Frank Michael Scalzo, Ph.D.

Psychology Bard College, United States 
behavioral neuroscience, zebrafish
"Frank Scalzo"
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Stewart CW, Scalzo FM, Valentine J, et al. (1998) Gestational exposure to cocaine or pharmacologically related compounds: effects on behavior and striatal dopamine receptors. Life Sciences. 63: 2015-22
Scalzo FM, Ali SF, Holson RR, et al. (1993) Haloperidol effects on the developing dopamine system: conflicting results and implications for neurobehavioral teratology research. Annali Dell'Istituto Superiore Di Sanitã . 29: 139-46
Scalzo FM, Holson RR. (1992) The ontogeny of behavioral sensitization to phencyclidine. Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 14: 7-14
Scalzo FM, Burge LJ. (1992) The ontogeny of phencyclidine-induced wall climbing and locomotor activity. Developmental Psychobiology. 25: 597-612
Williams R, Ali SF, Scalzo FM, et al. (1992) Prenatal haloperidol exposure: effects on brain weights and caudate neurotransmitter levels in rats. Brain Research Bulletin. 29: 449-58
St Omer VE, Ali SF, Holson RR, et al. (1991) Behavioral and neurochemical effects of prenatal methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) exposure in rats. Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 13: 13-20
Kolta MG, Scalzo FM, Ali SF, et al. (1990) Ontogeny of the enhanced behavioral response to amphetamine in amphetamine-pretreated rats. Psychopharmacology. 100: 377-82
Scalzo FM, Ali SF, Frambes NA, et al. (1990) Weanling rats exposed prenatally to cocaine exhibit an increase in striatal D2 dopamine binding associated with an increase in ligand affinity. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 37: 371-3
Scalzo FM, Ali SF, Holson RR. (1989) Behavioral effects of prenatal haloperidol exposure. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 34: 727-31
Slikker W, Holson RR, Ali SF, et al. (1989) Behavioral and neurochemical effects of orally administered MDMA in the rodent and nonhuman primate. Neurotoxicology. 10: 529-42
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