Publications here are grouped by general theme.  Some publications relevant to current, ongoing projects in the lab are also linked from the corresponding Research page(s).  An up-to-date list of peer-reviewed articles can also be searched on PubMed.

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Review papers

Linster C, Cleland TA (2016)  Neuromodulation of olfactory transformations.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology 40:170-177.

Barron AB, Hebets EA, Cleland TA, Fitzpatrick CL, Hauber ME, Stevens JR (2015)  Embracing multiple definitions of learning.  Trends in Neurosciences 38(7):405-407.

Tong MT, Peace ST, Cleland TA (2014)  Properties and mechanisms of olfactory learning and memory.  Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 8:238. 

Linster C, Fontanini A (2014)  Functional neuromodulation of chemosensation in vertebrates. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 29C:82-87

Cleland TA (2014)  Construction of odor representations by olfactory bulb microcircuits. Progress in Brain Research 208:177-203.

Zaidi Q, Victor J, Bensmaia S, McDermott J, Geffen M, Cleland TA (2013)  Perceptual spaces: mathematical structures to neural mechanisms.  Journal of Neuroscience 33(45):17597-17602.

Devore S, Linster C (2012)  Noradrenergic and cholinergic modulation of olfactory bulb sensory processing. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 6:52.

Linster C, Nai Q, Ennis M (2011)  Non-linear effects of noradrenergic modulation of olfactory bulb function in adult rodents.  Journal of Neurophysiology 105(4):1432-1443.

Cleland TA (2010)  Early transformations in odor representation.  Trends in Neurosciences 33(3):130-139.

Linster C, Cleland TA (2009)  Glomerular microcircuits in the olfactory bulb.  Neural Networks 22(8) :1169-1173.

Mandairon N, Linster C  (2009)  Odor perception and olfactory bulb plasticity in adult mammals.  Journal of Neurophysiology 101(5): 2204-2209.

Nadim F, Brezina V, Destexhe A, Linster C (2008)  State dependence of network output: modeling and experiments.  Journal of Neuroscience 28(46): 11806-11813.

Wilson DA, Linster C (2008)  Neurobiology of a simple memory.  Journal of Neurophysiology 100:2-7.

Schoenfeld TA, Cleland TA (2005)  Anatomical contributions to odorant sampling and representation in rodents:  zoning in on sniffing behavior.  Chemical Senses 31(2):131-144.

Cleland TA, Linster C (2005)  Computation in the olfactory system.  Chemical Senses 30(9):801-813.

Schoenfeld TA, Cleland TA (2005)  The anatomical logic of smell.  Trends in Neurosciences 28(11):620-627.

Linster C, Cleland TA  (2002)  Cholinergic modulation of sensory representations in the olfactory bulb.  Neural Networks 15(4-6):709-717.

Linster C, Hasselmo ME (2001)  Neuromodulation and the functional dynamics of piriform cortex. Chemical Senses 26(5):585-594.

Fellous J-M, Linster C  (1998)  Computational models of neuromodulation: a review.  Neural Computation 10:791-825.

Masson C, Danty E, Linster C (1995)  Discrimination of odorant semiochemicals in insects: molecular and cellular bases.  Bull. de Soc. Zool. de France 120(3):231-244.

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Theoretical neuroscience and neuromorphic algorithms

McIntyre AB, Cleland TA (2016)  Biophysical constraints on lateral inhibition in the olfactory bulb.  Journal of Neurophysiology 115(6):2937-2949.

Li G, Linster C, Cleland TA (2015)  Functional differentiation of cholinergic and noradrenergic modulation in a biophysical model of olfactory bulb granule cells.  Journal of Neurophysiology 114(6):3177-3200.

de Almeida L, Reiner SJ, Ennis M, Linster C (2015)  Computational modeling suggests distinct, location-specific function of norepinephrine in olfactory bulb and piriform cortex.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 9:73.

Sethupathy P, Rubin DB, Li G, Cleland TA (2013)  A model of electrophysiological heterogeneity in periglomerular cells.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 7:49.

