Hillary R. Rodman

Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
"Hillary Rodman"
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Krysiak ME, Bankieris KR, Abid Q, et al. (2011) The effect of ecologically relevant variations in light level on the performance of Mongolian gerbils on two visual tasks. Behavioural Processes. 88: 135-41
Rodman HR. (2009) Behavioral and neural alterations following V1 damage in immature primates Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity Following Central and Peripheral Lesions
Gross CG, Moore T, Rodman HR. (2004) Visually guided behavior after V1 lesions in young and adult monkeys and its relation to blindsight in humans. Progress in Brain Research. 144: 279-94
Azzopardi P, Fallah M, Gross CG, et al. (2003) Response latencies of neurons in visual areas MT and MST of monkeys with striate cortex lesions. Neuropsychologia. 41: 1738-56
Major DE, Rodman HR, Libedinsky C, et al. (2003) Pattern of retinal projections in the California ground squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi): anterograde tracing study using cholera toxin. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 463: 317-40
Rodman HR, Sorenson KM, Shim AJ, et al. (2001) Calbindin immunoreactivity in the geniculo-extrastriate system of the macaque: implications for heterogeneity in the koniocellular pathway and recovery from cortical damage. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 431: 168-81
Moore T, Rodman HR, Gross CG. (2001) Direction of motion discrimination after early lesions of striate cortex (V1) of the macaque monkey. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98: 325-30
Sorenson KM, Rodman HR. (1999) A transient geniculo-extrastriate pathway in macaques? Implications for 'blindsight'. Neuroreport. 10: 3295-9
Moore T, Rodman HR, Gross CG. (1998) Man, monkey, and blindsight Neuroscientist. 4: 227-230
Scalaidhe SP, Rodman HR, Albright TD, et al. (1997) The effects of combined superior temporal polysensory area and frontal eye field lesions on eye movements in the macaque monkey. Behavioural Brain Research. 84: 31-46
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