Hippocampal Dampening During a Relational Memory Task
Role of the Basal Ganglia in Category Learning : How Do Patients With Parkinson's Disease Learn?
Functional Frontoparietal Connectivity During Short-Term Memory as Revealed by High-Resolution EEG Coherence Analysis
Cortical Networks Generating Movement-Related EEG Rhythms in Alzheimer's Disease : An EEG Coherence Study
Ovarian Hormones and Cognition in the Aged Female Rat : II. Progesterone Supplementation Reverses the Cognitive Enhancing Effects of Ovariectomy
Central Amygdalar and Dorsal Striatal NMDA Receptor Involvement in Instrumental Learning and Spontaneous Behavior
Nucleus Accumbens Acetylcholine Regulates Appetitive Learning and Motivation for Food via Activation of Muscarinic Receptors
Place Preference Induced by Nucleus Accumbens Amphetamine Is Impaired by Antagonists of ERK or p38 MAP Kinases in Rats
Context-Dependent Reorganization of Spatial and Movement Representations by Simultaneously Recorded Hippocampal and Striatal Neurons During Performance of Allocentric and Egocentric Tasks
Effects of Fimbria-Fornix, Hippocampus, and Amygdala Lesions on Discrimination Between Proximal Locations
On the Transience of Egocentric Working Memory : Evidence From Testing the Contribution of Limbic Brain Regions
Partner's Stress Status Influences Social Buffering Effects in Rats
Corticotropin-Releasing Factor Inhibits Maternal Aggression in Mice
Haploinsufficiency of Dyrk1A in Mice Leads to Specific Alterations in the Development and Regulation of Motor Activity
The Role of NMDA Receptor Binding Sites in Ethanol Place Conditioning
Development of Interlimb Movement Synchrony in the Rat Fetus
What Does a Pigeon (Columba livia) Brain Look Like During Homing? Selective Examination of ZENK Expression
A Replication Study of the Neural Correlates of Deception
Cytochrome Oxidase Activity in the Preoptic Area Correlates With Differences in Sexual Behavior of Intact and Castrated Male Leopard Geckos (Eublepharis macularius)
Effect of the Estrous Cycle on Water Maze Acquisition Depends on the Temperature of the Water
Attenuated Dopamine Efflux in the Rat Nucleus Accumbens During Successive Negative Contrast