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  1. 1. Donzis, E.J. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). D-cycloserine enhances both intrinsic excitability of CA1 hippocampal neurons and expression of activity-regulated cytoskeletal (Arc) protein. Neuroscience Letters, 571, 50-54.

  2. 2. Farmer, G.E. & McIntyre, C.K. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Transient learning-dependent intrinsic excitability changes in basolateral amygdala pyramidal neurons following inhibitory avoidance learning but not spatial learning. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, submitted.

  3. 3. Wilmott, L.A. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Dose-dependent facilitation of memory for an inhibitory avoidance task by nimodipine. Behavioural Pharmacology, submitted.

  4. 4. Donzis, E.J., Rennaker, R.L. & Thompson, L.T. (2013). Fear conditioning alters neuron-specific hippocampal place field stability via the basolateral amygdala. Brain Research, 1525, 16-25.

  5. 5. Wilmott, L.A. & Thompson, L.T. (2013). Sex- and dose-dependent effects of post-trial calcium channel blockade by magnesium chloride on memory for inhibitory avoidance conditioning. Behavioural Brain Research, 257, 49-53.

  6. 6.Underwood, E.L. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). A diet high in saturated fats alters intrinsic excitability of young hippocampal CA1 neurons and sex-dependent responses to insulin. Journal of Neuroscience, in preparation.

  7. 7. Lovitz, E.S., Bibb, J.A. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Regulation of spatial specificity encoded in hippocampal place cells by Cdk5. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, revisions in progress.

  8. 8. Thompson, L.T., Gant, J.C. & Farmer, G.E. (2014). Spatial learning and AHP plasticity in young and aging CA1 pyramidal neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, in preparation.

  9. 9. Kapolowicz, M.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Tinnitus-inducing noise exposure alters regional limbic biomarkers of neuronal excitation and inhibition. Hearing Research, in preparation.

  10. 10. Seif, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). D-cycloserine enhances intrinsic excitability of CA1 neurons in vitro: Assessing novel mechanism for nootropic effects.  Journal of Neurophysiology, in preparation.

  11. 11. Farmer, G.E., Goble, T.J., & Thompson, L.T. (2014). D-cycloserine enhances place-cell location-specificity in a novel manner. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, in preparation.

  12. 12.Thompson, L.T., Lea, P. & Wilmott, L.A. (2014). Aging strain-selective deficits in rat spatial learning depend on the definition of 'impaired'. Neurobiology of Aging, in preparation.

  13. 13. Lea, P., Maxham, K.Y., McColl, R. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Modern fiber optic solutions for artifact-free classical conditioning studies in magnetic resonance imaging environments. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, in preparation.

  14. 14. Lea, P., McColl, R., Basak, C. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Neural substrates of trace eyeblink conditioning across the human lifespan: Behavioral, volumetric and fMRI studies of normal and impaired trace eyeblink conditioning. Frontiers in Neuroscience, in preparation.

  15. 15. Thompson, L.T., Goble, T.J., Farmer, G.E., & Donzis, E.J. (2014). Stress alters hippocampal place-cell location specificity. Behavioral Neuroscience, in preparation.

  16. 16. Gant, J.C. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Calmodulin inhibitors enhance post-synaptic excitability in young and aging CA1 neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, in preparation.

  17. 17. Thompson, L.T. & Lea, P. (2014). D-cycloserine facilitates complex spatial learning in rats: Age- and dose-dependence of effects. Behavioral Neuroscience, in preparation.

  18. 18. Greer, T.L. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Associative eyeblink conditioning and aging: Cross-sectional analyses of deficits in discrimination and reveral learning. Behavioral Neuroscience, in revision.

  19. 19. Thompson, L.T., Gant, J.C., Velasco, R., & Vachha, B. (2014). Aging reverses complementary expression of CaM-KII and calcineurin immunoreactivity in rat hippocampus. Hippocampus, in preparation.

  20. 20. Disterhoft, J.F., Carrillo, M.C., Thompson, L.T., McNaughton, B., & Gabrielli, J. (2014). Nimodipine reverses impairments in eyeblink conditioning in the most impaired but clinically 'normal' aging humans. Psychobiology, in preparation.

  21. 21. Underwood, E.L. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Comparison of the effects of saturated vs. unsaturated fats on intrinsic excitability of young hippocampal CA1 neurons and sex-dependent responses to insulin. Journal of Neuroendoscience, in preparation.

  22. 22. Farmer, G.E. & Thompson, L.T. (2012). Learning-dependent plasticity of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neuron post-burst afterhyperpolarizations and increased excitability after inhibitory avoidance learning depend upon basolateral amygdala inputs. Hippocampus, 22, 1703-1719.

