Neurobiology of Grooming Behavior: Contents

@inproceedings{Kalueff2010NeurobiologyOG,
  title={Neurobiology of Grooming Behavior: Contents},
  author={Allan V. Kalueff and Justin L. La Porte and Carisa Bergner},
  year={2010}
}

Action detection using a neural network elucidates the genetics of mouse grooming behavior

This work develops a general purpose neural network architecture capable of dynamic action detection at human observer-level performance and operate across dozens of mouse strains with high visual diversity, to facilitate systematic studies of mechanisms underlying these behaviors.

Streams and patterns in behavior as challenges for future technologies

Members of the symposium on “Streams and Patterns in Behavior,” Maastricht Conference on Measuring Behavior, offered important complementary approaches to issues that are common in all analyses of behavioral patterns, across time scales and levels of organization.

Human compulsivity: A perspective from evolutionary medicine

Two of a Kind or a Full House? Reproductive Suppression and Alloparenting in Laboratory Mice

Pigmented mice nursed and nested with albino pups and vice-versa, confirming empirical observations from many that group nesting and alloparenting occurs in unrelated laboratory mice.

Behavioral and physiological correlates of stress related to examination performance in college chemistry students

It was found that individual differences in the physiological stress responses are a factor in predicting the students' ability to pass a challenging class, and a clear set of characteristics related to theStudents' ability and resilience to psychological stress are necessary to succeed in a challengingclass.

Genomic Imprinting: An Obsession with Depilatory Mice

Antioxidant Therapies for Ulcerative Dermatitis: A Potential Model for Skin Picking Disorder

In a heterogenous prospective trial, the significant reduction in Ulcerative Dermatitis lesion severity in mice receiving either N-acetylcysteine (oral administration) or glutathione (intranasal) is shown.

Effects of Chrysin on mRNA Expression of 5-HT1A and 5-HT2A Receptors in the Raphe Nuclei and Hippocampus

Chrysin treatment exerts antidepressant-like effect that could be associated to the 5-Hydroxytryptamine-1A and 5-hydroxytryptedamine-2A receptors modifications in both brain structures, the raphe nuclei and hippocampus.