Li G, Cleland TA (2013)  A two-layer biophysical model of cholinergic neuromodulation in olfactory bulb.  Journal of Neuroscience 33(7): 3037-3058.

de Almeida LB, Idiart MA, Linster C (2013) A model of cholinergic modulation in olfactory bulb and cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 109(5): 1360-1377.

Imam N, Cleland TA, Manohar R, Merolla PA, Arthur JV, Akopyan F, Modha DS (2012).  Implementation of olfactory bulb glomerular-layer computations in a digital neurosynaptic core.  Frontiers in Neuroscience 6:83.

Cleland TA, Linster C (2012)  On-center/inhibitory-surround decorrelation via intraglomerular inhibition in the olfactory bulb glomerular layer.  Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 6:5.

Linster C, Nai Q, and Ennis M (2011) Non-linear effects of noradrenergic modulation of olfactory bulb function in adult rodents.  Journal of Neurophysiology 105(4): 1432-1443.

Linster C, Cleland TA (2010).  Decorrelation of odor representations via spike timing-dependent plasticity.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 10(4): 157

Cleland TA (2008).  The construction of olfactory representations.  In: Mechanisms of information processing in the brain: encoding of information in neural populations, Holscher C, Munk M, eds.  Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press, pp. 247-280.

David F, Linster C, Cleland TA (2008).  Lateral dendritic shunt inhibition can regularize mitral cell spike patterning.  Journal of Computational Neuroscience 25(1):25-38.

Cleland TA, Johnson BA, Leon M, Linster C (2007)  Relational representation in the olfactory system.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 104(6):1953-1958.

Rubin DB, Cleland TA (2006)  Dynamical mechanisms of odor processing in olfactory bulb mitral cells.  Journal of Neurophysiology 96(2):555-568.

Cleland TA, Sethupathy P (2006)  Non-topographical contrast enhancement in the olfactory bulb.  BMC Neuroscience 7:7

Linster C, Sachse S, Galizia CG (2005) Computational modeling suggests that that response properties rather than spatial position determine connectivity between olfactory glomeruli.  Journal of Neurophysiology 93(6): 3410-3417.

Linster C, Cleland TA  (2004)  Configurational and elemental mixture perception can arise from lateral inhibition.  Journal of Computational Neuroscience 16(1):39-47.

Linster C, Maloney M, Patil M, Hasselmo ME (2003) Enhanced cholinergic suppression of previously strengthened synapses enables the formation of self-organized representations in olfactory cortex.  Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 80(3): 302-314.

Cleland TA, Linster C  (2002)  How synchronization properties among second order sensory neurons can mediate stimulus salience.  Behavioral Neuroscience 116(2):212-221.

Linster C, Cleland TA. (2001)  How spike synchronization among olfactory neurons can contribute to sensory discrimination.  Journal of Computational Neuroscience 10:187-193.

Cleland TA, Linster C  (1999)  Concentration tuning mediated by spare receptor capacity in olfactory sensory neurons: a theoretical study.  Neural Computation 11(7):1673-1690.

Alkasab TK, Bozza TC, Cleland TA, Dorries KM, Pearce TC, White J, Kauer JS  (1999) Characterizing complex chemosensors:  information-theoretic analysis of olfactory systems.  Trends in Neurosciences 22(3):102-108.

Linster C, Smith BH (1997)  A computational model of the response of honeybee antennal lobe circuitry to odor mixtures: overshadowing, blocking and unblocking can arise from lateral inhibition. Behavioural Brain Research 87: 1-14.

Hasselmo ME, Linster C, Ma D, Celik M (1997)  Noradrenergic suppression of synaptic transmission enhances signal-to-noise ratio.  Journal of Neurophysiology 77(6): 3326-3339.

Linster C, Hasselmo ME (1997) Modulation of inhibition in an olfactory bulb model reduces overlap in the neural representation of olfactory stimuli.  Behavioural Brain Research 84: 117-127.

Linster C, Gervais R (1996) Investigation of the role of interneurons and their modulation by centrifugal fibers in a neural model of the olfactory bulb.  Journal of Computational Neuroscience 3: 225-246.

Linster C, Masson C (1996) A neural model of olfactory sensory memory in the honeybee’s antennal lobe.  Neural Computation 8(1): 94-114.

