Carolyn Eagan Jones

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University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
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Xu M, Bohlen JK, Moore C, et al. (2019) Effects of sleep disruption on stress, nigrostriatal markers, and behavior in a chronic/progressive MPTP male mouse model of parkinsonism. Journal of Neuroscience Research
Agee LA, Jones CE, Monfils MH. (2019) Differing effects of familiarity/kinship in the social transmission of fear associations and food preferences in rats. Animal Cognition
Jones CE, Opel RA, Kaiser ME, et al. (2019) Early-life sleep disruption increases parvalbumin in primary somatosensory cortex and impairs social bonding in prairie voles. Science Advances. 5: eaav5188
Jones CE, Navis TM, Teutsch P, et al. (2018) Acoustic prepulse inhibition in male and female prairie voles: Implications for models of neuropsychiatric illness. Behavioural Brain Research
Teutsch P, Jones CE, Kaiser ME, et al. (2018) Gait and Conditioned Fear Impairments in a Mouse Model of Comorbid TBI and PTSD. Behavioural Neurology. 2018: 6037015
Jones CE, Agee L, Monfils MH. (2018) Fear Conditioning by Proxy: Social Transmission of Fear Between Interacting Conspecifics. Current Protocols in Neuroscience. 83: e43
Roquet RF, Seo DO, Jones CE, et al. (2018) Differential effects of predictable vs. unpredictable aversive experience early in development on fear memory and learning in adulthood. Behavioral Neuroscience. 132: 57-65
Jones CE, Monfils MH. (2016) Post-retrieval extinction in adolescence prevents return of juvenile fear. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 23: 567-75
Jones CE, Monfils MH. (2016) Dominance status predicts social fear transmission in laboratory rats. Animal Cognition
Jones CE, Monfils MH. (2016) Fight, Flight, or Freeze? The Answer May Depend on Your Sex. Trends in Neurosciences
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