List of publications from the laboratory of Dr. Norman M. Weinberger (alphabetical | chronological | reverse chronological order):


1964–1969

1. Weinberger, N.M. and Lindsley, D.B. (1964). Behavioral and electroencephalographic arousal to contrasting novel stimulation. Science, 144(3624), 1355–1357. PDF

2. Weinberger, N.M., Velasco, M. and Lindsley, D.B. (1965). Effects of lesions upon thalamically induced electrocortical desynchronization and recruiting. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 18(4), 369–377. PDF

3. Weinberger, N.M., Velasco, M. and Lindsley, D.B. (1965). Differential effects of reinforced and non-reinforced stimuli upon electrocortical recruiting responses. Psychonomic Science, 2(5), 129–130.

4. Weinberger, N.M. (1965). Effect of detainment on extinction of avoidance responses. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 60(1), 135–138. PDF

5. McGaugh, J.L., Weinberger, N.M. and Whalen, R.E. (1967). Psychobiology: The Biological Bases of Behavior (Readings from Scientific American). San Francisco: W.H. Freeman and Company.

6. Weinberger, N.M., Velasco, M. and Lindsley, D.B. (1967). The relationship between cortical synchrony and behavioral inhibition. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 23(4), 297–305. PDF

7. Weinberger, N.M., Nakayama, K. and Lindsley, D.B. (1968). Electrocortical recruiting responses during classical conditioning. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 24(1), 16–24. PDF

8. Weinberger, N., Yeudall, L. and Lindsley, D.B. (1968). EEG correlates of reinforced behavioral inhibition. Psychonomic Science, 10(1), 11–12.

9. Velasco, M., Weinberger, N.M. and Lindsley, D.B. (1968). Effect of thalamocortical activation on recruiting responses. I. Reticular stimulation. Acta Neurológica Latinoamericana, 14(1), 99–115.

10. Weinberger, N.M., Goodman, D.A. and Kitzes, L.M. (1969). Is behavioral habituation a function of peripheral auditory system blockade? Communications in Behavioral Biology, Pt. A, 3(3), 111–116.

11. Weinberger, N.M. and Goodman, D.A. (1969). A solid-state device for presenting moving shadows. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 1(5), 192–193.

12. Goodman, D.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1969). An electroencephalographic study of Necturus maculosus (mud puppy). Physiological Zoölogy, 42(4), 398–410.


1970–1979

13. Weinberger, N.M., Kitzes, L.M. and Goodman, D.A. (1970). Some characteristics of the ‘auditory neurophonic’. Experientia, 26(1), 46–48. PDF

14. Goodman, D.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1970). Possible relationships between orienting and diving reflexes. Nature, 225(5238), 1153–1155. PDF

15. Imig, T.J. and Weinberger, N.M. (1970). Auditory system multi-unit activity and behavior in the rat. Psychonomic Science, 18(3), 164–165.

16. Whalen, R.E., Thompson, R.F., Verzeano, M. and Weinberger, N.M. (Eds.) (1970). The Neural Control of Behavior. New York: Academic Press.

17. Weinberger, N.M. (1970). Discussion. In: R.E. Whalen, R.F. Thompson, M. Verzeano and N.M. Weinberger (Eds.), The Neural Control of Behavior (pp. 63–64). New York: Academic Press.

18. Weinberger, N.M. (1971). Attentive processes. In: J.L. McGaugh (Ed.), Psychobiology: Behavior from a Biological Perspective (chap. 5, pp. 129–198). New York: Academic Press.

19. Goodman, D.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1971). Remote sensing of behavior in aquatic amphibia especially in Necturus maculosus, the mud puppy. Communications in Behavioral Biology, 6(2), 67–70.

20. Goodman, D.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1971). Submerged electrodes in an aquarium: Validation of a technique for remote sensing of behavior. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 3(6), 281–286.

21. Imig, T.J., Weinberger, N.M. and Westenberg, I.S. (1972). Relationships among unit discharge rate, pattern, and phasic arousal in the medical geniculate nucleus of the waking cat. Experimental Neurology, 35(2), 337–357. PDF

22. Weinberger, N.M., Imig, T.J. and Lippe, W.R. (1972). Modification of unit discharges in the medial geniculate nucleus by click–shock pairing. Experimental Neurology, 36(1), 46–58. PDF

23. Weinberger, N.M. (1972). Mind: Past, present, and (?). Contemporary Psychology, 17(8), 438–439. (Book review of The Evolution of the Human Mind, N.L. Munn, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1971.) PDF

24. Oleson, T.D., Westenberg, I.S. and Weinberger, N.M. (1972). Characteristics of the pupillary dilation response during Pavlovian conditioning in paralyzed cats. Behavioral Biology, 7(6), 829–840.

25. Oleson, T.D., Vododnick, D.S. and Weinberger, N.M. (1973). Pupillary inhibition of delay during Pavlovian conditioning of paralyzed cats. Behavioral Biology, 8(3), 337–346.

26. Imig, T.J. and Weinberger, N.M. (1973). Relationships between rate and pattern of unitary discharges in medial geniculate body of the cat in response to click and amplitude-modulated white-noise stimulation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 36(3), 385–397. PDF

27. Lippe, W.R. and Weinberger, N.M. (1973). The distribution of click-evoked activity within the medical geniculate body of the anesthetized cat. Experimental Neurology, 39(3), 507–523. PDF

28. Weinberger, N.M. (1973). Animal behavior. In: The American Peoples Encyclopedia: A Modern Reference Work. New York: Excelsior Trading Corporation.

