Shelton E. Hendricks

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, United States 
Area:
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Psychopharmacology
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Birnie AK, Hendricks SE, Smith AS, et al. (2012) Maternal gestational androgens are associated with decreased juvenile play in white-faced marmosets (Callithrix geoffroyi). Hormones and Behavior. 62: 136-45
Frank MG, Hendricks SE, Burke WJ, et al. (2004) Clinical response augments NK cell activity independent of treatment modality: a randomized double-blind placebo controlled antidepressant trial. Psychological Medicine. 34: 491-8
Ward IL, Ward OB, Affuso JD, et al. (2003) Fetal testosterone surge: specific modulations induced in male rats by maternal stress and/or alcohol consumption. Hormones and Behavior. 43: 531-9
Prendergast MA, Yells DP, Balogh SE, et al. (2002) Fluoxetine differentially suppresses sucrose solution consumption in free-fed and food-deprived rats--reversal by amantadine. Medical Science Monitor : International Medical Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research. 8: BR385-90
Frank MG, Wieseler Frank JL, Hendricks SE, et al. (2002) Age at onset of major depressive disorder predicts reductions in NK cell number and activity. Journal of Affective Disorders. 71: 159-67
Ward OB, Ward IL, Denning JH, et al. (2002) Hormonal mechanisms underlying aberrant sexual differentiation in male rats prenatally exposed to alcohol, stress, or both. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 31: 9-16
Ward OB, Ward IL, Denning JH, et al. (2002) Postparturitional testosterone surge in male offspring of rats stressed and/or fed ethanol during late pregnancy. Hormones and Behavior. 41: 229-35
Frank MG, Hendricks SE, Bessette D, et al. (2001) Levels of monocyte reactive oxygen species are associated with reduced natural killer cell activity in major depressive disorder. Neuropsychobiology. 44: 1-6
Frank MG, Johnson DR, Hendricks SE, et al. (2001) Monocyte 5-HT1A receptors mediate pindobind suppression of natural killer cell activity: modulation by catalase. International Immunopharmacology. 1: 247-53
Burke WJ, Hendricks SE, McArthur-Miller D, et al. (2000) Weekly dosing of fluoxetine for the continuation phase of treatment of major depression: results of a placebo-controlled, randomized clinical trial. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology. 20: 423-7
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