  23. 23. Goble, T.J., Moller, A. & Thompson, L.T. (2009). Acute high-intensity sound exposure alters responses of place cells in hippocampus. Hearing Research, 253, 52-59.

  24. 24. Greer, T.L., Trivedi, M.H. & Thompson, L.T. (2005). Impaired delay and trace eyeblink conditioning performance in major depressive disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 86, 235-245.

  25. 25. Moller, A.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2003). Central neuronal plasticity in tinnitus: Functional assessments in the inferior colliculus and the hippocampus. Tinnitus Today, 28, 21.

  26. 26.  Oh, M.M., Power, J.M., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (2000). Apamin increases the excitability of rabbit CA1 hippocampal pyramidal neurons. Neuroscience Research Communications, 27, 135-142.

  27. 27. Moyer, J.R., Power, J.M., Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (2000). Increased excitability of aged rabbit CA1 neurons after trace eyeblink conditioning. Journal of Neuroscience, 20, 5476-5482.

  28. 28. Oh, M.M., Power, J.M., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1999). Metrifonate reduces post-burst afterhyperpolarizations in aging CA1 neurons. Journal of Neuroscience, 19, 1814-1823.

  29. 29. Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1997). Age- and dose-dependent facilitation of associative eyeblink conditioning by D-cycloserine in rabbits. Behavioral Neuroscience, 111, 1303-1312.

  30. 30. Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1997). N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors in associative eyeblink conditioning: Both MK-801 and phencyclidine produce task- and dose-dependent impairments. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 281, 928-940.

  31. 31. Carrillo, M.C., Thompson, L.T., Gabrielli, J., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1997). Variation of the intertrial interval in human classical conditioning. Psychobiology, 25, 152-157.

  32. 32. Disterhoft, J.F., Kronforst-Collins, M.A., McEchron, M.D., Moyer, J.R., Power J.R. & Thompson, L.T. (1997). Mechanisms of associative learning in young and ageing hippocampus. Journal of Physiology (London), 501, S6-S7.

  33. 33. Power, J.M., Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1997). Enhanced synaptic transmission in CA1 hippocampus after eyeblink conditioning. Journal of Neurophysiology, 78, 1184-1187.

  34. 34. Kronforst-Collins, M.A., Moriearty, P.L., Ralph, M., Becker, R.E., Schmidt, B., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1997). Metrifonate treatment enhances acquisition of eyeblink conditioning in aging rabbits. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 56, 103-110.

  35. 35. Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1996). Trace eyeblink conditioning demonstrates heterogeneity of learning ability both between and within age groups. Neurobiology of Aging, 17, 619-629.

  36. 36. Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1996). Transient changes in excitability of rabbit CA3 neurons with a time-course appropriate to support memory consolidation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 76, 1836-1849.

  37. 37. Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1996). Trace eyeblink conditioning increases CA1 excitability in a transient and learning-specific manner. Journal of Neuroscience, 16, 5536-5546.

  38. 38. deJong, G.I., Naber, P.A., van der Zee, E.A., Thompson, L.T., Disterhoft, J.F., & Luiten, P.G.M. (1996). Age-related loss of calcium binding proteins in the rabbit hippocampus. Neurobiology of Aging, 17, 459-465.

  39. 39. Disterhoft, J.F., Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Mogul, D. (1996). Calcium-dependent afterhyperpolarization and learning in young and aging hippocampus. Life Sciences, 59, 413-420.

  40. 40. Disterhoft, J.F., Thompson, L.T., Weiss, C., Moyer, J.R., van der Zee, E., Carrillo, M., Kronforst-Collins, M., & Power, J. (1995). The calcium hypothesis for Alzheimer's disease: Insights from animal and human studies. Neuroscience Research Communications, 17, 121-131.

  41. 41. Disterhoft, J.F., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T. & Carrillo, M. (1995). Calcium hypothesis of neural protection by calcium antagonists. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 15, S55.

  42. 42. Disterhoft, J.F., Moyer, J.R. & Thompson, L.T. (1994). The calcium rationale in aging and Alzheimers disease: Evidence from an animal model of normal aging. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 747, 382-406.

  43. 43. Akase, E., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1994). A system for quantitative analysis of associative learning: 2. Real-time software for MS-DOS microcomputers. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 54, 119-130.

  44. 44. Thompson, L.T., Akase, E., Moyer, J.R. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1994). A system for quantitative analysis of associative learning: 1. Hardware interfaces with cross-species applications. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 54, 109-117.

  45. 45. Disterhoft, J.F., Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Kowalska, M. (1993). Nimodipine facilitates learning and increases excitability of hippocampal neurons in aging rabbits. Drugs in Development, 2, 395-405.

