes
Pain® 162 (12), 2789-2791, 2021
Opioid analgesic effects on subjective well‐being in the operating theatre
M Eikemo, IM Meier, GE Løseth, M Trøstheim, N Ørstavik, EN Jensen, ...
Anaesthesia 78 (9), 1102-1111, 2023
A randomized placebo-controlled intranasal oxytocin study on first impressions and reactions to social rejection
S Henningsson, S Leknes, M Asperholm, M Eikemo, L Westberg
Biological Psychology 164, 108164, 2021
Factors associated with use of opioid rescue medication after surgery
IM Meier, M Eikemo, M Trøstheim, K Buen, E Jensen, SG Karlsen, ...
Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine 49 (4), 265-271, 2024
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