James Leland Olds

Affiliations: 
George Mason University, Washington, DC 
Area:
Hippocampus
Website:
http://krasnow.gmu.edu/olds
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Bio:

Son of James Olds (Sr.) University of Michigan/Caltech

Mean distance: 14.78 (cluster 6)
 
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Parents

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Bernard Agranoff grad student 1982-1987 University of Michigan
Daniel L. Alkon post-doc 1987-1995 NINDS

Children

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John Leland Baker grad student 2000-2007 George Mason
David L. Cooper grad student 2005-2010 George Mason
Giorgio A. Ascoli post-doc 1999-2001 George Mason
Bryan Devan post-doc 2001-2006 George Mason

Collaborators

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Upinder Singh Bhalla collaborator George Mason
Mortimer Mishkin collaborator George Mason
David Olton collaborator 1990-1991 NINDS
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Krichmar JL, Severa W, Khan MS, et al. (2019) Making BREAD: Biomimetic Strategies for Artificial Intelligence Now and in the Future. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 666
Cooper DL, Gentle JE, Barreto E, et al. (2010) Synchronized changes to relative neuron populations in postnatal human neocortical development. Cognitive Neurodynamics. 4: 151-63
Giordano J, Forsythe C, Olds J. (2010) Neuroscience, neurotechnology, and national security: The need for preparedness and an ethics of responsible action Ajob Neuroscience. 1: 35-36
Giordano J, Olds J. (2010) The interfluence of neuroscience, neuroethics, and legal and social issues: The need for (N)ELSI Ajob Neuroscience. 1: 12-14
Baker JL, Olds JL. (2007) Theta phase precession emerges from a hybrid computational model of a CA3 place cell. Cognitive Neurodynamics. 1: 237-48
Olds JL. (2006) A special role for marine biology Biological Bulletin. 211: 203
Olds JL. (2005) A message from the editor Biological Bulletin. 208: 1-2
Devan BD, Stouffer EM, Petri HL, et al. (2003) Partial reinforcement across trials impairs escape performance but spares place learning in the water maze. Behavioural Brain Research. 141: 91-104
Devan BD, Petri HL, Mishkin M, et al. (2002) A room with a view and a polarizing cue: individual differences in the stimulus control of place navigation and passive latent learning in the water maze. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 78: 79-99
Olds JL. (2001) Are there really too many biomedical trainees? The Anatomical Record. 265: 157-8
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