  46. 46. Disterhoft, J.F., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., & Kowalska, M. (1993). Functional aspects of calcium-channel modulation. Clinical Neuropharmacology, 16, S12-S24.

  47. 47. Thompson, L.T., Moskal, J.R., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1992). Hippocampus-dependent learning facilitated by a monoclonal antibody or D-cycloserine. Nature, 359, 638-641.

  48. 48. Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., Black, J.P., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1992). Nimodipine increases excitability of rabbit CA1 pyramidal neurons in an age- and concentration-dependent manner. Journal of Neurophysiology, 68, 2100-2109.

  49. 49. Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1992). Cellular mechanisms for nimodipine's reduction of aging-related learning deficits. Advances in Behavioral Biology, 40, 241-256.

  50. 50. Disterhoft, J.F., Deyo, R.A. & Thompson, L.T. (1992). Nimodipine improves learning and sensorimotor behaviors in aging mammals. Advances in Behavioral Biology, 40, 227-240.

  51. 51. Alkon, D.L., Amaral, D.G., Bear, M.F., Black, J., Carew, T.J., Cohen, N.J., Disterhoft, J.F., Eichenbaum, H., Golski, S., Gorman, L.K., Lynch, G., McNaughton, B.L., Mishkin, M., Moyer, J.R., Olds, J.L., Olton, D.S., Otto, T., Squire, L.R., Staubli, U., Thompson, L.T. & Wible, C.W. (1991). Learning and memory: Calcium-mediated changes in hippocampal neurons and learning. Brain Research Reviews, 16, 193-220.

  52. 52. Thompson, L.T., Deyo, R.A., & Disterhoft, J.F (1990). Nimodipine enhances spontaneous firing of hippocampal pyramidal cells in aging rabbits at a dose that facilitates associative learning. Brain Research, 535, 119-130.

  53. 53. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1990). Long-term stability of the place field activity of single-units recorded from the dorsal hippocampus of freely-behaving rats. Brain Research, 509, 299-308.

  54. 54. Best, P.J. & Thompson, L.T. (1989). Persistence, reticence, and opportunism of place field activity in hippocampal neurons. Psychobiology, 17, 230-235.

  55. 55. Disterhoft, J.F., Deyo, R.A., Moyer, J.R., Straube, K.T. & Thompson, L.T. (1989). Calcium blockers and memory in the aging brain. Cardiovascular Reviews & Reports, 10, 22-29.

  56. 56. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1989). Place cells and silent cells in the hippocampus of freely-behaving rats. Journal of Neuroscience, 9, 2382-2390.

  57. 57. Ellins, S.R., Thompson, L.T., & Swanson, W.E. (1983). Effects of novelty and familiarity on illness-induced aversions to food and place cues in coyotes (Canis latrans). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 97, 302-309.



BOOK CHAPTERS


  1. 1. Disterhoft, J.F., Kronforst, M.A., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., van der Zee, E. & Weiss, C. (1996). Hippocampal neuron changes during trace eyeblink conditioning in the rabbit. In J.R. Bloedel, T.J. Ebner, & S.P. Wide (Eds.), The acquisition of motor behavior in vertebrates. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 143-174.

  2. 2. Disterhoft, J.F., Thompson, L.T. & Moyer, J.R. (1994). Cellular mechanisms of associative learning in the hippocampus. In J. Delacour (Ed.), The memory systems in the brain. London: World Scientific Publishing, pp. 431-492.

  3. 3. Disterhoft, J.F., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T. & Kowalska, M. (1993). Nimodipine and learning in aging rabbits. In J. Traber (Ed.), Dihydropyridines: Progress in pharmacology and therapy. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 81-97.

  4. 4. Disterhoft, J.F., Deyo, R.A., Black, J., de Jonge, M., Straube, K. & Thompson, L.T. (1989). Associative learning in aging rabbits is facilitated by nimodipine. In W.H. Gispen & J. Traber (Eds.), Nimodipine and central nervous function. Stuttgart: Schattauer, pp. 209-225.

  5. 5. Disterhoft, J.F., Deyo, R.A., Thompson, L.T., Black, J.P. & Straube, K.T. (1989). "Effects of nimodipine on associative learning and neuronal activity in aging." Bayer workshop on pharmacology and clinical results with nimodipine. Bologna, Italy, pp. 104-111.




Unpublished theses


  1. 1. Thompson, L.T. (1983). Alpha enhancement: The effect of feedback modality in an EEG biofeedback paradigm. Presented as part of the requirements for an M.A. in Experimental Psychology, California State University, San Bernardino, California, under the guidance of Fred G. Newton, Ph.D.