Linster C, Dreyfus G (1996) A model for pheromone discrimination in the insect antennal lobe: investigation of the role of neuronal response pattern complexity.  Chemical Senses 21: 19-27.

Masson C, Linster C (1996) Towards a cognitive understanding of odor discrimination: combining experimental and theoretical approaches.  Behavioural Processes 35: 63-82.

Linster C, Kerszberg M, Masson C (1994) How neurons may compute: the case of insect sexual pheromone discrimination.  Journal of Computational Neuroscience 1(3): 231-238.

Linster C, Masson C, Kerszberg M, Personnaz L, Dreyfus G (1993) Computational diversity in a formal model of the insect macroglomerulus.  Neural Computation 5:239-252.

 

Neural plasticity and neurogenesis

Mandairon N, Kermen F, Charpentier C, Sacquet J, Linster C, Didier A (2014)  Context-driven activation of odor representations in the absence of olfactory stimuli in the olfactory bulb and piriform cortex. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 8:138.

Drake NM, DeVito LM, Cleland TA, Soloway PD (2011)  Imprinted Rasgrf1 expression in neonatal mice affects olfactory learning and memory.  Genes, Brain and Behavior 10(4) :392-403.

Chaudhury D, Manella L, Arellanos L, Escanilla O, Cleland TA, Linster C (2010)  Olfactory bulb habituation to odor stimuli.  Behavioral Neuroscience 124(4) :490-499.

Drake NM, Park YJ, Shirali AS, Cleland TA, Soloway PD (2009)  Imprint switch mutations at Rasgrf1 support conflict hypothesis of imprinting and define a growth control mechanism upstream of IGF1.  Mammalian Genome 20(9-10):654-63.

Moreno M, Linster C, Escanilla O, Sacquet J, Didier A, Mandairon N (2009) Olfactory perceptual learning requires adult neurogenesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106(42): 17980-17985.

Linster C, Menon AV, Singh CY, Wilson DA (2009)  Odor-specific habituation arises from interaction of afferent synaptic adaptation and intrinsic synaptic potentiation in olfactory cortex.  Learning & Memory 16(7): 452-459.

Bath KG, Mandairon N, Rajagopal R, Kapoor R, Jing D, Chen Z-Y, Khan T, Proenca CC, Kraemer R, Cleland TA, Hempstead BL, Chao MV, Lee FS (2008).  Variant BDNF (Val66Met) alters adult olfactory bulb neurogenesis and spontaneous olfactory discrimination.  Journal of Neuroscience 28(10):2383-2393.

Escanilla O, Mandairon N, Linster C (2008) Odor-reward learning and enrichment have similar effects on odor perception.  Physiology and Behavior 94(4):621-626.

Mandairon N, Didier A, Linster C (2008) Odor enrichment increases interneurons responsiveness in spatially defined regions of the olfactory bulb correlated with perception. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 90(1):178-184.

McNamara AM, Magidson PD, Linster C, Wilson DA, Cleland TA (2008)  Distinct neural mechanisms mediate olfactory memory formation at different timescales.  Learning & Memory 15(3):117-125.

Kiselycznyk CL, Zhang S, Linster C (2006). Role of centrifugal projections to the olfactory bulb in olfactory processing. Learning & Memory 13(5):575-579.

Mandairon N, Stack C, Linster C (2006) Olfactory enrichment improves the recognition of individual components in binary mixtures in adult rats.  Physiology and Behavior 89(3):379-384.

Mandairon N, Stack C, Kiselycznyk C, Linster C (2006) Broad activation of the olfactory bulb produces long-lasting changes in odor perception in rats.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103(36):13543-13548.

Linster C, Henry L, Kadohisa M, Wilson DA (2007) Synaptic adaptation and odor-background segmentation.  Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 87(3):352-360.

Mandairon N, Stack C, Kiselycznyk C, Linster C (2006) Enrichment to odors improves olfactory discrimination in adult rats. Behavioral Neuroscience 120(1):173-179.

McNamara AM, Cleland TA, Linster C (2004)  Characterization of the synaptic properties of olfactory bulb projections.  Chemical Senses 29(3):225-233.

