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Craig Howard Kinsley

University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, United States 
Neuroscience, neuroendocrinology, animal behavior
"Craig Kinsley"

I received my Ph.D. with Bruce B. Svare, from S.U.N.Y. Albany, in 1985, who received his with Ronald Gandelman, at Rutgers. I then recieved a Postdoctoral Fellowship to work with Robert Stafford Bridges in the Department of Anatomy, Laboratory of Human Reproduction and Reproductive Biology, at Harvard Medical School. I joined the faculty of the University of Richmond in the summer of 1989.

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Pawluski JL, Lambert KG, Kinsley CH. (2015) Neuroplasticity in the maternal hippocampus: Relation to cognition and effects of repeated stress. Hormones and Behavior
Kinsley CH, Blair JC, Karp NE, et al. (2014) The mother as hunter: significant reduction in foraging costs through enhancements of predation in maternal rats. Hormones and Behavior. 66: 649-54
Kinsley CH, Bales KL, Bardi M, et al. (2014) Reproductive experiential regulation of cognitive and emotional resilience Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Billack B, Serio R, Silva I, et al. (2012) Epigenetic changes brought about by perinatal stressors: a brief review of the literature. Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods. 66: 221-31
Kinsley CH, da Silva IS, Freeman KC. (2012) Mothers, minds, and maternal response. Journal of Women's Health (2002). 21: 1024-7
Kinsley CH, Meyer E, Rafferty KA. (2012) Sex steroid hormone determination of the maternal brain: effects beyond reproduction. Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry. 12: 1063-70
Franssen RA, Rzucidlo AM, Franssen CL, et al. (2012) Reproductive experience facilitates recovery from kainic acid-induced neural insult in female Long-Evans rats. Brain Research. 1454: 80-9
Gerecke KM, Kishore R, Jasnow A, et al. (2012) Alterations of sex-typical microanatomy: prenatal stress modifies the structure of medial preoptic area neurons in rats. Developmental Psychobiology. 54: 16-27
Kinsley CH, Franssen RA, Meyer EA. (2012) Reproductive experience may positively adjust the trajectory of senescence. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences. 10: 317-45
Lambert KG, Kinsley CH. (2012) Brain and Behavioral Modifications That Accompany the Onset of Motherhood Parenting. 12: 74-88
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