  2. 2. Thompson, L.T. (1988). Hippocampal place cells: Silent, stable, and hungry. Presented as part of the requirements for a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, under the guidance of Phillip J. Best, Ph.D., Neuroscience Program Head.

 

Peer-reviewed Journals

Conference ABSTRACTS

  1. 1. Underwood, E.L. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). High energy diet alters intrinsic excitability of hippocampal CA1 neurons in a pre-diabetic model: Sex-differences. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, D.C.

  2. 2.Thompson, L.T. & Lovitz, E.S. (2014). Intra-amygdalar adrenergic signalling modulates emotional learning and plasticity of hippocampal intrinsic excitability. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, D.C.

  3. 3.Kapolowicz, M.R., Sedillo, J.I., Makkieh, M. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Tinnitus-inducing noise trauma and D-cycloserine alter amygdalo-hippocampal excitatory biomarkers. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, D.C.

  4. 4.Sedillo, J.I., Kapolowicz, M.R., Makkieh, M. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Evidence for multisystem plasticity in early stages of tinnitus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, D.C.

  5. 5.Underwood, E.L. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Sex-dependent intrinsic excitability: High-energy diet and insulin differentially regulate hippocampal neurons. Dallas Cognition & Neuroscience Research Conference, Richardson, TX.

  6. 6.Kapolowicz, M.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2014). Rapid changes in amygdalo-hippocampal protein expression early in induction of tinnitus by severe noise exposure. Dallas Cognition & Neuroscience Research Conference, Richardson, TX.

  7. 7.Underwood, E.L. & Thompson, L.T. (2013). High energy diet alters intrinsic excitability of young hippocampal CA1 neurons: Sex-dependent responses to insulin. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  8. 8. Kapolowicz, M.R., Kardosi, E.H., Alahmady, F.K., Sedillo, J.I. & Thompson, L.T. (2013). The effect of noise trauma on Arc and GAD expression in a rat model of tinnitus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  9. 9. Kapolowicz, M.R., Yan, S. & Thompson, L.T. (2013). Amydgalo-hippocampal plasticity in a rat model of tinnitus: implications for aging and Alzheimer's disease. Dallas Aging & Cognition Conference, Dallas, TX.

  10. 10. Farmer, G.E., Cross, S.M. & Thompson, L.T. (2012). Clenbutrol reduces AHPs of BLA and LA pyramidal neurons from naive but not inhibitory avoidance trained rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., New Orleans, LA.

  11. 11. Wilmott, L., Partin, A.C., Montgomery, M.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2012). Dequalinium facilitates acquisition of a win-shift spatial maze task and alters inhibitory avoidance retention. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., New Orleans, LA.

  12. 12. Donzis, E.J. & Thompson, L.T. (2012). BLA modulation of CA1 place field plasticity when an auditory CS is specifically paired with place cell firing. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., New Orleans, LA.

  13. 13. Underwood, E. & Thompson, L.T. (2012). Effects of insulin on CA1 pyramidal neurons in the trim vs. obese rat hippocampus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., New Orleans, LA.

  14. 14. Kapolowicz, M.R., Templet, S.B., Yan, S. & Thompson, L.T. (2012). Hippocampal place cells and interneurons in tinnitus: Time course of behavioral and single-unit plasticity. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., New Orleans, LA.

  15. 15. Lovitz, E.S., Ellis, J.P., Viera, E.D., Firman, A.S. & Thompson, L.T. (2012). Expression of novelty in the hippocampus: Reductions in post-burst AHPs of CA1 pyramidal neurons after single novel experiences. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., New Orleans, LA.

  16. 16. Farmer, G.E., Elhorr, F.N. & Thompson, L.T. (2011). Inactivation of the amygdala blocks learning dependent AHP plasticity in CA1 pyramidal cells. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  17. 17. Wayne, J.L., Templet, S.B., Partin, A.C., Lovitz, E.S. & Thompson, L.T. (2011). Dequalinium, an SK-channel blocker, dose-dependently enhances CA1 pyramidal neuron excitability and nootropically facilitates spatial learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  18. 18. Underwood, E., Farmer, G.E. & Thompson, L.T. (2011). Effects of insulin on CA1 pyramidal neurons in the rat hippocampus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  19. 19. Donzis, E.J., Rennaker, R. & Thompson, L.T. (2011). Interaction between basolateral complex of the amygdala and hippocampal CA1 in auditory fear conditioning effects on place cell activity. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  20. 20. Kapolowicz, M., Lek, S.J., Templet, S.B., Rennaker, R., & Thompson, L.T. (2011). Hippocampal place-cell plasticity and basolateral amygdala responses to auditory stimuli in a rat model of tinnitus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  21. 21. Donzis, E.J., White, J.J. & Thompson, L.T. (2010). Effects of auditory fear conditioned stimuli on hippocampal place cell activity in or out of the place field. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  22. 22. Underwood, E., Lovitz, A.M., Thompson, L.T., Lea P. & Templet, S. (2010). Effects of antioxidant compounds on the excitability of CA1 pyramidal neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  23. 23. Wilmott, L.A., Lea, P., Overzet, K. & Thompson, L.T. (2010). Chronic nootropic treatments alter protein expression in the hippocampus of aged rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  24. 24. Farmer, G.E., Hovitz, C.A.. & Thompson, L.T. (2010). AHP plasticity in the amygdala compared after inhibitory avoidance or spatial learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  25. 25. Lovitz, E.S., Farmer, G.E. & Thompson, L.T. (2010). Completing the circuit: Assessing excitability of subicular neurons in vitro. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  26. 26. Farmer, G.E., Bruckmann, K., Lovitz, A., McIntyre, C. & Thompson, L.T. (2009). Plasticity in amygdala pyramidal cell excitability after conditioned avoidance learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Chicago, IL.

