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I. Refereed Publications
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  1. Paré D, Oakson G, Deschênes M, Steriade M (1987) Physiological characteristics of anterior thalamic nuclei, a group devoid of inputs from the reticular thalamic nucleus. J. Neurophysiol. 57:1669-1685.
  2. Steriade M, Parent A, Paré D, Smith Y (1987) Cholinergic and non-cholinergic neurons of cat basal forebrain project to reticular and mediodorsal thalamic nuclei. Brain Res. 408:372-376.

  3. Paré D, Smith Y, Parent A, Steriade M (1988) Projections of brainstem core cholinergic and non-cholinergic neurons of cat to intralaminar and reticular thalamic nuclei. Neuroscience 25:69-86.
  4. Parent A, Paré D, Smith Y, Steriade M (1988) Basal forebrain cholinergic and non-cholinergic projections to the thalamus and brainstem in cats and monkeys. J. Comp. Neurol. 277:281-301.
  5. Steriade M, Paré D, Parent A, Smith Y (1988) Projections of cholinergic and non-cholinergic neurons of the brainstem core to relay and associational thalamic nuclei in the cat and macaque monkey. Neuroscience 25:47-67.
  6. Smith Y, Paré D, Deschênes M, Parent A, Steriade M (1988) Cholinergic and non-cholinergic projections from the upper brainstem core to the visual thalamus in the cat. Exp. Brain Res. 70:166-180.
  7. Steriade M, Paré D, Bouhassira D, Deschênes M, Oakson G (1989) Phasic activation of lateral geniculate and perigeniculate thalamic neurons during sleep with ponto-geniculo-occipital waves. J. Neurosci. 9:2215-2229.
  8. Paré D, Steriade M, Deschênes M, Bouhassira D (1990) Prolonged enhancement of anterior thalamic synaptic responsiveness by stimulation of a brainstem cholinergic group. J. Neurosci. 10:20-33.
  9. Paré D, Bouhassira D, Oakson G, Datta S (1990) Spontaneous and evoked activities of anterior thalamic neurons during waking and sleep states. Exp. Brain Res. 80:54-62.
  10. Paré D, CurróDossi R, Steriade M (1990) Neuronal basis of the parkinsonian resting tremor: a hypothesis and its implications for treatment. Neuroscience 35:217-226.
  11. Paré D, Smith Y, Parent A, Steriade M (1990) Neuronal activity of identified posterior hypothalamic neurons projecting to the brainstem peribrachial area of the cat. Neurosci. Lett. 107:145-150.
  12. Steriade M, Datta S, Paré D, Oakson G, CurróDossi R (1990) Neuronal activities in brainstem cholinergic nuclei related to tonic activation processes in thalamocortical systems. J. Neurosci. 10:2527-2545.
  13. Steriade M, Paré D, Datta S, Oakson G, CurróDossi R (1990) Different cellular types in mesopontine cholinergic nuclei related to ponto-geniculo-occipital waves. J. Neurosci. 10:2546-2565.
  14. Paré D, CurróDossi R, Datta S, Steriade M (1990) Brainstem genesis of reserpine-induced ponto-geniculo-occipital waves: an electrophysiological and morphological investigation. Exp. Brain Res. 81:533-544.
  15. Paré D, Hazrati L N, Parent A, Steriade M (1990) Substantia nigra pars reticulata projects to the reticular thalamic nucleus of the cat: a morphological and electrophysiological study. Brain Res. 535:139-146.
  16. CurróDossi R, Paré D, Steriade M (1991) Short-lasting nicotinic and long-lasting muscarinic depolarizing responses of thalamocortical neurons to stimulation of mesopontine cholinergic nuclei. J. Neurophysiol. 65:393-406.
