Ronald J. Barfield

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
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Collias NE, Barfield RJ, Tarvyd ES. (2002) Testosterone versus psychological castration in the expression of dominance, territoriality and breeding behavior by male village weavers (Ploceus cucullatus) Behaviour. 139: 801-824
White NR, Prasad M, Barfield RJ, et al. (1998) 40- and 70-kHz vocalizations of mice (Mus musculus) during copulation. Physiology & Behavior. 63: 467-73
Ihnat R, White NR, Barfield RJ. (1995) Pup's broadband vocalizations and maternal behavior in the rat. Behavioural Processes. 33: 257-71
Matochik JA, Barfield RJ. (1994) Dissociation of androgen-dependent sociosexual behaviors in response to castration in Long-Evans rats. Physiology & Behavior. 55: 533-6
Matochik JA, Sipos ML, Nyby JG, et al. (1994) Intracranial androgenic activation of male-typical behaviors in house mice: motivation versus performance. Behavioural Brain Research. 60: 141-9
Kolunie JM, Stern JM, Barfield RJ. (1994) Maternal aggression in rats: effects of visual or auditory deprivation of the mother and dyadic pattern of ultrasonic vocalizations. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 62: 41-9
White NR, Gonzales RN, Barfield RJ. (1993) Do vocalizations of the male rat elicit calling from the female? Behavioral and Neural Biology. 59: 76-8
Pleim ET, Lipetz J, Steele TL, et al. (1993) Facilitation of sexual receptivity by ventromedial hypothalamic implants of the antiprogestin RU 486. Hormones and Behavior. 27: 488-98
Matochik JA, White NR, Barfield RJ. (1992) Variations in scent marking and ultrasonic vocalizations by Long-Evans rats across the estrous cycle. Physiology & Behavior. 51: 783-6
Nyby J, Matochik JA, Barfield RJ. (1992) Intracranial androgenic and estrogenic stimulation of male-typical behaviors in house mice (Mus domesticus). Hormones and Behavior. 26: 24-45
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