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Behavioral Cognitive Neuroscience

Jo, Yong Sang Assistant Professor

Research area

Acquisition and Extinction of Fear Memory, Addictive Behavior, Neural Circuitry of Sleep

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Basic Information
  • Final Academic Degree

    Behavioral Neuroscience

  • Office

    Room 702, West Building, College of Liberal Arts, Humanities Campus, 145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 02841, Republic of Korea

  • Home Page

    http://choilab409.wixsite.com/choilab

  • E-mail

    ysjo@korea.ac.kr

  • Phone Number

    02-3290-2064

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Educational Background
  • 2014. Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Washington, Seattle
  • 2007. M.A. in Biopsychology, Korea University
  • 2005. B.A. in Psychology, Korea University
Career and Awards
  • 2019. 12. ~ present / Assistant Professor, School of Psychology, Korea University
  • 2014. 10. ~ 2019. 12. / Senior research fellow, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences & Pharmachology, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Undergraduate and Graduate Courses
  • Biopsychology
  • Motivation and emotion
  • Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Psychopharmachology
  • Psychological physiology
  • Research methods in behavioral neuroscience
Research Papers
  • YS Jo, VMK Namboodiri, GD Stuber, and LS Zweifel (2020). Persistent activation of central amygdala CRF neurons helps drive the immediate fear extinction deficit. Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-10
  • G Heymann, YS Jo, KL Reichard, N McFarland, C Chavkin, RD Palmiter, ME soden, and LS Zweifel (2020). Synergy of distinct dopamine projection populations in behavioral reinforcement. Neuron 105 (5), 909-920
  • YS Jo, G Heymann, and LS Zweifel (2018). Dopamine neurons reflect the uncertainty in fear generalization. Neuron 100 (4), 916-925
  • YS Jo and SJY Mizumori (2016). Prefrontal regulation of neuronal activity in the ventral tegmental area. Cerebral Cortex 26 (10), 4057-4068
  • YS Jo and JS Choi (2014). Memory retrieval in response to partial cues requires NMDA receptor-dependent neurotransmission in the medial prefrontal cortex. Neurobiology of learning and memory 109, 20-26