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Joseph LeDoux

Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Professor, Department of Psychiatry


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212/998-3937
Joseph.LeDoux@nyumc.org


Modulation of instrumental responding by a conditioned threat stimulus requires lateral and central amygdala
Campese, Vincent D; Gonzaga, Rosemary; Moscarello, Justin M; LeDoux, Joseph E. Modulation of instrumental responding by a conditioned threat stimulus requires lateral and central amygdala. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. 2015 Oct 30;9:293-293 (1839382)

Effect of acute administration of agomelatine on the memory processes triggered by threat responses to an auditory stimulus in rats
Gracia, CGabriel; Mocaer, E; Seguin, L; Diaz-Mataix, L; Ledoux, J. Effect of acute administration of agomelatine on the memory processes triggered by threat responses to an auditory stimulus in rats [Meeting Abstract]. European neuropsychopharmacology. 2015 SEP;25:S432-S433 (1882552)

Beyond the amygdala: Linguistic threat modulates peri-sylvian semantic access cortices
Weisholtz, Daniel S; Root, James C; Butler, Tracy; Tuscher, Oliver; Epstein, Jane; Pan, Hong; Protopopescu, Xenia; Goldstein, Martin; Isenberg, Nancy; Brendel, Gary; LeDoux, Joseph; Silbersweig, David A; Stern, Emily. Beyond the amygdala: Linguistic threat modulates peri-sylvian semantic access cortices. Brain & language. 2015 Nov 11;151:12-22 (1848492)

Extinction resistant changes in the human auditory association cortex following threat learning
Apergis-Schoute, Annemieke M; Schiller, Daniela; Ledoux, Joseph E; Phelps, Elizabeth A. Extinction resistant changes in the human auditory association cortex following threat learning. Neurobiology of learning & memory. 2014 Feb 11;113:109-114 (816632)

Lesions of lateral or central amygdala abolish aversive Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer in rats
Campese, Vincent D; Kim, Jeanny; Lazaro-Munoz, Gabriel; Pena, Lashawn; LeDoux, Joseph E; Cain, Christopher K. Lesions of lateral or central amygdala abolish aversive Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer in rats. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. 2014 May 7;8:161-161 (1005012)