Kim Huhman
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Social conflict models: can they inform us about human psychopathology?
KL Huhman
Hormones and behavior 50 (4), 640-646, 2006
Conditioned defeat in male and female Syrian hamsters
KL Huhman, MB Solomon, M Janicki, AC Harmon, SM Lin, JE Israel, ...
Hormones and behavior 44 (3), 293-299, 2003
Short-day increases in aggression are inversely related to circulating testosterone concentrations in male Siberian hamsters (Phodopus sungorus)
AM Jasnow, KL Huhman, TJ Bartness, GE Demas
Hormones and behavior 38 (2), 102-110, 2000
Neuropeptide Y microinjected into the suprachiasmatic region phase shifts circadian rhythms in constant darkness
KL Huhman, HE Albers
Peptides 15 (8), 1475-1478, 1994
Acute and repeated exposure to social conflict in male golden hamsters: increases in plasma POMC-peptides and cortisol and decreases in plasma testosterone
KL Huhman, TO Moore, CF Ferris, EH Mougey, JL Meyerhoff
Hormones and behavior 25 (2), 206-216, 1991
Social defeat increases food intake, body mass, and adiposity in Syrian hamsters
MT Foster, MB Solomon, KL Huhman, TJ Bartness
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2006
Serotonergic regulation of circadian rhythms in Syrian hamsters
EM Mintz, CF Gillespie, CL Marvel, KL Huhman, HE Albers
Neuroscience 79 (2), 563-569, 1997
Conditioned defeat in the Syrian golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus)
M Potegal, K Huhman, T Moore, J Meyerhoff
Behavioral and neural biology 60 (2), 93-102, 1993
GABAA and GABAB agonists and antagonists alter the phase-shifting effects of light when microinjected into the suprachiasmatic region
CF Gillespie, EM Mintz, CL Marvel, KL Huhman, HE Albers
Brain research 759 (2), 181-189, 1997
Effects of social conflict on POMC-derived peptides and glucocorticoids in male golden hamsters
KL Huhman, BN Bunnell, EH Mougey, JL Meyerhoff
Physiology & behavior 47 (5), 949-956, 1990
Involvement of central amygdalar and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis corticotropin-releasing factor in behavioral responses to social defeat.
AM Jasnow, M Davis, KL Huhman
Behavioral neuroscience 118 (5), 1052, 2004
Oxytocin induces social communication by activating arginine-vasopressin V1a receptors and not oxytocin receptors
Z Song, KE McCann, JK McNeill IV, TE Larkin II, KL Huhman, HE Albers
Psychoneuroendocrinology 50, 14-19, 2014
Oxytocin inhibits aggression in female Syrian hamsters
AC Harmon, KL Huhman, TO Moore, HE Albers
Journal of neuroendocrinology 14 (12), 963-969, 2002
Short days and exogenous melatonin increase aggression of male Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus)
AM Jasnow, KL Huhman, TJ Bartness, GE Demas
Hormones and behavior 42 (1), 13-20, 2002
Hormonal basis of social conflict and communication
HE Albers, KL Huhman, RL Meisel
Hormones, brain and behavior, 393-433, 2002
Neuropeptide Y phase shifts circadian rhythms in vivo via a Y2 receptor.
KL Huhman, CF Gillespie, CL Marvel, HE Albers
Neuroreport 7 (7), 1249-1252, 1996
Activation of GABAA receptors in the amygdala blocks the acquisition and expression of conditioned defeat in Syrian hamsters
AM Jasnow, KL Huhman
Brain research 920 (1-2), 142-150, 2001
Role of V1a vasopressin receptors in the control of aggression in Syrian hamsters
HE Albers, A Dean, MC Karom, D Smith, KL Huhman
Brain research 1073, 425-430, 2006
Memory of social defeat is facilitated by cAMP response element-binding protein overexpression in the amygdala.
AM Jasnow, C Shi, JE Israel, M Davis, KL Huhman
Behavioral neuroscience 119 (4), 1125, 2005
Acute and chronic social defeat suppresses humoral immunity of male Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus)
AM Jasnow, DL Drazen, KL Huhman, RJ Nelson, GE Demas
Hormones and Behavior 40 (3), 428-433, 2001
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