PUBLICATIONS 2017-12-01T17:44:44+00:00

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Gilmer JI, Person AL (2017) Morphological constraints on granule cell combinatorial diversity. J Neurosci. Nov 8.pii-0588-17, epub ahead of print

Beitzel CS, Houck BH, Lewis SM, Person AL (2017) Rubrocerebellar feedback loop isolates the interposed nucleus as an independent processor of corollary discharge information in mice.  J Neurosci 37:10085-96

Becker M, Person AL (2017) Cerebellar granule cells expand their talents. Nat. Neurosci. 20:633-634

Person AL, Khodakhah K (2016) Recurrent Feedback Loops in Associative Learning. Neuron. Feb 3;89(3):427-30

Houck BD, Person AL (2015) Cerebellar Premotor Output Neurons Collateralize to Innervate the Cerebellar Cortex. J Comp Neurol. Oct 15;523(15):2254-71

Houck BD, Person AL (2014) Cerebellar loops: a review of the nucleocortical pathway. Cerebelum. 13:378-85

Heck DH, De Zeeuw CI, Jaeger D, Khodakhah K, Person AL (2013) The neuronal code(s) of the cerebellum. J Neurosci. 2013 33:17603-9

Person AL, Raman IM. (2012) Synchrony and neural coding in cerebellar circuits. Front Neural Circuits. 6:97

Person AL, Raman IM (2011) Purkinje neuron synchrony elicits time-locked spiking in the cerebellar nuclei. Nature 481: 502-5

Person AL, Raman IM (2010) Deactivation of L-type calcium current by inhibition controls LTP at excitatory synapses in the cerebellar nuclei. Neuron 66: 550-559

Person AL*, Gale SD*, Farries MA, Perkel DJ. (2008) Organization of songbird basal ganglia, including area X. J Comp Neurol 508: 840:66
*equal contribution

Gale SD*, Person AL*, Perkel DJ. (2008) A novel basal ganglia pathway forms a loop linking a vocal learning circuit with its dopaminergic input. J Comp Neurol 508: 824-39
*equal contribution

Person AL, Perkel DJ (2007) Pallidal neuron activity increases during sensory relay through thalamus in a songbird circuit essential for learning. J Neurosci 27: 8687-98.

Person AL, Perkel DJ (2005) Unitary IPSPs drive precise thalamic spiking in a circuit required for learning. Neuron 46: 129-40.

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