Kalynn M. Schulz - Publications

Affiliations: 
2007-2016 Psychiatry University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Denver, Aurora, CO 
 2016- Psychology University of Tennessee - Knoxville 
Area:
Organizational effects of gonadal hormones during puberty
Website:
https://kalynn-schulz.squarespace.com/info

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2016 Schulz KM, Sisk CL. The organizing actions of adolescent gonadal steroid hormones on brain and behavioral development. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. PMID 27497718 DOI: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2016.07.036  1
2014 Pearson JN, Schulz KM, Patel M. Specific alterations in the performance of learning and memory tasks in models of chemoconvulsant-induced status epilepticus. Epilepsy Research. 108: 1032-40. PMID 24842343 DOI: 10.1016/j.eplepsyres.2014.04.003  1
2014 Schulz KM, Pearson JN, Gasparrini ME, Brooks KF, Drake-Frazier C, Zajkowski ME, Kreisler AD, Adams CE, Leonard S, Stevens KE. Dietary choline supplementation to dams during pregnancy and lactation mitigates the effects of in utero stress exposure on adult anxiety-related behaviors. Behavioural Brain Research. 268: 104-10. PMID 24675162 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2014.03.031  1
2014 Schulz KM, Pearson JN, Gasparrini ME, Brooks KF, Drake-Frazier C, Zajkowski ME, Kreisler AD, Adams CE, Leonard S, Stevens KE. Corrigendum to "Dietary choline supplementation to dams during pregnancy and lactation mitigates the effects of in utero stress exposure on adult anxiety-related behaviors" [Behav. Brain Res. 268 (2014) 104-110] Behavioural Brain Research. 271: 380. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2014.06.050  1
2013 Schulz KM, Andrud KM, Burke MB, Pearson JN, Kreisler AD, Stevens KE, Leonard S, Adams CE. The effects of prenatal stress on alpha4 beta2 and alpha7 hippocampal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor levels in adult offspring. Developmental Neurobiology. 73: 806-14. PMID 23749479 DOI: 10.1002/dneu.22097  1
2012 De Lorme KC, Schulz KM, Salas-Ramirez KY, Sisk CL. Pubertal testosterone organizes regional volume and neuronal number within the medial amygdala of adult male Syrian hamsters. Brain Research. 1460: 33-40. PMID 22578470 DOI: 10.1016/j.brainres.2012.04.035  1
2012 Adams CE, Yonchek JC, Schulz KM, Graw SL, Stitzel J, Teschke PU, Stevens KE. Reduced Chrna7 expression in mice is associated with decreases in hippocampal markers of inhibitory function: implications for neuropsychiatric diseases. Neuroscience. 207: 274-82. PMID 22314319 DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2012.01.033  1
2011 Schulz KM, Pearson JN, Neeley EW, Berger R, Leonard S, Adams CE, Stevens KE. Maternal stress during pregnancy causes sex-specific alterations in offspring memory performance, social interactions, indices of anxiety, and body mass. Physiology & Behavior. 104: 340-7. PMID 21334352 DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2011.02.021  1
2009 Schulz KM, Molenda-Figueira HA, Sisk CL. Back to the future: The organizational-activational hypothesis adapted to puberty and adolescence. Hormones and Behavior. 55: 597-604. PMID 19446076 DOI: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2009.03.010  1
2009 Schulz KM, Zehr JL, Salas-Ramirez KY, Sisk CL. Testosterone programs adult social behavior before and during, but not after, adolescence. Endocrinology. 150: 3690-8. PMID 19423759 DOI: 10.1210/en.2008-1708  1
2008 Ahmed EI, Zehr JL, Schulz KM, Lorenz BH, DonCarlos LL, Sisk CL. Pubertal hormones modulate the addition of new cells to sexually dimorphic brain regions. Nature Neuroscience. 11: 995-7. PMID 19160494 DOI: 10.1038/nn.2178  1
2008 Zehr JL, Nichols LR, Schulz KM, Sisk CL. Adolescent development of neuron structure in dentate gyrus granule cells of male Syrian hamsters. Developmental Neurobiology. 68: 1517-26. PMID 18792070 DOI: 10.1002/dneu.20675  1
2008 Sato SM, Schulz KM, Sisk CL, Wood RI. Adolescents and androgens, receptors and rewards. Hormones and Behavior. 53: 647-58. PMID 18343381 DOI: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2008.01.010  1
2006 Schulz KM, Menard TA, Smith DA, Albers HE, Sisk CL. Testicular hormone exposure during adolescence organizes flank-marking behavior and vasopressin receptor binding in the lateral septum. Hormones and Behavior. 50: 477-83. PMID 16870190 DOI: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2006.06.006  1
2006 Meek LR, Schulz KM, Keith CA. Effects of prenatal stress on sexual partner preference in mice. Physiology & Behavior. 89: 133-8. PMID 16844154 DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2006.05.006  1
2006 Schulz KM, Sisk CL. Pubertal hormones, the adolescent brain, and the maturation of social behaviors: Lessons from the Syrian hamster. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 254: 120-6. PMID 16753257 DOI: 10.1016/j.mce.2006.04.025  1
2006 Zehr JL, Todd BJ, Schulz KM, McCarthy MM, Sisk CL. Dendritic pruning of the medial amygdala during pubertal development of the male Syrian hamster. Journal of Neurobiology. 66: 578-90. PMID 16555234 DOI: 10.1002/neu.20251  1
2004 Schulz KM, Richardson HN, Zehr JL, Osetek AJ, Menard TA, Sisk CL. Gonadal hormones masculinize and defeminize reproductive behaviors during puberty in the male Syrian hamster. Hormones and Behavior. 45: 242-9. PMID 15053940 DOI: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2003.12.007  1
2003 Sisk CL, Schulz KM, Zehr JL. Puberty: a finishing school for male social behavior. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1007: 189-98. PMID 14993053 DOI: 10.1196/annals.1286.019  1
2003 Schulz KM, Richardson HN, Romeo RD, Morris JA, Lookingland KJ, Sisk CL. Medial preoptic area dopaminergic responses to female pheromones develop during puberty in the male Syrian hamster. Brain Research. 988: 139-45. PMID 14519535 DOI: 10.1016/S0006-8993(03)03358-4  1
2003 Romeo RD, Schulz KM, Nelson AL, Menard TA, Sisk CL. Testosterone, puberty, and the pattern of male aggression in Syrian hamsters. Developmental Psychobiology. 43: 102-8. PMID 12918089 DOI: 10.1002/dev.10125  1
2001 Meek LR, Schrump SE, Smith DA, Schulz KM, Dittel PL, Merkle CJ. Female meadow voles housed in long and short daylengths respond to exogenous estrogen with similar mating latencies. Physiology & Behavior. 73: 121-4. PMID 11399303 DOI: 10.1016/S0031-9384(01)00463-2  1
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