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Munir Gunes Kutlu

Affiliations: 
Psychology and Neuroscience Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Associative Learning Models
Website:
http://pn.aas.duke.edu/sites/schmajuklab/
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Kutlu MG, Oliver C, Huang P, et al. (2016) Impairment of contextual fear extinction by chronic nicotine and withdrawal from chronic nicotine is associated with hippocampal nAChR upregulation. Neuropharmacology
Kutlu MG, Braak DC, Tumolo JM, et al. (2016) Adolescent mice are less sensitive to the effects of acute nicotine on context PRE-exposure than adults. Brain Research
Parikh V, Kutlu MG, Gould TJ. (2016) nAChR dysfunction as a common substrate for schizophrenia and comorbid nicotine addiction: Current trends and perspectives. Schizophrenia Research
Kutlu MG, Holliday E, Gould TJ. (2015) High-affinity α4β2 nicotinic receptors mediate the impairing effects of acute nicotine on contextual fear extinction. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Kutlu MG, Gould TJ. (2015) Nicotinic modulation of hippocampal cell signaling and associated effects on learning and memory. Physiology & Behavior
Kutlu MG, Parikh V, Gould TJ. (2015) Nicotine Addiction and Psychiatric Disorders. International Review of Neurobiology. 124: 171-208
Kutlu MG, Gould TJ. (2015) Nicotine modulation of fear memories and anxiety: Implications for learning and anxiety disorders. Biochemical Pharmacology
Hall BJ, Slade S, Allenby C, et al. (2015) Neuro-anatomic mapping of dopamine D1 receptor involvement in nicotine self-administration in rats. Neuropharmacology
Kutlu MG, Gould TJ. (2015) Nicotinic receptors, memory, and hippocampus. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences. 23: 137-63
Kutlu MG, Oliver C, Gould TJ. (2014) The effects of acute nicotine on contextual safety discrimination. Journal of Psychopharmacology (Oxford, England). 28: 1064-70
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