Lisa Y. Maeng, Ph.D.

2013 Graduate School - New Brunswick Rutgers University, New Brunswick, United States 
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Tracey J. Shors grad student 2013 Rutgers, New Brunswick
 (The stressed female brain: Dissociating the prelimbic and infralimbic regions of the medial prefrontal cortex in the suppression of learning after acute stress.)
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Maeng LY, Milad MR. (2015) Sex differences in anxiety disorders: Interactions between fear, stress, and gonadal hormones. Hormones and Behavior
Maeng LY, Cover KK, Landau AJ, et al. (2015) Protocol for studying extinction of conditioned fear in naturally cycling female rats. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Maeng LY, Milad MR. (2015) Sex Differences in Anxiety Disorders: Gonadal Hormone Interactions with Pathophysiology, Neurobiology, and Treatment Sex Differences in the Central Nervous System. 53-75
Cover KK, Maeng LY, Lebrón-Milad K, et al. (2014) Mechanisms of estradiol in fear circuitry: implications for sex differences in psychopathology. Translational Psychiatry. 4: e422
Maeng LY, Shors TJ. (2013) The stressed female brain: neuronal activity in the prelimbic but not infralimbic region of the medial prefrontal cortex suppresses learning after acute stress. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 7: 198
Curlik DM, Maeng LY, Agarwal PR, et al. (2013) Physical skill training increases the number of surviving new cells in the adult hippocampus. Plos One. 8: e55850
Maeng LY, Shors TJ. (2012) Once a mother, always a mother: maternal experience protects females from the negative effects of stress on learning. Behavioral Neuroscience. 126: 137-41
Maeng LY, Waddell J, Shors TJ. (2010) The prefrontal cortex communicates with the amygdala to impair learning after acute stress in females but not in males. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 16188-96
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