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    1. Beylin, AV; Gandhi, CC; Wood, GE; Talk, AC; Matzel, LD; Shors, TJ
      The role of the hippocampus in trace conditioning: Temporal discontinuity or task difficulty?

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    2. Shors, TJ
      Acute stress rapidly and persistently enhances memory formation in the male rat

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    3. Wood, GE; Beylin, AV; Shors, TJ
      The contribution of adrenal and reproductive hormones to the opposing effects of stress on trace conditioning in males versus females

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Shors, TJ; Chua, C; Falduto, J
      Sex differences and opposite effects of stress on dendritic spine density in the male versus female hippocampus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Shors, TJ; Miesegaes, G; Beylin, A; Zhao, MR; Rydel, T; Gould, E
      Neurogenesis in the adult is involved in the formation of trace memories

      NATURE
    6. Matzel, LD; Shors, TJ
      Long-term potentiation and associative learning - Can the mechanism subserve the process?

      NEURONAL MECHANISMS OF MEMORY FORMATION
    7. Burrows, RC; Levitt, P; Shors, TJ
      Postnatal decrease in transforming growth factor alpha is associated with enlarged ventricles, deficient amygdaloid vasculature and performance deficits

      NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Shors, TJ; Beylin, AV; Wood, GE; Gould, E
      The modulation of Pavlovian memory

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Shors, TJ; Matzel, LD
      The status of LTP as a mechanism of memory formation in the mammalian brain

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    10. Gould, E; Tanapat, P; Hastings, NB; Shors, TJ
      Neurogenesis in adulthood: a possible role in learning

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    11. Gould, E; Beylin, A; Tanapat, P; Reeves, A; Shors, TJ
      Learning enhances adult neurogenesis in the hippocampal formation

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Shors, TJ
      Acute stress and re-exposure to the stressful context suppress spontaneousunit activity in the basolateral amygdala via NMDA receptor activation

      NEUROREPORT
    13. Shors, TJ; Mathew, PR
      NMDA receptor antagonism in the lateral/basolateral but not central nucleus of the amygdala prevents the induction of facilitated learning in response to stress

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    14. SHORS TJ; LEWCZYK C; PACYNSKI M; MATHEW PR; PICKETT J
      STAGES OF ESTROUS MEDIATE THE STRESS-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING IN THE FEMALE RAT

      NeuroReport
    15. Beylin, AV; Shors, TJ
      Stress enhances excitatory trace eyeblink conditioning and opposes acquisition of inhibitory conditioning

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    16. WOOD GE; SHORS TJ
      STRESS FACILITATES CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING IN MALES, BUT IMPAIRS CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING IN FEMALES THROUGH ACTIVATIONAL EFFECTS OF OVARIAN HORMONES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    17. SHORS TJ; SERVATIUS RJ
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF STRESSOR INTENSITY, DURATION, AND CONTEXT TO THE STRESS-INDUCED FACILITATION OF ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    18. SHORS TJ; GALLEGOS RA; BREINDL A
      TRANSIENT AND PERSISTENT CONSEQUENCES OF ACUTE STRESS ON LONG-TERM POTENTIATION (LTP), SYNAPTIC EFFICACY THETA-RHYTHMS AND BURSTS IN AREA CA1 OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      Synapse
    19. SHORS TJ; MATZEL LD
      LONG-TERM POTENTIATION - WHATS LEARNING GOT TO DO WITH IT

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    20. SHORS TJ; MATZEL LD
      LTP - MEMORY, AROUSAL, NEITHER, BOTH

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    21. SHORS TJ; ELKABES S; SELCHER JC; BLACK IB
      STRESS PERSISTENTLY INCREASES NMDA RECEPTOR-MEDIATED BINDING OF [H-3]PDBU (A MARKER FOR PROTEIN-KINASE-C) IN THE AMYGDALA, AND REEXPOSURE TO THE STRESSFUL CONTEXT REACTIVATES THE INCREASE

      Brain research
    22. NICHOLS NR; DOKAS L; TING SM; KUMAR S; DEVELLIS J; SHORS TJ; UENISHI N; THOMPSON RF; FINCH CE
      HIPPOCAMPAL RESPONSES TO CORTICOSTERONE AND STRESS, ONE OF WHICH IS THE 35,000 M(R) PROTEIN, GLYCEROL PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    23. SERVATIUS RJ; SHORS TJ
      EARLY ACQUISITION, BUT NOT RETENTION, OF THE CLASSICALLY-CONDITIONED EYEBLINK RESPONSE IS N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    24. MARK GP; RADA PV; SHORS TJ
      INESCAPABLE STRESS ENHANCES EXTRACELLULAR ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS AND PREFRONTAL CORTEX BUT NOT THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS OR AMYGDALA

      Neuroscience
    25. SHORS TJ; SERVATIUS RJ
      STRESS-INDUCED SENSITIZATION AND FACILITATED-LEARNING REQUIRE NMDA RECEPTOR ACTIVATION

      NeuroReport
    26. SHORS TJ; SERVATIUS RJ; THOMPSON RF; ROGERS G; LYNCH G
      ENHANCED GLUTAMATERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION FACILITATES CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING IN THE FREELY MOVING RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    27. SHORS TJ; WOOD GE
      CONTRIBUTION OF STRESS AND GENDER TO EXPLORATORY PREFERENCES FOR FAMILIAR VERSUS UNFAMILIAR CONSPECIFICS

      Physiology & behavior
    28. SERVATIUS RJ; SHORS TJ
      EXPOSURE TO INESCAPABLE STRESS PERSISTENTLY FACILITATES ASSOCIATIVE AND NONASSOCIATIVE LEARNING IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    29. SHORS TJ
      STRESS - NEUROENDOCRINE AND MOLECULAR APPROACHES, VOL 1-2, PROCEEDINGS OF THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL-SYMPOSIUM ON CATECHOLAMINES AND OTHER NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN STRESS, SMOLENICE CASTLE, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 24-29 JUNE 1991 - KVETNANSKY,R, MCCARTY,R, AXELROD,J

      Contemporary psychology
    30. SHORS TJ; DRYVER E
      EFFECT OF STRESS AND LONG-TERM POTENTIATION (LTP) ON SUBSEQUENT LTP AND THE THETA-BURST RESPONSE IN THE DENTATE GYRUS

      Brain research
    31. CHEN C; BRINTON RD; SHORS TJ; THOMPSON RF
      VASOPRESSIN INDUCTION OF LONG-LASTING POTENTIATION OF SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN THE DENTATE GYRUS

      Hippocampus


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