Ennis M, Linster C, Aroniadou-Anderjaska V, Ciombor K, Shipley MT (1998) Glutamate and synaptic plasticity at mammalian primary olfactory synapses. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 855: 457-466.

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Learning, memory, and behaviorial performance

Manella L, Woldeyohannes L, McMahon D, Linster C (2016)  Effects of experimentally necessary changes in husbandry on olfactory memory: chronic food restriction and social isolation.  Physiology & Behavior 155:38-45.

Hackett C, Choi C, O’Brien B, Shin P, Linster C (2015)  Odor memory and discrimination covary as a function of delay between encoding and recall in rats.  Chemical Senses 40(5): 315-323.

Wu JQ, Peters GJ, Rittner P, Cleland TA, Smith DM (2014).  The hippocampus, medial prefrontal cortex, and selective memory retrieval:  evidence from a rodent model of the retrieval-induced forgetting effect.  Hippocampus 24(9):1070-1080.

Devore S, Lee J, Linster C (2013)  Odor preferences shape discrimination learning in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience 127(4): 498-504

Freedman KG, Radhakrishna S, Escanilla O, Linster C (2013) Duration and specificity of olfactory nonassociative memory.  Chemical Senses 38(4):369-375.

Cleland TA, Chen ST, Hozer KW, Ukatu HN, Wong KJ, Zheng F (2011)  Sequential mechanisms underlying concentration invariance in biological olfaction.  Frontiers in Neuroengineering 4: 21.

Cleland TA, Narla VA, Boudadi K (2009).  Multiple learning parameters differentially regulate olfactory generalization.  Behavioral Neuroscience 123(1):26-35.

McNamara AM, Magidson PD, Linster C (2007)  Binary mixture perception is affected by concentration of odor components. Behavioral Neuroscience 121(5): 1132-1136.

Armstrong CM, DeVito LM, Cleland TA (2006)  One-trial associative odor learning in neonatal mice.  Chemical Senses 31(2):131-144.

Cleland TA, Narla VA (2003)  Intensity modulation of olfactory acuity.  Behavioral Neuroscience 117(6):1434-1440.

Wiltrout C, Dogra S, Linster C (2003)  Configurational and non-configurational odor mixture perception. Behavioral Neuroscience, 117(2): 236-245.

Linster C, Johnson B, Yue EL, Morse A, Leon M (2002) Spontaneous versus reinforced olfactory discriminations. Journal of Neuroscience 22(16):6842-6845.

Giannaris EL, Cleland TA, Linster C  (2002)  Intramodal blocking between olfactory stimuli in rats.  Physiology & Behavior 75(5):717-722.

Cleland TA, Morse A, Yue EL, Linster C  (2002)  Behavioral models of odor similarity.  Behavioral Neuroscience 116(2):222-231.

Linster C, Johnson B,  Yue EL, Morse A, Choi Y, Choi M, Messiha A, Leon M (2001)  Perceptual correlates of neural representations evoked by odorant enantiomers.  Journal of Neuroscience 24(4): 9837-9843.

Linster C, Hasselmo ME (1999)  Behavioral responses to aliphatic aldehydes can be predicted from electrophysiological responses of mitral cells in the olfactory bulb.  Physiology and Behavior, 66(3): 497-502.

Linster C, Smith BH (1999) Generalization between odor mixtures and their components in the rat.  Physiology and Behavior 66(4): 701-707.

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Neuromodulation (behavior and in vivo neurophysiology)

Devore S, Pender Morris N, Dean O, Smith DM, Linster C (2015)  Basal forebrain dynamics during non-associative and associative olfactory learning.  Journal of Neurophysiology 115(1):423-433.

Devore S, de Almeida L, Linster C (2014)  Distinct roles of bulbar muscarinic and nicotinic receptors in olfactory discrimination learning.   Journal of Neuroscience. 34(34): 11244-11260.

Manella LC, Alperin S, Linster C (2013) Stressors impair odor recognition memory via an olfactory bulb-dependent noradrenergic mechanism.  Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 7:97.

Dillon TS, Fox LC, Han C, Linster C (2013)  17β-estradiol enhances memory duration in the main olfactory bulb in CD-1 mice.  Behavioral Neuroscience 127(6): 923-931.

