Miriam S. Nokia
Miriam S. Nokia
university researcher
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Physical exercise increases adult hippocampal neurogenesis in male rats provided it is aerobic and sustained
MS Nokia, S Lensu, JP Ahtiainen, PP Johansson, LG Koch, SL Britton, ...
The Journal of physiology 594 (7), 1855-1873, 2016
2032016
Use it or lose it: how neurogenesis keeps the brain fit for learning
TJ Shors, ML Anderson, DM Curlik Ii, MS Nokia
Behavioural brain research 227 (2), 450-458, 2012
1602012
Chemotherapy disrupts learning, neurogenesis and theta activity in the adult brain
MS Nokia, ML Anderson, TJ Shors
European Journal of Neuroscience 36 (11), 3521-3530, 2012
852012
Moderate drinking? Alcohol consumption significantly decreases neurogenesis in the adult hippocampus
ML Anderson, MS Nokia, KP Govindaraju, TJ Shors
Neuroscience 224, 202-209, 2012
682012
Hippocampo–cerebellar theta band phase synchrony in rabbits
J Wikgren, MS Nokia, M Penttonen
Neuroscience 165 (4), 1538-1545, 2010
672010
Memory-based mismatch response to frequency changes in rats
P Astikainen, G Stefanics, M Nokia, A Lipponen, F Cong, M Penttonen, ...
PloS one 6 (9), e24208, 2011
622011
Hippocampal theta (3–8 Hz) activity during classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits
MS Nokia, M Penttonen, T Korhonen, J Wikgren
Neurobiology of learning and memory 90 (1), 62-70, 2008
472008
Disrupting neural activity related to awake-state sharp wave-ripple complexes prevents hippocampal learning
MS Nokia, JE Mikkonen, M Penttonen, J Wikgren
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 6, 84, 2012
462012
Hippocampal ripple-contingent training accelerates trace eyeblink conditioning and retards extinction in rabbits
MS Nokia, M Penttonen, J Wikgren
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (34), 11486-11492, 2010
412010
Learning to learn: theta oscillations predict new learning, which enhances related learning and neurogenesis
MS Nokia, HM Sisti, MR Choksi, TJ Shors
PloS one 7 (2), e31375, 2012
392012
Hippocampal theta-band activity and trace eyeblink conditioning in rabbits.
MS Nokia, M Penttonen, T Korhonen, J Wikgren
Behavioral neuroscience 123 (3), 631, 2009
282009
Hippocampus responds to auditory change in rabbits
T Ruusuvirta, P Astikainen, J Wikgren, M Nokia
Neuroscience 170 (1), 232-237, 2010
212010
Hippocampal theta activity is selectively associated with contingency detection but not discrimination in rabbit discrimination‐reversal eyeblink conditioning
MS Nokia, J Wikgren
Hippocampus 20 (4), 457-460, 2010
202010
Effects of hippocampal state-contingent trial presentation on hippocampus-dependent nonspatial classical conditioning and extinction
MS Nokia, J Wikgren
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (17), 6003-6010, 2014
152014
Phase matters: responding to and learning about peripheral stimuli depends on hippocampal θ phase at stimulus onset
MS Nokia, T Waselius, JE Mikkonen, J Wikgren, M Penttonen
Learning & Memory 22 (6), 307-317, 2015
102015
Hippocampal electrical stimulation disrupts associative learning when targeted at dentate spikes
MS Nokia, I Gureviciene, T Waselius, H Tanila, M Penttonen
The Journal of physiology 595 (14), 4961-4971, 2017
92017
Intrinsic aerobic capacity governs the associations between gut microbiota composition and fat metabolism age-dependently in rat siblings
S Pekkala, S Lensu, M Nokia, S Vanhatalo, LG Koch, SL Britton, ...
Physiological genomics 49 (12), 733-746, 2017
72017
Learning by heart: cardiac cycle reveals an effective time window for learning
T Waselius, J Wikgren, H Halkola, M Penttonen, MS Nokia
Journal of Neurophysiology 120 (2), 830-838, 2018
62018
Hippocampal theta phase–contingent memory retrieval in delay and trace eyeblink conditioning
T Waselius, E Pöllänen, J Wikgren, M Penttonen, MS Nokia
Behavioural Brain Research 337, 264-270, 2018
52018
Dentate spikes and learning: disrupting hippocampal function during memory consolidation can improve pattern separation
S Lensu, T Waselius, M Penttonen, MS Nokia
Journal of Neurophysiology 121 (1), 131-139, 2019
32019
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