Heslin, K. A., Purnell, J. R., De Corte, B. J., & Parker, K. L. (2022). A limited cerebellar contribution to suprasecond timing across differing task demands. Behavioral Neuroscience, 136(5), 479–494.

Müller Ewald VA*, Purnell JR*, Bruss JE, Barsotti EJ, Aldine AS, Mahachi KG, Wemmie JA, Magnotta VA, Boes AD, Parker KL*, Fiedorowicz JG* (2022). Posterior fossa sub-arachnoid cysts observed in patients with bipolar disorder: a retrospective cohort study. Cerebellum.

Heslin KA*, Purnell JR*, De Corte BJ, and Parker KL*. (2022). Investigating cerebellar contributions to supra-second timing across differing task demands. Behavioral Brain Research.

De Corte BJ, Heslin K, Parker KL (2021). Communication between the mediodorsal thalamus and prelimbic cortex regulates timing performance in rats. BioRxiv; MSID:449036

Heskje J, Heslin K, De Corte BJ, Walsh KP, Kim Y, Han S, Carlson ES, Parker KL (2020). Cerebellar D1DR-expressing neurons modulate

Singh, A*., Trapp, N.T*., De Corte, B., Cao, S., Kingyon, J., Boes, A.D., & Parker, K.L. (2019). Cerebellar theta-frequency transcranial pulsed stimulation increases frontal theta oscillations in patients with schizophrenia. Cerebellum. PMID: Pending

Heskje, J., Heslin K., Walsh, K.P., De Corte, B., Kim, YC., Carlson E.S., & Parker, K.L. (2019). Cerebellar D1DR expressing neurons modulate the frontal cortex during timing tasks. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory.

Parker, K.L., Kim, Y., Kelly, R.M., Nessler, A., Andreasen, N.C., & Narayanan, N.S. (2017). Delta-frequency stimulation of cerebellar projections can compensate for schizophrenia-related medial frontal dysfunction. Molecular Psychiatry. PMID: Pending

Emmons, E.B., De Corte, B.J., Parker, K.L., Matell, M.S., & Narayanan, N.S. (2017). Rodent medial frontal control of temporal processing in the dorsomedial striatum. Journal of Neuroscience. PMID: Pending

Emmons, E.E., Ruggiero, R.N., Kelly, R.M., Parker, K.L., and Narayanan, N.S. (Requested Manuscript - 2016). Corticostriatal field potentials are modulated at ~4Hz during interval-timing tasks in rodents. Frontiers in Biology. PMID: 4820903

Parker, K.L. Kim, Y., Alberico, S.L., Emmons, E.E., and Narayanan, N.S. (Requested Manuscript - 2016). Optogenetic approaches to evaluate striatal function in animal models of Parkinson’s disease. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience. PMID: 27069384

Parker, K.L. (Requested Manuscript - 2015). Timing tasks synchronize cerebellar and frontal ramping activity and theta oscillations: Implications for cerebellar stimulation in diseases of impaired cognition. Frontiers in Psychiatry, Research Topic “Eyeblink Classical Conditioning in Psychiatric Conditions: Novel Uses for a Classic Paradigm. PMID: 26834650

Parker, K.L., Ruggiero, R., and Narayanan, N.S. (Requested Manuscript - 2015). Infusion of D1 dopamine receptor agonist into medial frontal cortex disrupts neural correlates of interval timing. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, Research Topic “Neural circuitry of behavioral flexibility: Dopamine and related systems”. PMID:26617499

Messingham, K., Aust, S., Helfenberger, J., Parker, K.L., Schultz, S., McKillip, J., Narayanan, N.S. and Fairly, J.A. (2015). Autoantibodies to Collagen XVII are Present in Parkinson’s disease and Localize to Tyrosine-Hydroxylase Positive Neurons. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology.

Parker, K.L., Chen, K.H., Kingyon, J.R., Cavanagh, J.F., & Narayanan, N.S. (2015). Medial frontal ~4Hz activity in humans and rodents is attenuated in PD patients and in rodents with cortical dopamine depletion. Journal of Neurophysiology. PMID: 26133799

Parker, K.L., Narayanan, N.S., & Andreasen, N.C. (2014). The therapeutic potential of the cerebellum in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, Research Topic “Distributed networks: new outlooks on cerebellar function,” 8:163. PMID: 25309350

Parker, K.L., Chen, K.H., Kingyon, J.R., Cavanagh, J.F., & Narayanan, N.S. (2014). D1-dependent 4 Hz oscillations and ramping activity in rodent medial frontal cortex during interval timing. Journal of Neuroscience. PMID: 25505330

Parker, K.L., Lamichhane, D., Caetano, M.S., & Narayanan, N.S. (2013). Interval timing and executive dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 7:75. PMID: 24198770

Parker, K.L., Alberico, S.L., Miller, A.D., & Narayanan, N.S. (2013). Prefrontal D1 dopamine signaling influences temporal expectation during reaction-time performance. Neuroscience, 255:246-54. PMID: 24120554

Parker, K.L., & Andreasen, N.C. (2013). The CCTCC/Cognitive Dysmetria Model of Schizophrenia: The Role of the Cerebellum.  Consensus Paper: The cerebellum’s role in movement and cognition. Cerebellum, 13(1): 151-77. PMID: 239-96631

Parker, K.L., Andreasen, N.C., Liu, D., Freeman, J.H., & O’Leary, D.S. (2013). Eyeblink conditioning in unmedicated schizophrenia: a positron emission tomography study. Psychiatry Research – Neuroimaging, 214(3): 402-9. PMID: 24090512

Parker, K.L., Andreasen, N.C., Liu, D., Freeman, J.H., Ponto, L.L., & O’Leary, D.S.  (2012). Eyeblink conditioning in healthy controls: a positron emission tomography study. Cerebellum, 11(4): 946-56. PMID: 22430943

Parker K.L., & Bracha, V. (2009). Inactivating the middle cerebellar peduncle abolishes the expression of short-latency conditioned eyeblinks. Brain Research, 1303: 32-38. PMID: 19747462

Parker K.L., Zbarska, S., Carrel, A., & Bracha, V. (2009). Blocking GABAA receptors in interposed nuclei: effects on conditioned and unconditioned eyeblinks. Brain Research, 1292: 25-37. PMID: 19635470

Bracha, V., Zbarska, S., Parker, K.L., Carrel, A., Zenitsky, G., & Bloedel, J.R. (2009). The cerebellum and eye-blink conditioning: learning versus network performance hypotheses. Neuroscience, 163 (3): 787-796. PMID: 19162131

Ryan, S.B., Detweiler, K.L., Holland, K.H., Hord, M. A., & Bracha, V. (2006). A long range, wide field-of-view infrared eyeblink detector. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 152: 74-82. PMID: 16257057