Escanilla O, Alperin S, Youssef M, Linster C (2012)  Noradrenergic but not cholinergic modulation of olfactory bulb during processing of near threshold stimuli.  Behavioral Neuroscience 126(5): 720-728.

Devore S, Manella LC, Linster C (2012) Blocking muscarinic receptors in the olfactory bulb impairs performance on an olfactory short-term memory task. Frontiers in  Behavioral  Neuroscience 6:59.

Mandairon N, Peace ST, Boudadi K, Boxhorn CE, Narla VA, Suffis SD, Cleland TA (2011).  Compensatory responses to age-related decline in odor quality acuity: cholinergic neuromodulation and olfactory enrichment.  Neurobiology of Aging 32: 2254-2265.

Nai Q, Dong HW, Linster C, Ennis M (2010) Activation of α1 and α2 noradrenergic receptors exert opposing effects on excitability of main olfactory bulb granule cells.  Neuroscience 169(2): 882-892.

Escanilla O, Arrellanos A, Karnow A, Ennis M, Linster C (2010) Noradrenergic modulation of odor detection and discrimination thresholds.  European Journal of Neuroscience 32(3): 458-468.

Escanilla O, Yuhas C, Marzan D, Linster C (2009) Dopaminergic modulation of olfactory bulb processing affects odor discrimination learning in rats.  Behavioral Neuroscience 123(4): 828-833.

Nai Q, Dong HW, Hayar A, Linster C, Ennis M (2009) Noradrenergic regulation of GABAergic inhibition of main olfactory bulb mitral cells varies as a function of concentration and receptor subtype.  Journal of Neurophysiology 101(5): 2472-2484.

Chaudhury D, Escanilla O, Linster C (2009) Bulbar acetylcholine enhances neural and perceptual odor discrimination . Journal of Neuroscience 29(1): 52-90.

Mandairon N, Peace S, Karnow A, Kim J, Ennis M, Linster C (2008)  Noradrenergic modulation in the olfactory bulb influences spontaneous and reward-driven discrimination, but not the formation of habituation memory.  European Journal of Neuroscience 27(5): 1210-9.

Guerin D, Peace ST, Didier A, Linster C, Cleland TA (2008).  Noradrenergic neuromodulation in the olfactory bulb modulates odor habituation and spontaneous discrimination.  Behavioral Neuroscience 122(4):816-826.

Mandairon N, Ferretti CJ, Stack CM, Rubin DB, Cleland TA, Linster C (2006)  Cholinergic modulation in the olfactory bulb influences spontaneous olfactory discrimination in adult rats.  European Journal of Neuroscience 24:3234-3244.

Wei CJ, Linster C, Cleland TA (2006)  Dopamine D2 receptor activation modulates perceived odor intensity.  Behavioral Neuroscience 120(2):393-400.

Pavlis M, Ferretti C, Levy A, Gupta N, Linster C (2006)  L-DOPA improves odor discrimination learning in rats. Physiology & Behavior 87(1): 109-113.

Yue EL, Cleland TA, Pavlis M, Linster C (2004)  Opposing effects of D1 and D2 receptor activation on odor discrimination learning.  Behavioral Neuroscience 118(1):184-190.

Linster C, Garcia P, Hasselmo ME, Baxter MG (2001)  Selective loss of cholinergic neurons projecting to the olfactory system increases perceptual generalization between similar, but not dissimilar, odorants.  Behavioral Neuroscience 115(4): 826-833.

Wyble BP, Linster C, Hasselmo, ME (2000)  Size of CA1 evoked potentials is related to theta rhythm phase in rat hippocampus.  Journal of Neurophysiology 83(4): 2138-2144.

Linster C, Hasselmo ME (2000)  Neural activity in the horizontal limb of the diagonal band of Broca can be modulated by electrical stimulation of olfactory pathways.  Neuroscience Letters 282(3): 157-160.

Linster C, Wyble B, Hasselmo ME (1999)  Modulation of synaptic potentials in the piriform cortex by electrical stimulation of the horizontal limb of the diagonal band of Broca.  Journal of Neurophysiology 81(6): 2737-2742.

