Malcolm W. Brown
Malcolm W. Brown
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Bristol
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Episodic memory, amnesia, and the hippocampal–anterior thalamic axis
JP Aggleton, MW Brown
Behavioral and brain sciences 22 (3), 425-444, 1999
Recognition memory: what are the roles of the perirhinal cortex and hippocampus?
MW Brown, JP Aggleton
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2 (1), 51-61, 2001
Differential roles of NR2A and NR2B-containing NMDA receptors in cortical long-term potentiation and long-term depression
PV Massey, BE Johnson, PR Moult, YP Auberson, MW Brown, E Molnar, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (36), 7821-7828, 2004
Different contributions of the hippocampus and perirhinal cortex to recognition memory
H Wan, JP Aggleton, MW Brown
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (3), 1142-1148, 1999
Interleaving brain systems for episodic and recognition memory
JP Aggleton, MW Brown
Trends in cognitive sciences 10 (10), 455-463, 2006
Physical, cognitive, and mental health impacts of COVID-19 after hospitalisation (PHOSP-COVID): a UK multicentre, prospective cohort study
RA Evans, H McAuley, EM Harrison, A Shikotra, A Singapuri, M Sereno, ...
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine 9 (11), 1275-1287, 2021
Differential neuronal encoding of novelty, familiarity and recency in regions of the anterior temporal lobe
JZ Xiang, MW Brown
Neuropharmacology 37 (4-5), 657-676, 1998
Recognition memory: neuronal substrates of the judgement of prior occurrence
MW Brown, JZ Xiang
Progress in neurobiology 55 (2), 149-189, 1998
Neuronal activity related to visual recognition memory: long-term memory and the encoding of recency and familiarity information in the primate anterior and medial inferior …
FL Fahy, IP Riches, MW Brown
Experimental Brain Research 96, 457-472, 1993
The effects of visual stimulation and memory on neurons of the hippocampal formation and the neighboring parahippocampal gyrus and inferior temporal cortex of the primate
IP Riches, FA Wilson, MW Brown
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (6), 1763-1779, 1991
Neuronal evidence that inferomedial temporal cortex is more important than hippocampus in certain processes underlying recognition memory
MW Brown, FAW Wilson, IP Riches
Brain research 409 (1), 158-162, 1987
Fos imaging reveals differential patterns of hippocampal and parahippocampal subfield activation in rats in response to different spatial memory tests
SD Vann, MW Brown, JT Erichsen, JP Aggleton
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (7), 2711-2718, 2000
Neural circuitry for rat recognition memory
EC Warburton, MW Brown
Behavioural brain research 285, 131-139, 2015
Effects of the novelty or familiarity of visual stimuli on the expression of the immediate early gene c-fos in rat brain
XO Zhu, MW Brown, BJ McCabe, JP Aggleton
Neuroscience 69 (3), 821-829, 1995
Cholinergic neurotransmission is essential for perirhinal cortical plasticity and recognition memory
EC Warburton, T Koder, K Cho, PV Massey, G Duguid, GRI Barker, ...
Neuron 38 (6), 987-996, 2003
Neuronal Sianallina of Information Imoortant to Visual Recognition‐Memory in Rat Rhinal aid Neighbouring Cortices
XO Zhu, MW Brown, JP Aggleton
European Journal of Neuroscience 7 (4), 753-765, 1995
CNQX blocks acidic amino acid induced depolarizations and synaptic components mediated by non-NMDA receptors in rat hippocampal slices
JF Blake, MW Brown, GL Collingridge
Neuroscience letters 89 (2), 182-186, 1988
An experimental test of the role of postsynaptic calcium levels in determining synaptic strength using perirhinal cortex of rat
K Cho, JP Aggleton, MW Brown, ZI Bashir
The Journal of physiology 532 (2), 459-466, 2001
Contrasting hippocampal and perirhinalcortex function using immediate early gene imaging
JP Aggleton, MW Brown
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 58 (3-4b), 218-233, 2005
Findings from animals concerning when interactions between perirhinal cortex, hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex are necessary for recognition memory
EC Warburton, MW Brown
Neuropsychologia 48 (8), 2262-2272, 2010
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