29. Goodman, D.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1973). Habituation in “lower” tetrapod vertebrates: Amphibia as vertebrate model systems. In: H.V.S. Peeke and M.J. Herz (Eds.), Habituation: Vol. I. Behavioral Studies (chap. 3, pp. 85–140). New York: Academic Press.

30. Cassady, J.M., Cole, M., Thompson, R.F. and Weinberger, N.M. (1973). Neural correlates of asymptotic avoidance and classical conditioned leg felxion. Experimental Neurology, 40(1), 207–215. PDF

31. Lippe, W.R. and Weinberger, N.M. (1973). The distribution of sensory evoked activity within the medial geniculate body of the unanesthetized cat. Experimental Neurology, 40(2), 431–444. PDF

32. Weinberger, N.M., Oleson, T.D. and Haste, D. (1973). Inhibitory control of the conditional pupillary dilation response in the paralyzed cat. Behavioral Biology, 9(3), 307–316.

33. Weinberger, N.M. (1975). Eye of newt, tongue of carp, ear of cat, paw of monkey…. Contemporary Psychology, 20(1), 14–15. (Book review of Sensory Coding: Selected Readings, W.R. Uttal (Ed.), Boston: Little, Brown, 1973.) PDF

34. Oleson, T.D., Ashe, J.H. and Weinberger, N.M. (1975). Modification of auditory and somatosensory system activity during pupillary conditioning in the paralyzed cat. Journal of Neurophysiology, 38(5), 1114–1139. PDF

35. Weinberger, N.M., Oleson, T.D. and Ashe, J.H. (1975). Sensory system neural activity during habituation of the pupillary orienting reflex. Behavioral Biology, 15(3), 283–301.

36. Ashe, J.H., Cassady, J.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1976). The relationship of the cochlear microphonic potential to the acquisition of a classically conditioned pupillary dilation response. Behavioral Biology, 16(1), 45–62.

37. Westenberg, I.S., Paige, G., Golub, B. and Weinberger, N.M. (1976). Evoked potential decrements in auditory cortex. I. Discrete-trial and continual stimulation. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 40(4), 337–355. PDF

38. Westenberg, I.S. and Weinberger, N.M. (1976). Evoked potential decrements in auditory cortex. II. Critical test for habituation. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 40(4), 356–369. PDF

39. Ryugo, D.K. and Weinberger, N.M. (1976). Corticofugal modulation of the medial geniculate body. Experimental Neurology, 51(2), 377–391. PDF

40. Weinberger, N.M. (1977). Psychobiology — Behavioral problems seeking biological solutions. Contemporary Psychology, 22(2), 97–99. (Book review of Handbook of Psychobiology, M.S. Gazzaniga and C. Blakemore (Eds.), New York: Academic Press, 1975.) PDF

41. Cooper, C.L., Ashe, J.H. and Weinberger, N.M. (1978). Effects of stimulus omission during habituation of the pupillary dilation reflex. Physiological Psychology, 6(1), 1–6. PDF

42. Ashe, J.H., Cooper, C.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (1978). Mesencephalic multiple-unit activity during acquisition of conditioned pupillary dilation. Brain Research Bulletin, 3(2), 143–154. PDF

43. Ryugo, D.K. and Weinberger, N.M. (1978). Differential plasticity of morphologically distinct neuron populations in the medical geniculate body of the cat during classical conditioning. Behavioral Biology, 22(3), 275–301. PDF

44. Ashe, J.H., Cooper, C.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (1978). Role of the parasympathetic pupillomotor system in classically conditioned pupullary dilation of the cat. Behavioral Biology, 23(1), 1–13.

45. Sutko, M.H. and Weinberger, N.M. (1979). Effects of ethanol on the cochlear nucleus and auditory cortex of the cat. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 40(9), 799–822.


1980–1989

46. Weinberger, N.M. (1980). Neurophysiological studies of learning in association with the pupillary dilation conditioned reflex. In: R.F. Thompson, L.H. Hicks and V.B. Shvyrkov (Eds.), Neural Mechanisms of Goal-Directed Behavior and Learning (chap. 16, pp. 241–261). New York: Academic Press.

47. Weinberger, N.M. (1982). Effects of conditioned arousal on the auditory system. In: A.L. Beckman (Ed.), Neural Basis of Behavior (chap. 4, pp. 63–91). New York: Spectrum Publications.

48. Cassady, J.M., Farley, G.R., Weinberger, N.M. and Kitzes, L.M. (1982). Pupillary activity measured by reflected infra-red light. Physiology and Behavior, 28(5), 851–854. PDF

49. Weinberger, N.M. (1982). Sensory plasticity and learning: The magnocellular medial geniculate nucleus of the auditory system. In: C.D. Woody (Ed.), Conditioning: Representation of Involved Neural Functions (Advances in Behavioral Biology, Vol. 26, pp. 697–710). New York: Plenum Press.

