Robert M. Benjamin

Affiliations: 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
gustatory system
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Benjamin RM, Golden GT. (1985) Extent and organization of opossum prefrontal cortex defined by anterograde and retrograde transport methods. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 238: 77-91
West CH, Benjamin RM. (1983) Effects of stimulation of the mediodorsal nucleus and its projection cortex on heart rate in the rabbit. Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System. 9: 547-57
Benjamin RM, Jackson JC, Golden GT, et al. (1982) Sources of olfactory inputs to opossum mediodorsal nucleus identified by horseradish peroxidase and autoradiographic methods. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 207: 358-68
West CH, Jackson JC, Benjamin RM. (1979) An autoradiographic study of subcortical forebrain projections from mediodorsal and adjacent midline thalamic nuclei in the rabbit. Neuroscience. 4: 1977-88
Benjamin RM, Jackson JC, Golden GT. (1978) Cortical projections of the thalamic mediodorsal nucleus in the rabbit. Brain Research. 141: 251-65
Jackson JC, Golden GT, Benjamin RM. (1977) The distribution of olfactory input in the opossum mediodorsal nucleus. Brain Research. 138: 229-40
Jackson JC, Benjamin RM. (1974) Unit discharges in the mediodorsal nucleus of the rabbit evoked by electrical stimulation of the olfactory bulb. Brain Research. 75: 193-201
Benjamin RM, Jackson JC. (1974) Unit discharges in the mediodorsal nucleus of the squirrel monkey evoked by electrical stimulation of the olfactory bulb. Brain Research. 75: 181-91
Burton H, Forbes DJ, Benjamin RM. (1970) Thalamic neurons responsive to temperature changes of glabrous hand and foot skin in squirrel monkey. Brain Research. 24: 179-90
Poulos DA, Benjamin RM. (1968) Response of thalamic neurons to thermal stimulation of the tongue. Journal of Neurophysiology. 31: 28-43
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