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Selected Publications

Wommack, J.C., Salinas, A., Delville, Y. (2005). Glucocorticoids and the development of agonistic behaviour during puberty in male golden hamsters.  Journal of Neuroendocrinology, 17, 781-787.[pdf]

Cervantes, C.M., David, J.T., Loyd, D.R., Salinas, J.A., Delville, Y. (2005). Lead exposure alters the development of agonistic behavior in golden hamsters.  Developmental Psychobiology, 47:158-165.[pdf]

Newman M.L., Holden G.W., Delville, Y. (2005). Isolation and the stress of being bullied.  Journal of Adolescence, 28:343-357.[pdf]

Taravosh-Lahn, K., Delville, Y. [2004]. Aggressive behavior in female golden hamsters: development and the effects of repeated social stress.  Hormones and Behavior, 46:428-435.[pdf]

Wommack, J.C., Salinas, A., Melloni, R.H., Delville, Y., (2004). Behavioural and neuroendocrine adaptations to repeated stress during puberty in male golden hamsters.  Journal of Neuroendocrinology, 16:767-775.[pdf]

David, J.T., Cervantes, M.C., Trosky, K.A., Salinas, J.A., Delville, Y. (2004). A neural network underlying individual differences in emotion and aggression in male hamsters.  Neuroscience, 126:567-578.[pdf]

Delville, Y., David, J.T., Taravosh-Lahn, K., Wommack, J.C. (2003). Stress and the development of agonistic behavior in golden hamsters.  Hormones and Behavior, 44:263-270.(pdf)

Wommack, J.C., Taravosh-Lahn, K., David, J.T., Delville, Y. (2003). Repeated exposure to social stress alters the development of agonistic behavior in male golden hamsters.  Hormones and Behavior, 43:229-236.(pdf)

Wommack, J.C., Delville, Y. (2003). Repeated social stress and the development of agonistic behavior; individual differences in coping responses in male golden hamsters.  Physiology & Behavior, 80:303-308.(pdf)

Wommack, J.C., Delville, Y. (2002). Chronic social stress during puberty enhances tyrosine hydroxylase immunoreactivity within the limbic system in golden hamsters.  Brain Research, 933:139-143.(pdf)

Delville, Y., De Vries, G.J., Ferris, C.F. (2000). Neural connections of the anterior hypothalamus and agonistic behavior in golden hamsters.  Brain Behavior & Evolution, 55:53-76.(pdf)

Lambert, J., Benoit, B., Colvin, G.A., Carlson J., Delville, Y., Quesenberry, P.J. (2000). Quick sex determination of mouse fetuses.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 95:127-132.(pdf)

King, J.A., Barkley, R.A., Delville, Y., Ferris, C.F. (2000). Early androgen treatment decreases cognitive function and catecholamine innervation in an animal model of ADHD. Behavioural Brain Research, 107:35-43.(pdf)

Delville, Y. (1999). Exposure to lead during development alters aggressive behavior in golden hamsters.  Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 21:445-449.(pdf)

Ferris, C.F., Stolberg, T., Delville, Y. (1999). Serotonin regulation of aggressive behavior in male golden hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus).  Behavioral Neuroscience, 113:804-815.[pdf]

Delville, Y., Melloni, R.H., and Ferris, C.F. (1998). Behavioral and neurobiological consequences of social subjugation during puberty in golden hamsters.  Journal of Neuroscience, 18:2667-2672. (pdf)

Ferris, C.F., Melloni, R.H., Koppel, G., Perry, K.W., Fuller, R.W., Delville, Y. (1997). Vasopressin serotonin interactions in the anterior hypothalamus control aggressive behavior in golden hamsters.  Journal of Neuroscience, 17:4331-4340(pdf)

Delville, Y., Mansour, K.M., Ferris, C.F. (1996). Testosterone facilitates aggression by modulating vasopressin receptors in the hypothalamus.  Physiology & Behavior, 60:25-29.(pdf)