Nancy Rempel-Clower

Affiliations: 
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, United States 
Area:
Neuroscience, Learning, Memory, Emotion
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Megan Hastings Hagenauer research assistant 2001-2001 Grinnell College
Jaimie D. Adelson research assistant 2004-2007 Grinnell College
Paul F. Kramer research assistant 2007-2009 Grinnell College
Rebecca Naomi van den Honert research assistant 2008-2009 Grinnell College
Caleb S. Sponheim research assistant 2012-2015 Grinnell College
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Rempel-Clower NL. (2007) Role of orbitofrontal cortex connections in emotion. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1121: 72-86
Barbas H, Saha S, Rempel-Clower N, et al. (2003) Serial pathways from primate prefrontal cortex to autonomic areas may influence emotional expression. Bmc Neuroscience. 4: 25
Rempel-Clower NL, Barbas H. (2000) The laminar pattern of connections between prefrontal and anterior temporal cortices in the Rhesus monkey is related to cortical structure and function. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 10: 851-65
Barbas H, Ghashghaei H, Dombrowski SM, et al. (1999) Medial prefrontal cortices are unified by common connections with superior temporal cortices and distinguished by input from memory-related areas in the rhesus monkey. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 410: 343-67
Rempel-Clower NL, Barbas H. (1998) Topographic organization of connections between the hypothalamus and prefrontal cortex in the rhesus monkey. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 398: 393-419
Barbas H, Rempel-Clower N. (1997) Cortical structure predicts the pattern of corticocortical connections. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 7: 635-46
Rempel-Clower NL, Zola SM, Squire LR, et al. (1996) Three cases of enduring memory impairment after bilateral damage limited to the hippocampal formation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 16: 5233-55
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