Patil MM, Linster C, Lubenov E, Hasselmo ME (1998)  Cholinergic modulation facilitates associative LTP in piriform cortex.  Journal of Neurophysiology 80:2467-2474.

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Olfactory bulb slice recordings from multielectrode arrays

Johnson B, Peace ST, Cleland TA, Molnar A (2013).  A 50 µm pitch, 1120-channel, 20 kHz frame rate microelectrode array for slice recording.  IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems (BioCAS).  doi: 10.1109/BioCAS.2013.6679651. 

Johnson B, Peace ST, Wang A, Cleland TA, Molnar A (2013).  A 768-channel CMOS microelectrode array with angle-sensitive pixels for neuronal recording.  IEEE Sensors Journal 13(9): 3211-3218.

Johnson B, Peace ST, Cleland TA, Molnar A (2011).  A scalable CMOS sensor array for neuronal recording and imaging.  IEEE Sensors, 924-927.

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Technical and tool development

Farrar MJ, Bernstein IM, Schlafer DH, Cleland TA, Fetcho JR, Schaffer CB (2012)  Chronic in vivo imaging in the mouse spinal cord using an implanted chamber.  Nature Methods 9(3):297-302.

Cleland TA, Teres JJ (2003)  Inexpensive ethography using digital video.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods 125(1-2): 1-6.

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General reviews / Book chapters

Linster C, Cleland TA (2014)  Computational modeling of olfactory behavior. In : Jaeger D, Jung R (eds.) Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience: SpringerReference (www.springerreference.com). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

Cleland TA (2013)  Olfactory computation in glomerular microcircuits.  In : Jaeger D, Jung R (eds.) Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience: SpringerReference (www.springerreference.com).  Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

Linster C, Cleland TA (2013).  Spatiotemporal coding in the olfactory system.  In: 20 Years of Computational Neuroscience, Bower JM, ed.  New York: Springer.

Cleland TA (2009).  Olfactory bulb: functional architecture.  In:  Encyclopedia of Perception, Goldstein EB, ed.  London: Sage Publications, pp. 679-685.

Cleland TA (2009).  Contrast enhancement.  In:  Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Binder MD, Hirokawa N, Windhorst U, eds.  Berlin: Springer, pp. 876-880.

Cleland TA, Linster C (2008).  Olfactory systems theory.  In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Squire L, Albright T, Bloom F, Gage F, Spitzer N, eds.  New York: Elsevier, pp. 177-185.

Linster C, Cleland TA (2008).  Modeling of olfactory processing.  In: The senses: a comprehensive reference.  Volume 4: Olfaction and taste, Firestein S, Beauchamp GK, eds.  San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 707-717.

Cleland TA, Linster C  (2003)  Central olfactory processing.  In:  Handbook of olfaction and gustation, 2nd ed, Doty RL, ed.  New York: Marcel Dekker, pp. 165-180.

Linster C, Hasselmo ME, Wilson M, Shepherd GM (2003) Olfactory cortex.  In:  Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, Arbib M, ed.  MIT Press, pp. 810-815.

Hasselmo ME, Linster C (1998) Neuromodulation and memory function.  In:  Beyond neurotransmission: the role of neuromodulation in information flow and neuronal circuit flexibility, Katz PS, ed. Oxford University Press.

Hasselmo ME, Linster C (1997) Acetycholine and frontal lobe signal-to-noise ratio.  In:  The human frontal lobe: function and disorders, Miller BL, Cummings  JL, eds.  The Guilford Press.

Linster C, Hasselmo ME (1997) Olfactory delayed match-to-sample in a combined model of olfactory bulb and cortex. In: Computation and Neural Systems, Bower JM, ed.  Plenum Press.

Patil M, Linster C, Hasselmo ME (1997) Cholinergic modulation of inhibitory synaptic transmission in the piriform cortex. In:  Computational Neuroscience: Trends in Research, Bower JM, ed.  New York: Plenum Press, pp. 159-165.

Hasselmo ME, Linster C (1998) Modeling the piriform cortex.  In: Cerebral Cortex, Volume 13: Models of cortical circuits, Ulinski PS, Jones EG, Peters A, eds.  New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press, pp. 525-560.

