Allan Schneider

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
"Allan Schneider"
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Jonathan Seth Adelstein research assistant 2002- Swarthmore
Emily Wilkins Clark research assistant 1997-2001 Swarthmore
Amy M. Spiegel research assistant 2003-2007 Swarthmore
Victor Gomes research assistant 2013-2017 Swarthmore (LinguisTree)
Bruce S. Kapp grad student NYU
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Schneider AM, Simson PE, Daimon CM, et al. (2014) Stress-dependent opioid and adrenergic modulation of newly retrieved fear memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 109: 1-6
Schneider AM, Simson PE, Atapattu RK, et al. (2011) Stress-dependent impairment of passive-avoidance memory by propranolol or naloxone. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 98: 539-43
Schneider AM, Simson PE, Spiller K, et al. (2009) Stress-dependent enhancement and impairment of retention by naloxone: evidence for an endogenous opioid-based modulatory system protective of memory. Behavioural Brain Research. 205: 290-3
Schneider AM, Simson PE. (2007) NAN-190 potentiates the impairment of retention produced by swim stress. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 87: 73-80
Doppman JL, Krudy AG, Marx SJ, et al. (1983) Aspiration of enlarged parathyroid glands for parathyroid hormone assay. Radiology. 148: 31-5
Kapp BS, Schneider AM. (1971) Selective recovery from retrograde amnesia produced by hippocampal spreading depression. Science (New York, N.Y.). 173: 1149-51
Schneider AM, Kapp BS, Sherman WM. (1970) The effects of centrally and peripherally acting cholinergic drugs on the short-term performance gradient following passive-avoidance training. Psychopharmacologia. 18: 77-81
Schneider AM, Kapp B, Aron C, et al. (1969) Retroactive effects of transcorneal and transpinnate ECS on step-through latencies of mice and rats Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 69: 506-509
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