Terri L. Schochet

Affiliations: 
University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
drugs of abuse, plasticity, prefrontal cortex, development
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Charles F. Landry grad student 2005 UW Madison
 (The prefrontal cortex and adolescent neural development: Implications for nicotine abuse.)
Ann Elizabeth Kelley grad student 2000-2005 UW Madison
 (The prefrontal cortex and adolescent neural development: Implications for nicotine abuse.)
James H. Eberwine post-doc 2009- University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Jacqueline F. McGinty post-doc 2006-2009 MUSC
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Andrzejewski ME, Schochet TL, Feit EC, et al. (2011) A comparison of adult and adolescent rat behavior in operant learning, extinction, and behavioral inhibition paradigms. Behavioral Neuroscience. 125: 93-105
Hearing MC, Schochet TL, See RE, et al. (2010) Context-driven cocaine-seeking in abstinent rats increases activity-regulated gene expression in the basolateral amygdala and dorsal hippocampus differentially following short and long periods of abstinence. Neuroscience. 170: 570-9
Schochet TL, Bremer QZ, Brownfield MS, et al. (2008) The dendritically targeted protein Dendrin is induced by acute nicotine in cortical regions of adolescent rat brain. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 28: 1967-79
Schochet TL, Kelley AE, Landry CF. (2005) Differential expression of arc mRNA and other plasticity-related genes induced by nicotine in adolescent rat forebrain. Neuroscience. 135: 285-97
Kelley AE, Schochet T, Landry CF. (2004) Risk taking and novelty seeking in adolescence: introduction to part I. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1021: 27-32
Schochet TL, Kelley AE, Landry CF. (2004) Differential behavioral effects of nicotine exposure in adolescent and adult rats. Psychopharmacology. 175: 265-73
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