50. Gerren, R.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1983). Long term potentiation in the magnocellular medial geniculate nucleus of the anesthetized cat. Brain Research, 265(1), 138–142. PDF

51. Weinberger, N.M., Gold, P.E. and Sternberg, D.B. (1984). Epinephrine enables Pavlovian fear conditioning under anesthesia. Science, 223(4636), 605–607. PDF

52. Weinberger, N.M., Hopkins, W. and Diamond, D.M. (1984). Physiological plasticity of single neurons in auditory cortex of the cat during acquisition of the pupillary conditioned response: I. Primary field (AI). Behavioral Neuroscience, 98(2), 171–188. PDF

53. Diamond, D.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1984). Physiological plasticity of single neurons in auditory cortex of the cat during acquisition of the pupillary conditioned response: II. Secondary field (AII). Behavioral Neuroscience, 98(2), 189–210. PDF

54. Weinberger, N.M. (1984). The neurophysiology of learning: A view from the sensory side. In: L.R. Squire and N. Butters (Eds.), Neuropsychology of Memory (chap. 43, pp. 489–503). New York: Guilford Press.

55. Lynch, G., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (Eds.) (1984). Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. New York: Guilford Press.

56. Weinberger, N.M., Diamond, D.M. and McKenna, T.M. (1984). Initial events in conditioning: Plasticity in the pupillomotor and auditory systems. In: G. Lynch, J.L. McGaugh and N.M. Weinberger (Eds.), Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (chap. 12, pp. 197–227). New York: Guilford Press.

57. McGaugh, J.L., Weinberger, N.M., Lynch, G. and Granger, R.H. (1985). Neural mechanisms of learning and memory: Cells, systems and computations. Naval Research Reviews, 37(4), 15–29.

58. Weinberger, N.M. (1985). From cells to concepts. Contemporary Psychology, 30(5), 380–382. (Book review of Memory, Learning, and Higher Function: A Cellular View, C.D. Woody, New York: Springer–Verlag, 1982.) PDF

59. Weinberger, N.M., McGaugh, J.L. and Lynch, G. (Eds.) (1985). Memory Systems of the Brain: Animal and Human Cognitive Processes. New York: Guilford Press.

60. Weinberger, N.M., McGaugh, J.L. and Lynch, G. (1985). Introduction. In: N.M. Weinberger, J.L. McGaugh and G. Lynch (Eds.), Memory Systems of the Brain: Animal and Human Cognitive Processes (pp. 1–6). New York: Guilford Press.

61. Gold, P.E., Weinberger, N.M. and Sternberg, D.B. (1985). Epinephrine-induced learning under anesthesia: Retention performance at several training–testing intervals. Behavioral Neuroscience, 99(5), 1019–1022. PDF

62. Weinberger, N.M. (1986). Primary neural substrates of learning and behavioral change. Quarterly Review of Biology, 61(1), 137–138. (Book review of Primary Neural Substrates of Learning and Behavioral Change, D.L. Alkon and J. Farley (Eds.), New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984.) PDF

63. Diamond, D.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1986). Classical conditioning rapidly induces specific changes in frequency receptive fields of single neurons in secondary and ventral ectosylvian auditory cortical fields. Brain Research, 372(2), 357–360. PDF

64. Weinberger, N.M., McKenna, T.M. and Ashe, J.H. (1987). Effects of acetylcholine on spontaneous and tone evoked neuronal discharges in auditory cortex. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Medical Chemical Defense Bioscience Review. Report No. AD B121516 (pp. 441–445). Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense. PDF

65. Weinberger, N.M. and Diamond, D.M. (1987). Physiological plasticity in auditory cortex: Rapid induction by learning. Progress in Neurobiology, 29(1), 1–55. PDF

66. McKenna, T.M., Ashe, J.H., Hui, G.K. and Weinberger, N.M. (1988). Muscarinic agonists modulate spontaneous and evoked unit discharge in auditory cortex of cat. Synapse, 2(1), 54–68. PDF

67. Weinberger, N.M. and McKenna, T.M. (1988). Sensitivity of single neurons in auditory cortex to contour: Toward a neurophysiology of music perception. Music Perception, 5(4), 355–389. PDF

68. Weinberger, N.M. and Diamond, D.M. (1988). Dynamic modulation of the auditory system by associative learning. In: G.M. Edelman, W.E. Gall and W.M. Cowan (Eds.), Auditory Function: Neurobiological Bases of Hearing (chap. 16, pp. 485–512). New York: John Wiley and Sons.

69. Metherate, R. and Weinberger, N.M. (1989). Acetylcholine produces stimulus-specific receptive field alterations in cat auditory cortex. Brain Research, 480(1–2), 372–377. PDF

70. McKenna, T.M., Weinberger, N.M. and Diamond, D.M. (1989). Responses of single auditory cortical neurons to tone sequences. Brain Research, 481(1), 142–153. PDF

71. McKenna, T.M., Ashe, J.H. and Weinberger, N.M. (1989). Cholinergic modulation of frequency receptive fields in auditory cortex: I. Frequency-specific effects of muscarinic agonists. Synapse, 4(1), 30–43. PDF

72. Ashe, J.H., McKenna, T.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1989). Cholinergic modulation of frequency receptive fields in auditory cortex: II. Frequency-specific effects of anticholinesterases provide evidence for a modulatory action of endogenous ACh. Synapse, 4(1), 44–54. PDF

73. Diamond, D.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1989). Role of context in the expression of learning-induced plasticity of single neurons in auditory cortex. Behavioral Neuroscience, 103(3), 471–494. PDF


1990–1999

74. McGaugh, J.L., Weinberger, N.M. and Lynch, G. (Eds.) (1990). Brain Organization and Memory: Cells, Systems, and Circuits. New York: Oxford University Press.