  27. 27. Wilmott, L. & Thompson, L.T. (2009). Excitability increases in hippocampal pyramidal but not granule neurons after inhibitory avoidance learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Chicago, IL.

  28. 28. Donzis, E. & Thompson, L.T. (2009). Learning-specific neural plasticity: Generalized or discrete? Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Chicago, IL.

  29. 29. Lovitz, E.S., White, J., Bibb, J.A. & Thompson, L.T. (2009). Hippocampal place cell activity assessed in different environments in conditional Cdk5 knockout mice. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Chicago, IL.

  30. 30. Thompson, L.T. & Lea, P. (2008). Nootropic effects of Microhydrin and other antioxidants on spatial-learning and psychomotor performance in young and aging rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  31. 31. Lovitz, E.S., Jones, J.R., Farmer, G.E., Savage, A.M., Bibb, J.A. & Thompson, L.T. (2008). Altered hippocampal place cell activity in conditional Cdk5 knockout mice. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  32. 32. Farmer, G.E., McIntyre, C., Bruckmann, K.M. & Thompson, L.T. (2008). Plasticity in excitability of CA1 and CA3 pyramidal cells after conditioned avoidance learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  33. 33. Donzis, E., Willmot, L. & Thompson, L.T. (2008). Molecular mechanisms of DCS induced changes in hippocampal neuron excitability. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  34. 34. Lea, P., McColl, R., Maxham, K.Y., & Thompson, L.T. (2008). Functional MRI comparisons of ROIs assessed with different analytical software packages during trace eyeblink conditioning in young and aging subjects. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington, DC.

  35. 35. Thompson, L.T., Lea, P. & Farmer, G.E. (2007). Nootropic effects of Anoxin and other antioxidants on spatial-learning and hippocampal place cell activity in young and aging rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  36. 36. Seif, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2007). Novel dose-dependent effects of D-cycloserine on post-burst afterhyperpolarizations of CA1 hippocampal pyramidal neurons in vitro: A consistent hypothesis for nootropic effects. Soc. Neurosci. Abtr., San Diego, CA.

  37. 37. Goble, T.J., Farmer, G.E., Lovitz, E.S. & Thompson, L.T. (2007). Corticosterone dose-dependently alters hippocampal place-field stability in a fixed spatial environment: Comparison to noise exposure and physical restraint. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  38. 38. Farmer, G.E., Goble, T.J. & Thompson, L.T. (2007). Glutamate receptor modulation mediates reducitons in place cell activity but increases location specificity. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., San Diego, CA.

  39. 39. Thompson, L.T., Goble, T.J. Farmer, G.E. & Ippolito, C.R. (2006). D-cycloserine enhances location specificity of hippocampal place-cells by enhancing theta-cell and suppressing complex-spike cell firing. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Atlanta, GA.

  40. 40. Farmer, G.E., Goble, T.J., Ippolito, C.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2006). Group I metabotropic glutamate receptors alter hippocampal place-field activity in freely behaving rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Atlanta, GA.

  41. 41. Goble, T.J., Farmer, G.E., Ippolito, C.R, Moller, A.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2006). The effects of stress on hippocampal place-fields in a fixed environment: A comparison of physical restraint or dexamethasone to noise exposure. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Atlanta, GA.

  42. 42. Seif, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2006). D-cycloserine enhances excitability of hippocampal pyramidal neurons in a novel manner: Evidence for glycine-site saturation. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Atlanta, GA.

  43. 43. Bui, H., Shif, Y., Vavrak, P. & Thompson, L.T. (2006). Differential effects of Ca2+ channel blockers and Ca2+ buffering on currents underlying the late AHP in CA1 hippocampal neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Atlanta, GA.