  17. Steriade M, CurróDossi R, Paré D, Oakson G (1991) Fast oscillations (20-40 Hz) in thalamocortical systems and their potentiation by mesopontine cholinergic nuclei in the cat. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 88:4396-4400.
  18. Llinás RR, Paré D (1991) Of dreaming and wakefulness. Neuroscience 44:521-535.
  19. Paré D, CurróDossi R, Steriade M (1991) Three types of inhibitory post-synaptic potentials generated by interneurons in the anterior thalamic complex of the cat. J. Neurophysiol. 66:1190-1205.
  20. Datta S, CurróDossi R, Paré D, Oakson G, Steriade M (1991) Substantia nigra reticulata neurons during sleep-waking states: Relation with Ponto-Geniculo-Occipital waves. Brain Res. 566:344-347.
  21. deCurtis M, Paré D, Llinás RR (1991) The electrophysiology of the olfactory-hippocampal circuit in the isolated and perfused adult mammalian brain in vitro. Hippocampus 1:341-354.
  22. CurróDossi R, Paré D, Steriade M (1992) Various types of inhibitory postsynaptic potentials in anterior thalamic cells are differentially altered by stimulation of laterodorsal tegmental cholinergic nucleus. Neuroscience 47:279-289.
  23. Paré D, deCurtis M, Llinás RR (1992) Role of the entorhinal-hippocampal loop in temporal lobe epilepsy. Extra- and intracellular study in the isolated guinea pig brain in vitro. J. Neurosci. 12:1867-1881.
  24. Paré D, Steriade M (1993) The reticular thalamic nucleus projects to the contralateral dorsal thalamus in macaque monkey. Neurosci. Lett. 154:96-100.
  25. Paré D, Smith Y (1993) Distribution of GABA immunoreactivity in the amygdaloid complex of the cat. Neuroscience 57:1961-1076.
  26. Paré D, Smith Y (1993) The intercalated cell masses project to the central and medial nuclei of the amygdala in cats. Neuroscience 57:1077-1090.
  27. Paré D, Smith Y (1994) GABAergic projection from the intercalated cell masses of the amygdala to the basal forebrain in cats. J. Comp. Neurol. 344:33-49.
  28. Smith Y, Paré D (1994) Intra-amygdaloid projections of the lateral nucleus in the cat: PHA-L anterograde labeling combined with post-embedding GABA and glutamate immunocytochemistry. J. Comp. Neurol. 342:232-248.
  29. Paré D, Llinás RR (1994) Non-lamellar propagation of entorhinal influences in the hippocampal formation: Multiple electrode recording in the isolated guinea pig brain in vitro. Hippocampus 4:403-409.
  30. Paré D, Llinás RR (1995) Intracellular study of direct entorhinal inputs to field CA1 in the isolated guinea pig brain in vitro. Hippocampus 5:115-119.
  31. Paré D, *Dong, J, *Gaudreau, H (1995) Amygdalo-entorhinal relations and their reflection in the hippocampal formation: Genesis of sharp sleep potentials. J. Neurosci. 15:2482-2503.
  32. Paré D, Llinás RR (1995) Conscious and pre-conscious processes as seen from the standpoint of sleep-waking cycle neurophysiology. Neuropsychologia 33:1155-1168.
  33. Charpak S, Paré D, Llinás RR (1995) The entorhinal cortex entrains fast CA1 hippocampal oscillations in the anaesthetized guinea pig: role of the monosynaptic component of the perforant path. Eur. J. Neurosci. 7:1548-1557.
  34. Paré D, Pape H-C, *Dong J (1995) Bursting and oscillating neurons of the cat basolateral amygdaloid complex in vivo: electrophysiological properties and morphological features. J. Neurophysiol. 74:1179-1191.
