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    1. Grau, C; Polo, MD; Yago, E; Gual, A; Escera, C
      Auditory sensory memory as indicated by mismatch negativity in chronic alcoholism

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Kushnerenko, E; Ceponiene, R; Fellman, V; Huotilainen, M; Winkler, I
      Event-related potential correlates of sound duration: similar pattern frombirth to adulthood

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Huotilainen, M; Kujala, A; Alku, P
      Long-term memory traces facilitate short-term memory trace formation in audition in humans

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. Benjamin, AS
      On the dual effects of repetition on false recognition

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    5. Cech, CG; Shoben, EJ
      Categorization processes in mental comparisons

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    6. Recanati, F
      Destabilizing meaning (Semantics, John Searle)

      REVUE INTERNATIONALE DE PHILOSOPHIE
    7. Yamadori, A; Suzuki, K; Shimada, M; Tsukiura, T; Morishima, T; Fujii, T
      Isolated and focal retrograde amnesia: A hiatus in the past

      TOHOKU JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    8. Katz, DB; Tracy, JA; Steinmetz, JE
      Rabbit classical eyeblink conditioning is altered by brief cerebellar cortical simulation

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    9. Johnstone, T; Shanks, DR
      Abstractionist and processing accounts of implicit learning

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Pekkonen, E
      Mismatch negativity in aging and in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    11. Cheour, M; Leppanen, PHT; Kraus, N
      Mismatch negativity (MMN) as a tool for investigating auditory discrimination and sensory memory in infants and children

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Nosofsky, RM; Johansen, MK
      Exemplar-based accounts of "multiple-system" phenomena in perceptual categorization

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    13. Shinozaki, N; Yabe, H; Sato, Y; Sutoh, T; Hiruma, T; Nashida, T; Kaneko, S
      Mismatch negativity (MMN) reveals sound grouping in the human brain

      NEUROREPORT
    14. Sato, Y; Yabe, H; Hiruma, T; Sutoh, T; Shinozaki, N; Nashida, T; Kaneko, S
      The effect of deviant stimulus probability on the human mismatch process

      NEUROREPORT
    15. Freeman, JH; Nicholson, DA
      Developmental changes in eye-blink conditioning and neuronal activity in the cerebellar interpositus nucleus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Thompson, RF; Swain, R; Clark, R; Shinkman, P
      Intracerebellar conditioning - Brogden and Gantt revisited

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Klauer, KC; Meiser, T
      A source-monitoring analysis of illusory correlations

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    18. Zhadin, MN
      LTP and reinforcement: Possible role of the monoaminergic systems

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    19. Eddington, D
      Spanish stress assignment within the analogical modeling of language

      LANGUAGE
    20. Cohen, AL; Nosofsky, RM
      An exemplar-retrieval model of speeded same-different judgments

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    21. Spalding, TL; Ross, BH
      Concept learning and feature interpretation

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    22. Ross, BH
      The effects of category use on learned categories

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    23. Atienza, M; Cantero, JL; Gomez, CM
      Decay time of the auditory sensory memory trace during wakefulness and REMsleep

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Chen, GX; Steinmetz, JE
      Intra-cerebellar infusion of NMDA receptor antagonist AP5 disrupts classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    25. Chen, GX; Steinmetz, JE
      Microinfusion of protein kinase inhibitor H7 into the cerebellum impairs the acquisition but not the retention of classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    26. Tervaniemi, M; Lehtokoski, A; Sinkkonen, J; Virtanen, J; Ilmoniemi, RJ; Naatanen, R
      Test-retest reliability of mismatch negativity for duration, frequency andintensity changes

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    27. Martin, BA; Kurtzberg, D; Stapells, DR
      The effects of decreased audibility produced by high-pass noise masking onN1 and the mismatch negativity to speech sounds /ba/ and /da/

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    28. Swain, RA; Shinkman, PG; Thompson, JK; Grethe, JS; Thompson, RF
      Essential neuronal pathways for reflex and conditioned response initiationin an intracerebellar stimulation paradigm and the impact of unconditionedstimulus preexposure on learning rate

