Sukwon Lee, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea 
 Department of Neural Disease Korea Brain Research Institute 
Area:
fear memory modulation
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Lee S, Kim J, Choi S. (2018) Endogenous amyloid-β mediates memory forgetting in the normal brain. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
Choi MJ, Kim SH, Lee S, et al. (2017) Toward Predicting Social Support Needs in Online Health Social Networks. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 19: e272
An B, Kim J, Park K, et al. (2017) Amount of fear extinction changes its underlying mechanisms. Elife. 6
Lee S, Kim SH, Kwon BC. (2017) VLAT: Development of a Visualization Literacy Assessment Test. Ieee Transactions On Visualization and Computer Graphics. 23: 551-560
Huh J, Kwon BC, Kim SH, et al. (2016) Personas In Online Health Communities. Journal of Biomedical Informatics
Park S, Lee J, Park K, et al. (2016) Sound tuning of amygdala plasticity in auditory fear conditioning. Scientific Reports. 6: 31069
Kwon BC, Kim SH, Lee S, et al. (2016) VisOHC: Designing Visual Analytics for Online Health Communities. Ieee Transactions On Visualization and Computer Graphics. 22: 71-80
Lee S, Kim SH, Hung YH, et al. (2016) How do People Make Sense of Unfamiliar Visualizations?: A Grounded Model of Novice's Information Visualization Sensemaking. Ieee Transactions On Visualization and Computer Graphics. 22: 499-508
Kim J, An B, Kim J, et al. (2015) mGluR2/3 in the Lateral Amygdala is Required for Fear Extinction: Cortical Input Synapses onto the Lateral Amygdala as a Target Site of the mGluR2/3 Action. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Park K, Song S, Hong I, et al. (2014) Group I mGluR-dependent depotentiation in the lateral amygdala does not require the removal of calcium-permeable AMPA receptors. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 8: 269
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