James George Pfaus

Affiliations: 
Concordia University (Canada), Montreal, Canada 
Area:
Sexual behavior, Reproduction, Neuroendocrinology, Conditioning, Human sexual function and dysfunction, Brain imaging, Immunocytochemistry, Autoradiography, Molecular biology
Website:
http://csbn.concordia.ca/Faculty/Pfaus/
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Parents

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Anthony L. Riley research assistant 1980-1983 American University
Boris B. Gorzalka grad student 1983-1986 UBC
 (Masters)
Anthony Phillips grad student 1986-1990 Concordia
 (Ph.D.)
Donald Wells Pfaff post-doc 1990-1992 Rockefeller

Children

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Emis M. Akbari research assistant 1999-2000 Concordia
Jason W. Payne research assistant 2013-2015 Concordia
Laura M. Bolivar-Duarte grad student Concordia
Simon A. Dubé grad student (PsychTree)
Michaela Georgescu grad student Concordia
Nafissa Ismail grad student 2005- Concordia
M. Dean Graham grad student 2006- Concordia
Sherri Lee Jones grad student 2006- Concordia
Mayte Parada grad student 2007- Concordia
Katuschia Germé grad student 2009- Concordia
Gonzalo R. Quintana grad student 2011- Concordia
Conall Mac Cionnaith grad student 2015- National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Conall E. Mac Cionnaith grad student 2015- Concordia
James Cantor grad student 1995-1999 University of Toronto, Mississauga
Tod Kippin grad student 1996-2001 Department of Surgery, University of California, San Diego
Soraya Centeno grad student 2002 Concordia
Veronica Afonso grad student 2000-2007 Concordia
Genaro Alfonso Coria-Avila grad student 2001-2007 Concordia
Sara F. Farrell post-doc Concordia

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Jason W. Payne collaborator 2013-2015 Concordia
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Ménard S, Gelez H, Jacubovitch M, et al. (2020) Appetitive olfactory conditioning in the neonatal male rat facilitates subsequent sexual partner preference. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 121: 104858
Pfaus JG, Quintana GR, Mac Cionnaith CE, et al. (2020) Conditioning of Sexual Interests and Paraphilias in Humans Is Difficult to See, Virtually Impossible to Test, and Probably Exactly How It Happens: A Comment on Hsu and Bailey (2020). Archives of Sexual Behavior
Maseroli E, Santangelo A, Lara-Fontes B, et al. (2020) The non-aromatizable androgen dihydrotestosterone (DHT) facilitates sexual behavior in ovariectomized female rats primed with estradiol. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 115: 104606
Quintana GR, Birrel M, Marceau S, et al. (2020) Correction to: Differential disruption of conditioned ejaculatory preference in the male rat based on different sensory modalities by micro-infusions of naloxone to the medial preoptic area or ventral tegmental area. Psychopharmacology
Quintana GR, Mac Cionnaith CE, Pfaus JG. (2019) Behavior is the ultimate arbiter: An alternative explanation for the inhibitory effect of fluoxetine on the ovulatory homolog model of orgasm in rabbits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Mac Cionnaith CE, Lemay A, Gomez-Perales EL, et al. (2019) Fos expression is increased in oxytocin neurons of female rats with a sexually conditioned mate preference for an individual male rat. Hormones and Behavior. 104612
Jones SL, Rosenbaum S, Gardner Gregory J, et al. (2019) Aromatization Is Not Required for the Facilitation of Appetitive Sexual Behaviors in Ovariectomized Rats Treated With Estradiol and Testosterone. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 798
Quintana GR, Birrel M, Marceau S, et al. (2019) Differential disruption of conditioned ejaculatory preference in the male rat based on different sensory modalities by micro-infusions of naloxone to the medial preoptic area or ventral tegmental area. Psychopharmacology
Ménard S, Gelez H, Girard-Bériault F, et al. (2019) Differential role of oxytocin and vasopressin in the conditioned ejaculatory preference of the male rat. Physiology & Behavior. 112577
Quintana GR, González B, Borduas E, et al. (2019) Naloxone disrupts the development of a conditioned ejaculatory preference based on a somatosensory cue in male rats. Behavioral Neuroscience
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