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    29. Loftus, GR; McLean, JE
      A front end to a theory of picture recognition

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    30. Chen, L; Bao, SW; Thompson, RF
      Bilateral lesions of the interpositus nucleus completely prevent eyeblink conditioning in Purkinje cell-degeneration mutant mice

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Gomi, H; Sun, W; Finch, CE; Itohara, S; Yoshimi, K; Thompson, RF
      Learning induces a CDC2-related protein kinase, KKIAMRE

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Stares, K; Kemenes, G; Benjamin, PR
      Cellular traces of behavioral classical conditioning can be recorded at several specific sites in a simple nervous system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    33. Martin, BA; Boothroyd, A
      Cortical, auditory, event-related potentials in response to periodic and aperiodic stimuli with the same spectral envelope

      EAR AND HEARING
    34. Gil, GG; Pulido, JAG; Perez, JMS
      Tool for the analysis and memory-trace generation of DOS executable files

      MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROSYSTEMS
    35. Doane, SM; Sohn, YW; Schreiber, B
      The role of processing strategies in the acquisition and transfer of a cognitive skill

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    36. Sussman, E; Ritter, W; Vaughan, HG
      An investigation of the auditory streaming effect using event-related brain potentials

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    37. Freeman, JH; Nicholson, DA
      Neuronal activity in the cerebellar interpositus and lateral pontine nuclei during inhibitory classical conditioning of the eyeblink response

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    38. THOMPSON RF; THOMPSON JK; KIM JJ; KRUPA DJ; SHINKMAN PG
      THE NATURE OF REINFORCEMENT IN CEREBELLAR LEARNING

      Neurobiology of learning and memory (Print)
    39. DIESCH E; BIERMANN S; LUCE T
      THE MAGNETIC MISMATCH FIELD ELICITED BY WORDS AND PHONOLOGICAL NON-WORDS

      NeuroReport
    40. GRAU C; ESCERA C; YAGO E; POLO MD
      MISMATCH NEGATIVITY AND AUDITORY SENSORY MEMORY EVALUATION - A NEW FASTER PARADIGM

      NeuroReport
    41. FREEMAN JH; SCHARENBERG AM; OLDS JL; SCHREURS BG
      CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING INCREASES MEMBRANE-BOUND PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN RABBIT CEREBELLUM

      NeuroReport
    42. Nosofsky, RM; Zaki, SR
      Dissociations between categorization and recognition in amnesic and normalindividuals: An exemplar-based interpretation

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    43. ARNDT J; HIRSHMAN E
      TRUE AND FALSE RECOGNITION IN MINERVA2 - EXPLANATIONS FROM A GLOBAL MATCHING PERSPECTIVE

      Journal of memory and language (Print)
    44. CHEOUR M; ALHO K; CEPONIENE R; REINIKAINEN K; SAINIO K; POHJAVUORI M; AALTONEN O; NAATANEN R
      MATURATION OF MISMATCH NEGATIVITY IN INFANTS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    45. HINTZMAN DL; CAULTON DA; LEVITIN DJ
      RETRIEVAL DYNAMICS IN RECOGNITION AND LIST DISCRIMINATION - FURTHER EVIDENCE OF SEPARATE PROCESSES OF FAMILIARITY AND RECALL

      Memory & cognition
    46. PAAVILAINEN P; JARAMILLO M; NAATANEN R
      BINAURAL INFORMATION CAN CONVERGE IN ABSTRACT MEMORY TRACES

      Psychophysiology
    47. YABE H; TERVANIEMI M; SINKKONEN J; HUOTILAINEN M; ILMONIEMI RJ; NAATANEN R
      TEMPORAL WINDOW OF INTEGRATION OF AUDITORY INFORMATION IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

