James L. Goodson

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Wilson LC, Goodson JL, Kingsbury MA. (2018) Neural responses to familiar conspecifics are modulated by a nonapeptide receptor in a winter flocking sparrow. Physiology & Behavior
Wilson LC, Goodson JL, Kingsbury MA. (2016) Seasonal Variation in Group Size Is Related to Seasonal Variation in Neuropeptide Receptor Density. Brain, Behavior and Evolution
Goodson JL, Schrock SE, Kingsbury MA. (2015) Oxytocin mechanisms of stress response and aggression in a territorial finch. Physiology & Behavior. 141: 154-63
Kingsbury MA, Jan N, Klatt JD, et al. (2015) Nesting behavior is associated with VIP expression and VIP-Fos colocalization in a network-wide manner. Hormones and Behavior. 69: 68-81
Kelly AM, Goodson JL. (2015) Functional interactions of dopamine cell groups reflect personality, sex, and social context in highly social finches. Behavioural Brain Research. 280: 101-12
Kingsbury MA, Goodson JL. (2014) Pair bond formation is impaired by VPAC receptor antagonism in the socially monogamous zebra finch. Behavioural Brain Research. 272: 264-8
Kelly AM, Goodson JL. (2014) Social functions of individual vasopressin-oxytocin cell groups in vertebrates: what do we really know? Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology. 35: 512-29
Kelly AM, Goodson JL. (2014) Hypothalamic oxytocin and vasopressin neurons exert sex-specific effects on pair bonding, gregariousness, and aggression in finches. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 6069-74
Kelly AM, Goodson JL. (2014) Personality is tightly coupled to vasopressin-oxytocin neuron activity in a gregarious finch. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 8: 55
Kelly AM, Goodson JL. (2013) Behavioral relevance of species-specific vasotocin anatomy in gregarious finches. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 7: 242
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