Ronald F. Rogers

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, United States 
"Ronald Rogers"

r. Ron Rogers earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience from Rutgers University in 1995. From there he went on to teach and do research at Indiana University, Bloomington as a National Institutes of Mental Health Post-Doctoral Fellow. Dr. Rogers came to San Jose State University in 1999 and is currently an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the MA in Experimental Psychology Program.

Mean distance: 14.67 (cluster 19)
Cross-listing: PsychTree

BETA: Related publications


You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Khan RL, Vadigepalli R, McDonald MK, et al. (2008) Dynamic transcriptomic response to acute hypertension in the nucleus tractus solitarius. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 295: R15-27
Katz DB, Rogers RF, Steinmetz JE. (2002) Novel factors contributing to the expression of latent inhibition. Behavioral Neuroscience. 116: 824-36
Rector DM, Rogers RF, Schwaber JS, et al. (2001) Scattered-light imaging in vivo tracks fast and slow processes of neurophysiological activation. Neuroimage. 14: 977-94
Rogers RF, Britton GB, Steinmetz JE. (2001) Learning-related interpositus activity is conserved across species as studied during eyeblink conditioning in the rat. Brain Research. 905: 171-7
Rogers RF, Runyan JD, Vaidyanathan AG, et al. (2001) Information theoretic analysis of pulmonary stretch receptor spike trains. Journal of Neurophysiology. 85: 448-61
Green JT, Rogers RF, Goodlett CR, et al. (2000) Impairment in eyeblink classical conditioning in adult rats exposed to ethanol as neonates. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 24: 438-47
Rogers RF, Rybak IA, Schwaber JS. (2000) Computational modeling of the baroreflex arc: nucleus tractus solitarius. Brain Research Bulletin. 51: 139-50
Rogers RF, Fender AF, Steinmetz JE. (1999) The cerebellum is necessary for rabbit classical eyeblink conditioning with a non-somatosensory (photic) unconditioned stimulus. Behavioural Brain Research. 104: 105-12
Matzel LD, Talk AC, Muzzio IA, et al. (1998) Ubiquitous molecular substrates for associative learning and activity-dependent neuronal facilitation. Reviews in the Neurosciences. 9: 129-67
Rogers RF, Steinmetz JE. (1998) Contextually based conditional discrimination of the rabbit eyeblink response. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 69: 307-19
See more...