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Leendert de Ruiter grad student 1975 RUG
 (The lateral hypothalamus and intraspecific agressive behaviour in the rat)
Pieter Reinier Wiepkema grad student 1975 RUG

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Maarten HP Kole research assistant 1997 RUG
Benno Roozendaal grad student 1992 RUG
Alexa H. Veenema grad student 1998-2003 RUG
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Buwalda B, Koolhaas JM, de Boer SF. (2017) Trait aggressiveness does not predict social dominance of rats in the Visible Burrow System. Physiology & Behavior
Kamphuis J, Baichel S, Lancel M, et al. (2016) Sleep restriction in rats leads to changes in operant behaviour indicative of reduced prefrontal cortex function. Journal of Sleep Research
de Boer SF, Buwalda B, Koolhaas JM. (2016) Untangling the Neurobiology of Coping Styles in rodents: towards neural mechanisms underlying individual differences in disease susceptibility. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
de Boer SF, Olivier B, Veening J, et al. (2015) The neurobiology of offensive aggression: revealing a modular view. Physiology & Behavior
Kamphuis J, Lancel M, Koolhaas JM, et al. (2015) Deep sleep after social stress: NREM sleep slow-wave activity is enhanced in both winners and losers of a conflict. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. 47: 149-54
Calcagnoli F, Stubbendorff C, Meyer N, et al. (2015) Oxytocin microinjected into the central amygdaloid nuclei exerts anti-aggressive effects in male rats. Neuropharmacology. 90: 74-81
Calcagnoli F, Kreutzmann JC, de Boer SF, et al. (2015) Acute and repeated intranasal oxytocin administration exerts anti-aggressive and pro-affiliative effects in male rats. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 51: 112-21
Koolhaas J, de Boer S. (2015) Editorial - In honor of Robert Blanchard Physiology and Behavior. 146: 1
Coppens CM, Coolen A, de Boer SF, et al. (2014) Adolescent social defeat disturbs adult aggression-related impulsivity in wild-type rats. Behavioural Processes. 108: 191-6
Calcagnoli F, Meyer N, de Boer SF, et al. (2014) Chronic enhancement of brain oxytocin levels causes enduring anti-aggressive and pro-social explorative behavioral effects in male rats. Hormones and Behavior. 65: 427-33
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