Jerome S. Schwartzbaum

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Area:
Limbic system, Gustatory pathways
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Schwartzbaum JS, Leventhal TO. (1990) Neural substrates of behavioral aversion in lateral hypothalamus of rabbits. Brain Research. 507: 85-91
Schwartzbaum JS. (1988) Electrophysiology of taste, feeding and reward in lateral hypothalamus of rabbit. Physiology & Behavior. 44: 507-26
Block CH, Schwartzbaum JS. (1983) Ascending efferent projections of the gustatory parabrachial nuclei in the rabbit. Brain Research. 259: 1-9
Schwartzbaum JS. (1983) Operant licking in rabbits for intraoral injection of basic types of tastants. Physiology & Behavior. 31: 445-51
Schwartzbaum JS. (1983) Electrophysiology of taste-mediated functions in parabrachial nuclei of behaving rabbit. Brain Research Bulletin. 11: 61-89
Di Lorenzo PM, Schwartzbaum JS. (1982) Coding of gustatory information in the pontine parabrachial nuclei of the rabbit: temporal patterns of neural response. Brain Research. 251: 245-57
Di Lorenzo PM, Schwartzbaum JS. (1982) Coding of gustatory information in the pontine parabrachial nuclei of the rabbit: magnitude of neural response. Brain Research. 251: 229-44
Schwartzbaum JS, DiLorenzo PM. (1982) Gustatory functions of the nucleus tractus solitarius in the rabbit. Brain Research Bulletin. 8: 285-92
Schwartzbaum JS, Morse JR. (1978) Taste responsivity of amygdaloid units in behaving rabbit: a methodological report. Brain Research Bulletin. 3: 131-41
Gustafson JW, Lidsky TI, Schwartzbaum JS. (1975) Effects of hippocampal stimulation on acquisition, extinction and generalization of conditioned suppression in the rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 89: 1136-48
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