      Psychophysiology
    48. MEDIAVILLA C; MOLINA F; PUERTO A
      BILATERAL LESIONS IN THE CEREBELLAR INTERPOSITUS-DENTATE REGION IMPAIR TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING IN RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    49. BRANCAZIO L; FOWLER CA
      ON THE RELEVANCE OF LOCUS EQUATIONS FOR PRODUCTION AND PERCEPTION OF STOP CONSONANTS

      Perception & psychophysics
    50. LENY JF
      CROSS-COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF DISCOURSE COMPREHENSION - SEMANTIC POST-REPRESENTATION

      International journal of psychology
    51. CHEOUR M; ALHO K; SAINIO K; REINIKAINEN K; RENLUND M; AALTONEN O; EEROLA O; NAATANEN R
      THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY TO CHANGES IN SPEECH SOUNDS AT THE AGE OF 3 MONTHS

      Developmental neuropsychology
    52. NAATANEN R; ALHO K
      MISMATCH NEGATIVITY - THE MEASURE FOR CENTRAL SOUND REPRESENTATION ACCURACY

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    53. CSEPE V; MOLNAR M
      TOWARDS THE POSSIBLE CLINICAL-APPLICATION OF THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY COMPONENT OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    54. CLARK RE; ZHANG AA; LAVOND DG
      THE IMPORTANCE OF CEREBELLAR CORTEX AND FACIAL NUCLEUS IN ACQUISITIONAND RETENTION OF EYEBLINK NM CONDITIONING - EVIDENCE FOR CRITICAL UNILATERAL REGULATION OF THE CONDITIONED-RESPONSE/

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    55. KATZ DB; STEINMETZ JE
      SINGLE-UNIT EVIDENCE FOR EYE-BLINK CONDITIONING IN CEREBELLAR CORTEX IS ALTERED BUT NOT ELIMINATED, BY INTERPOSITUS NUCLEUS LESIONS

      Learning & memory
    56. CLARK RE; GOHL EB; LAVOND DG
      THE LEARNING-RELATED ACTIVITY THAT DEVELOPS IN THE PONTINE NUCLEI DURING CLASSICAL EYE-BLINK CONDITIONING IS DEPENDENT ON THE INTERPOSITUS NUCLEUS

      Learning & memory
    57. KRUPA DJ; THOMPSON RF
      REVERSIBLE INACTIVATION OF THE CEREBELLAR INTERPOSITUS NUCLEUS COMPLETELY PREVENTS ACQUISITION OF THE CLASSICALLY-CONDITIONED EYE-BLINK RESPONSE

      Learning & memory
    58. YABE H; TERVANIEMI M; REINIKAINEN K; NAATANEN R
      TEMPORAL WINDOW OF INTEGRATION REVEALED BY MMN TO SOUND OMISSION

      NeuroReport
    59. PIHKO E; LEPPASAARI T; LEPPANEN P; RICHARDSON U; LYYTINEN H
      AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS (ERP) REFLECT TEMPORAL CHANGES IN SPEECH STIMULI

      NeuroReport
    60. ROSS BH
      THE USE OF CATEGORIES AFFECTS CLASSIFICATION

      Journal of memory and language
    61. MCGLINCHEYBERROTH R; CARRILLO MC; GABRIELI JDE; BRAWN CM; DISTERHOFT JF
      IMPAIRED TRACE EYEBLINK CONDITIONING IN BILATERAL, MEDIAL-TEMPORAL LOBE AMNESIA

      Behavioral neuroscience
    62. ATIENZA M; CANTERO JL; GOMEZ CM
      THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY COMPONENT REVEALS THE SENSORY MEMORY DURING REM-SLEEP IN HUMAN

      Neuroscience letters
    63. PALMERI TJ
      EXEMPLAR SIMILARITY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUTOMATICITY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    64. HOLOPAINEN IE; KORPILAHTI P; JUOTTONEN K; LANG H; SILLANPAA M
      ATTENUATED AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL (MISMATCH NEGATIVITY) IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DYSPHASIA

      Neuropediatrics
    65. KIM JJ; THOMPSON RF
      CEREBELLAR CIRCUITS AND SYNAPTIC MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONING

