Brenton G. Cooper
Brenton G. Cooper
Associate Professor of Psychology, Texas Christian University
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Temporary inactivation of the retrosplenial cortex causes a transient reorganization of spatial coding in the hippocampus
BG Cooper, SJY Mizumori
The Journal of Neuroscience 21 (11), 3986-4001, 2001
Finding your way in the dark: the retrosplenial cortex contributes to spatial memory and navigation without visual cues.
BG Cooper, TF Manka, SJY Mizumori
Behavioral neuroscience 115 (5), 1012, 2001
Retrosplenial cortex inactivation selectively impairs navigation in darkness
BG Cooper, SJY Mizumori
Neuroreport 10 (3), 625, 1999
Hippocampal representational organization and spatial context
SJY Mizumori, KE Ragozzino, BG Cooper, S Leutgeb
Hippocampus 9 (4), 444-451, 1999
Peripheral motor dynamics of song production in the zebra finch
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1016 (1), 130-152, 2004
Multimodal signals: enhancement and constraint of song motor patterns by visual display
BG Cooper, F Goller
Science 303 (5657), 544, 2004
A neural systems analysis of adaptive navigation
SJY Mizumori, BG Cooper, S Leutgeb, WE Pratt
Molecular Neurobiology 21 (1), 57-82, 2000
Physiological insights into the social-context-dependent changes in the rhythm of the song motor program
BG Cooper, F Goller
Journal of neurophysiology 95 (6), 3798, 2006
Location and head direction representation in the dorsal striatum of rats.
SJY Mizumori, KE Ragozzino, BG Cooper
Psychobiology, 2000
Species-typical songs in white-crowned sparrows tutored with only phrase pairs
GJ Rose, F Goller, HJ Gritton, SL Plamondon, AT Baugh, BG Cooper
Nature 432 (7018), 753-758, 2004
Superior colliculus and active navigation: Role of visual and non‐visual cues in controlling cellular representations of space
BG Cooper, DY Miya, SJY Mizumori
Hippocampus 8 (4), 340-372, 1998
Songbirds use pulse tone register in two voices to generate low-frequency sound
KK Jensen, BG Cooper, ON Larsen, F Goller
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1626), 2703, 2007
Syringeal specialization of frequency control during song production in the Bengalese finch (Lonchura striata domestica)
KR Secora, JR Peterson, CM Urbano, B Chung, K Okanoya, BG Cooper
PloS one 7 (3), e34135, 2012
Transitioning between preparatory and precisely sequenced neuronal activity in production of a skilled behavior
VK Daliparthi, RO Tachibana, BG Cooper, RHR Hahnloser, S Kojima, ...
Elife 8, e43732, 2019
Age-related changes in the Bengalese finch song motor program
BG Cooper, JM Méndez, S Saar, AG Whetstone, R Meyers, F Goller
Neurobiology of Aging, 2010
Fibre architecture and song activation rates of syringeal muscles are not lateralized in the European starling
AM Uchida, RA Meyers, BG Cooper, F Goller
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (7), 1069-1078, 2010
Retrosplenial cortex inactivation selectively impairs navigation in darkness. NeuroReport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 10 (3), 625–630
BG Cooper, SJY Mizumori
Differential patterns of constant frequency 50 and 22 khz usv production are related to intensity of negative affective state.
JO Taylor, CM Urbano, BG Cooper
Behavioral Neuroscience 131 (1), 115, 2017
Laryngeal aging and acoustic changes in male rat ultrasonic vocalizations
JR Peterson, CR Watts, JA Morris, JM Shelton, BG Cooper
Developmental Psychobiology 55 (8), 818-828, 2013
Partial muting leads to age‐dependent modification of motor patterns underlying crystallized zebra finch song
BG Cooper, F Goller
Journal of neurobiology 61 (3), 317-332, 2004
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