Items where Subject is "maternal"

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Paper

Dvorkin, Roman, Shea, Stephen D (April 2021) Precise and pervasive phasic bursting in locus coeruleus during maternal behavior. bioRxiv. (Unpublished)

Dvorkin, Roman, Shea, Stephen D (February 2022) Precise and pervasive phasic bursting in locus coeruleus during maternal behavior in mice. The Journal of Neuroscience. ISSN 0270-6474

Lau, B. Y. B., Krishnan, K., Huang, Z. J., Shea, S. D. (January 2020) Maternal experience-dependent cortical plasticity in mice is circuit- and stimulus-specific and requires MECP2. J Neurosci, 40 (7). pp. 1514-1526. ISSN 0270-6474

Lyon, Gholson J, Longo, Joseph, Garcia, Andrew, Inusa, Fatima, Marchi, Elaine, Shi, Daniel, Dörfel, Max, Arnesen, Thomas, Aldabe, Rafael, Lyons, Scott, Nashat, Melissa A, Bolton, David (May 2024) Evaluating possible maternal effect lethality and genetic background effects in Naa10 knockout mice. PLoS ONE, 19 (5). e0301328. ISSN 1932-6203

Nowlan, Alexandra C, Kelahan, Clancy, Shea, Stephen D (February 2022) Multisensory integration of social signals by a pathway from the basal amygdala to the auditory cortex in maternal mice. bioRxiv. (Unpublished)

Xie, Yunyao, Huang, Longwen, Corona, Alberto, Pagliaro, Alexa H, Shea, Stephen D (December 2022) A dopaminergic reward prediction error signal shapes maternal behavior in mice. Neuron. S0896-6273(22)01073. ISSN 0896-6273

Xie, Yunyao, Huang, Longwen, Corona, Alberto, Pagliaro, Alexa H, Shea, Stephen D (March 2022) A reinforcement learning algorithm shapes maternal care in mice. bioRxiv. (Unpublished)

Thesis

Nowlan, Alexandra C (April 2021) An amygdalo-cortical circuit for multisensory processing in maternal behavior. PhD thesis, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Pagliaro, Alexa H (May 2023) A disrupted parvalbumin network state impairs maternal behavior in a mouse model of Rett Syndrome. PhD thesis, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Shen, Luqun (April 2022) Perceptual Categorization and Neural Representations of Vocal Stimuli. PhD thesis, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

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