75. Weinberger, N.M. (1990). Neuromnemonics: Forms and contents. In: J.L. McGaugh, N.M. Weinberger and G. Lynch (Eds.), Brain Organization and Memory: Cells, Systems, and Circuits (chap. 6, pp. 137–144). New York: Oxford University Press.

76. Weinberger, N.M., Ashe, J.H., Metherate, R., McKenna, T.M., Diamond, D.M. and Bakin, J. (1990). Retuning auditory cortex by learning: A preliminary model of receptive field plasticity. Concepts in Neuroscience, 1(1), 91–132.

77. Metherate, R. and Weinberger, N.M. (1990). Cholinergic modulation of responses to single tones produces tone-specific receptive field alterations in cat auditory cortex. Synapse, 6(2), 133–145. PDF

78. Metherate, R., Ashe, J.H. and Weinberger, N.M. (1990). Acetylcholine modifies neuronal acoustic rate-level functions in guinea pig auditory cortex by an action at muscarinic receptors. Synapse, 6(4), 364–368. PDF

79. Bakin, J.S. and Weinberger, N.M. (1990). Classical conditioning induces CS-specific receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex of the guinea pig. Brain Research, 536(1–2), 271–286. PDF

80. Weinberger, N.M. (Ed.) (1990). Neurophysiological Study of Systemic Mechanisms of Behavior. New Delhi: Amerind Publishing (for the National Library of Medicine). (Translation of Neirofiziologicheskoe izuchenie sistemnykh mekhanizmov povedeniia by V.B. Shvyrkov, 1978, Moskva: Nauka.)

81. Weinberger, N.M., Ashe, J.H., Metherate, R., McKenna, T.M., Diamond, D.M., Bakin, J.S., Lennartz, R.C. and Cassady, J.M. (1990). Neural adaptive information processing: A preliminary model of receptive-field plasticity in auditory cortex during Pavlovian conditioning. In: M. Gabriel and J. Moore (Eds.), Learning and Computational Neuroscience: Foundations of Adaptive Networks (chap. 3, pp. 91–138). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

82. Edeline, J.-M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1991). Subcortical adaptive filtering in the auditory system: Associative receptive field plasticity in the dorsal medial geniculate body. Behavioral Neuroscience, 105(1), 154–175. PDF

83. Ashe, J.H. and Weinberger, N.M. (1991). Acetylcholine modulation of cellular excitability via muscarinic receptors: Functional plasticity in auditory cortex. In: R.T. Richardson (Ed.), Activation to Acquisition: Functional Aspects of the Basal Forebrain Cholinergic System (pp. 189–246). Boston: Birkhäuser.

84. Condon, C.D. and Weinberger, N.M. (1991). Habituation produces frequency-specific plasticity of receptive fields in the auditory cortex. Behavioral Neuroscience, 105(3), 416–430. PDF

85. Edeline, J.-M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1991). Thalamic short-term plasticity in the auditory system: Associative returning of receptive fields in the ventral medial geniculate body. Behavioral Neuroscience, 105(5), 618–639. PDF

86. Edeline, J.-M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Associative retuning in the thalamic source of input to the amygdala and auditory cortex: Receptive field plasticity in the medial division of the medial geniculate body. Behavioral Neuroscience, 106(1), 81–105. PDF

87. Cox, C.L., Metherate, R., Weinberger, N.M. and Ashe, J.H. (1992). Synaptic potentials and effects of amino acid antagonists in the auditory cortex. Brain Research Bulletin, 28(3), 401–410. PDF

88. Bakin, J.S., Lepan, B. and Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Sensitization induced receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex is independent of CS-modality. Brain Research, 577(2), 226–235. PDF

89. Cruikshank, S.J., Edeline, J.-M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Stimulation at a site of auditory–somatosensory convergence in the medial geniculate nucleus is an effective unconditioned stimulus for fear conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience, 106(3), 471–483. PDF

90. Lennartz, R.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Frequency-specific receptive field plasticity in the medial geniculate body induced by Pavlovian fear conditioning is expressed in the anesthetized brain. Behavioral Neuroscience, 106(3), 484–497. PDF

91. Lennartz, R.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Analysis of response systems in Pavlovian conditioning reveals rapidly versus slowly acquired conditioned responses: Support for two factors, implications for behavior and neurobiology. Psychobiology, 20(2), 93–119. PDF

92. Lennartz, R.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Frequency selectivity is related to temporal processing in parallel thalamocortical auditory pathways. Brain Research, 583(1–2), 81–92. PDF

93. Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Beyond neuronal excitability: Receptive field analysis reveals that association specifically modifies the representation of auditory information. In: L.R. Squire and N. Butters (Eds.), Neuropsychology of Memory (2nd ed., chap. 43, pp. 496–509). New York: Guilford Press.

94. Weinberger, N.M. (1992). Neocortical plasticity: Auditory cortex. In: L.R. Squire (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Learning and Memory (pp. 455–457). New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.