  44. 44. Gibbons, G.B., Gibbons, J.F. & Thompson, L.T. (2006). Changes in NR2A/NR2B expression and distribution associated with chronic D-cycloserine treatment in vivo. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Atlanta, GA.

  45. 45. Lea, P., McColl, R., Maxham, K.Y. & Thompson, L.T. (2006). BOLD changes in cerebellum and hippocampus during pseudo- and trace-eyeblink conditioning in adult humans. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Atlanta, GA.

  46. 46. Thompson, L.T. (2005). Plasticity of post-synaptic intrinsic excitability in hippocampus: Conserved learning and memory mechanism impaired in normal aging. NIH/NIA Neurological & Gerontological Advisory Council, Bethesda, MD.

  47. 47. Thompson, L.T., Frank, J., Goble, T.J. & Farmer, G.E. (2005). D-cycloserine enhances location-specificity of hippocampal place-cells. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington DC.

  48. 48. Goble, T.J., Frank, J.R., Farmer, G.E., Moller, A.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2005). Stress- and noise-induced plasticity of hippocampal place-fields in a fixed environment. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington DC.

  49. 49. Williford, C. & Thompson, L.T. (2005). Insulin enhances excitability of CA1 pyramidal neurons in vitro. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington DC.

  50. 50. Seif, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2005). D-cycloserine increases hippocampal excitability. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington DC.

  51. 51. Bui, H., Patel, A. & Thompson, L.T. (2005). Effects of dequalinium on currents underlying the late AHP in CA1 hippocampal neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, Washington DC.

  52. 52. Lea, P., McColl, R., Maxham, K.Y. & Thompson, L.T. (2005). BOLD signal changes in the hippocampus and cerebellum during trace eyeblink conditioning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., Washington DC.

  53. 53. Seif, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2004). D-cycloserine enhances CA1 neuronal excitability in vitro. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 30, 301.

  54. 54. Goble, T.J., Farmer, G.E., Frank, J., Moller, A.R. & Thompson, L.T. (2004). Acute noise exposure alters hippocampal place-fields: Evidence for extralemniscal sensory pathway plasticity. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 30, 303.

  55. 55. Thompson, L.T. & Gant, J.C. (2003). Learning-specific reduction of CA1 neuron AHPs in rat spatial learning: Aging-specific effects. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 29, 719.

  56. 56. Bui, W. & Thompson, L.T. (2003). Altering neuronal excitability in vitro, testing in vivo: A protocol to test treatments improving learning and memory. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 29, 720.

  57. 57. Lea, P., McColl, R., Maxham, K.Y. & Thompson, L.T. (2003). Linking eyeblink conditioning deficits to age-specific changes in regional blood flow using fMRI. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 29, 731.

  58. 58. Greer, T., Trivedi, M. & Thompson, L.T. (2003). Automatic processing deficits found in absence of effortful processing deficits in clinical depression. Clin. Neuropsych. Soc. Abst. 55, 400.

  59. 59. Gant, C., & Thompson, L.T. (2002). Calmodulin-mediated neuronal excitability, calmodulin protein expression, and learning in the aging hippocampus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 28, 333.

  60. 60. Bui, W. & Thompson, L.T. (2002). Age- and strain-dependent heterogeneity in acquisition of a forced-choice long-delay win-stay spatial-learning maze task. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 28, 333.

  61. 61. Lea, P., McColl, R., Maxham, K.Y. & Thompson, L.T. (2002). Optimizing signal detection in event related fMRI during eyeblink onditioning: Differential age-, stimulus-, and associative-learning dependent changes in BOLD signals. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 28, 414.

  62. 62. Greer, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2002). Clinical depression impairs performance on both delay and trace eyeblink conditioning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 28, 845.

  63. 63. Gant, C., & Thompson, L.T. (2001). Calmodulin influences neural excitability through interaction with SK channels in hippocampal CA1 neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 27, 1023.

  64. 64. Lea, P., McColl, R., Maxham, K.Y. & Thompson, L.T. (2001). Event related fMRI during eyeblink conditioning: Differential age-, stimulus-, and associative-learning dependent changes in BOLD signals. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 27, 94.

  65. 65. Greer, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2001). The use of eyeblink conditioning to elicit latent inhibition in depressed and nondepressed individuals. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 27, 95.

  66. 66. Thompson, L.T., Gant, C., & Lea, P. (2000). Postsynaptic plasticity in young and aging rat CA1 neurons and spatial learning: Further emphasis on accommodation. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 26, 18.

  67. 67. Gant, C. & Thompson, L.T. (2000). Calmodulin mediated plasticity in rat CA1 neurons following spatial learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 26, 18.

