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Easton, A & Eacott, M.J. (2008). A new working definition of episodic memory: replacing 'when' with 'which'. In Handbook of Episodic Memory. Dere, E, Easton, A, Nadel, L & Huston, JP Amsterdam: Elsevier. 185-196.
Easton, A. (2005). Behavioural flexibility, social learning and the frontal cortex. In The Cognitive Neuroscience of Social Behaviour. Easton, A. & Emery, N.J. Hove: Psychology Press. 59-79. Emery, N.J. &
Easton, A. (2005). What is social cognitive neuroscience (SCN)? In The Cognitive Neuroscience of Social Behaviour. Easton, A. & Emery, N.J. Hove: Psychology Press. 1-16. Parker, A. &
Easton, A. (2004). Cross-modal memory in primates: The neural basis of learning about the multisensory properties of objects and events. In The Handbook of Multisensory Processes. Calvert, G., Spence, C. & Stein, B.E. London: MIT Press. 333-342.
Easton, A., Parker, A. & Gaffan, D. (2002). Memory encoding and retrieval: The nature of interactions between the primate frontal lobe and posterior cortex. In The Cogntive Neuroscience of Memory: Encoding and Retrieval. Parker, A., Wilding, E.L. & Bussey, T.J. Hove: Psychology Press. 173-196. Parker, A.,
Easton, A. & Gaffan, D. (2002). Memory encoding in the primate brain: The role of the basal forebrain. In The Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory: Encoding and Retrieval. Parker, A., Wilding, E.L. & Bussey, T.J. Hove: Psychology Press. 151-172.
Easton, A. & Gaffan, D. (2000). Amygdala and the memory of reward: the importance of fibres of passage from the basal forebrain. In The Amygdala: A Functional Analysis. Aggleton, J.P. Oxford: OUP. 569-586. Edited book Dere, E,
Easton, A, Nadel, L & Huston, JP (2008). . Handbook of Behavioural Neuroscience. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Handbook of Episodic Memory
Easton, A. & Emery, N.J. (2005). The Cognitive Neuroscience of Social Behaviour. Hove: Psychology Press. Journal Article
Seel, S.V., Easton, A., McGregor, A., Buckley, M.G. & Eacott, M.J. (2019). Walking through doorways differentially affects recall and familiarity. British Journal of Psychology 110(1): 173-184.
Seel, S.V., Eacott, M.J., Langston, R.F. & Easton, A. (2018). Cholinergic input to the hippocampus is not required for a model of episodic memory in the rat, even with multiple consecutive events. Behavioural Brain Research 354: 48-54.
Chan, Michele, Eacott, Madeline J., Sanderson, David J., Wang, Jianfei, Sun, Mu & Easton, Alexander (2018). Continual trials spontaneous recognition tasks in mice: reducing animal numbers and improving our understanding of the mechanisms underlying memory. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12: 214.
Ameen-Ali, K.E., Norman, L.J., Eacott, M.J. & Easton, A. (2017). Incidental context information increases recollection. Learning & Memory 24(3): 136-139.
Ameen-Ali, K.E., Easton, A. & Eacott, M.J. (2015). Moving beyond standard procedures to assess spontaneous recognition memory. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 53: 37-51.
Robertson, B-A., Eacott, M.J. & Easton, A. (2015). Putting Memory in Context: Dissociating memories by distinguishing the nature of context. Behavioural Brain Research 285: 99-104. Davis, KE,
Easton, A., Eacott, MJ & Gigg, J (2013). Episodic-Like Memory for What-Where-Which Occasion is Selectively Impaired in the 3xTgAD Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 33(3): 681-698. Davis, K.E.,
Eacott, M.J., Easton, A & Gigg, J. (2013). Episodic-like memory is sensitive to both Alzheimer's-like pathological accumulation and normal ageing processes in mice. Behavioural Brain Research 254: 73-82.
Ameen-Ali,K.E., Eacott,M.J. & Easton,A. (2012). A new behavioural apparatus to reduce animal numbers in multiple types of spontaneous object recognition paradigms in rats. Journal of neuroscience methods 211(1): 66-76.
Easton, A, Douchamps, V., Eacott, MJ & Lever, C (2012). A specific role for septohippocampal acetylcholine in memory?. Neuropsychologia 50(13): 3156-3168.
Easton, A & Eacott, MJ (2012). Cholinergic mechanisms of episodic memory: what specific behavioural tasks can tell us about specific neural mechanisms. Brain Research Bulletin
Eacott, MJ & Easton, A (2012). Remembering the future: The influence of past experience on future behaviour. Learning and Motivation 43: 167-168.
Eacott, MJ & Easton, A (2012). Remembering the past and thinking about the future: Is it really about time. Learning and Motivation 43: 200-208.
Easton, A, Webster, LAD & Eacott, MJ (2012). The episodic nature of episodic-like memories. Learning & Memory 19(4): 146-150.
