John P. Capitanio

California National Primate Research Center University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
"John Capitanio"
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Capitanio JP, Cacioppo S, Cole SW. (2019) Loneliness in monkeys: Neuroimmune mechanisms. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 28: 51-57
Flayer CH, Larson ED, Joseph A, et al. (2019) Ozone-induced enhancement of airway hyperreactivity in rhesus macaques: Effects of antioxidant treatment. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
Kinnally EL, Martinez SJ, Chun K, et al. (2019) Early Social Stress Promotes Inflammation and Disease Risk in Rhesus Monkeys. Scientific Reports. 9: 7609
Herrington JA, Del Rosso L, Capitanio JP. (2019) Behavioral effects of postnatal ketamine exposure in rhesus macaque infants are dependent on MAOA-LPR genotype. Developmental Psychobiology
Linden JB, McCowan B, Capitanio JP, et al. (2019) Male-inflicted wounds have opposite effects on hair cortisol for captive male and female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) following new group formation. Primates; Journal of Primatology. 60: 51-62
Linden JB, Capitanio JP, McCowan B, et al. (2018) Coping style and cortisol levels in infancy predict hair cortisol following new group formation in captive rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). American Journal of Primatology. 80: e22938
Baxter A, Wood EK, Jarman P, et al. (2018) Sex Differences in Rhesus Monkeys' Digit Ratio (2D:4D Ratio) and Its Association With Maternal Social Dominance Rank. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 12: 213
Gottlieb DH, Del Rosso L, Sheikhi F, et al. (2018) Personality, environmental stressors, and diarrhea in Rhesus macaques: An interactionist perspective. American Journal of Primatology. e22908
Kinnally EL, Gonzalez MN, Capitanio JP. (2018) Paternal line effects of early experiences persist across three generations in rhesus macaques. Developmental Psychobiology
Parker KJ, Garner JP, Oztan O, et al. (2018) Arginine vasopressin in cerebrospinal fluid is a marker of sociality in nonhuman primates. Science Translational Medicine. 10
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