Students present at Society for Neuroscience
ONU psychology and pharmacy students presented two research studies at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, held Nov. 15-19 in Washington, D.C.
The research, conducted under the direction of Phillip Zoladz, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, looked into stress and memory. Participants included Chelsea Cadle, a senior in psychology from Elida, Ohio, David Peters, a fifth-year pharmacy student from Canton, Ohio, Callie Brown, a junior in molecular biology from Grove City, Ohio, Amanda Scharf, a fourth-year pharmacy student from Ada, Ohio, Alison Dailey, a fourth-year pharmacy student from Parma, Ohio. McKenna Earley, a senior in psychology from Stow, Ohio, and Sarah Lyle, BS ’13.
ADRA2B deletion variant selectively predicts stress-induced enhancement of long-term memory in females, was presented by Zoladz, P.R., Kalchik, A.E., Cadle, C.E., Peters, D.M., Hoffman, M.M., Aufdenkampe, R.L., Lyle, S.M., Brown, C.M., Scharf, A.R., Dailey, A.M., Wolters, N.E., Talbot, J.N., & Rorabaugh, B.R. (November, 2014). Abstract published in Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 44, 644.02.
Post-learning stress facilitates long-term memory consolidation and differentially influences emotional memory in females depending on stage of menstrual cycle was presented by Cadle, C.E., Kalchik, A.E., Peters, D.M., Brown, C.M., Scharf, A.R., Dailey, A.M., Earley, M.B., Aufdenkampe, R.L., Knippen, C.L., Scholl, E.D., Rorabaugh, B.R., & Zoladz, P.R. (November, 2014). Abstract published in Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 44, 644.07.