Augustus R. Lumia

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Psychology Univ of Connecticut, Storrs 
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Hagenauer MH, King AF, Possidente B, et al. (2011) Changes in circadian rhythms during puberty in Rattus norvegicus: developmental time course and gonadal dependency. Hormones and Behavior. 60: 46-57
Frahm KA, Lumia AR, Fernandez E, et al. (2011) Effects of anabolic androgenic steroids and social subjugation on behavior and neurochemistry in male rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 97: 416-22
Possidente B, Lumia AR, McGinnis MY, et al. (1996) Effects of fluoxetine and olfactory bulbectomy on mouse circadian activity rhythms. Brain Research. 713: 108-13
Possidente B, Lumia AR, McEldowney S, et al. (1992) Fluoxetine shortens circadian period for wheel running activity in mice. Brain Research Bulletin. 28: 629-31
Lumia AR, Teicher MH, Salchli F, et al. (1992) Olfactory bulbectomy as a model for agitated hyposerotonergic depression. Brain Research. 587: 181-5
Possidente B, Lumia AR, McGinnis MY, et al. (1990) Olfactory bulb control of circadian activity rhythm in mice. Brain Research. 513: 325-8
Howard SB, Lumia AR, Anderson GM, et al. (1984) Sympathetic control of sexual reflexes: Peripheral 6-hydroxydopamine administration facilitates the onset of penile reflexes in male rats Physiology and Behavior. 32: 791-794
Meisel RL, Lumia AR, Sachs BD. (1982) Disruption of copulatory behavior of male rats by olfactory bulbectomy at two, but not ten, days of age. Experimental Neurology. 77: 612-24
Lumia AR, Meisel RL, Sachs BD. (1981) Induction of female and male mating patterns in female rats by gonadal steroids: effects of neonatal or adult olfactory bulbectomy. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 95: 497-509
Sachs BD, Lumia AR. (1981) Is stress due to shipment of animals a confounding variable in developmental research? Developmental Psychobiology. 14: 169-71
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