Michelle L. Tomaszycki

Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, bird song
"Michelle Tomaszycki"
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Kim Wallen grad student Emory
 (Joint with Harold Gouzoles)
Harold Gouzoules grad student 2002 Emory
 (Sex differences in juvenile rhesus macaque agonistic and separation vocalizations: The effects of prenatal androgens.)
Elizabeth Adkins-Regan post-doc Cornell
Timothy J. DeVoogd post-doc Cornell
Juli S. Wade post-doc Michigan State


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Sara K. Blaine research assistant 2005-2006 Cornell
Kristina O. Smiley research assistant 2009-2011 Wayne State
Dan M. Vahaba research assistant 2009-2011 Wayne State
Erin Marie Lowrey grad student 2009- Wayne State
Joanna Schnelker grad student 2009- Wayne State
Kimberly A. LaPlante grad student 2013 Wayne State
J. B. Thompson grad student 2014 Wayne State
Jessica Bayley Thompson research scientist 2009- Wayne State
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Buyannemekh K, Zito JB, Tomaszycki ML. (2020) Early life nutritional stress affects song learning but not underlying neural circuitry in zebra finches. Behavioral Neuroscience
Scalera A, Tomaszycki ML. (2018) Acute exogenous corticosterone treatments have few effects on courtship and pair bonding in zebra finches. General and Comparative Endocrinology
Tomaszycki ML, Richardson KK, Mann KJ. (2016) Sex and Pairing Status Explain Variations in the Activation of Nonapeptide Receptors in Song and Motivation Regions. Behavioral Neuroscience
Baran NM, Tomaszycki ML, Adkins-Regan E. (2016) Early Life Manipulations of the Nonapeptide System Alter Pair Maintenance Behaviors and Neural Activity in Adult Male Zebra Finches. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 10: 58
Schnelker JH, Tomaszycki ML, Zatirka BP. (2015) The effects of naloxone on courtship and pairing behaviour in male and female zebra finches: The importance of testing mechanisms using multiple paradigms Behaviour. 152: 107-126
Tomaszycki ML, Blaine SK. (2014) Temporary inactivation of NCM, an auditory region, increases social interaction and decreases song perception in female zebra finches. Behavioural Processes. 108: 65-70
Tomaszycki ML, Zatirka BP. (2014) Same-sex partner preference in zebra finches: pairing flexibility and choice. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 43: 1469-75
LaPlante KA, Huremovic E, Tomaszycki ML. (2014) Effects of acute corticosterone treatment on partner preferences in male and female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). General and Comparative Endocrinology. 199: 33-7
Lowrey EM, Tomaszycki ML. (2014) The formation and maintenance of social relationships increases nonapeptide mRNA in zebra finches of both sexes. Behavioral Neuroscience. 128: 61-70
Vahaba DM, Lacey WH, Tomaszycki ML. (2013) DSP-4, a noradrenergic neurotoxin, produces sex-specific effects on pairing and courtship behavior in zebra finches. Behavioural Brain Research. 252: 164-75
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