Douglas L. Nelson

Affiliations: 
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, United States 
Area:
Memory
Website:
http://luna.cas.usf.edu/~nelson/
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Berman RF, Buijsen RA, Usdin K, et al. (2014) Mouse models of the fragile X premutation and fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 6: 25
Nelson DL, Kitto K, Galea D, et al. (2013) How activation, entanglement, and searching a semantic network contribute to event memory. Memory & Cognition. 41: 797-819
Guo W, Allan AM, Zong R, et al. (2011) Ablation of Fmrp in adult neural stem cells disrupts hippocampus-dependent learning. Nature Medicine. 17: 559-65
Nelson DL, Fisher SL, Akirmak U. (2007) How implicitly activated and explicitly acquired knowledge contribute to the effectiveness of retrieval cues. Memory & Cognition. 35: 1892-904
Nelson DL, Goodmon LB, Akirmak U. (2007) Implicitly activated memories are associated to general context cues. Memory & Cognition. 35: 1878-91
Balota DA, Yap MJ, Cortese MJ, et al. (2007) The English Lexicon Project. Behavior Research Methods. 39: 445-59
Nelson DL, Goodmon LB, Ceo D. (2007) How does delayed testing reduce effects of implicit memory: context infusion or cuing with context? Memory & Cognition. 35: 1014-23
Luiz Oliveira Penido M, Resende DM, Vianello MA, et al. (2007) A new series of schistosomicide drugs, the alkylaminoalkanethiosulfuric acids, partially inhibit the activity of Schistosoma mansoni ATP diphosphohydrolase. European Journal of Pharmacology. 570: 10-7
Nelson DL, McEvoy CL. (2007) Entangled associative structures and context Aaai Spring Symposium - Technical Report. 98-105
Fisher SL, Nelson DL. (2006) Recursive reminding: effects of repetition, printed frequency, connectivity, and set size on recognition and judgments of frequency. Memory & Cognition. 34: 295-306
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