Research Interests and Publications
Dr. Kimble’s research concerns the behavioral effects of localized brain damage on various behaviors in the laboratory rat. In particular, he is interested in following the behavioral consequences following fimbria-fornix and hippocampal lesions in rats. He is also interested in the behavior of marsupials.
Dr. Kimble is no longer accepting new students.
Kimble, D.P., & Vicedomini, J. (1995). The septohippocampal connection: Some behavioral & anatomical relationships. In L. Spear, M. Woodruff & N.E. Spear (Eds.), Neurobehavioral Plasticity, Learning, Development & Response to Brain Insults. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Kimble, D.P. (1997). Didelphid behavior. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 21, 361-369.