Edward Christian

1983 Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, United States 
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Farley BJ, Quirk MC, Doherty JJ, et al. (2010) Stimulus-specific adaptation in auditory cortex is an NMDA-independent process distinct from the sensory novelty encoded by the mismatch negativity. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 16475-84
Gribkoff VK, Christian EP, Robinson JH, et al. (1988) Cholinergic excitation of supraoptic neurons in hypothalamic slices of rat. Neuropharmacology. 27: 721-7
Christian EP, Weinreich D. (1988) Long-duration spike afterhyperpolarizations in neurons from the guinea pig superior cervical ganglion. Neuroscience Letters. 84: 191-6
Foster TC, Christian EP, Hampson RE, et al. (1987) Sequential dependencies regulate sensory evoked responses of single units in the rat hippocampus. Brain Research. 408: 86-96
Christian EP, Deadwyler SA. (1986) Behavioral functions and hippocampal cell types: evidence for two nonoverlapping populations in the rat. Journal of Neurophysiology. 55: 331-48
Deadwyler SA, West MO, Christian EP, et al. (1985) Sequence-related changes in sensory-evoked potentials in the dentate gyrus: a mechanism for item-specific short-term information storage in the hippocampus. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 44: 201-12
Christian EP, West MO, Deadwyler SA. (1985) Opiates and opioid peptides modify sensory evoked potentials and synaptic excitability in the rat dentate gyrus. Neuropharmacology. 24: 607-15
West MO, Christian E, Robinson JH, et al. (1982) Evoked potentials in the dentate gyrus reflect the retention of past sensory events. Neuroscience Letters. 28: 319-24
West MO, Christian E, Robinson JH, et al. (1981) Dentate granule cell discharge during conditioning. Relation to movement and theta rhythm. Experimental Brain Research. 44: 287-94
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