James Ainge
James Ainge
Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience at the University of St Andrews
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Development of the spatial representation system in the rat
RF Langston, JA Ainge, JJ Couey, CB Canto, TL Bjerknes, MP Witter, ...
Science 328 (5985), 1576-1580, 2010
Memory reconsolidation: sensitivity of spatial memory to inhibition of protein synthesis in dorsal hippocampus during encoding and retrieval
RGM Morris, J Inglis, JA Ainge, HJ Olverman, J Tulloch, Y Dudai, ...
Neuron 50 (3), 479-489, 2006
Lateral entorhinal cortex is critical for novel object‐context recognition
DIG Wilson, RF Langston, MI Schlesiger, M Wagner, S Watanabe, ...
Hippocampus 23 (5), 352-366, 2013
Exploring the role of context‐dependent hippocampal activity in spatial alternation behavior
JA Ainge, MA Van Der Meer, RF Langston, ER Wood
Hippocampus 17 (10), 988-1002, 2007
Hippocampal CA1 place cells encode intended destination on a maze with multiple choice points
JA Ainge, M Tamosiunaite, F Woergoetter, PA Dudchenko
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (36), 9769-9779, 2007
Synapse-associated protein 102/dlgh3 couples the NMDA receptor to specific plasticity pathways and learning strategies
PC Cuthbert, LE Stanford, MP Coba, JA Ainge, AE Fink, P Opazo, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (10), 2673-2682, 2007
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
Lateral entorhinal cortex is necessary for associative but not nonassociative recognition memory
DIG Wilson, S Watanabe, H Milner, JA Ainge
Hippocampus 23 (12), 1280-1290, 2013
Ontogeny of neural circuits underlying spatial memory in the rat
JA Ainge, RF Langston
Frontiers in neural circuits 6, 8, 2012
The discrimination ratio derived from novel object recognition tasks as a measure of recognition memory sensitivity, not bias
MH Sivakumaran, AK Mackenzie, IR Callan, JA Ainge, AR O’Connor
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 11579, 2018
Fan cells in layer 2 of the lateral entorhinal cortex are critical for episodic-like memory
B Vandrey, DLF Garden, V Ambrozova, C McClure, MF Nolan, JA Ainge
Current Biology 30 (1), 169-175. e5, 2020
Hippocampal place cells encode intended destination, and not a discriminative stimulus, in a conditional T‐maze task
JA Ainge, M Tamosiunaite, F Wörgötter, PA Dudchenko
Hippocampus 22 (3), 534-543, 2012
Lateral entorhinal cortex lesions impair local spatial frameworks
MV Kuruvilla, JA Ainge
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 11, 30, 2017
Overexpression of endophilin A1 exacerbates synaptic alterations in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease
Q Yu, Y Wang, F Du, S Yan, G Hu, N Origlia, G Rutigliano, Q Sun, H Yu, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 2968, 2018
Mitochondrial β-amyloid in Alzheimer's disease
E Borger, L Aitken, KEA Muirhead, ZE Allen, JA Ainge, SJ Conway, ...
Biochemical Society Transactions 39 (4), 868-873, 2011
Rehabilitation of face-processing skills in an adolescent with prosopagnosia: Evaluation of an online perceptual training programme
S Bate, R Bennetts, JA Mole, JA Ainge, NJ Gregory, AK Bobak, A Bussunt
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 25 (5), 733-762, 2015
A leptin fragment mirrors the cognitive enhancing and neuroprotective actions of leptin
Y Malekizadeh, A Holiday, D Redfearn, JA Ainge, G Doherty, J Harvey
Cerebral cortex 27 (10), 4769-4782, 2017
Odor supported place cell model and goal navigation in rodents
T Kulvicius, M Tamosiunaite, J Ainge, P Dudchenko, F Wörgötter
Journal of computational neuroscience 25, 481-500, 2008
The Role of Association in Pre-schoolers’ Solutions to “Spoon Tests” of Future Planning
KL Dickerson, JA Ainge, AM Seed
Current Biology 28 (14), 2309-2313, 2018
Induction of c‐fos in specific thalamic nuclei following stimulation of the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus
JA Ainge, TA Jenkins, P Winn
European Journal of Neuroscience 20 (7), 1827-1837, 2004
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