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Memory and the brain.
- L. T. Robertson
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of dental education
This review summarizes some of the recent advances in the neurobiology of memory and focuses on the conscious recollection of one's experience of events and facts and on memories tied to emotional responses.
Jaw movement dysfunction related to Parkinson's disease and partially modified by levodopa.
- L. T. Robertson, J. Hammerstad
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
- 1 January 1996
Parkinson's disease affects the central programming of functionally related muscles involved in voluntary and rhythmic jaw movements and levodopa replacement influences only certain aspects of jaw movement, most likely those requiring sensory feedback.
Site of deep brain stimulation and jaw velocity in Parkinson disease.
- L. T. Robertson, R. S. St George, P. Carlson-Kuhta, P. Hogarth, K. Burchiel, F. Horak
- MedicineJournal of neurosurgery
- 1 November 2011
The authors' results suggest that either the electrode implant in STN or the subsequent period of continuous STN stimulation negatively affected voluntary jaw velocity, including the loss of the preoperative levodopa-induced improvement.
Vagal and somatic representation by the climbing fiber system in lobule V of the cat cerebellum
The results suggest that vagal input into the cerebellum could have important modulatory effects on the Cerebellar somatosensory input.
Somatotopic organization of climbing fiber projections from low threshold cutaneous afferents to pars intermedia of cerebellar cortex in the cat
Morphological changes associated with chronic cerebellar stimulation in the human.
✓ The histopathology associated with chronic cerebellar stimulation is described for three human cerebellum and brain-stem specimens obtained at autopsy. The specimens were from three severely…
Climbing fiber representation of the renal afferent nerve in the vermal cortex of the cat cerebellum
The results of this study, in conjunction with studies showing climbing fiber representation of the vagal and splanchnic nerves, further substantiate role of the cerebellum in autonomic functions.
Vibration perception thresholds of human maxillary and mandibular central incisors.
Assessments of Axial Motor Control during Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinsonian Patients
OBJECTIVEWe tested the hypothesis that bilateral deep brain stimulation (DBS) in the globus pallidus internus or the subthalamic nucleus improves various components of postural and oromotor function…
The structure and connections of the developing inferior olivary nucleus of the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta)
Structural and morphological changes were examined in the inferior olivary complex of 25 rhesus monkeys that were 60 days gestation to three months after parturition. At different ages, one‐half…