The War Inside: Fighting Depression in the
Holy Land Verge Video, August 20, 2013
Memory: How it works, why it sometimes doesn't,
and what you can do to improve yours: Newark December, 2012
Minority and economically disadvantaged seniors are at greater risk for Alzheimer's disease, due to environmental, lifestyle and behavioral factors. In collaboration with local community organizations, we are developing educational and memory fitness programs to promote memory health, cognitive vitality, and a better understanding of Alzheimer's disease among seniors in Greater Newark.
A new brain research and education exchange between Rutgers University-Newark and Al-Quds University Medical School in the Palestinian Territories/West Bank, encompasses programs in basic neuroscience, clinical neurology, psychiatry, neuropsychology, and geriatrics, and is intended to lead towards the foundation of a future Palestinian Neuroscience Institute at Al-Quds University Medical School.
Moustafa, A. A., Herzallah, M. M., & Gluck, M. A. (2013). Dissociating the cognitive effects of levodopa versus dopamine agonists in a neurocomputational model of learning in Parkinson's disease. Neurodegenerative Disorders. 11:102-111 DOI: 10.1159/000341999
Levi-Gigi, E., Kéri, S., Myers, C.E., Lencovsky, Z., Sharvit-Benbaji, H., Orr, S.P., Gilbertson, M.W., Servatius, R.J., Tsao, J.W. & Gluck, M.A. (2012). Individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder show a selective deficit in generalization of associative learning. Neuropsychology, 26(6), 758-767
Mattfeld, A. T., Gluck, M. A. and Stark C. L., (2011). Functional specialization within the striatum along both the dorsal/ventral and anterior/posterior axes during associative learning via reward and punishment. Learning and Memory. 8:703-711.
Recently updated, with a convenient new modular format, Learning and Memory, Second Edition, shows students where the study of learning and memory is and where it is heading. Requiring no prerequisite coursework, this textbook connects learning, memory, and neuroscience. The book compares brain studies and behavioral approaches in human and other animal species, includes extensive clinical perspectives, and is printed in full-color throughout.