J.N.P Nick Rawlins

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Behavioral Neuroscience
"J.N.P Rawlins"
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Candice Contet research assistant 2000-2000 Oxford
Thomas G. Campbell grad student Oxford
Jonathan K. Foster grad student Oxford
Carola Romberg grad student Oxford
Kevin Allen grad student 2004-2007 Oxford
David J. Sanderson post-doc 2005-2007 Oxford
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Davis DH, Skelly DT, Murray C, et al. (2015) Worsening cognitive impairment and neurodegenerative pathology progressively increase risk for delirium. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry : Official Journal of the American Association For Geriatric Psychiatry. 23: 403-15
Lacroix L, White I, Feldon J. (2002) Effect of excitotoxic lesions of rat medial prefrontal cortex on spatial memory. Behavioural Brain Research. 133: 69-81
Deacon RMJ, Croucher A, Rawlins JN. (2002) Hippocampal cytotoxic lesion effects on species-typical behaviours in mice Behavioural Brain Research. 132: 203-213
de Borchgrave R, Rawlins JN, Dickinson A, et al. (2002) Effects of cytotoxic nucleus accumbens lesions on instrumental conditioning in rats. Experimental Brain Research. 144: 50-68
Bannerman DM, Lemaire M, Yee BK, et al. (2002) Selective cytotoxic lesions of the retrohippocampal region produce a mild deficit in social recognition memory. Experimental Brain Research. 142: 395-401
Contet C, Rawlins JN, Bannerman DM. (2001) Faster is not surer--a comparison of C57BL/6J and 129S2/Sv mouse strains in the watermaze. Behavioural Brain Research. 125: 261-7
Contet C, Rawlins JN, Deacon RMJ. (2001) A comparison of 129S2/SvHsd and C57BL/6JOlaHsd mice on a test battery assessing sensorimotor, affective and cognitive behaviours: Implications for the study of genetically modified mice Behavioural Brain Research. 124: 33-46
Rawlins JN, Lyford G, Seferiades A. (1991) Does it still make sense to develop nonspatial theories of hippocampal function? Hippocampus. 1: 283-286
Mellanby J, Hawkins C, Mellanby H, et al. (1984) Tetanus toxin as a tool for studying epilepsy Journal De Physiologie. 79: 207-215
Rawlins JN, Feldon J, Gray JA. (1980) Discrimination of response-contingent and response-independent shock by rats: effects of chlordiazepoxide HCl and sodium amylobarbitone. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 32: 215-32
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