Multi-dimensional neural selectivity in the primate amygdala — [PDF] Putnam PT. and Gothard KM. 2019. eNeuro (in press).

Multisensory Neurons in the Primate Amygdala — [PDF] Morrow J, Mosher C, Gothard K. J Neurosci. 2019 May 8;39(19):3663-3675.

Conserved features of anterior cingulate networks support observational learning across species [PDF] Burgos-Robles, Anthony et al, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews , 2019.

Bridging the gap between rodents and humans: The role of non‐human primates in oxytocin research [PDF] Putnam, Philip et al. American Journal of Primatology, e22756. 2018.

Silicon Foreign Body in the Cerebrum of a Rhesus Macaque (Macaca mulatta)[PDF] Doane, Cynthia J et al. Comparative Medicine. 68: 182-186. 2018.

New perspectives on the neurophysiology of primate amygdala emerging from the study of naturalistic social behaviors[PDF] Gothard, et. al. WIREs Cognitive Science, e1449. 2017.

Fixations Gate Species-Specific Responses to Free Viewing of Faces in the Human and Macaque Amygdala[PDF] Minxha, et. al. Cell Reports, 18, 878–891, January 24, 2017.

Social determinants of eyeblinks in adult male macaques [PDF] Ballesta, Sébastien, et al. Nature News, Nature Publishing Group, 2016.

Tactile stimulation of the face and the production of facial expressions activate neurons in the primate amygdala[PDF] Mosher, Clayton et al. eNeuro 2016; 10.1523/ENEURO.0182-16.2016

Oxytocin enhances gaze-following responses to videos of natural social behavior in adult male rhesus monkeys[PDF] Putnam, Philip et al. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 72, 47-53, 2016.

Neurons in the Monkey Amygdala Detect Eye Contact during Naturalistic Social Interactions[PDF] Mosher, Clayton et al. Current Biology, 24, 2459–2464, 2014.

Orbitofrontal Cortex Volume in Area 11/13 Predicts Reward Devaluation, But Not Reversal Learning Performance, in Young and Aged Monkeys [PDF] Burke, Sara et al. The Journal of Neuroscience, 34(30): 9905–9916, 2014.

The amygdalo-motor pathways and the control of facial expressions [PDF] Gothard, Katalin. Front. Neurosci. 8(43), 2014.

Competing molecular interactions of aPKC isoforms regulate neuronal polarity[PDF] Parker, Sara et al. PNAS, 110, 14450-14455, 2013.

Amygdala lesions disrupt modulation of functional MRI activity evoked by facial expression in the monkey inferior temporal cortex[PDF] Hadj-Bouziane, Fadila et al. PNAS, E3640-E3648, 2012.

How Macaques View Familiarity and Gaze in Conspecific Faces[PDF] Blumenthal, Galit et al. Behavioral Neuroscience, 126(6), 781-791, 2012.

Videos of conspecifics elicit interactive looking patterns and facial expressions in monkeys[PDF] Mosher, Clayton et al. Behavioral Neuroscience, 125(4): 639-652, 2011.

MaqFACS: A Muscle-Based Facial Movement Coding System for the Rhesus Macaque[PDF] Parr, L.A. et al. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 143, 4, 2010.

Response Characteristics of Basolateral and Centromedial Neurons in the Primate Amygdala[PDF] Mosher, Clayton et al. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30(48), 2010.

Individual differences in scanpaths correspond with serotonin transporter genotype and behavioral phenotype in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)[PDF] Gibboni III, Zimmerman, and Gothard. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 3(50), 2009.

Behavioral Triggers of Skin Conductance Responses and Their Neural Correlates in the Primate Amygdala[PDF] Laine, Christopher et al. Journal of Neurophysiology, 101:1749-1754, 2009.

Multiple perceptual strategies used by macaque monkeys for face recognition[PDF] Gothard, Katalin and Brooks, Kelly. Animal Cognition, 12:155-167, 2009.

Mapping the contribution of single muscles to facial movements in the Rhesus Macaque[PDF] Waller, B.M. et al. Physiology & Behavior, 95(1-2): 93-100, 2008.

A removable silicone elastomer seal reduces granulation tissue growth and maintains the sterility of recording chambers for primate neurophysiology[PDF] Spitler, Kevin and Gothard, Katalin. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 169(1):23-6, 2008.

Facial-Expression and Gaze-Selective Responses in the Monkey Amygdala[PDF] Hoffman, Kari et al. Current Biology, 17(9):766-772, 2007.

Neural Responses to Facial Expression and Face Identity in the Monkey Amygdala[PDF] Gothard, Katalin et al. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97:167101683, 2007.

Intramuscular Electrical Stimulation of Facial Muscles in Humans and Chimpanzees: Duchenne Revisited and Extended[PDF] Waller, Bridget et al. Emotion, 6(3):367-382, 2006.

Self-Motion and the Hippocampal Spatial Metric[PDF] Terrazas, Alejandro et al. The Journal of Neuroscience, 25(35):8085-8096, 2005.

How do rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) scan faces in a visual paired comparison task?[PDF] Gothard, Katalin et al. Animal Cognition, 7:25-36, 2004.

Dentate Gyrus and CA1 Ensemble Activity during Spatial Reference Frame Shifts in the Presence and Absence of Visual Input[PDF] Gothard, Katalin et al. The Journal of Neuroscience, 21(18):7284-7292, 2001.

Dynamics of Mismatch Correction in the Hippocampal Ensemble Code for Space: Interaction between Path Integration and Environmental Cues[PDF] Gothard, KM, Skaggs, WE, and McNaughton, BL. The Journal of Neuroscience, 16(24):8027-8040, 1996.

Binding of Hippocampal CA1 Neural Activity to Multiple Reference Frames in a Landmark-Based Navigation Task[PDF] Gothard, Katalin et al. The Journal of Neuroscience, 16(2):823-835, 1996.