95. Edeline, J.-M. and Weinberger, N.M. (1993). Receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex during frequency discrimination training: Selective retuning independent of task difficulty. Behavioral Neuroscience, 107(1), 82–103. PDF

96. Weinberger, N.M., Javid, R. and Lepan, B. (1993). Long-term retention of learning-induced receptive-field plasticity in the auditory cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 90(6), 2394–2398. PDF

97. Edeline, J.-M., Pham, P. and Weinberger, N.M. (1993). Rapid development of learning-induced receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex. Behavioral Neuroscience, 107(4), 539–551. PDF

98. Weinberger, N.M. (1993). Learning-induced changes of auditory receptive fields. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 3(4), 570–577. PDF

99. Lennartz, R.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (1994). A comparison of nonspecific and nictitating membrane conditioned responses: Additional support for two-factor theories. Psychobiology, 22(1), 5–15. PDF

100. Weinberger, N.M., Ashe, J. and Edeline, J.-M. (1994). Learning-induced receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex: Specificity of information storage. In: J. Delacour (Ed.), The Memory System of the Brain (Advanced Series in Neuroscience, Vol. 4, pp. 590–635). River Edge, NJ: World Scientific Publishing.

101. Weinberger, N.M. (1995). Dynamic regulation of receptive fields and maps in the adult sensory cortex. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 18, 129–158. PDF

102. Weinberger, N.M. and Gold, P.E. (1995). What is a “replication”? Epinephrine facilitation of learning under anesthesia. Anesthesiology, 82(1), 308–310. PDF

103. Weinberger, N.M., Javid, R. and Lepan, B. (1995). Heterosynaptic long-term facilitation of sensory-evoked responses in the auditory cortex by stimulation of the magnocellular medial geniculate body in guinea pigs. Behavioral Neuroscience, 109(1), 10–17. PDF

104. McGaugh, J.L., Weinberger, N.M. and Lynch, G. (Eds.) (1995). Brain and Memory: Modulation and Mediation of Neuroplasticity. New York: Oxford University Press.

105. Weinberger, N.M. (1995). Retuning the brain by fear conditioning. In: M.S. Gazzaniga (Ed.), The Cognitive Neurosciences (chap. 71, pp. 1071–1089). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

106. South, D.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1995). A comparison of tone-evoked response properties of ‘cluster’ recordings and their constituent single cells in the auditory cortex. Brain Research, 704(2), 275–288. PDF

107. Cruikshank, S.J. and Weinberger, N.M. (1996). Receptive-field plasticity in the adult auditory cortex induced by Hebbian covariance. Journal of Neuroscience, 16(2), 861–875. PDF

108. Bakin, J.S., Kwon, M.C., Masino, S.A., Weinberger, N.M. and Frostig, R.D. (1996). Suprathreshold auditory cortex activation visualized by intrinsic signal optical imaging. Cerebral Cortex, 6(2), 120–130. PDF

109. Bakin, J.S., South, D.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1996). Induction of receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex of the guinea pig during instrumental avoidance conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience, 110(5), 905–913. PDF

110. Bakin, J.S. and Weinberger, N.M. (1996). Induction of a physiological memory in the cerebral cortex by stimulation of the nucleus basalis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93(20), 11219–11224. PDF

111. Cruikshank, S.J. and Weinberger, N.M. (1996). Evidence for the Hebbian hypothesis in experience-dependent physiological plasticity of neocortex: A critical review. Brain Research Reviews, 22(3), 191–228. PDF

112. Weinberger, N.M. (1997). Learning-induced receptive field plasticity in the primary auditory cortex. Seminars in Neuroscience, 9(1–2), 59–67. PDF

113. Weinberger, N.M. (1998). Brain, behavior, biology, and music: Some research findings and their implications for educational policy. Arts Education Policy Review, 99(3), 28–36. PDF

114. Weinberger, N.M. and Bakin, J.S. (1998). Learning-induced physiological memory in adult primary auditory cortex: Receptive fields plasticity, model, and mechanisms. Audiology and Neuro-otology, 3(2–3), 145–167. PDF

115. Chernyshev, B.V. and Weinberger, N.M. (1998). Acoustic frequency tuning of neurons in the basal forebrain of the waking guinea pig. Brain Research, 793(1–2), 79–94. PDF

116. Weinberger, N.M. and Bakin, J.S. (1998). Research on auditory cortex plasticity. Science, 280(5367), 1174. PDF

117. Bjordahl, T.S., Dimyan, M.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1998). Induction of long-term receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex of the waking guinea pig by stimulation of the nucleus basalis. Behavioral Neuroscience, 112(3), 467–479. PDF

118. Weinberger, N.M. (1998). Physiological memory in primary auditory cortex: Characteristics and mechanisms. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 70(1–2), 226–251. PDF

119. Weinberger, N.M. (1998). Tuning the brain by learning and by stimulation of the nucleus basalis. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2(8), 271–273. PDF

120. Weinberger, N.M. (1998). Music and the auditory system. In: D. Deutsch (Ed.), The Psychology of Music (Academic Press Series in Cognition and Perception: A Series of Monographs and Treatises, 2nd ed., chap. 3, pp. 47–87). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

121. Weinberger, N.M. (1998). The music in our minds. Educational Leadership, 56(3), 36–40. PDF

122. Cahill, L., Weinberger, N.M., Roozendaal, B. and McGaugh, J.L. (1999). Is the amygdala a locus of “conditioned fear”? Some questions and caveats. Neuron, 23(2), 227–228. PDF

123. Dimyan, M.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (1999). Basal forebrain stimulation induces discriminative receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex. Behavioral Neuroscience, 113(4), 691–702. PDF