      Trends in neurosciences
    66. SCHROGER E
      ON THE DETECTION OF AUDITORY DEVIATIONS - A PRE-ATTENTIVE ACTIVATION MODEL

      Psychophysiology
    67. LEVANEN S; SAMS M
      DISRUPTING HUMAN AUDITORY CHANGE DETECTION - CHOPIN IS SUPERIOR TO WHITE-NOISE

      Psychophysiology
    68. RATCLIFF R; MCKOON G
      A COUNTER MODEL FOR IMPLICIT PRIMING IN PERCEPTUAL WORD IDENTIFICATION

      Psychological review
    69. IVARSSON M; SVENSSON P; HESSLOW G
      BILATERAL DISRUPTION OF CONDITIONED-RESPONSES AFTER UNILATERAL BLOCKADE OF CEREBELLAR OUTPUT IN THE DECEREBRATE FERRET

      Journal of physiology
    70. KAZMERSKI VA; FRIEDMAN D; RITTER W
      MISMATCH NEGATIVITY DURING ATTEND AND IGNORE CONDITIONS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Biological psychiatry
    71. FLAMENT D; ELLERMANN JM; KIM SG; UGURBIL K; EBNER TJ
      FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF CEREBELLAR ACTIVATION DURINGTHE LEARNING OF A VISUOMOTOR DISSOCIATION TASK

      Human brain mapping
    72. SHIBUKI K; GOMI H; CHEN L; BAO SW; KIM JSK; WAKATSUKI H; FUJISAKI T; FUJIMOTO J; KATOH A; IKEDA T; CHEN C; THOMPSON RF; ITOHARA S
      DEFICIENT CEREBELLAR LONG-TERM DEPRESSION, IMPAIRED EYEBLINK CONDITIONING, AND NORMAL MOTOR COORDINATION IN GFAP MUTANT MICE

      Neuron
    73. WOODRUFFPAK DS; PAPKA M; IVRY RB
      CEREBELLAR INVOLVEMENT IN EYEBLINK CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING IN HUMANS

      Neuropsychology
    74. KRUPA DJ; WENG J; THOMPSON RF
      INACTIVATION OF BRAIN-STEM MOTOR NUCLEI BLOCKS EXPRESSION BUT NOT ACQUISITION OF THE RABBITS CLASSICALLY-CONDITIONED EYEBLINK RESPONSE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    75. CLARK RE; LAVOND DG
      NEURAL UNIT-ACTIVITY IN THE TRIGEMINAL COMPLEX WITH INTERPOSITUS OR RED NUCLEUS INACTIVATION DURING CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONING

      Behavioral neuroscience
    76. MOYER JR; THOMPSON LT; DISTERHOFT JF
      TRACE EYEBLINK CONDITIONING INCREASES CA1 EXCITABILITY IN A TRANSIENTAND LEARNING-SPECIFIC MANNER

      The Journal of neuroscience
    77. TIMMANN D; SHIMANSKY Y; LARSON PS; WUNDERLICH DA; STELMACH GE; BLOEDEL JR
      VISUOMOTOR LEARNING IN CEREBELLAR PATIENTS

      Behavioural brain research
    78. LANDEIRAFERNANDEZ J
      CONTEXT AND PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    79. LOGAN GD
      THE CODE THEORY OF VISUAL-ATTENTION - AN INTEGRATION OF SPACE-BASED AND OBJECT-BASED ATTENTION

      Psychological review
    80. HARDIMAN MJ; RAMNANI N; YEO CH
      REVERSIBLE INACTIVATIONS OF THE CEREBELLUM WITH MUSCIMOL PREVENT THE ACQUISITION AND EXTINCTION OF CONDITIONED NICTITATING-MEMBRANE RESPONSES IN THE RABBIT

      Experimental Brain Research
    81. KORSHUNOV VA; WIENER SI; KORSHUNOVA TA; BERTHOZ A
      PLACE-INDEPENDENT AND BEHAVIOR-INDEPENDENT SENSORY TRIGGERED DISCHARGES IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 COMPLEX SPIKE CELLS

