Peer-Reviewed Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Auletta, A, Rue, M.C P, Harley, CM, Mesce, K. A. (2019) The Anatomical Distribution Pattern of Dopaminergic Neurons in the Central Nervous System of the Wolf Spider, Hogna lenta (Araneae: Lycosidae) J. Comp Neurol.

Harley, CM, Edgerton, J., Auletta, A (2019) "To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate: A Classroom Activity illustrating Herd Immunity" CourseSource (submitted)

*Harley, CM, Asplen MA (2018) Annelid Vision. Oxford Encyclopedia of Neuroscience

* Thompson, KJ, Harley, CM, Barthel, GM, Sanders, MA, and Mesce, KA (2015) Plasmon Resonance and the imaging of metal-impregnanted neurons with the laser scanning confocal microscope. Elife 4:e09388

* Martin, JP, Guo, PG, Mu, L, Harley, CM, Ritzman, RE (2015) Central-complex control of movement in the freely walking cockroach. Current Biology, 25: 2795-2803

Harley CM, Reilly, MG, Stewart C, Schlegel C, Morley E, Puhl JG, Nagel, C, Crisp, KM, Mesce KA (2015) Compensatory plasticity restores locomotion following chronic removal of descending projections. J. Neurophysiology, 113(10): 3610-3622

Harley CM, Wagenaar DA (2013) Scanning behavior in the leech Hirudo Verbana. PLOS ONE 9(1):e86120

Harley CM (2013) A win for science: The benefits of mentoring high school students in the lab. JUNE (Journal for Undergraduate Neuroscience Education) 12(1): E1-5

* Harley CM, Rossi M, Cienfuegos J, Wagenaar DA (2013) Discontinuous locomotion and prey sensing in the leech. Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (10): 1890-1897

Ritzmann RE, Harley CM, Daltorio KA, Tietz BR, Pollack AJ, Bender JA, Guo P, Horomanski AL, Kathman ND, Nieuwoudt C, Brown AE, Quinn RD (2012) Deciding which way to go: How do insects alter movements to negotiate barriers? Frontiers in Neuroscience, 6: 97.

* Harley CM, Cienfuegos J, Wagenaar DA (2011) Developmentally regulated multisensory integration for prey localization in the medicinal leech. Journal of Experimental Biology, 214(22): 3801-3807

Harley CM and Ritzmann RE (2010) Electrolytic lesions within central complex neuropils of the cockroach brain affect negotiation of barriers. Journal of Experimental Biology, 213(16): 2851-2864

* Harley CM, English BA, Ritzmann RE (2009) Characterization of obstacle negotiation behaviors in the cockroach, Blaberus discoidalis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212(10): 1463-1476

Lewinger WA, Harley CM, Watson MS, Ritzmann RE, Branicky MS, Quinn RD (2008) Insect and animal-inspired sensing to enable autonomous mobile robot obstacle avoidance. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, 6(1): 43-61

Lewinger WA, Harley CM, Ritzmann RE, Branicky MS, Quinn RD (2005) Insect-like antennal sensing for climbing and tunneling behavior in a biologically-inspired mobile robot. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA05), Barcelona.

† Co- first author

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