Sarah J. Alger, Ph.D.

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University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Lauren V. Riters grad student 2010 UW Madison
 (The role of the medial preoptic nucleus in the regulation of context-appropriate song in male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).)
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Alger SJ, Kelm-Nelson CA, Stevenson SA, et al. (2019) Complex patterns of dopamine-related gene expression in the ventral tegmental area of male zebra finches relate to dyadic interactions with long-term female partners. Genes, Brain, and Behavior. e12619
Alger SJ, Larget BR, Riters LV. (2016) A novel statistical method for behaviour sequence analysis and its application to birdsong. Animal Behaviour. 116: 181-193
Alger SJ, Larget BR, Riters LV. (2016) A novel statistical method for behaviour sequence analysis and its application to birdsong Animal Behaviour. 116: 181-193
Alger SJ, Juang C, Riters LV. (2011) Social affiliation relates to tyrosine hydroxylase immunolabeling in male and female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy. 42: 45-55
Riters LV, Alger SJ. (2011) Hormonal Regulation of Avian Courtship and Mating Behaviors Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates - Volume 4. 153-180
Alger SJ, Maasch SN, Riters LV. (2009) Lesions to the medial preoptic nucleus affect immediate early gene immunolabeling in brain regions involved in song control and social behavior in male European starlings. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 29: 970-82
Alger SJ, Riters LV. (2006) Lesions to the medial preoptic nucleus differentially affect singing and nest box-directed behaviors within and outside of the breeding season in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Behavioral Neuroscience. 120: 1326-36
Riters LV, Alger SJ. (2004) Neuroanatomical evidence for indirect connections between the medial preoptic nucleus and the song control system: possible neural substrates for sexually motivated song. Cell and Tissue Research. 316: 35-44
Alger SJ. (1987) Physician home health programs examined. Group Practice Journal. 36: 54-6, 58
Alger SJ. (1986) Do you know a chemically impaired physician? Group Practice Journal. 35: 55-9
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