  35. Paré D, Smith Y (1995) Intra-amygdaloid projections of the basolateral and basomedial nuclei in the cat: PHA-L anterograde tracing at the light and electron microscopic level. Neuroscience 69:567-583.
  36. *Gaudreau H, Paré D (1996) Projection neurons of the lateral nucleus are virtually silent throughout the sleep-waking cycle. J. Neurophysiol. 75:1301-1305.
  37. Paré D, *Gaudreau H (1996) Projection cells and interneurons of the basolateral amygdala: Distinct firing patterns and differential relation to theta and delta rhythms in conscious cats. J. Neurosci. 16:3334-3350.
  38. Paré D, Smith Y (1996) Thalamic collaterals of corticostriatal axons: their termination field and synaptic targets in cats. J. Comp. Neurol. 372:1-17.
  39. *Lang EJ, Paré D (1997) Similar inhibitory processes dominate the responses of cat lateral amygdaloid projection neurons to their various afferents. J. Neurophysiol. 77:341-352.
  40. *Lang EJ, Paré D (1997) Synaptic and synaptically-activated intrinsic conductances underlie inhibitory potentials in cat lateral amygdaloid projection neurons in vivo. J. Neurophysiol. 77:353-363.
  41. Paré D, *Lebel E, *Lang EJ (1997) Differential impact of miniature synaptic potentials on the soma and dendrites of pyramidal neurons in vivo. J. Neurophysiol. 78:1735-1739.
  42. Paré D, *Lang EJ, Detexhe A (1998) Inhibitory control of somatodendritic interactions underlying action potentials in neocortical pyramidal neurons in vivo: Intracellular and computational study. Neuroscience 84:377-402.
  43. Pape H-C, Paré D, Driesang RB (1998) Two types of intrinsic oscillations in neurons of the lateral and basolateral nuclei of the amygdala. J. Neurophysiol. 79:205-216.
  44. *Lang EJ and Paré D (1998) Synaptic responsiveness of interneurons of the cat lateral amygdaloid nucleus. Neuroscience 83:877-889.
  45. Smith Y, Paré J-F, Paré D (1998) Cat intra-amygdaloid inhibitory network: Ultrastructural organization of parvalbumin-immunoreactive elements. J. Comp. Neurol. 391:164-179.
  46. Paré D, *Shink E, *Gaudreau H, Destexhe A, *Lang EJ (1998) Impact of spontaneous synaptic activity on the resting properties of cat neocortical pyramidal neurons in vivo. J. Neurophysiol. 79:1450-1460.
  47. Paré D, Smith Y (1998) Intrinsic circuitry of the amygdaloid complex: common principles of organization in rats and cats. Trends Neurosci. 21:240-241.
  48. Paré D, *Lang EJ (1998) Calcium electrogenesis in neocortical pyramidal neurons in vivo. Eur. J. Neurosci. 10:3164-3170.
  49. *Collins DR, *Lang EJ, Paré D (1999) Spontaneous activity of the perirhinal cortex in behaving cats. Neuroscience 89:1025-1039.
  50. *Collins DR, Paré D (1999) Reciprocal changes in the firing probability of lateral and central medial amygdala neurons. J. Neurosci. 19:836-844.
  51. Destexhe A, Paré D (1999) Impact of network activity on the integrative properties of neocortical pyramidal neurons. J. Neurophysiol. 81:1531-1547.
  52. *Collins DR, Paré D (1999) Spontaneous and evoked activity of intercalated amygdala neurons. Eur. J. Neurosci. 11:3441-3448.
  53. *Martina M, *Royer S, Paré D (1999) Physiological properties of central medial and central lateral amygdala neurons. J. Neurophysiol. 82:1843-1854.
  54. *Royer S, *Martina M, Paré D (1999) An inhibitory interface gates impulse traffic between the input and ouput stations of the amygdala. J. Neurosci. 19:10575-10583.
