W Alden Spencer

Columbia University, New York, NY 
Sensory systems
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Spencer WA. (2011) The Physiology of Supraspinal Neurons in Mammals Comprehensive Physiology. 969-1021
Martin JH, Spencer WA. (1985) Mechanoreceptive submodality channel interactions: single unit analysis of afferent inhibition in the primary somatosensory cortex of the cat. Brain Research. 327: 279-88
Martin JH, Zambelli A, Bando T, et al. (1985) Mechanoreceptive submodality channel interactions: psychophysical observations on differential activation of flutter and vibration. Brain Research. 327: 269-77
Ayala GF, Dichter M, Gumnit RJ, et al. (1973) Genesis of epileptic interictal spikes. New knowledge of cortical feedback systems suggests a neurophysiological explanation of brief paroxysms. Brain Research. 52: 1-17
Iwamura Y, Gardner EP, Spencer WA. (1972) Geometry of the ventrobasal complex: functional significance in skin sensation. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 6: 185-202
Gardner EP, Spencer WA. (1972) Sensory funneling. II. Cortical neuronal representation of patterned cutaneous stimuli. Journal of Neurophysiology. 35: 954-77
Gardner EP, Spencer WA. (1972) Sensory funneling. I. Psychophysical observations of human subjects and responses of cutaneous mechanoreceptive afferents in the cat to patterned skin stimuli. Journal of Neurophysiology. 35: 925-53
Lebovitz RM, Dichter M, Spencer WA. (1971) Recurrent excitation in the CA3 region of cat hippocampus. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 2: 99-107
Selzer M, Spencer WA. (1969) Interactions between visceral and cutaneous afferents in the spinal cord: reciprocal primary afferent fiber depolarization. Brain Research. 14: 349-66
Selzer M, Spencer WA. (1969) Convergence of visceral and cutaneous afferent pathways in the lumbar spinal cord. Brain Research. 14: 331-48
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