Easton, A. & Eacott, M.J. (2011). Cholinergic mechanisms of episodic memory: What specific behavioural tasks can tell us about specific neural mechanisms. Brain Research Bulletin
Easton, A., Child, S. & Lopez-Crespo, G. (2011). Differential outcomes aid the formation of categorical relationships between stimuli. Behavioural Brain Research 222(1): 270-273.
Easton, A., Fitchett, A., Eacott, M.J. & Baxter, M.G. (2011). Medial septal cholinergic neurons are necessary for context-place memory but not episodic-like memory. Hippocampus 21(9): 1021-1027.
Eacott, MJ & Easton, A (2010). Episodic memory in animals: Remembering which occasion. Neuropsychologia 48(8): 2273-2280.
Easton, A. & Eacott, M.J. (2010). Recollection of episodic memory within the medial temporal lobe: behavioural dissociations from other types of memory. Behavioural Brain Research 215(2): 310-317.
Easton, A., Zinkivskay, A. & Eacott, M.J. (2009). Recollection is impaired, but familiarity remains intact in rats with lesions of the fornix. Hippocampus 19(9): 837-843. Wilson, CR, Baxter, MG,
Easton, A & Gaffan, D (2008). Addition of fornix transection to frontal-temporal disconnection increases the impairment in object-in-place memory in macaque monkeys. European Journal of Neuroscience 27(7): 1814-1822. Browning, PGF,
Easton, A & Gaffan, D (2007). Frontal-temporal disconnection abolishes object discrimination learning set in macaque monkeys. Cerebral Cortex 17(4): 859-864.
Eacott, MJ & Easton, A (2007). On familiarity and recall of events by rats. Hippocampus 17: 890-897.
Eacott, MJ., Easton, A. & Zinkivskay, A. (2005). Recollection in an episodic-like memory task in the rat. Learning & Memory 12(3): 221-223. Browning PGF,
Easton A, Buckley MJ & Gaffan D (2005). The role of prefrontal cortex in object-in-place learning in monkeys. European Journal of Neuroscience 22: 3281-3291.
Easton, A. (2004). Differential reward outcome learning in adult humans. Behavioural Brain Research 154: 165-169.
Easton, A., Parker, K., Derrington, A.M. & Parker, A. (2003). Behaviour of marmoset monkeys in a T-maze: comparison with rats and macaque monkeys on a spatial delayed non-match to sample task. Experimental Brain Research 150: 114-116.
Easton, A. & Parker, A. (2003). cholinergic explanation of dense amnesia. Cortex 39: 813-826. Webb, B.S., Tinsley, C.J., Barraclough, N.E.,
Easton, A., Parker, A. & Derrington, A.M (2002). Feedback from V1 and inhibition from beyond the classical receptive field modulates the responses of neurons in the primate lateral geniculate nucleus. Visual Neuroscience 19: 583-592.
Easton, A. & Gaffan, D. (2002). Insights into the nature of fronto-temporal interactions from a biconditional discrimination task in the monkey. Behavioural Brain Research 136: 217-226. Gaffan, D.,
Easton, A. & Parker, A. (2002). Interaction of inferior temporal cortex with frontal cortex and basal forebrain: Double dissociation in strategy implementation and associative learning. Journal of Neuroscience 22(16): 7288-7296. Derrington, A.M., Parker, A., Barraclough, N.E.,
Easton, A., Goodson, G.R., Parker, K.S., Tinsley, C.J. & Webb, B.S. (2002). The uses of colour vision: behavioural and physiological distinctiveness of colour stimuli. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 357: 975-985.
Easton, A., Ridley, R.M., Baker, H.F. & Gaffan, D. (2002). Unilateral lesions of the cholinergic basal forebrain and fornix in one hemisphere and inferior temporal cortex in the opposite hemisphere produce severe learning impairments in rhesus monkeys. Cerebral Cortex 12(7): 729-736.
Easton, A., Parker, A. & Gaffan, D. (2001). Crossed unilateral lesions of medial forebrain bundle and either inferior temporal or frontal cortex impair object recognition memory in Rhesus monkeys. Behavioural Brain Research 121(1-2): 1-10.
Easton, A. & Gaffan, D. (2001). Crossed unilateral lesions of the medial forebrain bundle and either inferior temporal or frontal cortex impair object-reward association learning in Rhesus monkeys. Neuropsychologia 39(1): 71-82. Gaffan, D., Parker, A. &
Easton, A. (2001). Dense amnesia in the monkey after transaction of fornix, amygdala and anterior temporal stem. Neuropsychologia 39: 51-70.
Easton, A. & Gaffan, D. (2000). Comparison of perirhinal cortex ablation and crossed unilateral lesions of the medial forebrain bundle from the inferior temporal cortex in the rhesus monkey: effects on learning and retrieval. Behavioral Neuroscience 114: 1041-1057.
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