2000–2009

124. Weinberger, N.M. (2000). Music and the brain: A broad perspective. Music Educators Journal, 87(2), 8–9. PDF

125. McLin, D.E., 3rd and Weinberger, N.M. (2000). Differentially responsive adjacent auditory cortical cells maintained coordinated firing. NeuroReport, 11(16), 3467–3471. PDF

126. Weinberger, N.M. (2001). Memory codes: New concept for old problem. In: P.E. Gold and W.T. Greenough (Eds.), Memory Consolidation: Essays in Honor of James L. McGaugh (chap. 16, pp. 321–342). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

127. Weinberger, N.M. (2001). Learning and receptive field plasticity in the auditory cortex: Identification of a memory code? In: C.A. Shaw and J.C. McEachern (Eds.), Toward a Theory of Neuroplasticity (chap. 4, pp. 31–43). Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

128. Weinberger, N.M. (2001). Receptive field plasticity and memory in the auditory cortex: Coding the learned importance of events. In: J.E. Steinmetz, M.A. Gluck and P.R. Solomon (Eds.), Model Systems and the Neurobiology of Associative Learning: A Festschrift in Honor of Richard F. Thompson (chap. 7, pp. 187–216). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

129. Cruikshank, S.J. and Weinberger, N.M. (2001). In vivo Hebbian and basal forebrain stimulation treatment in morphologically identified auditory cortical cells. Brain Research, 891(1–2), 78–93. PDF

130. Miasnikov, A.A., McLin, D., 3rd and Weinberger, N.M. (2001). Muscarinic dependence of nucleus basalis induced conditioned receptive field plasticity. NeuroReport, 12(7), 1537–1542. PDF

131. Galván, V.V., Chen, J. and Weinberger, N.M. (2001). Long-term frequency tuning of local field potentials in the auditory cortex of the waking guinea pig. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 2(3), 199–215. PDF

132. Weinberger, N.M. (2001). Neural plasticity in auditory cortex. In: N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences: Mis–Neu (Vol. 15, pp. 10548–10551). New York: Elsevier. PDF

133. Cahill, L., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (2001). The neurobiology of learning and memory: Some reminders to remember. Trends in Neurosciences, 24(10), 578–581. PDF

134. Das, A., Franca, J.G., Gattass, R., Kaas, J.H., Nicolelis, M.A., Timo-Iaria, C., Vargas, C.D., Weinberger, N.M. and Volchan, E. (2001). The brain decade in debate: VI. Sensory and motor maps: Dynamics and plasticity. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, 34(12), 1497–1508. PDF

135. Galván, V.V. and Weinberger, N.M. (2002). Long-term consolidation and retention of learning-induced tuning plasticity in the auditory cortex of the guinea pig. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 77(1), 78–108. PDF

136. McLin, D.E., 3rd, Miasnikov, A.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (2002). Induction of behavioral associative memory by stimulation of the nucleus basalis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 99(6), 4002–4007. PDF

137. Galván, V.V., Chen, J. and Weinberger, N.M. (2002). Differential thresholds of local field potentials and unit discharges in rat auditory cortex. Hearing Research, 167(1–2), 57–60. PDF

138. McLin, D.E., 3rd, Miasnikov, A.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (2002). The effects of electrical stimulation of the nucleus basalis on the electroencephalogram, heart rate, and respiration. Behavioral Neuroscience, 116(5), 795–806. PDF

139. Carew, T. and Weinberger, N. (2002). Introduction (of Seventh Conference on the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory). Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 78(3), 485–488. (Special Edition) PDF

140. McLin, D.E., 3rd, Miasnikov, A.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (2003). CS-specific gamma, theta, and alpha EEG activity detected in stimulus generalization following induction of behavioral memory by stimulation of the nucleus basalis. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 79(2), 152–176. PDF

141. Rutkowski, R.G., Miasnikov, A.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (2003). Characterisation of multiple physiological fields within the anatomical core of rat auditory cortex. Hearing Research, 181(1–2), 116–130. PDF

142. Weinberger, N.M. (2003). Neocortical plasticity: Auditory cortex. In: J.H. Byrne (Ed.), Learning and Memory (Macmillan Psychology Reference Series, 2nd ed., pp. 422–425). New York: Macmillan References USA.

143. Weinberger, N.M. (2003). The nucleus basalis and memory codes: Auditory cortical plasticity and the induction of specific, associative behavioral memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 80(3), 268–284. PDF

144. Weinberger, N.M. (2003). Content learning and perceptual learning: Different processes in music and the auditory cortex. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts, 4(1), 46–48.

145. Hui, G.K., Figueroa, I.R., Poytress, B.S., Roozendaal, B., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (2004). Memory enhancement of classical fear conditioning by post-training injections of corticosterone in rats. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 81(1), 67–74. PDF

146. Weinberger, N.M. (2004). Specific long-term memory traces in primary auditory cortex. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5(4), 279–290. PDF

147. Weinberger, N.M. (2004). Experience-dependent response plasticity in the auditory cortex: Issues, characteristics, mechanisms, and functions. In: T.N. Parks, E.W. Rubel, R.R. Fay and A.N. Popper (Eds.), Plasticity of the Auditory System (Springer Handbook of Auditory Research, Vol. 23, chap. 5, pp. 173–227). New York: Springer. PDF

148. Weinberger, N.M. (2004). Correcting misconceptions of tuning shifts in auditory cortex. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5(4). Published online Nov 20 at http://www.nature.com/nrn/journal/v5/n4/full/nrn1366-c2.html. Link | PDF