  55. Smith Y, Paré J-F, Paré D (2000) Differential innervation of parvalbumin-immunoreactive interneurons of the basolateral amygdaloid complex by cortical and intrinsic inputs. J. Comp. Neurol. 416:496-508.
  56. Paré D, *Collins DR (2000) Neuronal correlates of fear in the lateral amygdala: multiple extracellular recordings in conscious cats. J. Neurosci. 20:2701-2710.
  57. *Collins DR, Paré D (2000) Differential fear conditioning induces reciprocal changes in the sensory responses of the lateral amygdala neurons to the CS+ and CS-. Learning and Memory 7:97-103.
  58. Destexhe A, Paré D (2000) A combined computational and intracellular study of correlated synaptic bombardment in neocortical pyramidal neurons in vivo. Neurocomputing 32-33:113-119.
  59. *Royer S, *Martina M, Paré D (2000) Polarized synaptic interactions between intercalated neurons of the amygdala. J. Neurophysiol. 83:3509-3518.
  60. *Royer S, *Martina M, Paré D (2000) Bistable behavior of inhibitory neurons controlling impulse traffic through the amygdala: role of a slowly deinactivating K+ current. J. Neurosci. 20:9034-9039.
  61. *Collins DR, *Pelletier JG, Paré D (2001) Slow and fast (gamma) neuronal oscillations in the perirhinal cortex and lateral amygdala. J. Neurophysiol. 85:1661-1672.
  62. *Martina M, *Royer S, Paré D (2001) Propagation of neocortical inputs in the perirhinal cortex. J. Neurosci. 21:2878-2888.
  63. *Martina M, *Royer S, Paré D (2001) Cell-type specific GABA responses and chloride homeostasis in the cortex and amygdala. J. Neurophysiol. 86:2887-2895.
  64. *Pelletier JG, Paré D (2002) Uniform range of conduction times from the lateral amygdala to distributed perirhinal sites. J. Neurophysiol. 87:1213-1221.
  65. *Dumont É, *Martina M, *Samson R, Drolet G, Paré D (2002) Physiological properties of central amygdala neurons: species differences. Eur. J. Neurosci. 15:545-552.
  66. Paré D, *Collins DR, *Pelletier, JG (2002) Amygdala oscillations and the consolidation of emotional memories. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 6:306-314.
  67. Paré D (2002) Mechanisms of Pavlovian fear conditioning: Has the engram been located? Trends in Neuroscience, 25:436-437.
  68. *Royer S, Paré D (2002) Bidirectional synaptic plasticity in intercalated amygdala neurons and the extinction of conditioned fear responses. Neuroscience, 115:455-462.
  69. *Samson R, Dumont EC, Paré D (2003) Feedback inhibition defines transverse processing modules in the lateral amygdala. J. Neurosci. 23:1966-1973.
  70. *Royer S, Paré D (2003) Conservation of total synaptic weights via inverse homo- vs. heterosynaptic LTD and LTP. Nature 422: 518-522.
  71. Paré D (2003) Role of the basolateral amygdala in memory consolidation. Prog Neurobiol, 70: 409-420.
  72. Quirk GJ, *Likhtik E, *Pelletier JG, Paré D (2003) Stimulation of medial prefrontal cortex decreases the responsiveness of central amygdala output neurons. J Neurosci, 23: 8800-8807.
  73. Destexhe A, Rudolph M, Paré D (2003) The high-conductance state of neocortical neurons in vivo. Nature Neurosci Rev, 4: 739-751.
  74. *Pelletier JG, Paré D (2004) Role of amygdala oscillations in the consolidation of emotional memories. Biol Psychiatry, 55: 559-562.
  75. Rudolph M, *Pelletier JG, Paré D, Destexhe A (2004) Estimation of synaptic conductances and their variances from intracellular recordings of neocortical neurons in vivo. Neurocomputing, in press.
