Emma Wood
TitleCited byYear
The hippocampus, memory, and place cells: Is it spatial memory or a memory space?
H Eichenbaum, P Dudchenko, E Wood, M Shapiro, H Tanila
Neuron 23 (2), 209-226, 1999
1156*1999
Schemas and memory consolidation
D Tse, RF Langston, M Kakeyama, I Bethus, PA Spooner, ER Wood, ...
Science 316 (5821), 76-82, 2007
8132007
Hippocampal neurons encode information about different types of memory episodes occurring in the same location
ER Wood, PA Dudchenko, RJ Robitsek, H Eichenbaum
Neuron 27 (3), 623-633, 2000
7522000
The global record of memory in hippocampal neuronal activity
ER Wood, PA Dudchenko, H Eichenbaum
Nature 397 (6720), 613, 1999
7101999
Object-recognition memory is only mildly impaired in rats with lesions of the hippocampus and amygdala
DG Mumby, ER Wood, JPJ Pinel
Psychobiology 20 (1), 18-27, 1992
2401992
Associative recognition and the hippocampus: Differential effects of hippocampal lesions on object‐place, object‐context and object‐place‐context memory
RF Langston, ER Wood
Hippocampus 20 (10), 1139-1153, 2010
1962010
Neurotoxic hippocampal lesions have no effect on odor span and little effect on odor recognition memory but produce significant impairments on spatial span, recognition, and …
PA Dudchenko, ER Wood, H Eichenbaum
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (8), 2964-2977, 2000
1912000
Impaired object recognition memory in rats following ischemia-induced damage to the hippocampus.
ER Wood, DG Mumby, JP Pinel, AG Phillips
Behavioral neuroscience 107 (1), 51, 1993
1751993
Nonrecurring-items delayed nonmatching-to-sample in rats: A new paradigm for testing nonspatial working memory
DG Mumby, JPJ Pinel, ER Wood
Psychobiology 18 (3), 321-326, 1990
1621990
Exploring the role of context‐dependent hippocampal activity in spatial alternation behavior
JA Ainge, MAA van der Meer, RF Langston, ER Wood
Hippocampus 17 (10), 988-1002, 2007
1462007
Ischemia-induced object-recognition deficits in rats are attenuated by hippocampal ablation before or soon after ischemia.
DG Mumby, ER Wood, CA Duva, TJ Kornecook, JPJ Pinel, AG Phillips
Behavioral neuroscience 110 (2), 266, 1996
1271996
The role of the hippocampus in object recognition in rats: examination of the influence of task parameters and lesion size
JA Ainge, C Heron-Maxwell, P Theofilas, P Wright, L de Hoz, ER Wood
Behavioural brain research 167 (1), 183-195, 2006
1232006
The role of hippocampal subregions in memory for stimulus associations
RF Langston, CH Stevenson, CL Wilson, I Saunders, ER Wood
Behavioural brain research 215 (2), 275-291, 2010
1092010
The CA3 subregion of the hippocampus is critical for episodic memory processing by means of relational encoding in rats.
RP Kesner, MR Hunsaker, MW Warthen
Behavioral neuroscience 122 (6), 1217, 2008
932008
Rapid disruption of axon–glial integrity in response to mild cerebral hypoperfusion
MM Reimer, J McQueen, L Searcy, G Scullion, B Zonta, A Desmazieres, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (49), 18185-18194, 2011
822011
Marketing information systems in tourism and hospitality small‐and medium‐sized enterprises: A study of Internet use for market intelligence
E Wood
International Journal of Tourism Research 3 (4), 283-299, 2001
782001
Selective white matter pathology induces a specific impairment in spatial working memory
R Coltman, A Spain, Y Tsenkina, JH Fowler, J Smith, G Scullion, ...
Neurobiology of aging 32 (12), 2324. e7-2324. e12, 2011
552011
Gliovascular disruption and cognitive deficits in a mouse model with features of small vessel disease
PR Holland, JL Searcy, N Salvadores, G Scullion, G Chen, G Lawson, ...
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 35 (6), 1005-1014, 2015
542015
Events-based tourism: a survey of local authority strategies in the UK
R Thomas, E Wood
Local Governance 29 (2), 127-136, 2003
512003
Conserved hippocampal cellular pathophysiology but distinct behavioural deficits in a new rat model of FXS
SM Till, A Asiminas, AD Jackson, D Katsanevaki, SA Barnes, EK Osterweil, ...
Human molecular genetics 24 (21), 5977-5984, 2015
492015
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