Aric J. Fader, Ph.D.

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, United States 
"Aric Fader"
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Gary P. Dohanich grad student 2000 Tulane
 (The effects of estrogen delivered to the medial septal area and hippocampal formation on spatial performance in a radial arm maze.)
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Fader AJ, Johnson PE, Dohanich GP. (1999) Estrogen improves working but not reference memory and prevents amnestic effects of scopolamine of a radial-arm maze. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 62: 711-7
Fader AJ, Hendricson AW, Dohanich GP. (1998) Estrogen improves performance of reinforced T-maze alternation and prevents the amnestic effects of scopolamine administered systemically or intrahippocampally. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 69: 225-40
Dohanich GP, Daniel JM, Fader AJ, et al. (1998) Sexual behavior of Flinders Line female rats bred for differential cholinergic sensitivities. Hormones and Behavior. 33: 77-84
Daniel JM, Fader AJ, Spencer AL, et al. (1997) Estrogen enhances performance of female rats during acquisition of a radial arm maze. Hormones and Behavior. 32: 217-25
Dohanich GP, Fader AJ, Javorsky DJ. (1994) Estrogen and estrogen-progesterone treatments counteract the effect of scopolamine on reinforced T-maze alternation in female rats. Behavioral Neuroscience. 108: 988-92
Dohanich GP, Ross SM, Francis TJ, et al. (1993) Effects of a muscarinic antagonist on various components of female sexual behavior in the rat. Behavioral Neuroscience. 107: 819-26
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