Harry M. Sinnamon

Affiliations: 
Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, United States 
Area:
hippocampus, locomotion
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Jonathan W. Mink research assistant 1978-1981 Wesleyan
David J. Bucci research assistant 1988-1990 Wesleyan
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Sinnamon HM. (2006) Decline in hippocampal theta activity during cessation of locomotor approach sequences: amplitude leads frequency and relates to instrumental behavior. Neuroscience. 140: 779-90
Sinnamon HM. (2005) Hippocampal theta activity and behavioral sequences in a reward-directed approach locomotor task. Hippocampus. 15: 518-34
Sinnamon HM. (2005) Hippocampal theta activity related to elicitation and inhibition of approach locomotion. Behavioural Brain Research. 160: 236-49
Sinnamon HM, Jassen AK, Vita LA. (2000) Brainstem regions with neuronal activity patterns correlated with priming of locomotor stepping in the anesthetized rat. Neuroscience. 99: 77-91
Sinnamon HM. (2000) Priming pattern determines the correlation between hippocampal theta activity and locomotor stepping elicited by stimulation in anesthetized rats. Neuroscience. 98: 459-70
Sinnamon HM, Jassen AK, Ilch C. (2000) Hippocampal theta activity and facilitated locomotor stepping produced by GABA injections in the midbrain raphe region. Behavioural Brain Research. 107: 93-103
Sinnamon HM, Karvosky ME, Ilch CP. (1999) Locomotion and head scanning initiated by hypothalamic stimulation are inversely related. Behavioural Brain Research. 99: 219-29
Sinnamon HM, Karvosky ME, Ilch CP. (1998) Locomotion and head scanning initiated by hypothalamic stimulation are inversely related. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 860: 560-2
Sinnamon HM, Polania LM. (1997) Coordination of neck and hindlimb extension during the initiation of locomotion elicited by hypothalamic stimulation. Behavioural Brain Research. 89: 289-95
Sinnamon HM, Benaur M. (1997) GABA injected into the anterior dorsal tegmentum (ADT) of the midbrain blocks stepping initiated by stimulation of the hypothalamus. Brain Research. 766: 271-5
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