John S. Morris, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology  University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
Behavioral Endocrinology
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Randy J. Nelson grad student 2009-2013 Ohio State
 (Early Sexual Experience Alters Adult Affective Responses and Immune Function.)
Greg J. Norman post-doc 2013- Chicago
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Morris JS, Weil ZM, Nelson RJ. (2014) Early sexual experience alters voluntary alcohol intake in adulthood. Neuroscience Letters. 563: 129-33
Morris JS, Weil ZM, Nelson RJ. (2013) Sexual experience and testosterone during adolescence alter adult neuronal morphology and behavior. Hormones and Behavior. 64: 454-60
Norman GJ, Karelina K, Berntson GG, et al. (2012) Heart rate variability predicts cell death and inflammatory responses to global cerebral ischemia. Frontiers in Physiology. 3: 131
Fonken LK, Morris JS, Nelson RJ. (2011) Early life experiences affect adult delayed-type hypersensitivity in short and long photoperiods. Chronobiology International. 28: 101-8
Norman GJ, Cacioppo JT, Morris JS, et al. (2011) Oxytocin increases autonomic cardiac control: moderation by loneliness. Biological Psychology. 86: 174-80
Norman GJ, Cacioppo JT, Morris JS, et al. (2011) Selective influences of oxytocin on the evaluative processing of social stimuli. Journal of Psychopharmacology (Oxford, England). 25: 1313-9
Norman GJ, Zhang N, Morris JS, et al. (2010) Social interaction modulates autonomic, inflammatory, and depressive-like responses to cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107: 16342-7
Norman GJ, Karelina K, Morris JS, et al. (2010) Social interaction prevents the development of depressive-like behavior post nerve injury in mice: a potential role for oxytocin. Psychosomatic Medicine. 72: 519-26
Weil ZM, Norman GJ, Karelina K, et al. (2009) Sleep deprivation attenuates inflammatory responses and ischemic cell death. Experimental Neurology. 218: 129-36
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