Emily Spironello, Ph.D.
|2001||McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada|
Area:Physiological Psychology, Animal Physiology Biology, Zoology Biology
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|deCatanzaro D, Muir C, Spironello E, et al. (2013) Intense arousal of novel male mice in proximity to previously inseminated females: Inactivation of males via chlorpromazine does not diminish the capacity to disrupt pregnancy Psychobiology. 28: 110-114|
|Spironello E, deCatanzaro D. (1999) Sexual Satiety Diminishes The Capacity Of Novel Males To Disrupt Early Pregnancy In Inseminated Female Mice (Mus Musculus) Journal of Comparative Psychology. 113: 218-222|