Edgar E. Coons

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
"Edgar Coons"
Mean distance: 12.61 (cluster 29)


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Neal E. Miller grad student 1964 Yale


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Paul W. Glimcher research assistant NYU
Kenneth Carr grad student NYU
Harvey Grill grad student Penn
Leslie Ungerleider grad student 1970 NYU


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Michael Palij collaborator 1991-2000 NYU
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Carden SE, Coons EE. (1990) Diazepam's impact on self-stimulation but not stimulation-escape suggests hedonic modulation. Behavioral Neuroscience. 104: 56-61
Carden SE, Coons EE. (1989) Diazepam modulates lateral hypothalamic self-stimulation but not stimulation-escape in rats. Brain Research. 483: 327-34
Miserendino MJ, Coons EE. (1989) Hedonic interactions of medial prefrontal cortex and nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis. Brain Research. 483: 233-50
Miserendino MJ, Coons EE. (1989) Electrical stimulation of the medial prefrontal cortex supports both 'pure reward' and 'reward-escape' behavior in rats. Brain Research. 483: 226-32
Simson PE, Coons EE. (1989) Lateral hypothalamic stimulation can augment or attenuate nucleus gigantocellularis escape: evidence for appetite-associated aversion amelioration. Behavioral Neuroscience. 103: 612-20
SCHNEIDER LH, KAPLAN JM, FELDMAN SM, et al. (1985) The Effects of Cholecystokinin Octapeptide and Proglumide on Electrically Elicited Eating Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 448: 633-635
Porrino LJ, Coons EE, MacGregor B. (1983) Two types of medial hypothalamic inhibition of lateral hypothalamic reward. Brain Research. 277: 269-82
Carr KD, Coons EE. (1982) Lateral hypothalamic stimulation gates nucleus gigantocellularis-induced aversion via a reward-independent process. Brain Research. 232: 293-316
Bodnar RJ, Ellman SJ, Steiner SS, et al. (1982) Intracranial self-stimulation: temporal interactions among mesencephalic and diencephalic sites. Physiology & Behavior. 28: 473-82
Carr KD, Coons EE. (1982) Rats self-administer nonrewarding brain stimulation to ameliorate aversion. Science (New York, N.Y.). 215: 1516-7
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