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    1. Gluck, MA; Allen, MT; Myers, CE; Thompson, RF
      Cerebellar substrates for error correction in motor conditioning

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    2. Buck, DL; Seager, MA; Schreurs, BG
      Conditioning-specific reflex modification of the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) nictitating membrane response: Generality and nature of the phenomenon

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Brunzell, DH; Kim, JJ
      Fear conditioning to tone, but not to context, is attenuated by lesions ofthe insular cortex and posterior extension of the intralaminar complex in rats

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Goddard, MJ
      Context modulation of US signal value following explicit and nonexplicit training

      BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES
    5. Goddard, MJ; McDowell, JL
      Context modulation of US signal value

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION B-COMPARATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    6. King, DAT; Krupa, DJ; Foy, MR; Thompson, RF
      Mechanisms of neuronal conditioning

      BRAIN PLASTICITY AND EPILEPSY
    7. Oka, T; Oka, K; Hori, T
      Mechanisms and mediators of psychological stress-induced rise in core temperature

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    8. Bouton, ME; Mineka, S; Barlow, DH
      A modern learning theory perspective on the etiology of panic disorder

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    9. Servatius, RJ; Brennan, FX; Beck, KD; Beldowicz, D; Coyle-DiNorcia, K
      Stress facilitates acquisition of the classically conditioned eyeblink response at both long and short interstimulus intervals

      LEARNING AND MOTIVATION
    10. McLaughlin, J; Flaten, MA; Chachich, M; Powell, DA
      Medial prefrontal lesions attenuate conditioned reflex facilitation but donot affect prepulse modification of the eyeblink reflex in rabbits

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Gewirtz, JC; Davis, M
      Using Pavlovian higher-order conditioning paradigms to investigate the neural substrates of emotional learning and memory

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    12. Medina, JF; Nores, WL; Ohyama, T; Mauk, MD
      Mechanisms of cerebellar learning suggested by eyelid conditioning

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    13. Cunningham, CL; Henderson, CM
      Ethanol-induced conditioned place aversion in mice

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Bao, SW; Chen, L; Thompson, RF
      Learning- and cerebellum-dependent neuronal activity in the lateral pontine nucleus

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Sage, JR; Knowlton, BJ
      Effects of US devaluation on win-stay and win-shift radial maze performance in rats

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Nicholson, DA; Freeman, JH
      Developmental changes in eye-blink conditioning and neuronal activity in the inferior olive

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

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    18. Steinmetz, JE
      Brain substrates of classical eyeblink conditioning: a highly localized but also distributed system

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Servatius, RJ
      Eyeblink conditioning in the freely moving rat: square-wave stimulation asthe unconditioned stimulus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    20. Romaniuk, CB; Williams, DA
      Conditioning across the duration of a backward conditioned stimulus

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES
    21. Castellano, C; Cestari, V; Ciamei, A; Pavone, F
      MK-801-induced disruptions of one-trial inhibitory avoidance are potentiated by stress and reversed by naltrexone

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    22. Dominguez, HD; Lopez, MF; Molina, JC
      Interactions between perinatal and neonatal associative learning defined by contiguous olfactory and tactile stimulation

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    23. Garcia, KS; Steele, PM; Mauk, MD
      Cerebellar cortex lesions prevent acquisition of conditioned eyelid responses

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Fendt, M; Fanselow, MS
      The neuroanatomical and neurochemical basis of conditioned fear

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    25. Williams, DA; Sly, CA
      Recovery of conditioned suppression after backward pairings

      ANIMAL LEARNING & BEHAVIOR
    26. Lehmann, J; Weizman, R; Pryce, CR; Leschiner, S; Allmann, I; Feldon, J; Gavish, M
      Peripheral benzodiazepine receptors in cerebral cortex, but not in internal organs, are increased following inescapable stress and subsequent avoidance/escape shuttle-box testing

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

      Neurobiology of learning and memory (Print)
    28. WALKER DJ; BRANCH MN
      RESPONSE SUPPRESSION DURING CUMULATIVE DOSING - A ROLE FOR PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING

