Jeffrey R. Alberts

Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
comparative behavioral development
"Jeffrey Alberts"
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Harshaw C, Leffel JK, Alberts JR. (2018) Oxytocin and the warm outer glow: Thermoregulatory deficits cause huddling abnormalities in oxytocin-deficient mouse pups. Hormones and Behavior. 98: 145-158
Shelton DS, Alberts JR. (2017) Development of behavioral responses to thermal challenges. Developmental Psychobiology
Koyama S, Soini HA, Wager-Miller J, et al. (2015) Cross-generational impact of a male murine pheromone 2-sec-butyl-4,5-dihydrothiazole in female mice Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 282: 1-7
Harshaw C, Culligan JJ, Alberts JR. (2014) Sex differences in thermogenesis structure behavior and contact within huddles of infant mice. Plos One. 9: e87405
Harshaw C, Alberts JR. (2012) Group and individual regulation of physiology and behavior: a behavioral, thermographic, and acoustic study of mouse development. Physiology & Behavior. 106: 670-82
Alberts JR. (2012) Observe, simplify, titrate, model, and synthesize: a paradigm for analyzing behavior. Behavioural Brain Research. 231: 250-61
Kojima S, Stewart RA, Demas GE, et al. (2012) Maternal contact differentially modulates central and peripheral oxytocin in rat pups during a brief regime of mother-pup interaction that induces a filial huddling preference. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 24: 831-40
Alberts JR. (2012) How play works Developmental Psychobiology
Kojima S, Alberts JR. (2011) Oxytocin mediates the acquisition of filial, odor-guided huddling for maternally-associated odor in preweanling rats. Hormones and Behavior. 60: 549-58
Kojima S, Alberts JR. (2011) Warmth from skin-to-skin contact with mother is essential for the acquisition of filial huddling preference in preweanling rats. Developmental Psychobiology. 53: 813-27
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