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Michael A. Erickson

Associate Professor of Psychology, Hawaii Pacific University
Подтвержден адрес электронной почты в домене hpu.edu
Цитируется: 1182

MA Erickson, JK Kruschke - Journal of Experimental Psychology …, 1998 - psycnet.apa.org
Psychological theories of categorization generally focus on either rule-or exemplar-based
explanations. We present 2 experiments that show evidence of both rule induction and
exemplar encoding as well as a connectionist model, ATRIUM, that specifies a mechanism …

WA Banks, MA Erickson - Neurobiology of disease, 2010 - Elsevier
The blood–brain barrier (BBB) is the monocellular interface that divides the peripheral
circulation from direct with the central nervous system (CNS). This interface consists
of several parallel barriers that include most notably the capillary bed of the CNS and the …

P Moen, MA Erickson, D Dempster-McClain - Journal of Marriage and the …, 1997 - JSTOR
This study examines the intergenerational transmission of two gender attitudes (gender role
ideology and work role identity). It draws on a life course perspective and panel data on
mothers to assess the relationships between daughters' attitudes and (a) mothers' attitudes …

WA Banks, JB Owen, MA Erickson - Pharmacology & therapeutics, 2012 - Elsevier
Insulin performs unique functions within the CNS. Produced nearly exclusively by the
pancreas, insulin crosses the blood–brain barrier (BBB) using a saturable transporter,
affecting ing and cognition through CNS mechanisms largely independent of glucose …

MA Erickson, WA Banks - Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & …, 2013 - journals.sagepub.com
The blood–brain barrier (BBB) plays critical roles in the maintenance of central nervous
system (CNS) homeostasis. Dysfunction of the BBB occurs in a number of CNS diseases,
including Alzheimer's disease (AD). A prevailing hypothesis in the AD field is the amyloid …

…, R Sultana, JL Lynch, JB Owen, MA Erickson… - Brain, behavior, and …, 2009 - Elsevier
Alzheimer's disease (AD) brains are characterized by accumulation of amyloid β protein (Aβ)
and neuroinflammation. Increased blood-to-brain influx and decreased brain-to-blood efflux
across the blood–brain barrier (BBB) have been proposed as mechanisms for Aβ …

JM Eule, MA Erickson, MF O'Brien, M Handler - Spine, 2002 - journals.lww.com
Study Design. Retrospective review of patients with Chiari I malformation with or without
associated scoliosis. Objectives. Determine the effect of decompression of Chiari I
malformation with syringomyelia on stabilization or improvement of associated scoliosis …

MA Erickson, RJ Schwarzkopf… - Medicine and science in …, 1987 - europepmc.org
Five competitive cyclists were used to determine the effects of fluid intake (16 ml. kg-1)
consisting of:(i) non-nutrient control (CON);(ii) fructose (1 g. kg-1) before exercise (FRU);(iii)
caffeine (5 mg. kg-1) before exercise (CAF);(iv) glucose (1 g. kg-1) during exercise (GLU); …

MA Erickson, WA Banks - Brain, behavior, and immunity, 2011 - Elsevier
Administration of the proinflammatory molecule lipopolysaccharide (LPS) alters transport
rates for many peptides across the blood–brain barrier (BBB). We and others have
previously shown that effects of LPS on BBB transport are highly dependent on the injection …

…, BS Richards, DJ Sucato, JB Emans, MA Erickson - JBJS, 2007 - journals.lww.com
Background: The reported prevalence of non-neurologic complications following corrective
surgery for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis ranges from 0% to 10%. However, most studies
were retrospective evaluations of treatment techniques and did not focus solely on …