Martin Kavaliers

University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
"Martin Kavaliers"
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Doobay M, Cross-Mellor SK, Wah DTO, et al. (2021) Toxin-induced aversive context conditioning: Assessing active aversive behaviors conditioned to the context of an automated activity monitor. Physiology & Behavior. 240: 113559
Kavaliers M, Bishnoi IR, Ossenkopp KP, et al. (2021) Odor-based mate choice copying in deer mice is not affected by familiarity or kinship. Animal Cognition
Kavaliers M, Bishnoi IR, Ossenkopp KP, et al. (2021) Progesterone and disgust: A response to "progesterone does raise disgust". Hormones and Behavior. 104936
Kavaliers M, Bishnoi IR, Ossenkopp KP, et al. (2020) Differential effects of progesterone on social recognition and the avoidance of pathogen threat by female mice. Hormones and Behavior. 127: 104873
Bishnoi IR, Ossenkopp KP, Kavaliers M. (2020) Sex and age differences in locomotor and anxiety-like behaviors in rats: From adolescence to adulthood. Developmental Psychobiology
Kavaliers M, Ossenkopp KP, Choleris E. (2020) Pathogens, odors, and disgust in rodents. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Meeking MM, MacFabe DF, Mepham JR, et al. (2019) Propionic acid induced behavioural effects of relevance to autism spectrum disorder evaluated in the hole board test with rats. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. 109794
Kavaliers M, Colwell DD, Wah DTO, et al. (2019) Conspecific infection threat rapidly biases the social responses of female mice: Involvement of oxytocin. Hormones and Behavior
Shams S, Foley KA, Kavaliers M, et al. (2019) Systemic treatment with the enteric bacterial metabolic product propionic acid results in reduction of social behavior in juvenile rats: Contribution to a rodent model of autism spectrum disorder. Developmental Psychobiology
On Wah DT, Kavaliers M, Bishnoi IR, et al. (2019) Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) induced sickness in early adolescence alters the behavioral effects of the short-chain fatty acid, propionic acid, in late adolescence and adulthood: Examining anxiety and startle reactivity. Behavioural Brain Research. 360: 312-322
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