Lisa Beth Dokovna
Lisa Beth Dokovna
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Resting-state functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorders: a review
JV Hull, LB Dokovna, ZJ Jacokes, CM Torgerson, A Irimia, JD Van Horn
Frontiers in psychiatry 7, 205, 2017
1432017
Neonatal alcohol exposure impairs contextual fear conditioning in juvenile rats by disrupting cholinergic function
LB Dokovna, SA Jablonski, ME Stanton
Behavioural brain research 248, 114-120, 2013
262013
Cholinergic mechanisms of the context preexposure facilitation effect in adolescent rats.
PA Robinson-Drummer, LB Dokovna, NA Heroux, ME Stanton
Behavioral neuroscience 130 (2), 196, 2016
142016
SCOPOLOAMINE IMPAIRS THE CONTEXT PRE-EXPOSURE FACILITATION EFFECT IN JUVENILE RATS
L Dokovna, M Stanton
Developmental Psychobiology 54 (7), 2012
12012
Anabolic-androgenic steroids and cognitive effort discounting in male rats
LB Dokovna, G Li, RI Wood
Hormones and behavior 113, 13-20, 2019
2019
" Resting-state functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorders: A review": Corrigendum.
JV Hull, ZJ Jacokes, CM Torgerson, A Irimia, JD Van Horn
Frontiers Media SA, 2018
2018
Corrigendum: Resting-State Functional Connectivity in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Review
JV Hull, LB Dokovna, ZJ Jacokes, CM Torgerson, A Irimia, JD Van Horn, ...
Frontiers in psychiatry 9, 268, 2018
2018
The Neural Basis of Attention: Interconnections of the Lateral Posterior Nucleus and Postrhinal Cortex of the Rat
LB Dokovna
Brown University, 2014
2014
NEONATAL ALCOHOL EXPOSURE IMPAIRS THE CONTEXT PRE-EXPOSURE FACILITATION EFFECT IN JUVENILE RATS: EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE WINDOW AND SHOCK INTENSITY: 1062
L Dokovna, W Schreiber, N Murawski, M Stanton
Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research 36, 2012
2012
NEONATAL ALCOHOL EXPOSURE LIMITED TO POSTNATAL DAY 7 IS SUFFICIENT TO DISRUPT CONTEXT CONDITIONING IN JUVENILE RATS: 0930
N Murawski, L Dokovna, W Schreiber, M Stanto
Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research 35, 2011
2011
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