Carolyn  W Harley
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Norepinephrine ignites local hotspots of neuronal excitation: How arousal amplifies selectivity in perception and memory
M Mather, D Clewett, M Sakaki, CW Harley
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, 2016
The Locus Coeruleus: Essential for Maintaining Cognitive Function and the Aging Brain
M Mather, CW Harley
Trends in Cognitive Science 20, 214-226, 2016
MK-801 and AP5 impair acquisition, but not retention, of the Morris milk maze
V Heale, C Harley
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 36 (1), 145-149, 1990
Long-lasting potentiation of the dentate gyrus population spike by norepinephrine
RS Neuman, CW Harley
Brain research 273 (1), 162-165, 1983
A role for norepinephrine in arousal, emotion and learning?: limbic modulation by norepinephrine and the Kety hypothesis
CW Harley
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 11 (4), 419-458, 1987
Novelty‐elicited, noradrenaline‐dependent enhancement of excitability in the dentate gyrus
V Kitchigina, A Vankov, C Harley, SJ Sara
European Journal of Neuroscience 9 (1), 41-47, 1997
Norepinephrine and the dentate gyrus
CW Harley
Progress in brain research 163, 299-318, 2007
The action of norepinephrine in the dentate gyrus: beta-mediated facilitation of evoked potentials in vitro
JC Lacaille, CW Harley
Brain research 358 (1-2), 210-220, 1985
Locus coeruleus: a new look at the blue spot
GR Poe, S Foote, O Eschenko, JP Johansen, S Bouret, G Aston-Jones, ...
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 21 (11), 644-659, 2020
Noradrenergic and locus coeruleus modulation of the perforant path-evoked potential in rat dentate gyrus supports a role for the locus coeruleus in attentional and memorial …
C Harley
Progress in brain research 88, 307-321, 1991
Hippocampal lesions disrupt maternal, not sexual, behaviour in the albino rat
DP Kimble, L Rogers, CW Hendrickson
J Comp Physiol Psychol 63 (3), 401-407, 1967
Mitral cell β1 and 5-HT2A receptor colocalization and cAMP coregulation: A new model of norepinephrine-induced learning in the olfactory bulb
Q Yuan, CW Harley, JH McLean
Learning & memory 10 (1), 5-15, 2003
Locus ceruleus activation suppresses feedforward interneurons and reduces β-γ electroencephalogram frequencies while it enhances θ frequencies in rat dentate gyrus
RAM Brown, SG Walling, JS Milway, CW Harley
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (8), 1985-1991, 2005
Locus ceruleus activation initiates delayed synaptic potentiation of perforant path input to the dentate gyrus in awake rats: a novel β-adrenergic-and protein synthesis …
SG Walling, CW Harley
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (3), 598-604, 2004
Norepinephrine and dopamine as learning signals
CW Harley
Neural plasticity 11 (3-4), 191-204, 2004
Ibotenate lesions of the hippocampus enhance latent inhibition in conditioned taste aversion and increase resistance to extinction in conditioned taste preference.
S Reilly, CW Harley, S Revusky
Behavioral neuroscience 107 (6), 996, 1993
Orexin-A infusion in the locus ceruleus triggers norepinephrine (NE) release and NE-induced long-term potentiation in the dentate gyrus
SG Walling, DJ Nutt, MD Lalies, CW Harley
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (34), 7421-7426, 2004
Hippocampal lesions and the orienting response
CW Hendrickson, RJ Kimble, DP Kimble
J Comp Physiol Psychol 67 (2), 220-227, 1969
pCREB in the neonate rat olfactory bulb is selectively and transiently increased by odor preference–conditioned training
JH McLean, CW Harley, A Darby-King, Q Yuan
Learning & Memory 6 (6), 608-618, 1999
Testosterone decreases CA1 plasticity in vivo in gonadectomized male rats
CW Harley, CW Malsbury, A Squires, RAM Brown
Hippocampus 10 (6), 693-697, 2000
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