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James D. Rose

Affiliations: 
University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
Area:
Hormones and Behavior
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Davis A, Abraham E, McEvoy E, et al. (2015) Corticosterone suppresses vasotocin-enhanced clasping behavior in male rough-skinned newts by novel mechanisms interfering with V1a receptor availability and receptor-mediated endocytosis. Hormones and Behavior. 69: 39-49
Rose JD, Arlinghaus R, Cooke SJ, et al. (2014) Can fish really feel pain? Fish and Fisheries. 15: 97-133
Jenkins JA, Bart HL, Bowker JD, et al. (2014) Guidelines for Use of Fishes in Research—Revised and Expanded, 2014 Fisheries. 39: 415-416
Hubbard CS, Rose JD. (2012) Brainstem neuronal and behavioral activation by corticotropin-releasing hormone depend on the behavioral state of the animal. Hormones and Behavior. 61: 121-33
Diggles BK, Cooke SJ, Rose JD, et al. (2012) Response to Torgersen et al. (2011): Reply to Diggles et al. (2011): Ecology and welfare of aquatic animals in wild capture fisheries Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 22: 367-369
Diggles BK, Cooke SJ, Rose JD, et al. (2011) Ecology and welfare of aquatic animals in wild capture fisheries Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 21: 739-765
Hubbard CS, Dolence EK, Rose JD. (2010) Brainstem reticulospinal neurons are targets for corticotropin-releasing factor-Induced locomotion in roughskin newts. Hormones and Behavior. 57: 237-46
Moore FL, Rose JD. (2010) Sensorimotor processing model: Neuroendocrine control of reproductive behaviors in an amphibian Hormones, Brain and Behavior Online. 745-772
Hubbard CS, Dolence EK, Shires JA, et al. (2009) Identification of brain target neurons using a fluorescent conjugate of corticotropin-releasing factor. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy. 37: 245-53
Thompson RR, Dickinson PS, Rose JD, et al. (2008) Pheromones enhance somatosensory processing in newt brains through a vasotocin-dependent mechanism. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 275: 1685-93
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