Matthew A. Cooper

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States 
"Matthew Cooper"
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Dulka BN, Bress KS, Alex Grizzell J, et al. (2018) Social Dominance Modulates Stress-Induced Neural Activity in Medial Prefrontal Cortex Projections to the Basolateral Amygdala. Neuroscience
Dulka BN, Koul-Tiwari R, Grizzell JA, et al. (2018) Dominance relationships in Syrian hamsters modulate neuroendocrine and behavioral responses to social stress. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1-6
Dulka BN, Bourdon AK, Clinard CT, et al. (2017) Metabolomics reveals distinct neurochemical profiles associated with stress resilience. Neurobiology of Stress. 7: 103-112
Cooper MA, Seddighi S, Barnes AK, et al. (2017) Dominance status alters restraint-induced neural activity in brain regions controlling stress vulnerability. Physiology & Behavior
Clinard CT, Barnes AK, Adler SG, et al. (2016) Winning agonistic encounters increases testosterone and androgen receptor expression in Syrian hamsters. Hormones and Behavior
Burleson CA, Pedersen RW, Seddighi S, et al. (2016) Social Play in Juvenile Hamsters Alters Dendritic Morphology in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex and Attenuates Effects of Social Stress in Adulthood. Behavioral Neuroscience
Dulka BN, Ford EC, Lee MA, et al. (2016) Proteolytic cleavage of proBDNF into mature BDNF in the basolateral amygdala is necessary for defeat-induced social avoidance. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 23: 156-60
Puga-Gonzalez I, Cooper MA, Hemelrijk CK. (2015) "Targeting or supporting, what drives patterns of aggressive intervention in fights?" American Journal of Primatology
Cooper MA, Clinard CT, Morrison KE. (2015) Neurobiological mechanisms supporting experience-dependent resistance to social stress. Neuroscience. 291: 1-14
Clinard CT, Bader LR, Sullivan MA, et al. (2015) Activation of 5-HT2a receptors in the basolateral amygdala promotes defeat-induced anxiety and the acquisition of conditioned defeat in Syrian hamsters. Neuropharmacology. 90: 102-12
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