Ian J Kirk
Ian J Kirk
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Auckland
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TitleCited byYear
Frontal-midline theta from the perspective of hippocampal “theta”
DJ Mitchell, N McNaughton, D Flanagan, IJ Kirk
Progress in neurobiology 86 (3), 156-185, 2008
3432008
Supramammillary cell firing and hippocampal rhythmical slow activity.
IJ Kirk, N McNaughton
Neuroreport 2 (11), 723-725, 1991
1931991
The role of theta-range oscillations in synchronising and integrating activity in distributed mnemonic networks
IJ Kirk, JC Mackay
Cortex 39 (4-5), 993-1008, 2003
1862003
Evidence for differential control of posterior hypothalamic, supramammillary, and medial mammillary theta-related cellular discharge by ascending and descending pathways
IJ Kirk, SD Oddie, J Konopacki, BH Bland
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (17), 5547-5554, 1996
1821996
Comparison of the N300 and N400 ERPs to picture stimuli in congruent and incongruent contexts
JP Hamm, BW Johnson, IJ Kirk
Clinical Neurophysiology 113 (8), 1339-1350, 2002
1702002
Mapping the differential effects of procaine on frequency and amplitude of reticularly elicited hippocampal rhythmical slow activity
IJ Kirk, N McNaughton
Hippocampus 3 (4), 517-525, 1993
1591993
The neurophysiological correlates of face processing in adults and children with Asperger’s syndrome
K O’Connor, JP Hamm, IJ Kirk
Brain and Cognition 59 (1), 82-95, 2005
1402005
Discharge patterns of hippocampal theta-related cells in the caudal diencephalon of the urethan-anesthetized rat
BH Bland, J Konopacki, IJ Kirk, SD Oddie, CT Dickson
Journal of Neurophysiology 74 (1), 322-333, 1995
1241995
Long‐term potentiation of human visual evoked responses
TJ Teyler, JP Hamm, WC Clapp, BW Johnson, MC Corballis, IJ Kirk
European Journal of Neuroscience 21 (7), 2045-2050, 2005
1162005
Frequency modulation of hippocampal theta by the supramammillary nucleus, and other hypothalamo–hippocampal interactions: mechanisms and functional implications
IANJ KIRK
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 22 (2), 291-302, 1998
1141998
An ERP investigation of the Stroop task: The role of the cingulate in attentional allocation and conflict resolution
G Badzakova-Trajkov, KJ Barnett, KE Waldie, IJ Kirk
Brain research 1253, 139-148, 2009
1022009
Intraseptal procaine abolishes hypothalamic stimulation-induced wheel-running and hippocampal theta field activity in rats
SD Oddie, W Stefanek, IJ Kirk, BH Bland
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (5), 1948-1956, 1996
1001996
Processing melodic contour and speech intonation in congenital amusics with Mandarin Chinese
C Jiang, JP Hamm, VK Lim, IJ Kirk, Y Yang
Neuropsychologia 48 (9), 2630-2639, 2010
952010
Age‐related improvements in auditory temporal resolution in reading‐impaired children
MJ Hautus, GJ Setchell, KE Waldie, IJ Kirk
Dyslexia 9 (1), 37-45, 2003
952003
Induction of LTP in the human auditory cortex by sensory stimulation
WC Clapp, IJ Kirk, JP Hamm, D Shepherd, TJ Teyler
European Journal of Neuroscience 22 (5), 1135-1140, 2005
862005
Contribution of synapses in the medial supramammillary nucleus to the frequency of hippocampal theta rhythm in freely moving rats
N McNaughton, B Logan, KS Panickar, IJ Kirk, WX Pan, NT Brown, ...
Hippocampus 5 (6), 534-545, 1995
851995
The unusual symmetry of musicians: Musicians have equilateral interhemispheric transfer for visual information
LLM Patston, IJ Kirk, MHS Rolfe, MC Corballis, LJ Tippett
Neuropsychologia 45 (9), 2059-2065, 2007
772007
Neurophysiological responses to face, facial regions and objects in adults with Asperger's syndrome: An ERP investigation
K O'Connor, JP Hamm, IJ Kirk
International Journal of Psychophysiology 63 (3), 283-293, 2007
732007
Translating long-term potentiation from animals to humans: a novel method for noninvasive assessment of cortical plasticity
WC Clapp, JP Hamm, IJ Kirk, TJ Teyler
Biological psychiatry 71 (6), 496-502, 2012
712012
Influence of task complexity on manual asymmetries
M Hausmann, IJ Kirk, MC Corballis
Cortex 40 (1), 103-110, 2004
712004
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