Edward S Redhead

Psychology University of Southampton (UK), Southampton, England, United Kingdom 
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Cleal M, Fontana BD, Double M, et al. (2021) Dopaminergic modulation of working memory and cognitive flexibility in a zebrafish model of aging-related cognitive decline. Neurobiology of Aging. 102: 1-16
Cleal M, Fontana BD, Ranson DC, et al. (2020) The Free-movement pattern Y-maze: A cross-species measure of working memory and executive function. Behavior Research Methods
Redhead ES, Hamilton DA, Parker MO, et al. (2013) Overshadowing of geometric cues by a beacon in a spatial navigation task. Learning & Behavior. 41: 179-91
Barkas L, Redhead E, Taylor M, et al. (2012) Fluoxetine restores spatial learning but not accelerated forgetting in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 135: 2358-74
Glautier S, Redhead E, Thorwart A, et al. (2010) Reduced summation with common features in causal judgments. Experimental Psychology. 57: 252-9
Barkas LJ, Henderson JL, Hamilton DA, et al. (2010) Selective temporal resections and spatial memory impairment: cue dependent lateralization effects. Behavioural Brain Research. 208: 535-44
Parker M, McBride SD, Redhead ES, et al. (2009) Differential place and response learning in horses displaying an oral stereotypy Behavioural Brain Research. 200: 100-105
Hamilton DA, Johnson TE, Redhead ES, et al. (2009) Control of rodent and human spatial navigation by room and apparatus cues. Behavioural Processes. 81: 154-69
Parker M, Goodwin D, Eager RA, et al. (2009) Comparison of Polar ® heart rate interval data with simultaneously recorded ECG signals in horses Comparative Exercise Physiology. 6: 137-142
Parker M, Redhead ES, Goodwin D, et al. (2008) Impaired instrumental choice in crib-biting horses (Equus caballus) Behavioural Brain Research. 191: 137-140
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