Martin Sarter
Martin Sarter
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Michigan
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The cognitive neuroscience of sustained attention: where top-down meets bottom-up
M Sarter, B Givens, JP Bruno
Brain research reviews 35 (2), 146-160, 2001
11792001
Cognitive functions of cortical acetylcholine: toward a unifying hypothesis
M Sarter, JP Bruno
Brain Research Reviews 23 (1-2), 28-46, 1997
7311997
Unraveling the attentional functions of cortical cholinergic inputs: interactions between signal-driven and cognitive modulation of signal detection
M Sarter, ME Hasselmo, JP Bruno, B Givens
Brain Research Reviews 48 (1), 98-111, 2005
6272005
More attention must be paid: the neurobiology of attentional effort
M Sarter, WJ Gehring, R Kozak
Brain research reviews 51 (2), 145-160, 2006
5482006
Modes and models of forebrain cholinergic neuromodulation of cognition
ME Hasselmo, M Sarter
Neuropsychopharmacology 36 (1), 52-73, 2011
5302011
Prefrontal acetylcholine release controls cue detection on multiple timescales
V Parikh, R Kozak, V Martinez, M Sarter
Neuron 56 (1), 141-154, 2007
5032007
Attenuation of scopolamine-induced impairment of spontaneous alternation behaviour by antagonist but not inverse agonist and agonist -carbolines
M Sarter, G Bodewitz, DN Stephens
Psychopharmacology 94 (4), 491-495, 1988
4871988
Cortical cholinergic inputs mediating arousal, attentional processing and dreaming: differential afferent regulation of the basal forebrain by telencephalic and brainstem afferents
M Sarter, JP Bruno
Neuroscience 95 (4), 933-952, 1999
4551999
Behavioral vigilance following infusions of 192 IgG-saporin into the basal forebrain: selectivity of the behavioral impairment and relation to cortical AChE-positive fiber density.
J McGaughy, T Kaiser, M Sarter
Behavioral neuroscience 110 (2), 247, 1996
4491996
Choline transporters, cholinergic transmission and cognition
M Sarter, V Parikh
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 6 (1), 48-56, 2005
4102005
Involvement of the amygdala in learning and memory: a critical review, with emphasis on anatomical relations.
M Sarter, HJ Markowitsch
Behavioral neuroscience 99 (2), 342, 1985
3711985
Behavioral vigilance in rats: task validation and effects of age, amphetamine, and benzodiazepine receptor ligands
J McGaughy, M Sarter
Psychopharmacology 117 (3), 340-357, 1995
3061995
Anxiety and cardiovascular reactivity: the basal forebrain cholinergic link
GG Berntson, M Sarter, JT Cacioppo
Behavioural brain research 94 (2), 225-248, 1998
3041998
Brain imaging and cognitive neuroscience: Toward strong inference in attributing function to structure.
M Sarter, GG Berntson, JT Cacioppo
American psychologist 51 (1), 13, 1996
2961996
Increases in cortical acetylcholine release during sustained attention performance in rats
AM Himmelheber, M Sarter, JP Bruno
Cognitive Brain Research 9 (3), 313-325, 2000
2932000
Phasic acetylcholine release and the volume transmission hypothesis: time to move on
M Sarter, V Parikh, WM Howe
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 10 (5), 383-390, 2009
2912009
Attentional functions of cortical cholinergic inputs: what does it mean for learning and memory?
M Sarter, JP Bruno, B Givens
Neurobiology of learning and memory 80 (3), 245-256, 2003
2862003
Sustained visual attention performance-associated prefrontal neuronal activity: evidence for cholinergic modulation
TM Gill, M Sarter, B Givens
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (12), 4745-4757, 2000
2352000
Differential cortical acetylcholine release in rats performing a sustained attention task versus behavioral control tasks that do not explicitly tax attention
HM Arnold, JA Burk, EM Hodgson, M Sarter, JP Bruno
Neuroscience 114 (2), 451-460, 2002
2202002
Ascending visceral regulation of cortical affective information processing
GG Berntson, M Sarter, JT Cacioppo
European Journal of Neuroscience 18 (8), 2103-2109, 2003
2162003
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