Theresa Jones
Theresa Jones
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Principles of experience-dependent neural plasticity: implications for rehabilitation after brain damage
JA Kleim, TA Jones
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2008
21702008
Rapid formation and selective stabilization of synapses for enduring motor memories
T Xu, X Yu, AJ Perlik, WF Tobin, JA Zweig, K Tennant, T Jones, Y Zuo
Nature 462 (7275), 915-919, 2009
10302009
Use-dependent growth of pyramidal neurons after neocortical damage
TA Jones, T Schallert
Journal of Neuroscience 14 (4), 2140-2152, 1994
5861994
Motor skills training enhances lesion-induced structural plasticity in the motor cortex of adult rats
TA Jones, CJ Chu, LA Grande, AD Gregory
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (22), 10153-10163, 1999
4681999
Motor enrichment and the induction of plasticity before or after brain injury
JA Kleim, TA Jones, T Schallert
Neurochemical research 28 (11), 1757-1769, 2003
4272003
Overgrowth and pruning of dendrites in adult rats recovering from neocortical damage
TA Jones, T Schallert
Brain research 581 (1), 156-160, 1992
4231992
Abnormal neurotransmission in mice lacking synaptic vesicle protein 2A (SV2A)
KM Crowder, JM Gunther, TA Jones, BD Hale, HZ Zhang, MR Peterson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (26), 15268-15273, 1999
4111999
The organization of the forelimb representation of the C57BL/6 mouse motor cortex as defined by intracortical microstimulation and cytoarchitecture
KA Tennant, DAL Adkins, NA Donlan, AL Asay, N Thomas, JA Kleim, ...
Cerebral cortex 21 (4), 865-876, 2011
2982011
Cortical electrical stimulation combined with rehabilitative training: enhanced functional recovery and dendritic plasticity following focal cortical ischemia in rats
DL Adkins-Muir, TA Jones
Neurological research 25 (8), 780-788, 2003
2822003
Synaptogenesis and dendritic growth in the cortex opposite unilateral sensorimotor cortex damage in adult rats: a quantitative electron microscopic examination
TA Jones, JA Kleim, WT Greenough
Brain research 733 (1), 142-148, 1996
2711996
Selective synaptic plasticity within the cerebellar cortex following complex motor skill learning
JA Kleim, RA Swain, KA Armstrong, RMA Napper, TA Jones, ...
Neurobiology of learning and memory 69 (3), 274-289, 1998
2651998
Stroke: working toward a prioritized world agenda
V Hachinski, GA Donnan, PB Gorelick, W Hacke, SC Cramer, M Kaste, ...
Stroke 41 (6), 1084-1099, 2010
2432010
Functional subdivisions of the rat somatic sensorimotor cortex
TM Barth, TA Jones, T Schallert
Behavioural brain research 39 (1), 73-95, 1990
2151990
Unilateral sensorimotor cortex lesions in adult rats facilitate motor skill learning with the “unaffected” forelimb and training-induced dendritic structural plasticity in the …
SD Bury, TA Jones
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (19), 8597-8606, 2002
2082002
Ultrastructural evidence for increased contact between astrocytes and synapses in rats reared in a complex environment
TA Jones, WT Greenough
Neurobiology of learning and memory 65 (1), 48-56, 1996
2041996
Neuronal plasticity and the developing brain
JE Black, TA Jones, CA Nelson, WT Greenough
Handbook of child and adolescent psychiatry 6, 31-53, 1998
1931998
Induction of multiple synapses by experience in the visual cortex of adult rats
TA Jones, AY Klintsova, VL Kilman, AM Sirevaag, WT Greenough
Neurobiology of learning and memory 68 (1), 13-20, 1997
1871997
Motor compensation and its effects on neural reorganization after stroke
TA Jones
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 18 (5), 267-280, 2017
1682017
Motor skill training, but not voluntary exercise, improves skilled reaching after unilateral ischemic lesions of the sensorimotor cortex in rats
MA Maldonado, RP Allred, EL Felthauser, TA Jones
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 22 (3), 250-261, 2008
1572008
Multiple synapse formation in the motor cortex opposite unilateral sensorimotor cortex lesions in adult rats
TA Jones
Journal of Comparative Neurology 414 (1), 57-66, 1999
1541999
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