Research Articles:

1. Clark, R.E., and Delay, E.R. (1991). Reduction of lesion-induced deficits in visual reversal learning following cross-modal training. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. 3: 247-255.

2. Clark, R.E., Zhang, A.A. & Lavond, D.G. (1992). Reversible lesions of the cerebellar interpositus nucleus during acquisition and retention of a classically conditioned behavior. Behavioral Neuroscience. 106: 879-888.

3. Clark, R.E. & Lavond, D.G. (1993). Reversible lesions of the red nucleus during acquisition and retention of a classically conditioned behavior in rabbits. Behavioral Neuroscience. 107: 264-270.

4. Clark, R.E. and Lavond, D.G. (1994) Reacquisition of classical conditioning after removal of cerebellar cortex in Dutch Belted rabbits. Behavioral Brain Research. 61: 101-106.

5. Lavond, D.G., Kanzawa, S.A., Ivkovich, D. and Clark, R.E. (1994). Transfer of learning but not memory after unilateral cerebellar lesion. Behavioral Neuroscience. 108: 284-293.

6. Clark, R.E. and Lavond, D.G. (1995). Neural unit activity in the trigeminal complex with interpositus or red nucleus inactivation during classical eyeblink conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience. 109: 13-21.

7. Kim, J.J., Clark, R.E. and Thompson, R.F. (1995). Hippocampectomy impairs the memory of recently, but not remotely, acquired trace eyeblink responses. Behavioral Neuroscience. 109(2): 195-203.

8. Clark, R.E., Zhang, A.A. and Lavond, D.G. (1997). The importance of cerebellar cortex and facial nucleus in acquisition and retention of eyeblink/NM conditioning: Evidence for critical unilateral regulation of the conditioned response. The Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 67(2): 96-111.

9. Clark, R.E., Gohl, E.B. & Lavond, D.G. (1997). The learning related activity that develops in the pontine nuclei during classical eyeblink conditioning is dependent on the interpositus nucleus. Learning and Memory. 3: 532-544.

10. Clark, R.E. and Squire, L.R. (1998). Classical conditioning and brain systems: A key role for awareness. Science. 280: 77-81.

11. Clark, R.E. and Zola, S. (1998). Trace eyeblink classical conditioning in the monkey: A nonsurgical method and behavioral analysis. Behavioral Neuroscience. 112: 1062-1068.

12. Clark, R.E. and Squire, L.R. (1999). Human eyeblink classical conditioning: Effects of manipulating awareness of the stimulus contingencies. Psychological Science. 10: 14-18.

13. Buffalo, E.A., Ramus, S.J., Clark, R.E., Teng, E., Squire, L.R., and Zola, S.M. (1999). Dissociation between the effects of damage to perirhinal cortex and area TE. Learning and Memory. 6(6): 572-599.

14. Zola, S.M., Squire, L.R., Teng, E., Stefanacci, L., Buffalo, E.A. and Clark, R.E. (2000). Impaired recognition memory in monkeys after damage limited to the hippocampal region. Journal of Neuroscience. 20: 451-463.

15. Manns, J.R., Clark, R.E., and Squire, L.R. (2000). Awareness predicts the magnitude of single-cue trace eyeblink conditioning. Hippocampus. 10: 181-186..

16. Thompson, R.F., Swain, R., Clark, R.E., and Shinkman, P. (2000). Intracerebellar conditioning—Brogden and Gantt revisited. Behavioural Brain Research, 110: 3-11..

17. Manns, J.R., Clark, R.E., and Squire, L.R. (2000). Parallel acquisition of awareness and trace eyeblink classical conditioning. Learning and Memory, 7: 267-272.

18. Clark, R.E., Zola, S.M. and Squire, L.R. (2000). Impaired Recognition Memory in Rats after Damage to the Hippocampus. Journal of Neuroscience, 20: 8853-8860.

19. Squire, L.R., Clark, R.E., and Knowlton, B.J. (2001). Retrograde Amnesia. Hippocampus, 11: 50-55.

20. Clark, R.E., West, A.N., Zola, S.M., and Squire, L.R. (2001). Rats with lesions of the hippocampus are impaired on the delayed nonmatching-to-sample task. Hippocampus, 11: 176-186.

21. Clark, R.E., Manns, J.R., and Squire, L.R. (2001). Trace and delay eyeblink conditioning: Contrasting phenomena of declarative and nondeclarative memory. Psychological Science, 12: 304-308.

22. Manns, J.R., Clark, R.E., and Squire, L.R. (2001). Single-cue delay eyeblink conditioning is unrelated to awareness. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 2: 192-198.

23. Manns, J.R., Clark, R.E., and Squire, L.R. (2002). Standard delay eyeblink classical conditioning is independent of awareness. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 28(1): 32-37.

24. Clark, R.E., Broadbent, N.J., Zola, S., and Squire, L.R. (2002). Anterograde amnesia and temporally-graded retrograde amnesia for a nonspatial memory task following lesions of hippocampus and subiculum, Journal of Neuroscience, 22(11): 4663-4669.

25. Clark, R.E., Manns, J.R., and Squire, L.R. (2002). Classical conditioning, awareness, and brain systems. Trends in Cognitive Science, 6(12): 524-531.

Book Chapters:

1. Clark, R.E. and Squire, L.R. (2000). Awareness and the conditioned eyeblink response. In D.S. Woodruff-Pak and J.E. Steinmetz (Eds.), Eyeblink Classical Conditioning: Human. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

2. Clark, R.E. (2002). Classical Conditioning. Encyclopedia of the Human Brain. Academic Press.

3. Broadbent, N., Clark, R.E., Zola, S., and Squire, L.R. (2001). The Medial Temporal Lobe and Memory. In L.R. Squire and D.L. Schacter, (Eds.). The Neuropsychology of Memory, 3rd Edition.