Pamela Coburn-Litvak: Publications

Refereed Papers

  1. Powers A, Coburn-Litvak PS, Evinger L (2010) A Conditioned Eyelid Movement is not a Blink.  Journal of Neurophsyiology 103(2):641-647
  2. Coburn-Litvak PS, Tata DA, Gorby HE, McCloskey DP, Richardson G, Anderson BJ (2004) Chronic corticosterone affects brain weight, and mitochondrial, but not glial volume fraction in area CA3. Neuroscience 124:429-436
  3. Coburn-Litvak PS, Pothakos K, Tata DA, McCloskey DP, Anderson BJ (2003) Chronic administration of corticosterone impairs spatial reference memory before spatial working memory in rats. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 80:11-23.
  4. Anderson BJ, Gatley SJ, Rapp DN, Coburn-Litvak PS, Volkow ND (2000) The ratio of Striatal D1 to Muscarinic Receptors Changes in Aging Rats Housed in an Enriched Environment.  Brain Research 872:262-265.
  5. Anderson BJ, Rapp D, Baek D, Coburn-Litvak PS, McCloskey D, Robinson J (2000) Exercise influences 8-arm radial maze performance. Physiology and Behavior 70:425-429.
  6. Stout J, Hao J, Coburn P, Standish T, Heinrich C, Atkins G (1998) Correlation of Nicotinic Receptor-Like mRNA Expression With Excitatory Input Into the Behaviorally Important L1 and L3 Auditory Interneurons of the Cricket, Acheta domesticus. J Exp Zool 281:109-123
  7. Stout J, Hao J, Stiedl O, Coburn P, Hayes V, Henley J, Kim P (1993) JHIII Regulates Phonotaxis in Crickets by Controlling Expression of Nicotinic Receptors in Auditory Interneurons. In: M. Loeb (Ed), Insect Neurochemistry and Neurophysiology.
  8. Walikonis R, Schoun D, Zacharias D, Henley J, Coburn P, Stout J (1991) Attractiveness of the Male Acheta domesticus song to Females.  III.  The Relation of age-correlated changes in syllable period recognition and phonotactic threshold to Juvenile Hormone III biosynthesis.  J Comp Physiol A 169:751-764