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Karyn Frick
Karyn Frick
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Age-related spatial reference and working memory deficits assessed in the water maze
KM Frick, MG Baxter, AL Markowska, DS Olton, DL Price
Neurobiology of aging 16 (2), 149-160, 1995
3991995
Enrichment enhances spatial memory and increases synaptophysin levels in aged female mice
KM Frick, SM Fernandez
Neurobiology of aging 24 (4), 615-626, 2003
3912003
Estradiol-induced enhancement of object memory consolidation involves hippocampal extracellular signal-regulated kinase activation and membrane-bound estrogen receptors
SM Fernandez, MC Lewis, AS Pechenino, LL Harburger, PT Orr, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (35), 8660-8667, 2008
3292008
Reference memory, anxiety and estrous cyclicity in C57BL/6NIA mice are affected by age and sex
KM Frick, LA Burlingame, JA Arters, J Berger-Sweeney
Neuroscience 95 (1), 293-307, 1999
3011999
Estrogen replacement improves spatial reference memory and increases hippocampal synaptophysin in aged female mice
KM Frick, SM Fernandez, SC Bulinski
Neuroscience 115 (2), 547-558, 2002
2562002
Estrogens and age-related memory decline in rodents: what have we learned and where do we go from here?
KM Frick
Hormones and behavior 55 (1), 2-23, 2009
2462009
Sex differences in the behavioral response to spatial and object novelty in adult C57BL/6 mice.
KM Frick, JE Gresack
Behavioral neuroscience 117 (6), 1283, 2003
2432003
Epigenetic alterations regulate estradiol-induced enhancement of memory consolidation
Z Zhao, L Fan, KM Frick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (12), 5605-5610, 2010
2332010
Long-term continuous, but not daily, environmental enrichment reduces spatial memory decline in aged male mice
JC Bennett, PA McRae, LJ Levy, KM Frick
Neurobiology of learning and memory 85 (2), 139-152, 2006
2302006
Different types of environmental enrichment have discrepant effects on spatial memory and synaptophysin levels in female mice
TJ Lambert, SM Fernandez, KM Frick
Neurobiology of learning and memory 83 (3), 206-216, 2005
2282005
Sex differences in the brain: Implications for behavioral and biomedical research
E Choleris, LAM Galea, F Sohrabji, KM Frick
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 85, 126-145, 2018
2232018
The memory-enhancing effects of hippocampal estrogen receptor activation involve metabotropic glutamate receptor signaling
MI Boulware, JD Heisler, KM Frick
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (38), 15184-15194, 2013
2232013
Sex steroid hormones matter for learning and memory: estrogenic regulation of hippocampal function in male and female rodents
KM Frick, J Kim, JJ Tuscher, AM Fortress
Learning & Memory 22 (9), 472-493, 2015
2222015
Effects of environmental enrichment on spatial memory and neurochemistry in middle-aged mice
KM Frick, NA Stearns, JY Pan, J Berger-Sweeney
Learning & Memory 10 (3), 187-198, 2003
2032003
Mice are not little rats: species differences in a one-day water maze task
KM Frick, ET Stillner, J Berger-Sweeney
Neuroreport 11 (16), 3461-3465, 2000
1932000
Sex differences in hippocampal function
WA Koss, KM Frick
Journal of neuroscience research 95 (1-2), 539-562, 2017
1792017
Why estrogens matter for behavior and brain health
LAM Galea, KM Frick, E Hampson, F Sohrabji, E Choleris
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 76, 363-379, 2017
1782017
Post-training estrogen enhances spatial and object memory consolidation in female mice
JE Gresack, KM Frick
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 84 (1), 112-119, 2006
1762006
Molecular mechanisms underlying the memory-enhancing effects of estradiol
KM Frick
Hormones and behavior 74, 4-18, 2015
1742015
Men and women differ in object memory but not performance of a virtual radial maze.
LJ Levy, RS Astur, KM Frick
Behavioral neuroscience 119 (4), 853, 2005
1742005
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