      Behavioural pharmacology
    29. PEPINO MY; KRAEBEL KS; LOPEZ MF; SPEAR NE; MOLINA JC
      BEHAVIORAL DETECTION OF LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF ETHANOL IN MILK IN THE PREWEANLING RAT

      Alcohol
    30. XU XJ; BOSHOVEN W; LOMBARDO B; SPRANGER J
      COMPARISON OF THE AMNESTIC EFFECTS OF NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-801AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITORS - L-NAME AND L-NOARG IN GOLDFISH

      Behavioral neuroscience
    31. TRACY JA; THOMPSON JK; KRUPA DJ; THOMPSON RF
      EVIDENCE OF PLASTICITY IN THE PONTOCEREBELLAR CONDITIONED-STIMULUS PATHWAY DURING CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING OF THE EYEBLINK RESPONSE IN THE RABBIT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    32. Savastano, HI; Miller, RR
      Time as content in Pavlovian conditioning

      BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES
    33. FLATEN MA; POWELL DA
      CONDITIONED-REFLEX FACILITATION IN YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS

      Experimental aging research
    34. HILLIARD S; DOMJAN M; NGUYEN M; CUSATO B
      DISSOCIATION OF CONDITIONED APPETITIVE AND CONSUMMATORY SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR - SATIATION AND EXTINCTION TESTS

      Animal learning & behavior
    35. GEWIRTZ JC; DAVIS M
      APPLICATION OF PAVLOVIAN HIGHER-ORDER CONDITIONING TO THE ANALYSIS OFTHE NEURAL SUBSTRATES OF FEAR CONDITIONING

      Neuropharmacology
    36. HOLLAND P
      AMOUNT OF TRAINING AFFECTS ASSOCIATIVELY-ACTIVATED EVENT REPRESENTATION

      Neuropharmacology
    37. GARCIA KS; MAUK MD
      PHARMACOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF CEREBELLAR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TIMING AND EXPRESSION OF CONDITIONED EYELID RESPONSES

      Neuropharmacology
    38. PERRETT SP
      TEMPORAL DISCRIMINATION IN THE CEREBELLAR CORTEX DURING CONDITIONED EYELID RESPONSES

      Experimental Brain Research
    39. MUCHA RF; PAULI P; ANGRILLI A
      CONDITIONED-RESPONSES ELICITED BY EXPERIMENTALLY PRODUCED CUES FOR SMOKING

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    40. KRUPA DJ; THOMPSON RF
      REVERSIBLE INACTIVATION OF THE CEREBELLAR INTERPOSITUS NUCLEUS COMPLETELY PREVENTS ACQUISITION OF THE CLASSICALLY-CONDITIONED EYE-BLINK RESPONSE

      Learning & memory
    41. QUIRK GJ; ARMONY JL; LEDOUX JE
      FEAR CONDITIONING ENHANCES DIFFERENT TEMPORAL COMPONENTS OF TONE-EVOKED SPIKE TRAINS IN AUDITORY-CORTEX AND LATERAL AMYGDALA

      Neuron
    42. DAVIDSON TL; ALTIZER AM; BENOIT SC; WALLS EK; POWLEY TL
      ENCODING AND SELECTIVE ACTIVATION OF METABOLIC MEMORIES IN THE RAT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    43. NOWAK AJ; MARSHALLGOODELL B; KEHOE EJ; GORMEZANO I
      ELICITATION, MODIFICATION, AND CONDITIONING OF THE RABBIT NICTITATING-MEMBRANE RESPONSE BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION IN THE SPINAL TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS, INFERIOR OLIVE, INTERPOSITUS NUCLEUS, AND RED NUCLEUS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    44. GUTIERREZ G; DOMJAN M
      DIFFERENCES IN THE SEXUAL CONDITIONED BEHAVIOR OF MALE AND FEMALE JAPANESE-QUAIL (COTURNIX JAPONICA)

