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Jessica Judd

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Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Post Doctoral Scholars, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 7601
  • Judd, J. M., Smith, E. A., Kim, J., Shah, V., Sanabria, F., & Conrad, C. D. (2020) Chronic stress has lasting effects on improved cued discrimination early in extinction. Learning and Memory, 27(8), 319-327.
  • Peay, D. N., Saribekyan, M., Parada, P.A., Hanson, E. M., Badaruddin, B. S., Judd, J. M., Donnay, M. E., Padilla-Garcia, D., Conrad, C. D. (2020). Chronic Unpredictable Intermittent Restraint Stress Disrupts Spatial Memory in Male, but not Female Rats. Under revision for Brain, Behavior, Research, 383, 112519.    
  • Koebele, S. V., Nishimura, K. J., Bimonte-Nelson, H. A., Kemmou, S., Ortiz, J. B., Judd, J. M., & Conrad, C. D. (2020). A long-term cyclic plus tonic regimen of 17β-estradiol improves the ability to handle a high spatial working memory load in ovariectomized middle-aged female rats. Hormones and Behavior118, 104656.
  • Holter, M. C., Hewitt, L. T., Koebele, S. V., Judd, J. M., Xing, L., Bimonte-Nelson, H. A., Conrad, C. D., Araki, T., Neel, B. G., Snider, W. D., & Newbern, J. M. (2019). The Noonan Syndrome-linked Raf1L613V mutation drives increased glial number in the mouse cortex and enhanced learning. PLoS genetics15(4), e1008108
  • Tapia, M. A., Sage, A. S., Fullerton, E. I., Judd, J. M., Hildebrandt, P. C., Will, M. J., Lever, S. Z., Lever, J. R., & Miller, D. K.. (2019). The sigma receptor ligand N-phenylpropyl-N´-(4-methoxyphenethyl)3piperazine (YZ-067) enhances the cocaine conditioned-rewarding properties while inhibiting the development of sensitization of cocaine in mice. Psychopharmacology, 1-12.
  • Conrad, C. D., Ortiz, J. B., & Judd, J. M. (2016). Chronic stress and hippocampal dendritic complexity: Methodological and functional considerations. Physiology & Behavior.
  • Judd, J.M. & Miller, D. K. (2014). Is there a role for resveratrol and sirtuins in the treatment of cocaine and methamphetamine addiction? World Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2(7), pp. 595-596.
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