Helen HJ Pothuizen

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Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom 
Area:
Behavioural neuroscience
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Peters SM, Pinter IJ, Pothuizen HH, et al. (2016) Novel approach to automatically classify rat social behavior using a video tracking system. Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Peters SM, Pothuizen HH, Spruijt BM. (2015) Ethological concepts enhance the translational value of animal models. European Journal of Pharmacology. 759: 42-50
George DN, Duffaud AM, Pothuizen HH, et al. (2010) Lesions to the ventral, but not the dorsal, medial prefrontal cortex enhance latent inhibition. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 31: 1474-82
Pothuizen HH, Davies M, Aggleton JP, et al. (2010) Effects of selective granular retrosplenial cortex lesions on spatial working memory in rats. Behavioural Brain Research. 208: 566-75
Pothuizen HH, Davies M, Albasser MM, et al. (2009) Granular and dysgranular retrosplenial cortices provide qualitatively different contributions to spatial working memory: evidence from immediate-early gene imaging in rats. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 30: 877-88
Pothuizen HH, Aggleton JP, Vann SD. (2008) Do rats with retrosplenial cortex lesions lack direction? The European Journal of Neuroscience. 28: 2486-98
Pothuizen HH, Neumann KR, Feldon J, et al. (2006) Selective nucleus accumbens core lesions enhance dizocilpine-induced but not apomorphine-induced disruption of prepulse inhibition in rats. Behavioural Pharmacology. 17: 107-17
Pothuizen HH, Feldon J, Yee BK. (2006) Facilitated extinction of appetitive instrumental conditioning following excitotoxic lesions of the core or the medial shell subregion of the nucleus accumbens in rats. Experimental Brain Research. 172: 120-8
Pothuizen HH, Jongen-Rêlo AL, Feldon J, et al. (2006) Latent inhibition of conditioned taste aversion is not disrupted, but can be enhanced, by selective nucleus accumbens shell lesions in rats. Neuroscience. 137: 1119-30
Pothuizen HH, Jongen-Rêlo AL, Feldon J, et al. (2005) Double dissociation of the effects of selective nucleus accumbens core and shell lesions on impulsive-choice behaviour and salience learning in rats. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 22: 2605-16
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