Sarah Newman

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
"Sarah Newman"
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Tomaszycki ML, Sluzas EM, Sundberg KA, et al. (2006) Immediate early gene (ZENK) responses to song in juvenile female and male zebra finches: effects of rearing environment. Journal of Neurobiology. 66: 1175-82
Holt AG, Newman SW. (2004) Distribution of methionine and leucine enkephalin neurons within the social behavior circuitry of the male Syrian hamster brain. Brain Research. 1030: 28-48
Gould KL, Newman SW, Tricomi EM, et al. (2001) The distribution of substance P and neuropeptide Y in four songbird species: a comparison of food-storing and non-storing birds. Brain Research. 918: 80-95
Newman SW. (1999) The medial extended amygdala in male reproductive behavior. A node in the mammalian social behavior network Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 877: 242-257
Wood RI, Newman SW. (1999) Androgen receptor immunoreactivity in the male and female Syrian hamster brain. Journal of Neurobiology. 39: 359-70
Parfitt DB, Newman SW. (1998) Fos-immunoreactivity within the extended amygdala is correlated with the onset of sexual satiety. Hormones and Behavior. 34: 17-29
Van der Linden A, Verhoye M, Van Auderkerke J, et al. (1998) Non invasive in vivo anatomical studies of the oscine brain by high resolution MRI microscopy. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 81: 45-52
Kollack-Walker S, Newman SW. (1997) Mating-induced expression of c-fos in the male Syrian hamster brain: Role of experience, pheromones, and ejaculations Journal of Neurobiology. 32: 481-501
Newman SW, Parfitt DB, Kollack-Walker S. (1997) Mating-induced c-fos expression patterns complement and supplement observations after lesions in the male Syrian hamster brain. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 807: 239-59
Gomez DM, Newman SW, Pieper DR. (1996) Lesions of the ventral striatum mimic the effect of olfactory bulbectomy to prevent short photoperiod-induced testicular regression in golden hamsters. Brain Research. 723: 148-53
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