Brian C. Trainor
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Neural mechanisms of aggression
RJ Nelson, BC Trainor
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 8 (7), 536-546, 2007
Testosterone, paternal behavior, and aggression in the monogamous California mouse (Peromyscus californicus)
BC Trainor, CA Marler
Hormones and behavior 40 (1), 32-42, 2001
Testosterone promotes paternal behaviour in a monogamous mammal via conversion to oestrogen
BC Trainor, CA Marler
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Opposing hormonal mechanisms of aggression revealed through short-lived testosterone manipulations and multiple winning experiences
BC Trainor, IM Bird, CA Marler
Hormones and Behavior 45 (2), 115-121, 2004
Estrogenic encounters: how interactions between aromatase and the environment modulate aggression
BC Trainor, HH Kyomen, CA Marler
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 27 (2), 170-179, 2006
Sex Differences in Social Interaction Behavior Following Social Defeat Stress in the Monogamous California Mouse (Peromyscus californicus)
BC Trainor, MC Pride, R Villalon Landeros, NW Knoblauch, EY Takahashi, ...
PloS one 6 (2), e17405, 2011
Stress responses and the mesolimbic dopamine system: social contexts and sex differences
BC Trainor
Hormones and behavior 60 (5), 457-469, 2011
Response to Wingfield's commentary on “A continuing saga: The role of testosterone in aggression”
CA Marler, TO Oyegbile, J Plavicki, BC Trainor
Hormones and Behavior 48 (3), 256-258, 2005
Paternal behavior influences development of aggression and vasopressin expression in male California mouse offspring
CRM Frazier, BC Trainor, CJ Cravens, TK Whitney, CA Marler
Hormones and Behavior 50 (5), 699-707, 2006
Oxytocin receptors in the anteromedial bed nucleus of the stria terminalis promote stress-induced social avoidance in female California mice
N Duque-Wilckens, MQ Steinman, M Busnelli, B Chini, S Yokoyama, ...
Biological psychiatry 83 (3), 203-213, 2018
Sex-specific effects of stress on oxytocin neurons correspond with responses to intranasal oxytocin
MQ Steinman, N Duque-Wilckens, GD Greenberg, R Hao, KL Campi, ...
Biological psychiatry 80 (5), 406-414, 2016
Rapid effects of estradiol on male aggression depend on photoperiod in reproductively non-responsive mice
BC Trainor, MS Finy, RJ Nelson
Hormones and behavior 53 (1), 192-199, 2008
Variation in aromatase activity in the medial preoptic area and plasma progesterone is associated with the onset of paternal behavior
BC Trainor, IM Bird, NA Alday, BA Schlinger, CA Marler
Neuroendocrinology 78 (1), 36-44, 2003
Individual differences in estrogen receptor α in select brain nuclei are associated with individual differences in aggression
BC Trainor, KM Greiwe, RJ Nelson
Hormones and behavior 50 (2), 338-345, 2006
Photoperiod reverses the effects of estrogens on male aggression via genomic and nongenomic pathways
BC Trainor, S Lin, MS Finy*, MR Rowland, RJ Nelson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (23), 9840-9845, 2007
Deletion of the Kv2. 1 delayed rectifier potassium channel leads to neuronal and behavioral hyperexcitability
DJ Speca, G Ogata, D Mandikian, HI Bishop, SW Wiler, K Eum, ...
Genes, Brain and Behavior 13 (4), 394-408, 2014
Sex differences in stress-induced social withdrawal: role of brain derived neurotrophic factor in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis
GD Greenberg, A Laman-Maharg, KL Campi, H Voigt, VN Orr, L Schaal, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 7, 223, 2014
Acute stress impairs cognitive flexibility in men, not women
GS Shields, BC Trainor, JCW Lam, AP Yonelinas
Stress 19 (5), 542-546, 2016
Conserved transcriptomic profiles underpin monogamy across vertebrates
RL Young, MH Ferkin, NF Ockendon-Powell, VN Orr, SM Phelps, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (4), 1331-1336, 2019
Greater lifetime stress exposure predicts blunted cortisol but heightened DHEA responses to acute stress
JCW Lam, GS Shields, BC Trainor, GM Slavich, AP Yonelinas
Stress and Health 35 (1), 15-26, 2019
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