M. Christopher Newland

Auburn University, Auburn, AL, United States 
"M. Newland"
Mean distance: 14.82 (cluster 19)


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Jeremy J. Day research assistant Auburn University
Elizabeth J. Rahn research assistant 2004-2005 Auburn University
Julie Hicks Patric grad student West Virginia University
Erin B. Rasmussen grad student
Craig  W. Cummings grad student 2010- Auburn University (PsychTree)
Clyde W. Hodge grad student 1986-1991 Auburn
Jeffrey L. Langston grad student 2002 Auburn University
Tracy E. Zinn grad student 1997-2002 Auburn University (PsychTree)
Elliott M. Paletz grad student 1995-2004 Auburn University
Wendy Donlin Washington grad student 1997-2005 Auburn University
Kelly Marie Banna grad student 1999-2007 Auburn University
Miranda N. Reed grad student 2002-2007 Auburn University
John C. Heath grad student 2008 Auburn University
Erin Pesek Cotton grad student 2011 Auburn University
Josh E. Johnson grad student 2011 Auburn University (PsychTree)
Jordan M. Bailey grad student 2012 Auburn University
Andrew Nathanael Shen grad student 2011-2016 Auburn University
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Pope DA, Hutsell B, Newland MC. (2020) Baseline-dependency: How genotype and signaled delays influence amphetamine's effects on delay discounting. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 173070
Rasmussen EB, Newland MC, Hemmelman E. (2020) The Relevance of Operant Behavior in Conceptualizing the Psychological Well-Being of Captive Animals. Perspectives On Behavior Science. 43: 617-654
Kendricks DR, Boomhower SR, Newland MC. (2020) Methylmercury, attention, and memory: baseline-dependent effects of adult d-amphetamine and marginal effects of adolescent methylmercury. Neurotoxicology. 80: 130-139
Kendricks DR, Boomhower SR, Arnold MA, et al. (2020) Adolescent methylmercury exposure alters short-term remembering, but not sustained attention, in male Long-Evans rats. Neurotoxicology
Boomhower SR, Newland MC. (2019) Adolescent methylmercury exposure: Behavioral mechanisms and effects of sodium butyrate in mice. Neurotoxicology. 70: 33-40
Magoon MA, Critchfield TS, Merrill D, et al. (2017) Are positive and negative reinforcement "different"? Insights from a free-operant differential outcomes effect. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 107: 39-64
Shen AN, Cummings C, Hoffman D, et al. (2016) Aging, motor function, and sensitivity to calcium channel blockers: an investigation using chronic methylmercury exposure. Behavioural Brain Research
Shen AN, Cummings C, Pope D, et al. (2016) A bout analysis reveals age-related methylmercury neurotoxicity and nimodipine neuroprotection. Behavioural Brain Research
Hoffman DJ, Newland MC. (2016) A microstructural analysis distinguishes motor and motivational influences over voluntary running in animals chronically exposed to methylmercury and nimodipine. Neurotoxicology
Pope DA, Boomhower SR, Hutsell BA, et al. (2016) Chronic cocaine exposure in adolescence: Effects on spatial discrimination reversal, delay discounting, and performance on fixed-ratio schedules in mice. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 130: 93-104
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