  76. *Pelletier JG, *Apergis J, Paré D (2004) Low probability transmission of neocortical and entorhinal impulses through the perirhinal cortex. J. Neurophysiol., 91:2079-2089.
  77. Paré D, Quirk GJ, LeDoux JE (2004) New vistas on amygdala networks in conditioned fear. J. Neurophysiol., 92:1-9.
  78. Paré D (2004) Presynaptic induction and expression of NMDA-dependent LTP. Trends in Neuroscience, 27:440-441.
  79. De Curtis M, Paré D (2004) The rhinal cortices: a wall of inhibition between the neocortex and hippocampus. Prog. Neurobiol., 74:101-110.
  80. *Samson R, Paré D (2005) Activity-dependent synaptic plasticity in the central nucleus of the amygdala. J. Neurosci., 25:1847-1855.
  81. Berretta S, Pantazopoulos P, Pantazopoulos H, Paré D (2005) Stimulation of the infralimbic cortex increases C-Fos expression in intercalated neurons of the amygdala. Neuroscience, 132:943-953.
  82. *Pelletier J-G, *Likhtik E, *Filali M, Paré D (2005) Lasting increases in basolateral amygdala activity after emotional arousal: implications for facilitated consolidation of emotional memories. Learning and Memory, 12:96-102.
  83. *Pelletier J-G, *Apergis-Schoute J, Paré D (2005) Interaction between amygdala and neocortical inputs in the perirhinal cortex. J Neurophysiol., 94:1837-1848.
  84. *Likhtik E, *Pelletier J-G, *Paz R, Paré D (2005) Prefrontal control of the amygdala. J Neurosci., 25:7429-7437.
  85. Rudolph M, *Pelletier J-G, Paré D, Destexhe A (2005) Characterization of synaptic conductances and integrative properties during electrically-induced EEG activated states in neocortical neurons in vivo. J Neurophysiol., 94:1837-1848.
  86. *Samson R, *Duvarci S, Paré D (2005) Synaptic plasticity in the central nucleus of the amygdala. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 16:287-302.
  87. *Pinto A, *Fuentes C, Paré D (2006) Feedforward inhibition regulates perirhinal transmission of neocortical inputs to the entorhinal cortex: ultrastructural study in guinea pigs. J Comp Neurol., 495:722-734.
  88. *Samson RD, Paré D, Paré D (2006) A spatially structured network of inhibitory and excitatory connections directs impulse traffic within the lateral amygdala. Neuroscience, 141:1599-1609.
  89. *Apergis-Schoute J, *Pinto A, Paré D, (2006) Ultrastructural organization of medial prefrontal inputs to the rhinal cortices. Eur J Neurosci, 24:135-144.
  90. *Paz R, *Pelletier JG, *Bauer EP, Paré D, (2006) Emotional enhancement of memory via amygdala-driven facilitation of rhinal interactions. Nature Neuroscience, 9:1321-1329.
  91. *Likhtik E, *Pelletier JG, *Popescu AT, Paré D, (2006) Identification of basolateral amygdala projection cells and interneurons using extracellular recordings. J Neurophysiol, 96:3257-3265.
  92. *Popescu AT, *Saghyan AA, Paré D, (2007) NMDA-dependent facilitation of corticostriatal plasticity by the amygdala. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 104:341-346.
  93. *Paz R, *Bauer EP, Paré D, (2007) Learning-related facilitation of rhinal interactions by medial prefrontal inputs. J Neurosci, 27:6542-6551.
  94. *Apergis-Schoute J, *Pinto A, Paré D, (2007) Muscarinic control of long-range GABAergic inhibition within the rhinal cortices. J Neurosci, 27:4061-4071.
  95. *Duvarci S, Paré D, (2007) Glucocorticoids enhance the excitability of principal basolateral amygdala neurons. J Neurosci, 27:4482-4491.

