Peter C. Holland

Affiliations: 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
amygdala, learning
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Heather C. Lasseter research assistant Johns Hopkins
Felipe L. Schiffino grad student 2010- Johns Hopkins
Mark G. Baxter grad student 1994-1997 Duke
Javier  R. Morell grad student 1991-1998 Duke
Jeffrey A. Lamoureux grad student 1993-1998 Duke
David J. Bucci grad student 1994-1998 UNC Chapel Hill
Charles L. Pickens grad student 2001-2008 Johns Hopkins
Ezequiel M. Galarce grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Michael A. McDannald grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Jean-Marie N. Maddux grad student 2002-2009 Johns Hopkins
Stephen E. Chang grad student 2013 Johns Hopkins
Hongjoo Joanne Lee post-doc Johns Hopkins
Geoffrey Schoenbaum post-doc 1994-2003 Johns Hopkins
Gorica D. Petrovich post-doc 2000-2003
Thomas C. Jhou post-doc 2005-2008 Johns Hopkins
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Schiffino FL, Holland PC. (2016) Consolidation of altered associability information by amygdala central nucleus. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Schiffino FL, Holland PC. (2016) Secondary visual cortex is critical to the expression of surprise-induced enhancements in cue associability in rats. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Holland PC. (2016) Effects of Amygdala Lesions on Overexpectation Phenomena in Food Cup Approach and Autoshaping Procedures. Behavioral Neuroscience
Holland PC, Schiffino FL. (2016) Mini-Review: Prediction errors, attention and associative learning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Dailey MJ, Moran TH, Holland PC, et al. (2016) The antagonism of ghrelin alters the appetitive response to learned cues associated with food. Behavioural Brain Research. 303: 191-200
Asem JS, Schiffino FL, Holland PC. (2015) Dorsolateral striatum is critical for the expression of surprise-induced enhancements in cue associability. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 42: 2203-13
Asem JS, Holland PC. (2015) Dorsolateral striatum implicated in the acquisition, but not expression, of immediate response learning in rodent submerged T-maze. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 123: 205-16
Sherwood A, Holland PC, Adamantidis A, et al. (2015) Deletion of Melanin Concentrating Hormone Receptor-1 disrupts overeating in the presence of food cues. Physiology & Behavior
Esber GR, Torres-Tristani K, Holland PC. (2015) Amygdalo-striatal interaction in the enhancement of stimulus salience in associative learning. Behavioral Neuroscience. 129: 87-95
Holland PC. (2014) Stimuli associated with the cancellation of food and its cues enhance eating but display negative incentive value. Learning & Behavior. 42: 365-82
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