  68. 68. Lea, P., McColl, R., Maxham, K.Y. & Thompson, L.T. (2000). Aging and event related fMRI during eyeblink onditioning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 26, 984.

  69. 69. Greer, T. & Thompson, L.T. (2000). Multiple eyeblink conditioning tasks in both aging & cognitively impaired individuals. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 26, 984.

  70. 70. Thompson, L.T. (2000). Age-associated alterations in hippocampal neurons and learning: Roles for calmodulin?" Spring Hippocampal Research Conference, 7: Grand Cayman, BWI.

  71. 71. Greer, T.L. & Thompson, L.T. (1999). Depression and memory: Eyeblink conditioning and studies with depressed individuals. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 25, 839.

  72. 72. Gant, C., Glasier, C., Lea, P., Wood, J.G. & Thompson, L.T. (1999). Age-dependent changes in Ca2+-mediated excitability in rat CA1 neurons correlate with changes in radial arm maze learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25, 356.

  73. 73. Vachha, B., Velasco, R., Boonpattrawong, M. & Thompson, L.T. (1999). Aging alters CaM-KII and calcineurin immunoreactivity in rat hippocampus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25, 356.

  74. 74. Greer, T.L. & Thompson, L.T. (1998). Converging models: Correlating human eyeblink conditioning performance with neuropsychological measures. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24, 163.

  75. 75. Thompson, L.T. (1998). D-cycloserine and spatial maze learning by young and aging rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24, 2122.

  76. 76. Oh, M.M., Power, J.M., Thompson, L.T., Moriearty, P.L., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1998). Metrifonate increases CA1 neuronal excitability. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24, 1335.

  77. 77. Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1997). Age- and dose-dependent facilitation of associative eyeblink conditioning by D-cycloserine. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23, 218.

  78. 78. Oh, M.M., Power, J.M., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1997). Apamin decreases the afterhyperpolarization in rabbit CA1 neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23, 1745.

  79. 79. Kronforst, M.A., Moriearty, P.L., Ralphs, M., Becker, R.E., Schmidt, B., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1995). Facilitation of learning in the aging rabbit after chronic metrifonate treatment. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21, 196.

  80. 80. Power, J.M., Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1995). Increased synaptic responsiveness between CA3 and CA1 after trace eyeblink conditioning recorded in vitro. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21, 1931.

  81. 81. Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1995). Rabbits demonstrate age-dependent heterogeneity of learning ability in trace eyeblink conditioning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21, 196.

  82. 82. Carillo, M., Thompson, L.T., Gabrielli, J.D.E., Naughton, B.J., Heller, A. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1994). Nimodipine enhances trace eyeblink conditioning in aging humans. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. , 20, 387.

  83. 83. Disterhoft, J.F., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., Cutting, F.B., & Power, J.M. (1994). In vitro analyses of aging-related learning deficits. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20.

  84. 84. Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1994). The hippocampus as an intermediate storage buffer after associative learning: In vitro evidence from rabbit CA1. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20, 796.

  85. 85. Power, J.M., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., dal Canto, M.C. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1994). Trace eyeblink conditioning increases synaptic efficacy between CA3 and CA1 in vitro. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20, 796.

  86. 86. Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1994). Partial agonists of the glycine site on the NMDA receptor facilitate eyeblink conditioning in aging rabbits. Annual Winter Conference on Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, Park City, UT.

  87. 87. Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1994). Learning (not performance or memory) increases in vitro excitability of hippocampal CA3 neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 20, 796.

  88. 88. Carrillo, M.C., Thompson, L.T., Naughton, B., Gabrieli, J. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1993). Aging impairs trace eyeblink conditioning in humans independent of changes in the unconditioned response. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19, 386.

  89. 89. Disterhoft, J.F., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T. & Kowalska, M. (1993). Calcium and brain aging: Behavioural aspects. Second Camillo Golgi Conference on Neuroscience, Ponte di Legno, Italy.

  90. 90. Disterhoft, J.F., Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T. & Kowalska, M. (1993). Calcium and learning in aging brain. Fifth Winter Conference on Neural Plasticity, St. Lucia.

  91. 91. Disterhoft, J.F., Thompson, L.T. & Moyer, J.R. (1993). The role of neuronal calcium in aging-related learning impairments. The calcium hypothesis of aging and dementia, National Inst. of Aging Symposium, NIH, Bethesda, MD.

  92. 92. Disterhoft, J.F., Thompson, L.T., Halperin, G.I. & Lanthorn, T. (1993). D-cycloserine enhances hippocampally-dependent eyeblink conditioning in aging as well as young rabbits. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19, 1009.

