Harry Shair

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Feifel AJ, Shair HN, Schmauss C. (2017) Lasting effects of early life stress in mice: interaction of maternal environment and infant genes. Genes, Brain, and Behavior. 16: 768-780
Oliver CF, Kabitzke P, Serrano P, et al. (2016) Repeated recall and PKMζ maintain fear memories in juvenile rats. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 23: 710-713
Muller JM, Shair HN. (2016) Isolation-induced vocalization in the infant rat depends on the nucleus accumbens. Developmental Psychobiology
Spence HR, Aslam AM, Hofer MA, et al. (2016) Vocal coselection in rat pup ultrasonic vocalizations. Ecology and Evolution
Robison WT, Myers MM, Hofer MA, et al. (2016) Prairie vole pups show potentiated isolation-induced vocalizations following isolation from their mother, but not their father. Developmental Psychobiology
Shair HN, Rupert DD, Rosko LM, et al. (2015) Effects of maternal deprivation and the duration of reunion time on rat pup ultrasonic vocalization responses to isolation: Possible implications for human infant studies. Developmental Psychobiology. 57: 63-72
Kabitzke PA, Barr GA, Chan T, et al. (2014) Medial prefrontal cortex processes threatening stimuli in juvenile rats. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 39: 1924-32
Shair HN, Smith JA, Welch MG. (2012) Cutting the vagus nerve below the diaphragm prevents maternal potentiation of infant rat vocalization. Developmental Psychobiology. 54: 70-6
Chan T, Kyere K, Davis BR, et al. (2011) The role of the medial prefrontal cortex in innate fear regulation in infants, juveniles, and adolescents. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 4991-9
Muller JM, Moore H, Myers MM, et al. (2009) Dopamine's role in social modulation of infant isolation-induced vocalization: II. Maternally modulated infant separation responses are regulated by D1- and D2-family dopamine receptors. Developmental Psychobiology. 51: 158-72
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