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Thomas M. Fischer

Affiliations: 
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Area:
Learning and Memory, Invertebrate Neuroscience
Website:
http://www.psych.wayne.edu/people/facultypages/fischer.htm
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Fischer TM, Jacobson DA, Demorest-Hayes K. (2014) Network processes involved in the mediation of short-term habituation in Aplysia: contribution of intrinsic regulation of excitability and synaptic augmentation. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 8: 15
Fischer TM, Jacobson DA, Counsell AN, et al. (2011) Regulation of low-threshold afferent activity may contribute to short-term habituation in Aplysia californica. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 95: 248-59
Calin-Jageman RJ, Fischer TM. (2007) Behavioral adaptation of the Aplysia siphon-withdrawal response is accompanied by sensory adaptation. Behavioral Neuroscience. 121: 200-11
Calin-Jageman RJ, Fischer TM. (2003) Synaptic augmentation contributes to environment-driven regulation of the aplysia siphon-withdrawal reflex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 23: 11611-20
Calin-Jageman RJ, Fischer TM. (2003) Temporal and spatial aspects of an environmental stimulus influence the dynamics of behavioral regulation of the Aplysia siphon-withdrawal response. Behavioral Neuroscience. 117: 555-65
Bristol AS, Fischer TM, Carew TJ. (2001) Combined effects of intrinsic facilitation and modulatory inhibition of identified interneurons in the siphon withdrawal circuitry of Aplysia. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 21: 8990-9000
Schaffhausen JH, Fischer TM, Carew TJ. (2001) Contribution of postsynaptic Ca2+ to the induction of post-tetanic potentiation in the neural circuit for siphon withdrawal in Aplysia. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 21: 1739-49
Fischer TM, Yuan JW, Carew TJ. (2000) Dynamic regulation of the siphon withdrawal reflex of Aplysia californica in response to changes in the ambient tactile environment. Behavioral Neuroscience. 114: 1209-22
Fischer TM, Blazis DE, Priver NA, et al. (1997) Metaplasticity at identified inhibitory synapses in Aplysia. Nature. 389: 860-5
Fischer TM, Zucker RS, Carew TJ. (1997) Activity-dependent potentiation of synaptic transmission from L30 inhibitory interneurons of aplysia depends on residual presynaptic Ca2+ but not on postsynaptic Ca2+. Journal of Neurophysiology. 78: 2061-71
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