Below you will find recent articles and other materials sent in to our office of work resulting from collaborations of UWM undergraduates and faculty.
- Fowler-Finn, K.D., D.C. Cruz, & R.L. Rodriguez, “Local Population Density and Group Composition Influence the Signal-Preference Relationship in Enchenopa Treehoppers (Hemiptera: Membracidae),” Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (2017): 13-25.
- Kwapis, J.L., Jarome, T.J., Lee, J.L., Gilmartin, M.R. & Helmstetter, F.J., “Extinguishing Trace Fear Engages the Retrosplenial Cortex rather than the Amygdala,” Neurobiology of Learning & Memory 113 (2014):41-54.
- Jahanian, Omid, Alyssa J. Schnorenberg, Lianna Hawi, and Brooke A. Slavens, “Upper Extremity Joint Dynamics and Electromyography (EMG) during Standard and Geared Manual Wheelchair Propulsion,” presented at American Society of Biomechanics 2015.
- Kwapis, J.L., Jarome, T.J., Lee, J.L. & Helmstetter, F.J., “The Retrosplenial Cortex Is Involved in the Formation of Memory for Context and Trace Fear Conditioning,” Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 123 (2015):110-116.
- Benesh, Sara C., Jennifer K. Jacobson, Amanda Schaefer, and Nicole Simmons, “Supreme Court GVRs and Lower-Court Reactions,” Justice System Journal 35.2 (2014): 162-77.
- Siwiec, Stephan G., Taylor P. Davine, Rachel C. Kresser, Michelle M. Rohde, and Han-Joo Lee, “Modifying Thought-Action Fusion Via a Single-Session Computerized Interpretation Training,” Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 12 (2017): 15-22.
- Alexander Arnold, et al., “Development of GABAA Receptor Subtype-Selective Imidazobenzodiazepines as Novel Asthma Treatments,” Molecular Pharmaceutics 13.6 (2016): 2026-38.
- Wang, Jinsung, Arthur D’Amato, Jennifer Bambrough, Ann M. Swartz, and Nora E. Miller, “A Positive Association between Active Lifestyle and Hemispheric Lateralization for Motor Control and Learning in Older Adults,” Behavioural Brain Research 314 (2016) 38-44.
- Doering, Jennifer J, Alexis Marvin, and Samantha Strook, “Parent Decision Factors, Safety Strategies, and Fears about Infant Sleep Locations,” Applied Nursing Research 34 (2017) 29-33.