  93. 93. Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1993). Hippocampally-dependent trace eyeblink conditioning increases excitability of rabbit CA1 neurons in vitro. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19, 801.

  94. 94. Naber, P.A., Thompson, L.T., Luiten, P.G.M. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1993). Age-related expression of calbindin D-28K and parvalbumin immunoreactivity in the rabbit hippocampus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19, 388.

  95. 95. Thompson, L.T., Moyer, J.R., Trommer, B. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1993). Hippocampally-dependent eyeblink conditioning also increases excitability of rabbit CA3 neurons in vitro. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 19, 801.

  96. 96. Thompson, L.T. (1993). Hippocampal NMDA receptors and associative eyeblink conditioning. Midwestern Hippocampal Society, 3: Chicago, IL.

  97. 97. Carrillo, M.C., Thompson, L.T., Gabrielli, J. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1992). Delay eyeblink conditioning at short intertrial intervals in humans. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 18, 200.

  98. 98. Disterhoft, J.F. & Thompson, L.T. (1992). Aging, calcium, NMDA receptors, and learning in rabbits. European Science Foundation conference on neural mechanisms of learning and memory. Limerick, Ireland.

  99. 99. Thompson, L.T., Dubocovich, M. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1992). Quantitative autoradiography of enhanced [3H]MK-801 binding in trace conditioned hippocampus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 18, 1218.

  100. 100. Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1992). NMDA receptors and associative learning: Daily MK-801 treatment severely impairs acquisition of trace eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. Fifth Conference on the Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, Irvine, CA.

  101. 101. Disterhoft, J.F., Conroy, S.W., Thompson, L.T., McNaughton, B.J. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (1991). Age affects eyeblink conditioning and response discrimination in humans. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17, 476.

  102. 102. Moyer, J.R., Thompson, L.T., Black, J. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1991). Nimodipine increases excitability of CA1 neurons in aging rabbits. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17, 1101.

  103. 103. Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1991). Effects of nimodipine on information processing and hippocampal neuronal activity. VIIIth Pan American Congress of Neurology, Montevideo, Uruguay.

  104. 104. Thompson, L.T. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1991). The NMDA receptor/channel complex and associative learning: Opposite effects of PCP and D-cycloserine. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 17, 486.

  105. 105. Disterhoft, J.F., Thompson, L.T., Conroy, S.W. & Moskal, J.R. (1990). A monoclonal antibody facilitates associative learning in rabbits. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16, 264.

  106. 106. Thompson, L.T., Murphy, S.N., Brown, S.G., Luchins, D.J., & Disterhoft, J.F. (1990). Associative learning enhances [3H]MK-801 binding in rabbit hippocampus. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16, 263.

  107. 107. Disterhoft, J.F., Deyo, R.A., Thompson, L.T., Black, J.P. & Straube, K.T. (1989). Effects of nimodipine on associative learning and neuronal activity in aging. Bayer workshop on pharmacology and clinical results with nimodipine. Bologna, Italy.

  108. 108. Thompson, L.T., Deyo, R.A. & Disterhoft, J.F. (1989). Effects of nimodipine & other Ca2+ channel agents on the activity of single hippocampal pyramidal cells and closely associated interneurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 15, 261.

  109. 109. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1988). Hippocampal place cell to silent cell ratios in freely-behaving rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14, 126.

  110. 110. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1988). Place cells surrounded by silent neurons in the dorsal hippocampus of freely-behaving rats. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory meeting, Irvine, CA.

  111. 111. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1987). Hippocampal place cells at work and at rest: A 2-deoxyglucose autoradiographic study of hippocampal circuit functions. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 13, 1316.

  112. 112. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1986). Hippocampal place cells: Classifications, clarifications, and manipulations. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 12, 1211.

  113. 113. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1985). The significance of place cues in taste conditioning. Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

  114. 114. Thompson, L.T., Kapur, J., Lacey, P.N., Salerno, R.A. & Best, P.J. (1985). Silent hippocampal pyramidal cells in awake freely-behaving rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 11, 1232.

  115. 115.  Best, P.J. & Thompson, L.T. (1984). Hippocampal cells which have place field activity also show changes in activity during classical conditioning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 10, 125.

  116. 116. Thompson, L.T. & Best, P.J. (1984). Auditory fear conditioning alters hippocampal place cell activity: Learning-dependent plasticity in freely-behaving rats. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory meeting, Irvine, CA.

  117. 117. Thompson, L.T. & Newton, F.J. (1983). A comparison of tactile, auditory, and visual modality feedback for EEG alpha enhancement. Biofeedback Society of America, 11, 220.

  118. 118. Thompson, L.T. & Newton, F.J. (1983). Differential effects of auditory, tactile, and visual feedback modalities on alpha EEG production. Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.