Robert E. Bowman

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Behavioral Toxicology, Behavioral Pharmacology
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Bowman RE, Luine V, Diaz Weinstein S, et al. (2015) Bisphenol-A exposure during adolescence leads to enduring alterations in cognition and dendritic spine density in adult male and female rats. Hormones and Behavior. 69: 89-97
Bowman RE, Luine V, Khandaker H, et al. (2014) Adolescent bisphenol-A exposure decreases dendritic spine density: role of sex and age. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 68: 498-507
Diaz Weinstein S, Villafane JJ, Juliano N, et al. (2013) Adolescent exposure to Bisphenol-A increases anxiety and sucrose preference but impairs spatial memory in rats independent of sex. Brain Research. 1529: 56-65
Bowman RE, Kelly R. (2012) Chronically stressed female rats show increased anxiety but no behavioral alterations in object recognition or placement memory: a preliminary examination. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 15: 524-32
Bowman RE, Micik R, Gautreaux C, et al. (2009) Sex-dependent changes in anxiety, memory, and monoamines following one week of stress. Physiology & Behavior. 97: 21-9
Luine VN, Beck KD, Bowman RE, et al. (2007) Chronic stress and neural function: accounting for sex and age. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 19: 743-51
Bowman RE, Maclusky NJ, Diaz SE, et al. (2006) Aged rats: sex differences and responses to chronic stress. Brain Research. 1126: 156-66
Bowman RE. (2005) Stress-induced changes in spatial memory are sexually differentiated and vary across the lifespan. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 17: 526-35
Bowman RE, MacLusky NJ, Sarmiento Y, et al. (2004) Sexually dimorphic effects of prenatal stress on cognition, hormonal responses, and central neurotransmitters. Endocrinology. 145: 3778-87
Bisagno V, Bowman R, Luine V. (2003) Functional aspects of estrogen neuroprotection. Endocrine. 21: 33-41
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