Gale A. Kleven, Ph.D.

2009-2021 Psychology Wright State University, Fairborn, OH, United States 
Developmental psychobiology, fetal learning
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Scott R. Robinson grad student 2005 University of Iowa
 (Patterns of early behavioral development after exposure to a prototypical neurotoxin methylazoxymethanol (MAM).)
April E. Ronca post-doc 2005-2009 Wake Forest School of Medicine
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Kleven GA, Bellinger SA. (2015) Developmental pathways of motor dysfunction. Developmental Psychobiology. 57: 435-46
Bellinger SA, Lucas D, Kleven GA. (2015) An ecologically relevant guinea pig model of fetal behavior. Behavioural Brain Research. 283: 175-83
Kleven GA, Booth HM, Voogd M, et al. (2014) L-dopa reverses behavioral deficits in the Pitx3 mouse fetus. Behavioral Neuroscience. 128: 749-59
Kleven GA, Joshi P, Voogd M, et al. (2013) Prenatal ontogeny of the dopamine-dependent neurobehavioral phenotype in Pitx3-deficient mice. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 37: 1564-72
Morgan JJ, Kleven GA, Tulbert CD, et al. (2013) Longitudinal 1H MRS of rat forebrain from infancy to adulthood reveals adolescence as a distinctive phase of neurometabolite development. Nmr in Biomedicine. 26: 683-91
Kleven GA, Ronca AE. (2009) Prenatal behavior of the C57BL/6J mouse: a promising model for human fetal movement during early to mid-gestation. Developmental Psychobiology. 51: 84-94
Robinson SR, Kleven GA, Brumley MR. (2008) Prenatal Development of Interlimb Motor Learning in the Rat Fetus. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 13: 204-228
Kleven GA, Queral L, Robinson SR. (2004) Prenatal methylazoxymethanol exposure alters evoked responses in fetal rats. Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 26: 663-71
Kleven GA, Lane MS, Robinson SR. (2004) Development of interlimb movement synchrony in the rat fetus. Behavioral Neuroscience. 118: 835-44
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