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    1. Vertes, RP; Albo, Z; Di Prisco, GV
      Theta-rhythmically firing neurons in the anterior thalamus: Implications for mnemonic functions of Papez's circuit

      NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Burk, JA; Mair, RG
      Effects of intralaminar thalamic lesions on sensory attention and motor intention in the rat: a comparison with lesions involving frontal cortex and hippocampus

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. Exner, C; Weniger, G; Irle, E
      Implicit and explicit memory after focal thalamic lesions

      NEUROLOGY
    4. Van der Werf, YD; Witter, MP; Uylings, HBM; Jolles, J
      Neuropsychology of infarctions in the thalamus: a review

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    5. Buklina, SB
      Memory impairment and deep structures of the brain

      ZHURNAL NEVROPATOLOGII I PSIKHIATRII IMENI S S KORSAKOVA
    6. Van der Werf, YD; Weerts, JGE; Jolles, J; Witter, MP; Lindeboom, J; Scheltens, P
      Neuropsychological correlates of a right unilateral lacunar thalamic infarction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    7. Burk, JA; Glode, BM; Drugan, RC; Mair, RG
      Effects of chlordiazepoxide and FG 7142 on a rat model of diencephalic amnesia as measured by delayed-matching-to-sample performance

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    8. MAIR RG; BURK JA; PORTER MC
      LESIONS OF THE FRONTAL-CORTEX, HIPPOCAMPUS, AND INTRALAMINAR THALAMICNUCLEI HAVE DISTINCT EFFECTS ON REMEMBERING IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    9. BURK JA; MAIR RG
      THALAMIC AMNESIA RECONSIDERED - EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS OF THE INTRALAMINAR NUCLEI, BUT NOT THE MEDIODORSAL NUCLEUS, DISRUPT PLACE DELAYED MATCHING-TO-SAMPLE PERFORMANCE IN RATS (RATTUS-NORVEGICUS)

      Behavioral neuroscience
    10. Savage, LM; Castillo, R; Langlais, PJ
      Effects of lesions of thalamic intralaminar and midline nuclei and internal medullary lamina on spatial memory and object discrimination

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    11. JORDAN LR; ZELAYA FO; ROSE SE; BOWER AJ; GALLOWAY G; WHOLOHAN T; NIXON PF
      CHANGES IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS INDUCED BY GLUCOSE IN THIAMIN DEFICIENT RATS DETECTED BY MRI

      Brain research
    12. PALLER KA; ACHARYA A; RICHARDSON BC; PLAISANT O; SHIMAMURA AP; REED BR; JAGUST WJ
      FUNCTIONAL NEUROIMAGING OF CORTICAL DYSFUNCTION IN ALCOHOLIC KORSAKOFFS-SYNDROME

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    13. DELLASALA S; SPINNLER H; VENNERI A
      PERSISTENT GLOBAL AMNESIA FOLLOWING RIGHT THALAMIC STROKE - AN 11-YEAR LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Neuropsychology
    14. PERU A; FABBRO F
      THALAMIC AMNESIA FOLLOWING VENOUS INFARCTION - EVIDENCE FROM A SINGLE-CASE STUDY

      Brain and cognition
    15. SAVAGE LM; SWEET AJ; CASTILLO R; LANGLAIS PJ
      THE EFFECTS OF LESIONS TO THALAMIC LATERAL INTERNAL MEDULLARY LAMINA AND POSTERIOR NUCLEI ON LEARNING, MEMORY AND HABITUATION IN THE RAT

      Behavioural brain research
    16. CHATTERJEE A; YAPUNDICH R; MENNEMEIER M; MOUNTZ JM; INAMPUDI C; PAN JW; MITCHELL GW
      THALAMIC THOUGHT-DISORDER - ON BEING A BIT ADDLED

      Cortex
    17. MAYES AR; DAUM I; MARKOWISCH HJ; SAUTER B
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RETROGRADE AND ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA IN PATIENTS WITH TYPICAL GLOBAL AMNESIA

      Cortex
    18. YOUNG HL; STEVENS AA; CONVERSE E; MAIR RG
      A COMPARISON OF TEMPORAL DECAY IN-PLACE MEMORY TASKS IN RATS (RATTUS-NORVEGICUS) WITH LESIONS AFFECTING THALAMUS, FRONTAL-CORTEX, OR THE HIPPOCAMPAL SYSTEM

      Behavioral neuroscience
    19. REMPELCLOWER NL; ZOLA SM; SQUIRE LR; AMARAL DG
      3 CASES OF ENDURING MEMORY IMPAIRMENT AFTER BILATERAL DAMAGE LIMITED TO THE HIPPOCAMPAL-FORMATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    20. KAPUR N; THOMPSON S; COOK P; LANG D; BRICE J
      ANTEROGRADE BUT NOT RETROGRADE MEMORY LOSS FOLLOWING COMBINED MAMMILLARY BODY AND MEDIAL THALAMIC LESIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    21. AGGLETON JP; SHAW C
      AMNESIA AND RECOGNITION MEMORY - A REANALYSIS OF PSYCHOMETRIC DATA

      Neuropsychologia
    22. KUNERT HJ; IRLE E
      BILATERAL PARAMEDIAN THALAMIC INFARCTION WITH PERSISTING SIGNS OF FRONTAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION

      Restorative neurology and neuroscience
    23. HAUT MW; YOUNG J; CUTLIP WD; CALLAHAN T; HAUT AE
      A CASE OF BILATERAL THALAMIC LESIONS WITH ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA AND IMPAIRED IMPLICIT MEMORY

      Archives of clinical neuropsychology
    24. SODEYAMA N; TAMAKI M; SUGISHITA M
      PERSISTENT PURE VERBAL AMNESIA AND TRANSIENT APHASIA AFTER LEFT THALAMIC INFARCTION

      Journal of neurology
    25. BELZUNEGUI T; INSAUSTI R; IBANEZ J; GONZALO LM
      EFFECT OF CHRONIC-ALCOHOLISM ON NEURONAL NUCLEAR SIZE AND NEURONAL POPULATION IN THE MAMMILLARY BODY AND THE ANTERIOR THALAMIC COMPLEX OF MAN

      Histology and histopathology
    26. KRAZEM A; BERACOCHEA D; JAFFARD R
      EFFECTS OF MAMMILLARY BODIES AND MEDIODORSAL THALAMIC LESIONS ON THE ACQUISITION AND RETENTION OF A LEARNING SET IN MICE - PARADOXICAL EFFECT OF THE INTERSESSION INTERVAL

      Behavioural brain research
    27. MOREAUD O; PELLAT J; CHARNALLET A; CARBONNEL S; BRENNEN T
      IMPAIRMENT IN GENERATING AND LEARNING PRO PER-NAMES AFTER ISCHEMIC DAMAGE TO THE LEFT TUBERO-THALAMLUS

      Revue neurologique
    28. BERACOCHEA DJ; MICHEAU J; JAFFARD R
      ALTERATION OF CORTICAL AND HIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC ACTIVITIES FOLLOWING LESION OF THE MAMMILLARY BODIES IN MICE

      Brain research
    29. CLARKE S; ASSAL G; BOGOUSSLAVSKY J; REGLI F; TOWNSEND DW; LEENDERS KL; BLECIC S
      PURE AMNESIA AFTER UNILATERAL LEFT POLAR THALAMIC INFARCT - TOPOGRAPHIC AND SEQUENTIAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND METABOLIC (PET) CORRELATIONS

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    30. AGGLETON JP; SAHGAL A
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE ANTERIOR THALAMIC NUCLEI TO ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA

      Neuropsychologia


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