Alexa H. Veenema
Alexa H. Veenema
Associate Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience, Michigan State University
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The neuropeptide oxytocin facilitates pro-social behavior and prevents social avoidance in rats and mice
M Lukas, I Toth, SO Reber, DA Slattery, AH Veenema, ID Neumann
Neuropsychopharmacology 36 (11), 2159-2168, 2011
Long-term effects of social stress on brain and behavior: a focus on hippocampal functioning
B Buwalda, MHP Kole, AH Veenema, M Huininga, SF de Boer, SM Korte, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (1), 83-97, 2005
Vasopressin and oxytocin receptor systems in the brain: sex differences and sex-specific regulation of social behavior
KM Dumais, AH Veenema
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 40, 1-23, 2016
Central vasopressin and oxytocin release: regulation of complex social behaviours
AH Veenema, ID Neumann
Progress in brain research 170, 261-276, 2008
Effects of early life stress on adult male aggression and hypothalamic vasopressin and serotonin
AH Veenema, A Blume, D Niederle, B Buwalda, ID Neumann
European Journal of Neuroscience 24 (6), 1711-1720, 2006
Early life stress, the development of aggression and neuroendocrine and neurobiological correlates: what can we learn from animal models?
AH Veenema
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 30 (4), 497-518, 2009
Differences in basal and stress-induced HPA regulation of wild house mice selected for high and low aggression
AH Veenema, OC Meijer, ER De Kloet, JM Koolhaas, BG Bohus
Hormones and behavior 43 (1), 197-204, 2003
Opposite effects of maternal separation on intermale and maternal aggression in C57BL/6 mice: link to hypothalamic vasopressin and oxytocin immunoreactivity
AH Veenema, R Bredewold, ID Neumann
Psychoneuroendocrinology 32 (5), 437-450, 2007
Aggression and anxiety: social context and neurobiological links
ID Neumann, AH Veenema, DI Beiderbeck
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 4, 12, 2010
Genetic selection for coping style predicts stressor susceptibility
AH Veenema, OC Meijer, ER De Kloet, JM Koolhaas
Journal of neuroendocrinology 15 (3), 256-267, 2003
Adrenal insufficiency and colonic inflammation after a novel chronic psycho-social stress paradigm in mice: implications and mechanisms
SO Reber, L Birkeneder, AH Veenema, F Obermeier, W Falk, RH Straub, ...
Endocrinology 148 (2), 670-682, 2007
Maternal separation interferes with developmental changes in brain vasopressin and oxytocin receptor binding in male rats
M Lukas, R Bredewold, ID Neumann, AH Veenema
Neuropharmacology 58 (1), 78-87, 2010
Maternal separation enhances offensive play-fighting, basal corticosterone and hypothalamic vasopressin mRNA expression in juvenile male rats
AH Veenema, ID Neumann
Psychoneuroendocrinology 34 (3), 463-467, 2009
Neurobiological mechanisms of aggression and stress coping: a comparative study in mouse and rat selection lines
AH Veenema, ID Neumann
Brain, behavior and evolution 70 (4), 274-285, 2007
Sex differences in oxytocin receptor binding in forebrain regions: correlations with social interest in brain region-and sex-specific ways
KM Dumais, R Bredewold, TE Mayer, AH Veenema
Hormones and behavior 64 (4), 693-701, 2013
Toward understanding how early-life social experiences alter oxytocin-and vasopressin-regulated social behaviors
AH Veenema
Hormones and behavior 61 (3), 304-312, 2012
Oxytocin mediates rodent social memory within the lateral septum and the medial amygdala depending on the relevance of the social stimulus: male juvenile versus female adult …
M Lukas, I Toth, AH Veenema, ID Neumann
Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (6), 916-926, 2013
Distinct correlations of vasopressin release within the lateral septum and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis with the display of intermale aggression
AH Veenema, DI Beiderbeck, M Lukas, ID Neumann
Hormones and behavior 58 (2), 273-281, 2010
Early life stress enhances the vulnerability to chronic psychosocial stress and experimental colitis in adult mice
AH Veenema, SO Reber, S Selch, F Obermeier, ID Neumann
Endocrinology 149 (6), 2727-2736, 2008
Differences in intermale aggression are accompanied by opposite vasopressin release patterns within the septum in rats bred for low and high anxiety
DI Beiderbeck, ID Neumann, AH Veenema
European Journal of Neuroscience 26 (12), 3597-3605, 2007
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