149. Weinberger, N.M. (2004). Consequences of failures to meet standards in learning and memory. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5(4). Published online Nov 20 at http://www.nature.com/nrn/journal/v5/n4/full/nrn1366-c4.html. Link | PDF

150. Weinberger, N.M. (2004). Music and the brain. Scientific American, 291(5), 88–95. PDF

151. Rutkowski, R.G. and Weinberger, N.M. (2005). Encoding of learned importance of sound by magnitude of representational area in primary auditory cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 102(38), 13664–13669. PDF

152. Weinberger, N.M. (2006). Food for thought: Honeybee foraging, memory and acetylcholine. Science Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment, May 23(336), pe23. PDF

153. Miasnikov, A.A., Chen, J.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (2006). Rapid induction of specific associative behavioral memory by stimulation of the nucleus basalis in the rat. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 86(1), 47–65. PDF

154. Liang, K., Poytress, B.S., Chen, Y., Leslie, F.M., Weinberger, N.M. and Metherate, R. (2006). Neonatal nicotine exposure impairs nicotinic enhancement of central auditory processing and auditory learning in adult rats. European Journal of Neuroscience, 24(3), 857–866. PDF

155. Hui, I.R., Hui, G.K., Roozendaal, B., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (2006). Posttraining handling facilitates memory for auditory-cue fear conditioning in rats. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 86(2), 160–163. PDF

156. Weinberger, N.M. (2006). Music and the brain. Scientific American Special Edition, 16(3), 36–43. (Reprinted)

157. Roozendaal, B., Hui, G.K., Hui, I.R., Berlau, D.J., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (2006). Basolateral amygdala noradrenergic activity mediates corticosterone-induced enhancement of auditory fear conditioning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 86(3), 249–255. PDF

158. Weinberger, N.M., Miasnikov, A.A. and Chen, J.C. (2006). The level of cholinergic nucleus basalis activation controls the specificity of auditory associative memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 86(3), 270–285. PDF

159. Weinberger, N.M. (2007). Associative representational plasticity in the auditory cortex: A synthesis of two disciplines. Learning and Memory, 14(1–2), 1–16. PDF

160. Weinberger, N.M. (2007). Auditory associative memory and representational plasticity in the primary auditory cortex. Hearing Research, 229(1–2), 54–68. PDF

161. Weinberger, N.M. (2007). Associative representational plasticity in the auditory cortex: Resolving conceptual and empirical problems. Debates in Neuroscience, 1(2–4), 85–98. PDF

162. Berlau, K.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (2008). Learning strategy determines auditory cortical plasticity. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 89(2), 153–166. PDF

163. Weinberger, N.M. (2008). Cortical plasticity in associative learning and memory. In: H. Eichenbaum and J.H. Byrne (Eds.), Memory Systems (Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference, Vol. 3, chap. 3.11, pp. 187–218). New York: Academic Press. PDF

164. Weinberger, N.M. (2008). Retuning the brain by learning, literature, and logic: Reply to Suga. Learning and Memory, 15(4), 202–207. PDF

165. Miasnikov, A.A., Chen, J.C., Gross, N., Poytress, B.S. and Weinberger, N.M. (2008). Motivationally neutral stimulation of the nucleus basalis induces specific behavioral memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 90(1), 125–137. PDF

166. Liang, K., Poytress, B.S., Weinberger, N.M. and Metherate, R. (2008). Nicotinic modulation of tone-evoked responses in auditory cortex reflects the strength of prior auditory learning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 90(1), 138–146. PDF

167. Leon, M.I., Poytress, B.S. and Weinberger, N.M. (2008). Avoidance learning facilitates temporal processing in the primary auditory cortex. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 90(2), 347–357. PDF

168. Miasnikov, A.A., Chen, J.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (2008). Specific auditory memory induced by nucleus basalis stimulation depends on intrinsic acetylcholine. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 90(2), 443–454. PDF

169. Weinberger, N.M. (2008). Musical maladies. American Scientist, 96(6), 518–520. (Book review of Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain, O. Sacks, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2008.) PDF

170. Weinberger, N.M., Miasnikov, A.A. and Chen, J.C. (2009). Sensory memory consolidation observed: Increased specificity of detail over days. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 91(3), 273–286. PDF

171. Miasnikov, A.A., Chen, J.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (2009). Behavioral memory induced by stimulation of the nucleus basalis: Effects of contingency reversal. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 91(3), 298–309. PDF

172. Chavez, C.M., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (2009). The basolateral amygdala modulates specific sensory memory representations in the cerebral cortex. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 91(4), 382–392. PDF

173. Hui, G.K., Wong, K.L., Chavez, C.M., Leon, M.I., Robin, K.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (2009). Conditioned tone control of brain reward behavior produces highly specific representational gain in the primary auditory cortex. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 92(1), 27–34. PDF

174. Weinberger, N.M. (2009). Donald Benjamin Lindsley. In: Biographical Memoir (pp. 1–23). Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences. PDF

175. Butt, A.E., Chavez, C.M., Flesher, M.M., Kinney-Hurd, B.L., Araujo, G.C., Miasnikov, A.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (2009). Association learning-dependent increases in acetylcholine release in the rat auditory cortex during auditory classical conditioning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 92(3), 400–409. PDF


2010–current

176. Bieszczad, K.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (2010). Learning strategy trumps motivational level in determining learning-induced auditory cortical plasticity. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 93(2), 229–239. PDF

177. Bieszczad, K.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (2010). Representational gain in cortical area underlies increase of memory strength. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107(8), 3793–3798. PDF

178. Weinberger, N.M. (2010). The cognitive auditory cortex. In: A.R. Palmer and A. Rees (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science: The Auditory Brain (chap. 18, pp. 439–475). New York: Oxford University Press.

