Robert P. Erickson

Duke University, Durham, NC 
taste, gustatory coding
"Robert Erickson"
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Carl Pfaffmann grad student 1958 Brown


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Gerard Heck grad student Duke
Thomas R. Scott grad student Duke
Ellen Covey grad student 1976-1980 Duke
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Erickson RP. (2008) A study of the science of taste: on the origins and influence of the core ideas. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 31: 59-75; discussion 75
Erickson RP. (2008) The pervasive core idea in taste is inadequate and misleading Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 31: 91-100
Simon SA, Liu L, Erickson RP. (2003) Neuropeptides modulate rat chorda tympani responses. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 284: R1494-505
Erickson RP. (2001) The evolution and implications of population and modular neural coding ideas. Progress in Brain Research. 130: 9-29
Liu L, Welch JM, Erickson RP, et al. (2000) Different responses to repeated applications of zingerone in behavioral studies, recordings from intact and cultured TG neurons, and from VR1 receptors. Physiology & Behavior. 69: 177-86
Ganchrow D, Erickson RP. (2000) Taste quality and intensity: lessons from the Morrison technique. Physiology & Behavior. 69: 121-33
Erickson RP. (2000) The evolution of neural coding ideas in the chemical senses. Physiology & Behavior. 69: 3-13
Dahl M, Erickson RP, Simon SA. (1997) Neural responses to bitter compounds in rats. Brain Research. 756: 22-34
Erickson RP, Woodbury MA, Doetsch GS. (1996) Distributed neural coding based on fuzzy logic Information Sciences. 95: 103-112
Wang Y, Erickson RP, Simon SA. (1995) Modulation of rat chorda tympani nerve activity by lingual nerve stimulation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 73: 1468-83
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