Robyn J. Crook (robyn)


Jan 19, 2007
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2022 Behavioral changes in senescent giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) are associated with peripheral neural degeneration and loss of epithelial tissue Meghan M. Holst Aquarium of the Bay, Camille M. Hauver Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, Rachel S. Stein The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Bianca L. Milano The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Andrew G. Zink San Francisco State University, Jason V. Watters San Francisco Zoological Society, Robyn J. Crook San Francisco State University

2021 Anesthetic Efficacy of Magnesium Chloride and Ethyl Alcohol in Temperate Octopus and Cuttlefish Species Lisa A Abbo, Nicole E Himebaugh, Lindsey M DeMelo, Roger T Hanlon, Robyn J Crook

2021 Behavioral and Neurophysiological Evidence Suggests Affective Pain Experience in Octopus
Robyn J. Crook

2020 Environmental Estrogen Exposure Disrupts Sensory Processing and Nociceptive Plasticity in the Cephalopod Euprymna Scolopes Stephanie N. Bazarini, Robyn J. Crook

2019 Early-life injury produces lifelong neural hyperexcitability, cognitive deficit and altered defensive behaviour in the squid Euprymna scolopes Ryan B. Howard, Lauren N. Lopes, Christina R. Lardie, Paul P. Perez, Robyn J. Crook

2018 Ontogenetic and experience-dependent changes in defensive behavior in captive-bred Hawaiian Bobtail Squid, Euprymna scolopes Frontiers in Physiology Kia Seehafer, Samantha Brophy, Sara R. Tom, Robyn J. Crook

2017 In vivo recording of neural and behavioral correlates of anesthesia induction, reversal, and euthanasia in cephalopod molluscs. Robyn J. Crook, Hanna M Butler-Struben, Samantha M. Brophy, Nasira A. Johnson

2017 The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor fluoxetine increases spontaneous afferent firing, but not mechanonociceptive sensitization, in octopus Paul V. Perez, Hanna M. Butler-Struben, Robyn J. Crook

2017 Identifying cephalopod ‘pain’ through measures of neural and behavioral plasticity after injury Cephalopod Science from Biology to Welfare Heraklion, Greece

2016 Peripheral injury alters schooling behavior in squid, Doryteuthis pealeii
Megumi Oshimaa,Theodor Di Pauli von Treuheim, Julia Carroll,Roger T Hanlon,Edgar T Walters,
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2014 Cephalopod Cognition Chapter 2 Evolution of Behavioral and Neural Complexity: Learning and Memory in Chambered Nautilus
Jennifer Basil, Robyn Crook

2014 Neuroethology: Self-Recognition Helps Octopuses Avoid Entanglement RJ Crook, ET Walters - Current Biology

2014 Nociceptive Sensitization Reduces Predation Risk Robyn J. Crook, Katharine Dickson, Roger T. Hanlon, Edgar T. Walters

Alupay, J.S., Hadjisolomou, S.P and Crook, R.J. (2014). Arm injury produces long-term behavioral and neural hypersensitivity in octopus. Neurosci. Lett. 558, 137-142

Crook, R.J., Hanlon, R.T. and Walters, E.T. (2013). Squid have nociceptors that display long term sensitization and spontaneous activity after bodily injury. J. Neurosci. 33(24) 10021-10026 (featured in ‘Outside JEB’, ‘’)

Crook, R.J. (2013). The welfare of invertebrates in research: Can science’s next generation improve their lot? (Invited review) J. Postdoct. Res. 1(2), 9-20

Crook, R.J., and Basil, J.A. (2013). Flexible spatial orientation and navigational strategies in Chambered Nautilus. Ethology, 119(1), 77-85

Wardill, T., Gonzalez-Bellido, P., Crook, R.J. and Hanlon, R.T. (2012) Neural control of tunable skin iridescence in squid. Proc R. Soc. B, 279(1745) 4243-4252

Basil, J.A., Barord, G., Crook, R.J., Derman, R., Ju, C.H., Travis, L. and Vargas, T. (2012) A synthetic approach to the study of learning and memory in Chambered Nautilus (Cephalopoda: Nautiloidea). Vie Et Milieaux, 61(4) 231-242

Crook, R.J., Lewis, T., Hanlon, R.T and Walters, E.T. (2011).Peripheral injury produces long-term sensitization of responses to tactile and visual stimuli in squid, Loligo pealei. J. Exp. Biol. 214, 3173-3185

Crook, R.J. and Walters, E.T. (2011). Nociceptive behavior and physiology in Molluscs: Animal welfare implications. ILAR. 52 (2) 185-195

Crook, R.J., Hanlon, R.T and Basil, J.A. (2009). Memory of visual and topographical features suggests spatial learning in the ancient cephalopod, nautilus (Nautilus pompilius L.). J. Comp. Psych. 3 264-274

Crook, R.J., and Basil, J. (2008). A role for nautilus in studies of the evolution of brain and behavior (Invited review). Comm. Int. Bio. 1: 61-62

Crook, R.J. and Basil, J.A. (2008). A biphasic memory curve in the Chambered Nautilus, Nautilus pompilius L. (Cephalopoda: Nautiloidea) J. Exp. Biol. 211: 1992-1998 (Article featured in Nature Research Highlights, ScienceDaily, ScienceBlogs)
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