Kristin Marie Scaplen

Brown University, Providence, RI 
learning, memory, entorhinal cortex, postrhinal cortex, hippocampal formation
"Kristin Marie Kerr" OR "Kristin M Kerr" OR "Kristin Marie Scaplen" OR "Kristin M Scaplen"

aka Kristin Marie Kerr

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James J. Chrobak research assistant 2003-2004 University of Connecticut
Karyn M. Frick research assistant 2004-2006 Yale
Rebecca D. Burwell grad student 2006-2011 Brown
Karla Kaun post-doc 2014-2020 Bryant University
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Scaplen KM, Kaun KR. (2023) Dopamine determines how reward overrides risk. Nature. 623: 258-259
Nuñez KM, Catalano JL, Scaplen KM, et al. (2023) Methods for Exploring the Circuit Basis of Ethanol-Induced Changes in Group Locomotor Activity. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols
Nuñez KM, Catalano JL, Scaplen KM, et al. (2023) Ethanol Behavioral Responses in . Cold Spring Harbor Protocols
Scaplen KM, Petruccelli E. (2021) Receptors and Channels Associated with Alcohol Use: Contributions from . Neuroscience Insights. 16: 26331055211007441
Scaplen KM, Talay M, Fisher JD, et al. (2021) Transsynaptic mapping of mushroom body output neurons. Elife. 10
Scaplen KM, Talay M, Nunez KM, et al. (2020) Circuits that encode and guide alcohol-associated preference. Elife. 9
Scaplen KM, Mei NJ, Bounds HA, et al. (2019) Automated real-time quantification of group locomotor activity in Drosophila melanogaster. Scientific Reports. 9: 4427
Scaplen KM, Ramesh RN, Nadvar N, et al. (2017) Inactivation of the Lateral Entorhinal Area Increases the Influence of Visual Cues on Hippocampal Place Cell Activity. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 11: 40
Scaplen KM, Kaun KR. (2016) Reward from bugs to bipeds: a comparative approach to understanding how reward circuits function. Journal of Neurogenetics. 30: 133-48
Scaplen KM, Gulati AA, Heimer-McGinn VL, et al. (2014) Objects and landmarks: hippocampal place cells respond differently to manipulations of visual cues depending on size, perspective, and experience. Hippocampus. 24: 1287-99
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