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Aldis Patrick Weible

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University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
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Learning and memory
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John Disterhoft grad student 1996-2002 Northwestern
 (Cortical involvement in associative learning: The role of the caudal medial prefrontal cortex in trace eyeblink conditioning.)
Michael Wehr post-doc University of Oregon
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Weible AP, Yavorska I, Kayal D, et al. (2020) A Layer 3→5 Circuit in Auditory Cortex That Contributes to Pre-pulse Inhibition of the Acoustic Startle Response. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 14: 553208
Weible AP, Stebritz AJ, Wehr M. (2020) 5XFAD mice show early-onset gap encoding deficits in the auditory cortex. Neurobiology of Aging. 94: 101-110
Weible AP, Yavorska I, Wehr M. (2020) A Cortico-Collicular Amplification Mechanism for Gap Detection. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
O'Sullivan C, Weible AP, Wehr M. (2019) Disruption of Early or Late Epochs of Auditory Cortical Activity Impairs Speech Discrimination in Mice. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 1394
O'Sullivan C, Weible AP, Wehr M. (2019) Auditory cortex contributes to discrimination of pure tones. Eneuro
Weible AP, Posner MI, Niell CM. (2019) Differential Involvement of Three Brain Regions During Mouse Skill Learning. Eneuro
Kaylegian K, Stebritz AJ, Weible AP, et al. (2019) 5XFAD Mice Show Early Onset Gap Detection Deficits. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 11: 66
Piscopo DM, Weible AP, Rothbart MK, et al. (2018) Changes in white matter in mice resulting from low-frequency brain stimulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Moore AK, Weible AP, Balmer TS, et al. (2018) Rapid Rebalancing of Excitation and Inhibition by Cortical Circuitry. Neuron
Weible AP, Piscopo DM, Rothbart MK, et al. (2017) Rhythmic brain stimulation reduces anxiety-related behavior in a mouse model based on meditation training. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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