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Matthew M. Campolattaro, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Psychology and Neuroscience

Office: Forbes Hall, 1050
Phone: (757) 594-8509

B.S., Biological Psychology, The College of William & Mary
Ph.D., Psychology (Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience), The University of Iowa

Teaching Responsibilities:
Neurobiology of Memory, Neuroscience Research Methods, Biological Psychology

Research Interests:
Neuroscience of Learning and Memory, Comparative Psychology, Developmental

Recent Publications:
Campolattaro, M. M., Kashef, A., Lee, I., & Freeman, J. H. (2011). Neuronal correlates of cross-modal transfer in the cerebellum and pontine nuclei. Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 4051-4062.

Campolattaro, M. M., & Freeman, J. H. (2009). An examination of bilateral eyeblink conditioning in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 123, 1346-1352.

Campolattaro, M. M., & Freeman, J. H. (2009). Cerebellar inactivation impairs cross-modal savings of eyeblink conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience, 123, 292-302.

Freeman, J. H., & Campolattaro, M. M. (2008). Ontogenetic change in the auditory conditioned stimulus pathway for eyeblink conditioning. Learning & Memory, 15, 823-828.

Campolattaro, M. M., & Freeman, J. H. (2008). Eyeblink conditioning in 12-day- old rats using pontine stimulation as the conditioned stimulus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,105, 8120-8123.

Campolattaro, M. M., Schnitker, K. M., & Freeman, J. H. (2008). Changes in inhibition during differential eyeblink conditioning with increased training. Learning & Behavior, 36, 159-165.

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