  96. *Bauer EP, *Paz R, Paré D (2007) Gamma oscillations coordinate amygdalo-rhinal interactions during learning. J Neurosci, 27:9369-9379.

  97. *Paz R, *Bauer EP, Paré D (2008) Theta synchronizes the activity of medial prefontal neurons during learning. Learning and Memory, 15:524-31.

  98. *Likhtik E, *Popa D, *Apergis-Schoute A, Fidacaro GA, Paré D (2008) Amygdala intercalated neurons are required for expression of fear extinction. Nature, 454:642-645.

  99. *Nagy F, Paré D (2008) Timing of impulses from the central amygdala and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis to the brainstem. J Neurophysiol, 100:3429-36.

  100. *Popa D, *Popescu A, Paré D (2009) Contrasting activity profile of two distributed cortical networks as a function of attentional demands. J Neurosci, 29:1191-201.

  101. *Paz R, *Bauer EP, Paré D (2009) A novel approach to study neuronal interactions between four simultaneously recorded brain regions. J Neurophysiol, 101:2507-15.

  102. *Popescu A, *Popa D, Paré D (2009) Coherent gamma oscillations couple the amygdala and striatum during learning. Nature Neuroscience, 12:801-807.

  103. *Duvarci S, *Bauer EP, Paré D (2009) The bed nucleus of the stria terminalis mediates inter-individual variations in anxiety and fear. J Neurosci, 29:10357-10361.

  104. *Amano T, *Unal CT, Paré D (2010) Synaptic correlates of fear extinction in the amygdala. Nature Neuroscience, 13:489-494.

  105. *Popa D, *Duvarci S, *Popescu AT, Léna C, Paré D (2010) Coherent amygdalocortical theta promotes fear memory consolidation during paradoxical sleep. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 107:6516-6519.

  106. Pape HC, Paré D (2010) Plastic synaptic networks of the amygdala for the acquisition, expression, and extinction of conditioned fear. Physiol Rev, 90:419-463.

  107. *Popescu AT, *Saghyan AA, *Nagy FZ, Paré D (2010) Facilitation of corticostriatal plasticity by the amygdala requires Ca2+-induced Ca2+ release in the ventral striatum. J Neurophysiol, 104:1673-1680.

  108. *Goswami S, *Cascardi M, *Rodriguez-Sierra OE, *Duvarci S, Paré D (2010) Impact of predatory threat on fear extinction in Lewis rats. Learning and Memory, 17:494-501.

  109. Quirk GJ, Paré D, Richardson R, Herry C, Monfils MH, Schiller D, Vicentic A (2010) Erasing fear memories with extinction training. J Neurosci, 30:14993-14997.

  110. *Popescu AT, Paré D (2011) Synaptic interactions underlying synchronized inhibition in the basal amygdala: evidence for existence of two types of projection cells. J Neurophysiol, 105:687-696.

  111. *Duvarci S, *Popa D, Paré D (2011) Central amygdala activity during fear conditioning. J Neurosci, 31:289-294.

  112. Li G, *Amano T, Paré D, Nair SS (2011) Impact of infralimbic inputs on intercalated amygdala neurons: a biophysical modeling study. Learning and Memory, 18:226-240.

  113. *Amir A, *Amano T, Paré D (2011) Physiological identification and infralimbic responsiveness of rat intercalated amygdala neurons. J Neurophysiol, 105:3054-3066.

  114. *Unal G, *Apergis-Schoute J, Paré D (2011) Associative properties of the perirhinal network. Cereb Cortex, 22:1318-1332.

  115. *Amano T, *Duvarci S, *Popa D, Paré D (2011) The fear circuit revisited: contributions of the basal amygdala nuclei to conditioned fear. J Neurosci, 31:15481-15489.

  116. Paré D, *Duvarci S (2012) Amygdala microcircuits mediating fear expression and extinction. Curr Opin Neurobiol, 22:717-723.

  117. *Goswami S, *Samuel S, *Sierra OR, *Cascardi M, Paré D (2012) A rat model of post-traumatic stress disorder reproduces the hippocampal deficits seen in the human syndrome. Front Behav Neurosci, 6:26.

  118. *Amano T, *Amir A, *Goswami S, Paré D (2012) Morphology, PKCδ expression, and synaptic responsiveness of different types of rat central lateral amygdala neurons. J Neurophysiol [Epub ahead of print]

  119. *Unal G, Paré JF, Smith Y, Paré D (2013) Differential connectivity of short- vs. long-range extrinsic and intrinsic cortical inputs to perirhinal neurons. J Comp Neurol, 521:2538-50.

  120. *Turesson HK, *Rodriguez-Sierra O, Paré D (2013) Intrinsic connectivity of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. J Neurophysiol, 109:2438-50. <

  121. Paz R, Paré D (2013) Emotional modulation of memory circuits by the amygdala. Curr Opin Neurobiol, 23:381-6.

  122. Kim D, Paré D, Nair S (2013) Mechanisms contributing to the induction and storage of Pavlovian fear memories in the lateral amygdala. Learning & Memory, 20:421-30.

  123. *Goswami S, *Rodríguez Sierra O, Cascardi M, Paré D (2013) Animal models of post-traumatic stress disorder. Front Behav Neurosci, 7:89.

