Douglas G. Wallace

Affiliations: 
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, United States 
Area:
Spatial navigation, hippocampus,
Website:
http://www.niu.edu/user/tj0dgw1/
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Stephen B. Fountain grad student 1998-2000 Kent State
 (Stimulus control of serial behavior in three -level hierarchical sequences.)
Ian Whishaw post-doc The University of Lethbridge
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Blackwell AA, Fesshaye A, Tidmore A, et al. (2022) Rapid loss of fine motor skills after low dose space radiation exposure. Behavioural Brain Research. 113907
Osterlund Oltmanns JR, Lipton MH, Adamczyk N, et al. (2021) Organization of exploratory behavior under dark conditions in female and male rats. Behavioural Processes. 104437
Blackwell AA, Schell BD, Osterlund Oltmanns JR, et al. (2020) Skilled movement and posture deficits in rat string-pulling behavior following low dose space radiation (Si) exposure. Behavioural Brain Research. 113010
Blackwell AA, Wallace DG. (2020) Effects of string length on the organization of rat string-pulling behavior. Animal Cognition. 23: 415-425
Singh S, Mandziak A, Barr K, et al. (2019) Human string-pulling with and without a string: movement, sensory control, and memory. Experimental Brain Research
Donaldson TN, Jennings KT, Cherep LA, et al. (2019) Progression and stop organization reveals conservation of movement organization during dark exploration across rats and mice. Behavioural Processes
Blankenship PA, Normann M, Donaldson T, et al. (2018) Making waves: Comparing Morris water task performance in rats and prairie voles. Behavioural Brain Research
Dudchenko PA, Wallace D. (2018) Neuroethology of spatial cognition. Current Biology : Cb. 28: R988-R992
Blackwell AA, Banovetz M, Qandeel, et al. (2018) The Structure of Arm and Hand Movements in a Spontaneous and Food Rewarded On-line String-Pulling Task by the Mouse. Behavioural Brain Research
Blackwell AA, Köppen JR, Whishaw IQ, et al. (2018) String-pulling for food by the rat: Assessment of movement, topography and kinematics of a bilaterally skilled forelimb act Learning and Motivation. 61: 63-73
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