Anne-Pierre Goursaud

Yerkes National Primate Research Center - Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA, Atlanta, GA, United States 
Behavioral Neuroscience, Nonhuman primates, Socio-emotional behaviors, Amygdala, Orbital frontal cortex, Oxytocin, Autism
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Goursaud AS, Bachevalier J. (2020) Altered face scanning and arousal after orbitofrontal cortex lesion in adult rhesus monkeys. Behavioral Neuroscience. 134: 45-58
Goursaud AP, Wallen K, Bachevalier J. (2014) Mother recognition and preference after neonatal amygdala lesions in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) raised in a semi-naturalistic environment. Developmental Psychobiology. 56: 1723-34
Goursaud AP, Bachevalier J. (2008) The Origin of Developmental Psychopathologies: Insights from Nonhuman Primate Studies Primate Models of Children's Health and Developmental Disabilities. 11-44
Boccia ML, Goursaud AP, Bachevalier J, et al. (2007) Peripherally administered non-peptide oxytocin antagonist, L368,899, accumulates in limbic brain areas: a new pharmacological tool for the study of social motivation in non-human primates. Hormones and Behavior. 52: 344-51
Goursaud AP, Bachevalier J. (2007) Social attachment in juvenile monkeys with neonatal lesion of the hippocampus, amygdala and orbital frontal cortex. Behavioural Brain Research. 176: 75-93
Goursaud AP, Mendoza SP, Capitanio JP. (2006) Do neonatal bilateral ibotenic acid lesions of the hippocampal formation or of the amygdala impair HPA axis responsiveness and regulation in infant rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)? Brain Research. 1071: 97-104
Goursaud AP, Nowak R. (2000) 2-NAP, a peripheral CCK-A receptor antagonist, modulates the development of a preference for the mother by the newborn lamb. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 67: 603-11
Goursaud AP, Nowak R. (1999) Colostrum mediates the development of mother preference by newborn lambs. Physiology & Behavior. 67: 49-56
Nowak R, Goursaud AP, Lévy F, et al. (1997) Cholecystokinin receptors mediate the development of a preference for the mother by newly born lambs. Behavioral Neuroscience. 111: 1375-82
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