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  • Broussard JI, Redell JB, Maynard ME, Zhao J, Moore AN, Mills RW, Hood KN, Underwood E, Roysam B, & Dash PK (2022). Impaired experience-dependent refinement of place cells in a rat model of Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. 86 (4):
  • Broussard JI, Redell JB, Zhao J, Maynard ME, Kobori N, Perez A, Hood KN, Zhang XO, Moore AN, & Dash PK (2020). Mild traumatic brain injury decreases spatial information content and reduces place field stability. Journal of Neurotrauma. 37 (2):227-235.
  • Broussard JI, Yang K, Levine A, Tsetsenis T, Jenson D, Cao F, Garcia I, Arenkiel BA, Zhuo FM, De Biasi M, & Dani JA (2016). Dopamine regulates aversive contextual learning and associated in vivo synaptic plasticity in the hippocampus. Cell Reports. 14: 1-10.
  • Yang K†, Broussard JI†, Levine AT†, Jenson D, Arenkiel BA, & Dani JA (2017). Dopamine receptor activity participates in hippocampal synaptic plasticity associated with Novel Object Recognition.  (†authors contributed equally). European Journal of Neuroscience. 45: 138-146.
  • Broussard JI, Acion L, Cortes HDC, Yin T, Britt JK, Salas R, Costa-Mattioli M, Robertson CS, Pieper AA, Arciniegas D, & Jorge R (2018). Repeated mild traumatic brain injury produces neuroinflammation, anxiety-like behavior and impaired spatial memory in mice.  Brain Injury.
  • Broussard JI (2012). Posterior parietal cortex dynamically ranks topographic signals via cholinergic influence. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 6:32.
  • Broussard JI (2012). Co-transmission of dopamine and glutamate.  Journal of General Physiology 139(1):93-96.
  • Broussard JI, & Givens B. (2010). Low frequency oscillations in rat posterior parietal cortex are differentially activated by cues and distractors. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 94(2): 191-8.
  • Broussard JI*, Karelina K, Sarter M, & Givens B. (2009). Cholinergic optimization of signal-evoked parietal activity during challenged attentional performance. European Journal of Neuroscience 29 (8) 1711-1722. (cover figure for this issue)