Leonard E. Jarrard

Affiliations: 
Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA, United States 
Area:
Learning and Memory
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Sample CH, Jones S, Hargrave SL, et al. (2016) Western Diet and the Weakening of the Interoceptive Stimulus Control of Appetitive Behavior. Behavioural Brain Research
Davidson TL, Kanoski SE, Chan K, et al. (2010) Hippocampal lesions impair retention of discriminative responding based on energy state cues. Behavioral Neuroscience. 124: 97-105
Davidson TL, Chan K, Jarrard LE, et al. (2009) Contributions of the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex to energy and body weight regulation. Hippocampus. 19: 235-52
Liu P, Jarrard LE, Bilkey DK. (2004) Excitotoxic lesions of the pre- and parasubiculum disrupt the place fields of hippocampal pyramidal cells. Hippocampus. 14: 107-16
Tracy AL, Jarrard LE, Davidson TL. (2001) The hippocampus and motivation revisited: appetite and activity. Behavioural Brain Research. 127: 13-23
Maaswinkel H, Jarrard LE, Whishaw IQ. (1999) Hippocampectomized rats are impaired in homing by path integration. Hippocampus. 9: 553-61
Hampson RE, Jarrard LE, Deadwyler SA. (1999) Effects of ibotenate hippocampal and extrahippocampal destruction on delayed-match and -nonmatch-to-sample behavior in rats. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 19: 1492-507
Whishaw IQ, Jarrard LE. (1996) Evidence for extrahippocampal involvement in place learning and hippocampal involvement in path integration. Hippocampus. 6: 513-24
Whishaw IQ, Jarrard LE. (1995) Similarities vs. differences in place learning and circadian activity in rats after fimbria-fornix section or ibotenate removal of hippocampal cells. Hippocampus. 5: 595-604
M'Harzi M, Jarrard LE, Willig F, et al. (1991) Selective fimbria and thalamic lesions differentially impair forms of working memory in rats. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 56: 221-39
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