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    1. Harley, CW; Martin, GM; Skinner, DM; Squires, A
      The moving fire hydrant experiment: Movement of objects to a new location reelicits marking in rats

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    2. Munro, CAM; Walling, SG; Evans, JH; Harley, CW
      beta-adrenergic blockade in the dentate gyrus in vivo prevents high frequency-induced long-term potentiation of EPSP slope, but not long-term potentiation of population spike amplitude

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    3. Harley, CW; Newsham, K; Blanchard, DC; Blanchard, RJ
      Glycogen phosphorylase reactivity in the amygdala and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL NEUROANATOMY
    4. Skinner, DM; Martin, GM; Scanlon, CJ; Thorpe, CM; Barry, J; Evans, JH; Harley, CW
      A two-platform task reveals a deficit in the ability of rats to return to the start location in the water maze

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Huxter, JR; Thorpe, CM; Martin, GM; Harley, CW
      Spatial problem solving and hippocampal place cell firing in rats: controlby an internal sense of direction carried across environments

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Rumsey, JD; Darby-King, A; Harley, CW; McLean, JH
      Infusion of the metabotropic receptor agonist, DCG-IV, into the main olfactory bulb induces olfactory preference learning in rat pups

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Harley, CW; Farrell, RC; Rusak, B
      Daily variation in the distribution of glycogen phosphorylase in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of Syrian hamsters

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    8. Yuan, Q; Harley, CW; Bruce, JC; Darby-King, A; McLean, JH
      Isoproterenol increases CREB phosphorylation and olfactory nerve-evoked potentials in normal and 5-HT-depleted olfactory bulbs in rat pups only at doses that produce odor preference learning

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    9. Harley, CW; Malsbury, CW; Squires, A; Brown, RAM
      Testosterone decreases CA1 plasticity in vivo in gonadectomized male rats

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    10. Hynes, CA; Martin, GM; Harley, CW; Huxter, JR; Evans, JH
      Multiple points of entry into a circular enclosure prevent place learning despite normal vestibular orientation and cue arrays: Evidence for map resetting

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES
    11. Carre, GP; Harley, CW
      Glutamatergic activation of the medial septum complex: an enhancement of the dentate gyrus population spike and accompanying EEG and unit changes

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Harley, CW; Martin, GM
      Open field motor patterns and object marking, but not object sniffing, arealtered by ibotenate lesions of the hippocampus

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    13. McLean, JH; Harley, CW; Darby-King, A; Yuan, Q
      pCREB in the neonate rat olfactory bulb is selectively and transiently increased by odor preference-conditioned training

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    14. Abbott, ML; Walsh, CJ; Storey, AE; Stenhouse, LJ; Harley, CW
      Hippocampal volume is related to complexity of nesting habitat in Leach's storm-petrel, a nocturnal procellariiform seabird

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    15. Price, TL; Darby-King, A; Harley, CW; McLean, JH
      Serotonin plays a permissive role in conditioned olfactory learning induced by norepinephrine in the neonate rat

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    16. CHAULK PC; HARLEY CW
      INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR NOREPINEPHRINE POTENTIATION OF THE PERFORANT PATH-EVOKED POTENTIAL IN DENTATE GYRUS OF ANESTHETIZED AND AWAKE RATS - A ROLE FOR BOTH ALPHA-ADRENOCEPTOR AND BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR ACTIVATION

      Brain research
    17. BABSTOCK D; MALSBURY CW; HARLEY CW
      THE DORSAL LOCUS-COERULEUS IS LARGER IN MALE THAN IN FEMALE SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    18. LANGDON PE; HARLEY CW; MCLEAN JH
      INCREASED BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR ACTIVATION OVERCOMES CONDITIONED OLFACTORY LEARNING-DEFICITS INDUCED BY SEROTONIN DEPLETION

      Developmental brain research
    19. MARTIN GM; HARLEY CW; SMITH AR; HOYLES ES; HYNES CA
      SPATIAL DISORIENTATION BLOCKS RELIABLE GOAL LOCATION ON A PLUS-MAZE BUT DOES NOT PREVENT GOAL LOCATION IN THE MORRIS MAZE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes
    20. HARLEY CW; LALIES MD; NUTT DJ
      ESTIMATING THE SYNAPTIC CONCENTRATION OF NOREPINEPHRINE IN DENTATE GYRUS WHICH PRODUCES BETA-RECEPTOR MEDIATED LONG-LASTING POTENTIATION IN-VIVO USING MICRODIALYSIS AND INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR NOREPINEPHRINE

      Brain research
    21. HARLEY CW; MILWAY JS; FARAON M
      MEDIAL FOREBRAIN-BUNDLE STIMULATION IN RATS ACTIVATES GLYCOGEN-PHOSPHORYLASE IN LAYER-4, LAYER-5B AND LAYER-6 OF IPSILATERAL GRANULAR NEOCORTEX

      Brain research
    22. KLUKOWSKI G; HARLEY CW
      LOCUS-COERULEUS ACTIVATION INDUCES PERFORANT PATH-EVOKED POPULATION SPIKE POTENTIATION IN THE DENTATE GYRUS OF AWAKE RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    23. FRIZZELL LM; HARLEY CW
      THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE CHANNEL BLOCKER KETAMINE DOES NOT ATTENUATE,BUT ENHANCES, LOCUS COERULEUS-INDUCED POTENTIATION IN RAT DENTATE GYRUS

      Brain research
    24. FRIZZELL LM; HARLEY CW
      THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE CHANNEL BLOCKER KETAMINE DOES NOT ATTENUATE,BUT ENHANCES, LOCUS COERULEUS-INDUCED POTENTIATION IN RAT DENTATE GYRUS

      Brain research
    25. BABSTOCK DM; HARLEY CW
      LATERAL OLFACTORY TRACT INPUT TO DENTATE GYRUS IS DEPRESSED BY PRIOR NORADRENERGIC ACTIVATION USING NUCLEUS PARAGIGANTOCELLULARIS STIMULATION

      Brain research


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