S Mizumori
S Mizumori
Professor of Psychology, University of Washington
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Chapter Comparison of spatial and temporal characteristics of neuronal activity in sequential stages of hippocampal processing
CA Barnes, BL McNaughton, SJY Mizumori, BW Leonard, LH Lin
Progress in brain research 83, 287-300, 1990
Directionally selective mnemonic properties of neurons in the lateral dorsal nucleus of the thalamus of rats
SJ Mizumori, JD Williams
Journal of Neuroscience 13 (9), 4015-4028, 1993
Disruption of NMDAR-dependent burst firing by dopamine neurons provides selective assessment of phasic dopamine-dependent behavior
LS Zweifel, JG Parker, CJ Lobb, A Rainwater, VZ Wall, JP Fadok, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 106 (18), 7281-7288, 2009
Hippocampal place cells, context, and episodic memory
DM Smith, SJY Mizumori
Hippocampus 16 (9), 716-729, 2006
Role of the dorsomedial striatum in behavioral flexibility for response and visual cue discrimination learning.
ME Ragozzino, KE Ragozzino, SJY Mizumori, RP Kesner
Behavioral neuroscience 116 (1), 105, 2002
Learning-related development of context-specific neuronal responses to places and events: the hippocampal role in context processing
DM Smith, SJY Mizumori
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (12), 3154-3163, 2006
Preserved spatial coding in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells during reversible suppression of CA3c output: evidence for pattern completion in hippocampus
SJ Mizumori, BL McNaughton, CA Barnes, KB Fox
Journal of Neuroscience 9 (11), 3915-3928, 1989
Activation of dopamine neurons is critical for aversive conditioning and prevention of generalized anxiety
LS Zweifel, JP Fadok, E Argilli, MG Garelick, GL Jones, TMK Dickerson, ...
Nature neuroscience 14 (5), 620-626, 2011
Cortical representation of motion during unrestrained spatial navigation in the rat
BL McNaughton, SJY Mizumori, CA Barnes, BJ Leonard, M Marquis, ...
Cerebral Cortex 4 (1), 27-39, 1994
Reversible inactivation of the medial septum differentially affects two forms of learning in rats
SJY Mizumori, GM Perez, MC Alvarado, CA Barnes, BL McNaughton
Brain research 528 (1), 12-20, 1990
Spatial, movement-and reward-sensitive discharge by medial ventral striatum neurons of rats
AM Lavoie, SJY Mizumori
Brain research 638 (1-2), 157-168, 1994
Temporary inactivation of the retrosplenial cortex causes a transient reorganization of spatial coding in the hippocampus
BG Cooper, SJY Mizumori
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (11), 3986-4001, 2001
Neurons in rat medial prefrontal cortex show anticipatory rate changes to predictable differential rewards in a spatial memory task
WE Pratt, SJY Mizumori
Behavioural brain research 123 (2), 165-183, 2001
A comparison of supramammillary and medial septal influences on hippocampal field potentials and single-unit activity
SJ Mizumori, BL Mcnaughton, CA Barnes
Journal of Neurophysiology 61 (1), 15-31, 1989
Parallel processing across neural systems: implications for a multiple memory system hypothesis
SJY Mizumori, O Yeshenko, KM Gill, DM Davis
Neurobiology of learning and memory 82 (3), 278-298, 2004
Finding your way in the dark: the retrosplenial cortex contributes to spatial memory and navigation without visual cues.
BG Cooper, TF Manka, SJY Mizumori
Behavioral neuroscience 115 (5), 1012, 2001
Excitotoxic septal lesions result in spatial memory deficits and altered flexibility of hippocampal single-unit representations
S Leutgeb, SJY Mizumori
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (15), 6661-6672, 1999
Retrosplenial cortex inactivation selectively impairs navigation in darkness
BG Cooper, SJY Mizumori
Neuroreport 10 (3), 625-630, 1999
Reversible inactivation of the lateral dorsal thalamus disrupts hippocampal place representation and impairs spatial learning
SJY Mizumori, DY Miya, KE Ward
Brain research 644 (1), 168-174, 1994
Differential effects of estrogen on hippocampal-and striatal-dependent learning
DM Davis, TK Jacobson, S Aliakbari, SJY Mizumori
Neurobiology of learning and memory 84 (2), 132-137, 2005
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