Emma R. Wood

Affiliations: 
Neuroscience University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
Spatial learning and memory
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Yanina Tsenkina grad student 2008-2011 Edinburgh

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Roddy McKinlay Grieves collaborator
Stephanie Daumas collaborator 2005-2009 Edinburgh
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Wood ER, Dudchenko PA. (2021) Navigating space in the mammalian brain. Science (New York, N.Y.). 372: 913-914
Smith AE, Wood ER, Dudchenko PA. (2021) The stimulus control of local enclosures and barriers over head direction and place cell spatial firing. Brain and Behavior. e02070
Smith AE, Cheek OA, Sweet ELC, et al. (2019) Lesions of the head direction cell system impair direction discrimination. Behavioral Neuroscience
Dudchenko PA, Wood ER, Smith A. (2019) A new perspective on the head direction cell system and spatial behavior. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Harland B, Grieves RM, Bett D, et al. (2017) Lesions of the Head Direction Cell System Increase Hippocampal Place Field Repetition. Current Biology : Cb
Grieves RM, Duvelle É, Wood ER, et al. (2017) Field repetition and local mapping in the hippocampus and medial entorhinal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00933.2016
Grieves RM, Wood ER, Dudchenko PA. (2016) Place cells on a maze encode routes rather than destinations. Elife. 5
Grieves RM, Wood ER, Dudchenko PA. (2016) Author response: Place cells on a maze encode routes rather than destinations Elife
Harland B, Wood ER, Dudchenko PA. (2015) The Head Direction Cell System and Behavior: The Effects of Lesions to the Lateral Mammillary Bodies on Spatial Memory in a Novel Landmark Task and in the Water Maze. Behavioral Neuroscience
Zeng Y, Brydges NM, Wood ER, et al. (2015) Prenatal glucocorticoid exposure in rats: programming effects on stress reactivity and cognition in adult offspring. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 18: 353-61
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