Judy Stern

Affiliations: 
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Area:
maternal behavior
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Stern JM, Weinberg J, Hennessy MB. (2010) From Freud to a modern understanding of behavioral, physiological, and brain development. Developmental Psychobiology. 52: 609-15
Stern JM. (2004) Traumatic brain injury: An effect and cause of domestic violence and child abuse Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports. 4: 179-181
Salzberg HC, Lonstein JS, Stern JM. (2002) GABA(A) receptor regulation of kyphotic nursing and female sexual behavior in the caudal ventrolateral periaqueductal gray of postpartum rats. Neuroscience. 114: 675-87
Stern JM, Azzara AV. (2002) Thermal control of mother-young contact revisited: hyperthermic rats nurse normally. Physiology & Behavior. 77: 11-18
Stern JM, Yu YL, Crockett DP. (2002) Dorsolateral columns of the spinal cord are necessary for both suckling-induced neuroendocrine reflexes and the kyphotic nursing posture in lactating rats Brain Research. 947: 110-121
Stern JM, Keer SE. (2002) Acute hunger of rat pups elicits increased kyphotic nursing and shorter intervals between nursing bouts: Implications for changes in nursing with time postpartum Journal of Comparative Psychology. 116: 83-92
Stern JM, Lonstein JS. (2001) Neural mediation of nursing and related maternal behaviors. Progress in Brain Research. 133: 263-78
Lonstein JS, Gréco B, De Vries GJ, et al. (2000) Maternal behavior stimulates c-fos activity within estrogen receptor alpha-containing neurons in lactating rats. Neuroendocrinology. 72: 91-101
Stern JM, Protomastro M. (2000) Effects of low dosages of apomorphine on maternal responsiveness in lactating rats Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior. 66: 353-359
Keer SE, Stern JM. (1999) Dopamine receptor blockade in the nucleus accumbens inhibits maternal retrieval and licking, but enhances nursing behavior in lactating rats Physiology and Behavior. 67: 659-669
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