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The Journal of Neuroscience is the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. The Journal publishes papers on a broad range of topics of general interest to those working on the nervous system.
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Volume 29 (2009)Edit

Volume 28 (2008)Edit

Volume 27 (2007)Edit

Volume 26 (2006)Edit

  • Wiltgen B. J., Sanders M. J., Anagnostaras S.G., Sage J. R., Fanselow M. S. (2006). Context fear learning in the absence of the hippocampus. Journal of Neuroscience, 26, 5484-5491. Full text

Volume 25 (2005)Edit

Volume 24 (2004)Edit

  • Gale G. D., Anagnostaras S. G., Godsil B. P., Mitchell S., Nozawa T., Sage J. R., Wiltgen B., & Fanselow M. S. (2004). Role of the Basolateral Amygdala in the Storage of Fear Memories Across the Adult Lifetime of Rats. Journal of Neuroscience, 24, 3810-3815. Full text

Volume 23 (2003)Edit

Volume 22 (2002)Edit

Volume 21 (2001)Edit

Volume 20 (2000)Edit

Volume 19 (1999)Edit

  • Anagnostaras S. G., Maren S., & Fanselow M. S. (1999). Temporally-graded retrograde amnesia of contextual fear after hippocampal damage in rats: within-subjects examination. Journal of Neuroscience, 19, 1106-1114. Full text
  • Nargeot, R., Baxter, D.A., & Byrne, J.H. (1999). In Vitro Analog of Operant Conditioning in Aplysia. II. Modifications of the Functional Dynamics of an Identified Neuron Contribute to Motor Pattern Selection, The Journal of Neuroscience, 19 (6): 2261-2272.Full text

Volume 18 (1998)Edit

  • DeLorey T. M., Handforth A., Anagnostaras S. G., Homanics G. E., Minassian B. A., Astourian A., Fanselow M. S., Ellison G. D., Delgado-Escueta A., & Olsen R. W. (1998). Mice lacking the beta-3 subunit of the GABA-A receptor have the epilepsy phenotype and many of the behavioral characteristics of the Angelman syndrome. Journal of Neuroscience , 18, 8505-8514. Full text

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