Tracey J. Shors

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
"Tracey Shors"
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Millon EM, Shors TJ. (2019) Taking Neurogenesis out of the Lab and into the World with MAP Train My Brain. Behavioural Brain Research. 112154
Millon EM, Chang HYM, Shors TJ. (2018) Stressful Life Memories Relate to Ruminative Thoughts in Women With Sexual Violence History, Irrespective of PTSD. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 9: 311
Shors TJ, Chang HYM, Millon EM. (2018) ™: Meditation Plus Aerobic Exercise Lessens Trauma of Sexual Violence More Than Either Activity Alone. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 211
DiFeo G, Shors TJ. (2016) Mental and Physical Skill Training Increases Neurogenesis via Cell Survival in the Adolescent Hippocampus. Brain Research
Shors TJ, Millon EM. (2016) Sexual Trauma and the Female Brain. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology
Alderman BL, Olson RL, Brush CJ, et al. (2016) MAP training: combining meditation and aerobic exercise reduces depression and rumination while enhancing synchronized brain activity. Translational Psychiatry. 6: e726
Shors TJ. (2016) A trip down memory lane about sex differences in the brain. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 371
Shors TJ, Tobόn K, DiFeo G, et al. (2016) Sexual Conspecific Aggressive Response (SCAR): A Model of Sexual Trauma that Disrupts Maternal Learning and Plasticity in the Female Brain. Scientific Reports. 6: 18960
DiFeo G, Curlik DM, Shors TJ. (2014) The motirod: a novel physical skill task that enhances motivation to learn and thereby increases neurogenesis especially in the female hippocampus. Brain Research
Shors TJ, Olson RL, Bates ME, et al. (2014) Mental and Physical (MAP) Training: a neurogenesis-inspired intervention that enhances health in humans. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 115: 3-9
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