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Light and Cognition: Roles for Circadian Rhythms, Sleep, and Arousal.

Journal article

Fisk AS. et al, (2018), Front Neurol, 9

Long-term restoration of visual function in end-stage retinal degeneration using subretinal human melanopsin gene therapy.

Journal article

De Silva SR. et al, (2017), Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 114, 11211 - 11216

Constant Light Desynchronizes Olfactory versus Object and Visuospatial Recognition Memory Performance.

Journal article

Tam SKE. et al, (2017), J Neurosci, 37, 3555 - 3567

Melanopsin Regulates Both Sleep-Promoting and Arousal-Promoting Responses to Light.

Journal article

Pilorz V. et al, (2016), PLoS Biol, 14

Relative recency influences object-in-context memory.

Journal article

Tam SKE. et al, (2015), Behav Brain Res, 281, 250 - 257

Sleep and circadian rhythm disruption and recognition memory in schizophrenia.

Journal article

Tam SKE. et al, (2015), Methods Enzymol, 552, 325 - 349

Timing and Conditioning, Theoretical Issues


Bonardi C. et al, (2015), The Wiley Handbook on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Learning, 348 - 379

Behavioural Characterisation of the D-amino Acid Oxidase (DAO) Knockout Mouse: Heightened Anxiety and Enhanced Short-Term Memory

Conference paper

Pritchett D. et al, (2014), BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY, 75, 179S - 179S

Dissociations in the effect of delay on object recognition: evidence for an associative model of recognition memory.

Journal article

Tam SKE. et al, (2014), J Exp Psychol Anim Learn Cogn, 40, 106 - 115

Enhanced unblocking from sustained post-trial surprise.

Journal article

Haselgrove M. et al, (2013), J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process, 39, 311 - 322

Dorsal hippocampal lesions disrupt Pavlovian delay conditioning and conditioned-response timing.

Journal article

Tam SKE. and Bonardi C., (2012), Behav Brain Res, 230, 259 - 267

Dorsal hippocampal involvement in appetitive trace conditioning and interval timing.

Journal article

Tam SKE. and Bonardi C., (2012), Behav Neurosci, 126, 258 - 269