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Sex and experience influence behavioral responses of adult rats to potentiated and nonpotentiated ultrasonic vocalizations of pups

Rohitsingh, Shelly‐Ann ; Smith, Jonathan A. ; Shair, Harry N.

Developmental Psychobiology, November 2011, Vol.53(7), pp.677-684 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Head orientation and handedness trajectory in rhesus monkey infants (Macaca mulatta

Nelson, Eliza L. ; Emery, Michelle S. ; Babcock, Samantha M. ; Novak, Matthew F. S. X. ; Suomi, Stephen J. ; Novak, Melinda A.

Developmental Psychobiology, April 2011, Vol.53(3), pp.246-255 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Effects of exercise and environmental complexity on deficits in trace and contextual fear conditioning produced by neonatal alcohol exposure in rats

Schreiber, W. B. ; St. Cyr, S. A. ; Jablonski, S. A. ; Hunt, P. S. ; Klintsova, A. Y. ; Stanton, M. E.

Developmental Psychobiology, July 2013, Vol.55(5), pp.483-495 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Ethanol‐induced locomotor activity in adolescent rats and the relationship with ethanol‐induced conditioned place preference and conditioned taste aversion

Acevedo, María Belén ; Nizhnikov, Michael E. ; Spear, Norman E. ; Molina, Juan C. ; Pautassi, Ricardo M.

Developmental Psychobiology, May 2013, Vol.55(4), pp.429-442 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Effect of mothering on the spatial exploratory behavior of quail chicks

De Margerie, E. ; Peris, A. ; Pittet, F. ; Houdelier, C. ; Lumineau, S. ; Richard‐Yris, M. ‐A.

Developmental Psychobiology, April 2013, Vol.55(3), pp.256-264 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Long‐term effects of differential early rearing in rhesus macaques: Behavioral reactivity in adulthood

Corcoran, Christopher A. ; Pierre, Peter J. ; Haddad, Tyler ; Bice, Christina ; Suomi, Stephen J. ; Grant, Kathleen A. ; Friedman, David P. ; Bennett, Allyson J.

Developmental Psychobiology, July 2012, Vol.54(5), pp.546-555 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Effects of social conditions during early development on stress response and personality traits in great tits (Parus major

Naguib, Marc ; Flörcke, Cornelia ; Van Oers, Kees ;Trillmich, Fritz ; Hudson, Robyn

Developmental Psychobiology, September 2011, Vol.53(6), pp.592-600 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Building the blocks of executive functioning: Differentiating early developing processes contributing to executive functioning skills

Mandell, Dorothy J. ; Ward, Sarah E.

Developmental Psychobiology, December 2011, Vol.53(8), pp.796-805 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Similarity in temperament between mother and offspring rhesus monkeys: Sex differences and the role of monoamine oxidase‐a and serotonin transporter promoter polymorphism genotypes

Sullivan, Erin C. ; Mendoza, Sally P. ; Capitanio, John P. ;Trillmich, Fritz ; Hudson, Robyn

Developmental Psychobiology, September 2011, Vol.53(6), pp.549-563 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Developmental fluoxetine and prenatal stress effects on serotonin, dopamine, and synaptophysin density in the PFC and hippocampus of offspring at weaning

Gemmel, Mary ; Rayen, Ine ; Lotus, Tiffany ; Donkelaar, Eva van ; Steinbusch, Harry W ; De Lacalle, Sonsoles ; Kokras, Nikolaos ; Dalla, Christina ; Pawluski, Jodi L ;Jonchère, Laurent (Editor)

Developmental Psychobiology, 2016, Vol.58(3), p.315–327 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Maternal inhibition of infant behavioral response following isolation in novel surroundings and inflammatory challenge

Hennessy, Michael B. ; Jacobs, Sarah ; Schiml, Patricia A. ; Hawk, Kiel ; Stafford, Nathan ; Deak, Terrence

Developmental Psychobiology, May 2013, Vol.55(4), pp.395-403 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Persistent sensitization of depressive‐like behavior and thermogenic response during maternal separation in pre‐ and post‐weaning guinea pigs

Schneider, Randi L. ; Schiml, Patricia A. ; Deak, Terrence ; Hennessy, Michael B.

Developmental Psychobiology, July 2012, Vol.54(5), pp.514-522 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Ontogeny of sex differences in response to novel objects from adolescence to adulthood in lister‐hooded rats

Cyrenne, De‐Laine M. ; Brown, Gillian R.

Developmental Psychobiology, November 2011, Vol.53(7), pp.670-676 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Sensory feedback alters spontaneous limb movements in newborn rats: Effects of unilateral forelimb weighting

Brumley, Michele R. ; Robinson, Scott R.

Developmental Psychobiology, May 2013, Vol.55(4), pp.323-333 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The influences of perinatal challenge persist into the adolescent period in socially housed bonnet macaques ( Macaca radiata

Laudenslager, Mark L. ; Natvig, Crystal ; Corcoran, Christopher A. ; Blevins, Maria W. ; Pierre, Peter J. ; Bennett, Allyson J.

Developmental Psychobiology, April 2013, Vol.55(3), pp.316-322 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Does the early social environment affect structure and consistency of personality in wild‐type male rats?

Gracceva, Giulia ; Koolhaas, Jaap M. ; Groothuis, Ton G. G. ;Trillmich, Fritz ; Hudson, Robyn

Developmental Psychobiology, September 2011, Vol.53(6), pp.614-623 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Eyeblink conditioning in the developing rabbit

Brown, Kevin L. ; Woodruff‐Pak, Diana S.

Developmental Psychobiology, May 2012, Vol.54(4), pp.423-432 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Ontogeny of ethanol intake in alcohol preferring (P) and alcohol nonpreferring (NP) rats

Pautassi, Ricardo Marcos ; Nizhnikov, Michael E. ; Truxell, Eric ; Varlinskaya, Elena I. ; Spear, Norman E.

Developmental Psychobiology, April 2011, Vol.53(3), pp.234-245 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Maturation of shoaling behavior is accompanied by changes in the dopaminergic and serotoninergic systems in zebrafish

Buske, Christine ; Gerlai, Robert

Developmental Psychobiology, January 2012, Vol.54(1), pp.28-35 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Saccharin pre‐exposure enhances appetitive flavor learning in pre‐weanling rats

Swithers, Susan E. ; Ogden, Sean B. ; Laboy, Alycia F. ; Davidson, T. L.

Developmental Psychobiology, December 2012, Vol.54(8), pp.818-824 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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