Philip Winn
Philip Winn
Emeritus Professor of Neuroscience, University of Strathclyde
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The pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus: where the striatum meets the reticular formation
WL Inglis, P Winn
Progress in neurobiology 47 (1), 1-29, 1995
Modulation of dopamine efflux in the nucleus accumbens after cholinergic stimulation of the ventral tegmental area in intact, pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus-lesioned, and …
CD Blaha, LF Allen, S Das, WL Inglis, MP Latimer, SR Vincent, P Winn
The Journal of neuroscience 16 (2), 714, 1996
How best to consider the structure and function of the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus: evidence from animal studies
P Winn
Journal of the neurological sciences 248 (1-2), 234-250, 2006
Modulation of dopamine efflux in the striatum following cholinergic stimulation of the substantia nigra in intact and pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus-lesioned rats
CD Blaha, P Winn
Journal of Neuroscience 13 (3), 1035-1044, 1993
Cholinergic modulation of midbrain dopaminergic systems
J Mena-Segovia, P Winn, JP Bolam
Brain research reviews 58 (2), 265-271, 2008
The pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus: a role in cognitive processes?
T Steckler, W Inglis, P Winn, A Sahgal
Brain research reviews 19 (3), 298-318, 1994
On the relationships between the striatum and the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus
P Winn, VJ Brown, WL Inglis
Critical Reviews™ in Neurobiology 11 (4), 1997
Ibotenic acid lesions of the lateral hypothalamus: comparison with the electrolytic lesion syndrome
P Winn, A Tarbuck, SB Dunnett
Neuroscience 12 (1), 225-240, 1984
Outflow from the nucleus accumbens to the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus: a dissociation between locomotor activity and the acquisition of responding for conditioned …
WL Inglis, JS Dunbar, P Winn
Neuroscience 62 (1), 51-64, 1994
Frontal syndrome as a consequence of lesions in the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus: a short theoretical review
P Winn
Brain Research Bulletin 47 (6), 551-563, 1998
The neuropsychological significance of stereotypy induced by stimulant drugs
TW Robbins, G Mittleman, J O’brien, P Winn
Neurobiology of stereotyped behaviour, 25-63, 1990
T he pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus—A functional hypothesis from the comparative literature
NK Gut, P Winn
Movement Disorders 31 (5), 615-624, 2016
Neurotoxic amino acid lesions of the lateral hypothalamus: a parametric comparison of the effects of ibotenate, N-methyl-D, L-aspartate and quisqualate in the rat
MH Hastings, P Winn, SB Dunnett
Brain research 360 (1-2), 248-256, 1985
An investigation into the role of the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus in the mediation of locomotion and orofacial stereotypy induced by d-amphetamine and apomorphine in the rat
WL Inglis, LF Allen, RB Whitelaw, MP Latimer, HM Brace, P Winn
Neuroscience 58 (4), 817-833, 1994
Feeding stimulated by very low doses of d-amphetamine administered systemically or by microinjection into the striatum
P Winn, SF Williams, LJ Herberg
Psychopharmacology 78, 336-341, 1982
Experimental studies of pedunculopontine functions: are they motor, sensory or integrative?
P Winn
Parkinsonism & related disorders 14, S194-S198, 2008
Excitotoxic lesions of the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus of the rat. II. Examination of eating and drinking, rotation, and reaching and grasping following unilateral …
JS Dunbar, K Hitchcock, M Latimer, EL Rugg, N Ward, P Winn
Brain research 589 (2), 194-206, 1992
The roles of the nucleus accumbens core, dorsomedial striatum, and dorsolateral striatum in learning: performance and extinction of Pavlovian fear-conditioned responses and …
E Wendler, JCC Gaspar, TL Ferreira, JK Barbiero, R Andreatini, ...
Neurobiology of learning and memory 109, 27-36, 2014
Examination of the role of the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus in radial maze tasks with or without a delay
GL Keating, P Winn
Neuroscience 112 (3), 687-696, 2002
Intravenous self‐administration of nicotine is altered by lesions of the posterior, but not anterior, pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus
HL Alderson, MP Latimer, P Winn
European Journal of Neuroscience 23 (8), 2169-2175, 2006
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