      Experimental Brain Research
    82. LOEWY DH; CAMPBELL KB; BASTIEN C
      THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY TO FREQUENCY DEVIANT STIMULI DURING NATURAL SLEEP

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    83. PIHKO E; LEPPASAARI T; LYYTINEN H
      BRAIN REACTS TO OCCASIONAL CHANGES IN DURATION OF ELEMENTS IN A CONTINUOUS SOUND

      NeuroReport
    84. WINKLER I; SCHROGER E
      NEURAL REPRESENTATION FOR THE TEMPORAL STRUCTURE OF SOUND PATTERNS

      NeuroReport
    85. FREEMAN JH; CARTER CS; STANTON ME
      EARLY CEREBELLAR LESIONS IMPAIR EYEBLINK CONDITIONING IN DEVELOPING RATS - DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF UNILATERAL LESIONS ON POSTNATAL DAY-10 OR DAY-20

      Behavioral neuroscience
    86. CHEOURLUHTANEN M; ALHO K; KUJALA T; SAINIO K; REINIKAINEN K; RENLUND M; AALTONEN O; EEROLA O; NAATANEN R
      MISMATCH NEGATIVITY INDICATES VOWEL DISCRIMINATION IN NEWBORNS

      Hearing research
    87. FORBUS KD; GENTNER D; LAW K
      MAC FAC - A MODEL FOR SIMILARITY-BASED RETRIEVAL/

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

      Neuroscience letters
    89. RATCLIFF R; MCKOON G
      BIAS IN THE PRIMING OF OBJECT DECISIONS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    90. SHIFFRIN RM; HUBER DE; MARINELLI K
      EFFECTS OF CATEGORY LENGTH AND STRENGTH ON FAMILIARITY IN RECOGNITION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    91. MURNANE K; PHELPS MP
      EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN RELATIVE CUE STRENGTH ON CONTEXT-DEPENDENT RECOGNITION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    92. FREEMAN JH; BARONE S; STANTON ME
      DISRUPTION OF CEREBELLAR MATURATION BY AN ANTIMITOTIC AGENT IMPAIRS THE ONTOGENY OF EYEBLINK CONDITIONING IN RATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. NAATANEN R
      THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY - A POWERFUL TOOL FOR COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE

      Ear and hearing
    94. HINTZMAN DL; CURRAN T
      WHEN ENCODING FAILS - INSTRUCTIONS, FEEDBACK, AND REGISTRATION WITHOUT LEARNING

      Memory & cognition
    95. KRUPA DJ; THOMPSON RF
      INACTIVATION OF THE SUPERIOR CEREBELLAR PEDUNCLE BLOCKS EXPRESSION BUT NOT ACQUISITION OF THE RABBITS CLASSICALLY-CONDITIONED EYE-BLINK RESPONSE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. GRUART A; YEO CH
      CEREBELLAR CORTEX AND EYEBLINK CONDITIONING - BILATERAL REGULATION OFCONDITIONED-RESPONSES

      Experimental Brain Research
    97. PEKKONEN E; JOUSMAKI V; KONONEN M; REINIKAINEN K; PARTANEN J
      AUDITORY SENSORY MEMORY IMPAIRMENT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY

      NeuroReport
    98. HINTZMAN DL; CURRAN T
      RETRIEVAL DYNAMICS OF RECOGNITION AND FREQUENCY JUDGMENTS - EVIDENCE FOR SEPARATE PROCESSES OF FAMILIARITY AND RECALL

      Journal of memory and language
    99. WOODRUFFPAK DS; LI YT; KAZMI A; KEM WR
      NICOTINIC CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT IN EYEBLINK CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING IN RABBITS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    100. TERVANIEMI M; SAARINEN J; PAAVILAINEN P; DANILOVA N; NAATANEN R
      TEMPORAL INTEGRATION OF AUDITORY INFORMATION IN SENSORY MEMORY AS REFLECTED BY THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY

      Biological psychology


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