John Freeman
John Freeman
Professor of Psychology, University of Iowa
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The acid-activated ion channel ASIC contributes to synaptic plasticity, learning, and memory
JA Wemmie, J Chen, CC Askwith, AM Hruska-Hageman, MP Price, ...
Neuron 34 (3), 463-477, 2002
Acid-sensing ion channel 1 is localized in brain regions with high synaptic density and contributes to fear conditioning
JA Wemmie, CC Askwith, E Lamani, MD Cassell, JH Freeman, MJ Welsh
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (13), 5496-5502, 2003
Neural circuitry and plasticity mechanisms underlying delay eyeblink conditioning
JH Freeman, AB Steinmetz
Learning & memory 18 (10), 666-677, 2011
Synapse formation is associated with memory storage in the cerebellum
JA Kleim, JH Freeman Jr, R Bruneau, BC Nolan, NR Cooper, A Zook, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (20), 13228-13231, 2002
Eyeblink conditioning in the developing rat.
ME Stanton, JH Freeman, RW Skelton
Behavioral neuroscience 106 (4), 657, 1992
Context-specific multi-site cingulate cortical, limbic thalamic, and hippocampal neuronal activity during concurrent discriminative approach and avoidance training in rabbits
JH Freeman, C Cuppernell, K Flannery, M Gabriel
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (4), 1538-1549, 1996
Optimizing dendritic cell‐based immunotherapy in multiple myeloma: intranodal injections of idiotype‐pulsed CD40 ligand‐matured vaccines led to induction of type‐1 and …
Q Yi, S Szmania, J Freeman, J Qian, NA Rosen, S Viswamitra, ...
British journal of haematology 150 (5), 554-564, 2010
Developmental changes in eye-blink conditioning and neuronal activity in the cerebellar interpositus nucleus
JH Freeman, DA Nicholson
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (2), 813-819, 2000
Cerebellar learning mechanisms
JH Freeman
Brain research 1621, 260-269, 2015
Oxford handbook of developmental behavioral neuroscience
M Blumberg, J Freeman, S Robinson
Oxford University Press, 2009
Fimbria-fornix transections disrupt the ontogeny of delayed alternation but not position discrimination in the rat.
JH Freeman, ME Stanton
Behavioral neuroscience 105 (3), 386, 1991
Lesions of the perirhinal cortex impair sensory preconditioning in rats
DA Nicholson, JH Freeman Jr
Behavioural brain research 112 (1-2), 69-75, 2000
Amygdala modulation of cerebellar learning
SJ Farley, JJ Radley, JH Freeman
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (7), 2190-2201, 2016
Disruption of cerebellar maturation by an antimitotic agent impairs the ontogeny of eyeblink conditioning in rats
JH Freeman, S Barone, ME Stanton
Journal of Neuroscience 15 (11), 7301-7314, 1995
Lesions of the entorhinal cortex disrupt behavioral and neuronal responses to context change during extinction of discriminative avoidance behavior
JH Freeman Jr, A Weible, J Rossi, M Gabriel
Experimental Brain Research 115, 445-457, 1997
Addition of inhibition in the olivocerebellar system and the ontogeny of a motor memory
DA Nicholson, JH Freeman Jr
Nature neuroscience 6 (5), 532-537, 2003
Associative plasticity in the medial auditory thalamus and cerebellar interpositus nucleus during eyeblink conditioning
HE Halverson, I Lee, JH Freeman
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (26), 8787-8796, 2010
Early cerebellar lesions impair eyeblink conditioning in developing rats: differential effects of unilateral lesions on postnatal day 10 or 20.
JH Freeman Jr, CS Carter, ME Stanton
Behavioral neuroscience 109 (5), 893, 1995
Differential effects of cerebellar inactivation on eyeblink conditioned excitation and inhibition
JH Freeman, HE Halverson, A Poremba
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (4), 889-895, 2005
Eyeblink conditioning in the infant rat: an animal model of learning in developmental neurotoxicology.
ME Stanton, JH Freeman Jr
Environmental Health Perspectives 102 (suppl 2), 131-139, 1994
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