Sarah Woodley, Ph. D.

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Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
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Millikin AR, Woodley SK, Davis DR, et al. (2019) Water-borne and plasma corticosterone are not correlated in spotted salamanders. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 13942-13953
Woodley SK, Mattes BM, Yates EK, et al. (2015) Exposure to sublethal concentrations of a pesticide or predator cues induces changes in brain architecture in larval amphibians. Oecologia. 179: 655-65
Thomas JR, Woodley SK. (2015) Treatment with corticosterone delays cutaneous wound healing in male and female salamanders. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 216: 33-8
Woodley S. (2015) Chemosignals, hormones, and amphibian reproduction. Hormones and Behavior. 68: 3-13
Fonner CW, Woodley SK. (2015) Testing the predation stress hypothesis: Behavioural and hormonal responses to predator cues in Allegheny Mountain dusky salamanders Behaviour. 152: 797-819
Woodley SK, Porter BA. (2015) Handling stress increases expression of male sexual behaviour in an amphibian with an explosive mating strategy Journal of Zoology
Woodley SK, Freeman P, Ricciardella LF. (2014) Environmental acidification is not associated with altered plasma corticosterone levels in the stream-side salamander, Desmognathus ochrophaeus. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 201: 8-15
Wack CL, Ratay MK, Woodley SK. (2013) Effects of corticosterone on locomotory activity in red-legged salamanders Herpetologica. 69: 118-126
Bliley JM, Woodley SK. (2012) The effects of repeated handling and corticosterone treatment on behavior in an amphibian (Ocoee salamander: Desmognathus ocoee). Physiology & Behavior. 105: 1132-9
Kiemnec-Tyburczy KM, Woodley SK, Watts RA, et al. (2012) Expression of vomeronasal receptors and related signaling molecules in the nasal cavity of a caudate amphibian (Plethodon shermani). Chemical Senses. 37: 335-46
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