      Journal of comparative psychology
    45. KAWAI N; NAKAJIMA S
      US POSTEXPOSURE EFFECT ON CONDITIONED FLAVOR PREFERENCE IN THE RAT

      The Psychological record
    46. KEMENES G; STARAS K; BENJAMIN PR
      IN-VITRO APPETITIVE CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING OF THE FEEDING RESPONSE INTHE POND SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    47. SCHREURS BG; TOMSIC D; GUSEV PA; ALKON DL
      DENDRITIC EXCITABILITY MICROZONES AND OCCLUDED LONG-TERM DEPRESSION AFTER CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING OF THE RABBITS NICTITATING-MEMBRANE RESPONSE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    48. GOULD TJ; STEINMETZ JE
      CHANGES IN RABBIT CEREBELLAR CORTICAL AND INTERPOSITUS NUCLEUS ACTIVITY DURING ACQUISITION, EXTINCTION, AND BACKWARD CLASSICAL EYELID CONDITIONING

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    49. EDELINE JM
      DOES HEBBIAN SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY EXPLAIN LEARNING-INDUCED SENSORY PLASTICITY IN ADULT MAMMALS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    50. CANLI T; BROWN TH
      AMYGDALA STIMULATION ENHANCES THE RAT EYEBLINK REFLEX THROUGH A SHORT-LATENCY MECHANISM

      Behavioral neuroscience
    51. CHEN L; BAO SW; LOCKARD JM; KIM JJ; THOMPSON RF
      IMPAIRED CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONING IN CEREBELLAR-LESIONED AND PURKINJE-CELL DEGENERATION (PCD) MUTANT MICE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    52. HATFIELD T; HAN JS; CONLEY M; GALLAGHER M; HOLLAND P
      NEUROTOXIC LESIONS OF BASOLATERAL, BUT NOT CENTRAL, AMYGDALA INTERFERE WITH PAVLOVIAN 2ND-ORDER CONDITIONING AND REINFORCER DEVALUATION EFFECTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    53. THOMPSON RF
      MOTOR LEARNING AND SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN THE CEREBELLUM

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    54. WEISS C; DISTERHOFT JF
      EYEBLINK CONDITIONING, MOTOR CONTROL, AND THE ANALYSIS OF LIMBIC-CEREBELLAR INTERACTIONS

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    55. LANDEIRAFERNANDEZ J
      CONTEXT AND PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    56. RAYMOND JL; LISBERGER SG; MAUK MD
      THE CEREBELLUM - A NEURONAL LEARNING-MACHINE

      Science
    57. BATSELL WR; GEORGE JW
      UNCONDITIONED STIMULUS-INTENSITY AND RETENTION INTERVAL EFFECTS

      Physiology & behavior
    58. THOMPSON RF; KIM JJ
      MEMORY-SYSTEMS IN THE BRAIN AND LOCALIZATION OF A MEMORY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    59. KAWAI N
      DIFFERENTIAL CONDITIONING OF US DURATION IN RATS - THE EFFECTS OF INTERTRANSITIONAL INTERVAL

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    60. JOYAL CC; MEYER C; JACQUART G; MAHLER P; CASTON J; LALONDE R
      EFFECTS OF MIDLINE AND LATERAL CEREBELLAR LESIONS ON MOTOR COORDINATION AND SPATIAL ORIENTATION

      Brain research
    61. MCECHRON MD; MCCABE PM; GREEN EJ; HITCHCOCK JM; SCHNEIDERMAN N
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL EXPRESSION OF THE C-FOS PROTEIN IN THE SPINAL TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS FOLLOWING PRESENTATION OF A CORNEAL AIRPUFF STIMULUS

      Brain research
    62. KIM JJ; CLARK RE; THOMPSON RF
      HIPPOCAMPECTOMY IMPAIRS THE MEMORY OF RECENTLY, BUT NOT REMOTELY, ACQUIRED TRACE EYEBLINK CONDITIONED-RESPONSES

      Behavioral neuroscience
    63. HILLIARD S; DOMJAN M
      EFFECTS ON SEXUAL CONDITIONING OF DEVALUING THE US THROUGH SATIATION