  124. *Rodriguez-Sierra OE, *Turesson HK, Paré D (2013) Contrasting distribution of physiological cell types in different regions of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. J Neurophysiol, 110:2037-49.

  125. Kim D, Paré D, Nair SS (2013) Assignment of model amygdala neurons to the fear memory trace depends on competitive synaptic interactions.J Neurosci 33:14354-8.

  126. *Haufler D, *Nagy FZ, Paré D (2013) Neuronal correlates of fear conditioning in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. Learning & Memory, 20:633-41.

  127. *Unal G, Paré J-F, Smith Y, Paré D (2013) Cortical inputs innervate cabindin-immunoreactive interneurons of the basolateral amygdaloid complex. J Comp Neurol, 522:1915-28.

  128. *Headley DB, Paré D (2013) In sync: gamma oscillations and emotional memory. Front Behav Neurosci 7:170

  129. *Gungor NZ, Paré D (2014) CGRP inhibits neurons of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis: implications for the regulation of fear and anxiety. J Neurosci, 34:60-65.

  130. *Haufler D, Paré D (2014) High frequency oscillations are prominent in the extended amygdala. J Neurophysiol, 112:110-9.

  131. Duvarci S, Paré D (2014) Amygdala microcircuits controlling learned fear. Neuron, 82:966-80.

II. Book Chapters

  1. Paré D, Steriade M (1990) Control of the mammillothalamic axis by brainstem cholinergic laterodorsal tegmental afferents: possible involvement in mnemonic processes. In: Brain Cholinergic Systems, pp. 337-354. M Steriade and D Biesold, eds, Oxford University Press, New York.
  2. Steriade M, Paré D, Hu B, Deschênes M (1990) The visual thalamocortical system and its modulation by the brainstem core. In: Progress in Sensory Physiology, Vol. 10, pp. 1-124. D Ottosen, eds, Springer, Heideberg-New York.
  3. Steriade M, Paré D (1990) Brainstem genesis and thalamic transfer of internal signals during dreaming sleep: cellular data and hypotheses. In: Basic Mechanisms of Sleep, pp. 148-162. J Montplaisir and R Godbout, eds, Oxford University Press, New York.
  4. Steriade M, CurróDossi R, Paré D (1991) Mesopontine cholinergic systems suppress slow rhythms and induce fast oscillations in thalamocortical circuits. In: Induced Rhythms in the Brain, pp. 251-267. E Basar and TH Bullock, eds, Birkhauser, Boston.
  5. DeCurtis M, Paré D, Llinás RR (1993) Epileptogenesis in the hippocampus of the isolated guinea pig maintained in vitro: A model for limbic seizures. In: Epileptogenic and Excitotoxic Mechanisms, pp. 79-87. G Avanzini, R Sariello, U Heinneman and R Mutani, eds, John Libbey, London.
  6. Llinás RR, Paré D (1994) The role of intrinsic neuronal oscillations and network ensembles in the genesis of normal and pathological tremors. In: Handbook of Tremor Disorders. LJ Findley and WC Koller, eds, Marcel Dekker, New York, pp. 7-36.
  7. Llinás RR, Paré D (1996) The brain as a closed system modulated by the senses. In: The Mind-Brain Continuum. RR Llin‡s, P Churchland and A DeMolina, eds, MIT Press, Cambridge, pp.1-18.
  8. Llinás RR, Paré D (1997) Coherent oscillations in specific and nonspecific thalamocortical networks and their role in cognition. In: Thalamus. M Steriade, EG Jones and DA McCormick, eds, Pergamon, New York, pp. 501-516.
  9. Destexhe A, Lang EJ, Paré D (1998) Somato-dendritic interactions underlying action potential generation in neocortical pyramidal cells in vivo. In: Computational Neuroscience. Trends in Research, Plenum Press, New York, pp. 167-172.
  10. Paré D, *Royer S, Smith Y, Lang EJ (2003) Contextual inhibitory gating of impulse traffic in the intra-amygdaloid network. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 985: 78-91.
III. Book

  1. Steriade M, Paré D (2007) Gating in Cerebral Networks. Cambridge University Press.