179. Weinberger, N.M. (2010). Ma & Suga findings actually support Weinberger model of auditory fear conditioning. Journal of Neuroscience, 29(15). Published online May 4 at http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/eletters/29/15/4888. Link | PDF

180. Weinberger, N.M. (2010). Plasticity in the primary auditory cortex: Substrate of specific long-term memory traces. In: G.F. Koob, M. Le Moal and R.F. Thompson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience (Vol. 3, pp. 79–86). Oxford: Academic Press. PDF

181. Bieszczad, K.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (2010). Remodeling the cortex in memory: Increased use of a learning strategy increases the representational area of relevant acoustic cues. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 94(2), 127–144. PDF

182. Weinberger, N.M. (2011). Reconceptualizing the primary auditory cortex: Learning, memory and specific plasticity. In: J.A. Winer and C.E. Schreiner (Eds.), The Auditory Cortex (chap. 22, pp. 465–491). New York: Springer. PDF

183. Miasnikov, A.A., Chen, J.C. and Weinberger, N.M. (2011). Consolidation and long-term retention of an implanted behavioral memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 95(3), 286–295. PDF

184. Weinberger, N.M. and Bieszczad, K.M. (2011). From traditional fixed cortical sensationism to contemporary plasticity of primary sensory cortical representations. In: J.A. Gottfried (Ed.), Neurobiology of Sensation and Reward (Frontiers in Neuroscience series, chap. 1, pp. 3–13). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. (ISBN: 978-1-4200-6726-2)

185. Weinberger, N.M. (2011). The medial geniculate, not the amygdala, as the root of auditory fear conditioning. Hearing Research, 274(1–2), 61–74. PDF

186. Headley, D.B. and Weinberger, N.M. (2011). Gamma-band activation predicts both associative memory and cortical plasticity. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(36), 12748–12758. PDF

187. Weinberger, N.M. (2012). Memory code. In: N.M. Seel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (pp. 2161–2163). New York: Springer. (ISBN: 978-1-4419-1427-9) PDF

188. Bieszczad, K.M. and Weinberger, N.M. (2012). Extinction reveals that primary sensory cortex predicts reinforcement outcome. European Journal of Neuroscience, 35(4), 598–613. PDF

189. Weinberger, N.M. (2012). Plasticity in the primary auditory cortex, not what you think it is: Implications for basic and clinical auditory neuroscience. Otolaryngology, S3(002), 1–8. Published online Mar 12 at http://www.omicsonline.org/2161-119X/2161-119X-S3-002.pdf. (Special issue entitled Auditory Neuro-Plasticity) Link | PDF

190. Bieszczad, K.M., Kant, R., Constantinescu, C.C., Pandey, S.K., Kawai, H.D., Metherate, R., Weinberger, N.M. and Mukherjee, J. (2012). Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in rat forebrain that bind 18F-nifene: Relating PET imaging, autoradiography, and behavior. Synapse, 66(5), 418–434. PDF

191. Miasnikov, A.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (2012). Detection of an inhibitory cortical gradient underlying peak shift in learning: a neural basis for a false memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 98(4), 368–379. PDF

192. Chavez, C.M., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (2012). Amygdala strengthening of cortical memory representations. In: B. Ferry (Ed.), The Amygdala: A Discrete Multitasking Manager (chap. 7, pp. 171–202). New York: InTech. (ISBN: 978-953-51-0908-2) PDF

193. Chavez, C.M., McGaugh, J.L. and Weinberger, N.M. (2013). Activation of the basolateral amygdala induces long-term enhancement of specific memory representations in the cerebral cortex. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 101, 8–18. PDF

194. Headley, D.B. and Weinberger, N.M. (2013). Fear conditioning enhances gamma oscillations and their entrainment of neurons representing the conditioned stimulus. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(13), 5705–5717. PDF

195. Weinberger, N.M., Miasnikov, A.A., Bieszczad, K.M. and Chen, J.C. (2013). Gamma band plasticity in sensory cortex is a signature of the strongest memory rather than memory of the training stimulus. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 104, 49–63. PDF

196. Bieszczad, K.M., Miasnikov, A.A. and Weinberger, N.M. (2013). Remodeling sensory cortical maps implants specific behavioral memory. Neuroscience, 246, 40–51. PDF

197. Weinberger, N.M. (2014). Neuromusic research: Some benefits of incorporating basic research on the neurobiology of auditory learning and memory. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 7(128), 1–2. PDF

198. Headley, D.B. and Weinberger, N.M. (2014, in press). Relational associative learning induces cross-modal plasticity in early visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex.

199. Weinberger, N.M. (2015, in press). New perspectives on the auditory cortex: Learning and memory. In: G.G. Celesia and G. Hickok (Eds.), The Human Auditory System: Fundamental Organization and Clinical Disorders (Handbook of Clinical Neurology, chap. 8). New York: Elsevier. (ISBN: 978-0-444-62630-1) (Expected release April 12, 2015)

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