Linster C, Masson C (1995) Odor processing in the honeybee’s antennal lobe glomeruli: modeling sensory memory.  In: The neurobiology of computation, Bower JM, ed.  Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 263-269.

Linster C, Kerszberg M, Masson C (1994) Pheromone detection, ratio discrimination, and oscillations: a new approach to olfactory coding.  In:  Computation in Neurons and Neural Systems, Eeckman FH, ed.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 179-184.

Linster C, Masson C, Kerszberg M, Personnaz L, Dreyfus G (1993) Formal model of the insect olfactory macroglomerulus.  In:  Computation and Neural Systems, Eeckman FH, Bower JM, eds.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 255-259.

Linster C, Marsan D, Masson C, Kerszberg M (1994) Odor processing in the bee: a preliminary study of the role of central input to the antennal lobe. In:  Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 6, Cowan JD, Tesauro G, Alspector J, eds.  Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, pp. 527-534.

Linster C, Marsan D, Masson C, Kerszberg M, Personnaz L, Dreyfus G (1993) A formal model of the insect olfactory macroglomerulus: simulations and analytical results. In:  Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 5, Giles CL, Hanson SJ, Cowan JD, eds.  Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, pp. 239-252.

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Previous lives

Cleland TA (2004)  Pharmacology of the crayfish neuromuscular junction.  In: Laboratory manual for physiology, Silverthorn DU, Johnson BR, Mills C, eds.  San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings, pp. 107-127.

Cleland TA, Selverston AI  (1998)  Inhibitory glutamate receptor channels in cultured lobster stomatogastric neurons.  Journal of Neurophysiology 79(6):3189-3196.

Cleland TA, Selverston AI  (1997)  Dopaminergic modulation of inhibitory glutamate receptors in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  Journal of Neurophysiology 78(6):3450-3452.

Cleland TA  (1996)  Inhibitory glutamate receptor channels.  Molecular Neurobiology 13(2):97-136.

Cleland TA  (1996)  Ethical considerations in peer counseling.  In: Peer counseling: skills, ethics, and perspectives (2nd ed.),  D’Andrea VJ, Salovey P, eds.  Palo Alto, CA: Science and Behavior Books, pp. 133-162.

Cleland TA, Selverston AI  (1995)  Glutamate-gated inhibitory currents of central pattern generator neurons in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  Journal of Neuroscience 15:6631-6639.

Panchin Y, Arshavsky Y, Selverston AI, Cleland TA  (1993)  Lobster stomatogastric neurons in primary culture.  I.  Basic characteristics.  Journal of Neurophysiology 69(6):1976-1992.

Linster C (1992) On analyzing and representing musical rhythm. In: Understanding Music with AI, Perspectives on Music Cognition, Balaban M, Ebciozlu K, Laske O, eds.  AAAI Press, pp. 415-427.

Hipfinger G, Linster C (1990) Preprocessing of musical information  and applications for neural networks. In: Proceedings of the Tenth meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, Trappl R, ed.  World Scientific, pp. 985 – 991.

Linster C (1990) A neural network which learns to play in different musical styles. In: Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Arnold S, Hair G, eds.  Glasgow, pp. 311-313.

Rom, Grims, Linster C, Schwarz and Pfurtscheller (1990)  Medical decision support based on databases, expert systems and neural networks.  In: Proceedings of the IFAC world congress, Tallinn, USSR.

Bloemendaal, Linster C, Steller and Pfurtscheller (1989) The use of a self organizing neural network in the classification of sleep stages in infants: preliminary results.  Internal report, TU Graz, Austria.

Linster C (1989)  Get rhythm: A musical application for neural networks. Arbeitspapiere der GMD 365, St. Augustin, Germany.

Bloemendaal, Linster C, Berghold, Mohl and Pfurtscheller (1989) Classification of brain electrical activity states with a self organizing net of the Kohonen type. Internal report, TU Graz, Austria.

Linster C (1988) Rhythm analysis with backpropagation. In: Connectionism in perspective, Pfeifer R, Schreter Z, Fogelman F, Steels L, eds.  Zuerich, Switzerland: Elsevier.