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative andphysiological psychology
    64. PERRETT SP; MAUK MD
      EXTINCTION OF CONDITIONED EYELID RESPONSES REQUIRES THE ANTERIOR LOBEOF CEREBELLAR CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    65. CRAWFORD LL; DOMJAN M
      2ND-ORDER SEXUAL CONDITIONING IN MALE JAPANESE-QUAIL (COTURNIX-JAPONICA)

      Animal learning & behavior
    66. MCCABE PM; MCECHRON MD; GREEN EJ; SCHNEIDERMAN N
      DESTRUCTION OF NEURONS IN THE VPM THALAMUS PREVENTS RABBIT HEART-RATECONDITIONING

      Physiology & behavior
    67. 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
    68. PELLEGRINI JJ; EVINGER C
      THE TRIGEMINALLY EVOKED BLINK REFLEX .2. MECHANISMS OF PAIRED-STIMULUS SUPPRESSION

      Experimental Brain Research
    69. TRUJILLO HM
      TOLERANCE TO DRUGS AND CLASSICAL-CONDITIO NING

      Psicologia conductual
    70. COX J; GUTHRIE R; MACRAE M; KEHOE EJ
      MK801 IMPAIRS ACQUISITION AND EXPRESSION OF CONDITIONED-RESPONSES IN THE RABBIT NICTITATING-MEMBRANE PREPARATION

      Psychobiology
    71. HAMPSON S
      PROBLEM-SOLVING IN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Progress in neurobiology
    72. IZQUIERDO SE; VERA LA; ANDREU MC; FLORIT AG; TORRES PS
      A PARAMETRICAL STUDY OF 2-WAY ACTIVE-AVOIDANCE ACQUISITION AND LONG-TERM RETENTION - NEW APPROACHES FOR DATA ANALYSES

      Psicothema
    73. MINTZ M; LAVOND DG; ZHANG AA; YUN Y; THOMPSON RF
      UNILATERAL INFERIOR OLIVE NMDA LESION LEADS TO UNILATERAL DEFICIT IN ACQUISITION AND RETENTION OF EYELID CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING

      Behavioral and neural biology
    74. THOMPSON RF; KRUPA DJ
      ORGANIZATION OF MEMORY TRACES IN THE MAMMALIAN BRAIN

      Annual review of neuroscience
    75. DEJONG PJ; MERCKELBACH H; KOERTSHUIS G; MURIS P
      UCS-INFLATION AND ACQUIRED FEAR RESPONSES IN HUMAN CONDITIONING

      Advances in behaviour research and therapy
    76. BOUTON ME
      CONDITIONING, REMEMBERING, AND FORGETTING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes
    77. BATSELL WR; BEST MR
      THE ROLE OF US NOVELTY IN RETENTION INTERVAL EFFECTS IN SINGLE-ELEMENT TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING

      Animal learning & behavior
    78. BRACHA V; WEBSTER ML; WINTERS NK; IRWIN KB; BLOEDEL JR
      EFFECTS OF MUSCIMOL INACTIVATION OF THE CEREBELLAR INTERPOSED-DENTATENUCLEAR-COMPLEX ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE NICTITATING-MEMBRANE RESPONSE IN THE RABBIT

      Experimental Brain Research
    79. GOULD TJ; SEARS LL; STEINMETZ JE
      POSSIBLE CS AND US PATHWAYS FOR RABBIT CLASSICAL EYELID CONDITIONING - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR PROJECTIONS FROM THE PONTINE NUCLEI AND INFERIOR OLIVE TO CEREBELLAR CORTEX AND NUCLEI

      Behavioral and neural biology
    80. KRUPA DJ; THOMPSON JK; THOMPSON RF
      LOCALIZATION OF A MEMORY TRACE IN THE MAMMALIAN BRAIN

      Science
    81. BORMANN NM; OVERTON DA
      MORPHINE AS A CONDITIONED-STIMULUS IN A CONDITIONED EMOTIONAL RESPONSE PARADIGM

      Psychopharmacology


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