William T. McKinney

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Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
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Gilmer WS, McKinney WT. (2003) Early experience and depressive disorders: human and non-human primate studies. Journal of Affective Disorders. 75: 97-113
McKinney WT. (2001) Overview of the past contributions of animal models and their changing place in psychiatry. Seminars in Clinical Neuropsychiatry. 6: 68-78
Clarke AS, Ebert MH, Schmidt DE, et al. (1999) Biogenic amine activity in response to fluoxetine and desipramine in differentially reared rhesus monkeys. Biological Psychiatry. 46: 221-8
Clarke AS, Hedeker DR, Ebert MH, et al. (1996) Rearing experience and biogenic amine activity in infant rhesus monkeys. Biological Psychiatry. 40: 338-52
Clarke AS, Kammerer CM, George KP, et al. (1995) Evidence for heritability of biogenic amine levels in the cerebrospinal fluid of rhesus monkeys. Biological Psychiatry. 38: 572-7
McKinney WT, Gardner R, Barlow GW, et al. (1994) Conceptual basis of animal models in psychiatry: A conference summary Ethology and Sociobiology. 15: 369-382
McGuire MT, McKinney WT, Nesse RM, et al. (1994) Special issue introduction: Mental disorders in an evolutionary context Ethology and Sociobiology. 15: 245
Siegel SJ, Ginsberg SD, Hof PR, et al. (1993) Effects of social deprivation in prepubescent rhesus monkeys: immunohistochemical analysis of the neurofilament protein triplet in the hippocampal formation. Brain Research. 619: 299-305
Ginsberg SD, Hof PR, McKinney WT, et al. (1993) The noradrenergic innervation density of the monkey paraventricular nucleus is not altered by early social deprivation. Neuroscience Letters. 158: 130-4
Ginsberg SD, Hof PR, McKinney WT, et al. (1993) Quantitative analysis of tuberoinfundibular tyrosine hydroxylase- and corticotropin-releasing factor-immunoreactive neurons in monkeys raised with differential rearing conditions. Experimental Neurology. 120: 95-105
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