Nagaya, Naomi individual record
Research Assistant Professor
Positions:
overview

My research focuses on the hormonal regulation of behavior, particularly the role for neurosteroids in fear, anxiety, and emotional learning and memory.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles12
  • Acca, G. M., Mathew, A. S., Jin, J., Maren, S., & Nagaya, N (2017). Allopregnanolone induces state-dependent fear via the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis.. Horm Behav. 89, 137-144.
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  • Nagaya, N., & Maren, S (2015). Sex, steroids, and fear.. Biol Psychiatry. 78(3), 152-153.
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  • Nagaya, N., Acca, G. M., & Maren, S. (2015). Allopregnanolone in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis modulates contextual fear in rats.. Front Behav Neurosci. 9(AUGUST), 205.
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  • Nagaya, N., Tittle, R. K., Saar, N., Dellal, S. S., & Hume, R. I (2005). An intersubunit zinc binding site in rat P2X2 receptors.. J Biol Chem. 280(28), 25982-25993.
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  • Nagaya, N., & Macdonald, R. L (2001). Two gamma2L subunit domains confer low Zn2+ sensitivity to ternary GABA(A) receptors.. J Physiol. 532(Pt 1), 17-30.
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Email
nagaya@tamu.edu
First Name
Naomi
Last Name
Nagaya
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Psychology; 3474 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3474
USA