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Male Experience, Female Investment and Offspring Anxiety Behavior: Where Father’s Nature Meets Mother’s Nurture
Mammals, like most species, change in physiology and behavior over the course of their lifespan. Lifetime experiences and environmental exposures can potentially alter the developmental trajectory of their offspring, not ...
The Effects of Prenatal Predator Exposure and Postnatal Environmental Enrichment on Febrile Convulsions, FosB- and CRH-immunoreactivity
Epilepsy, a relatively common and chronic neurological condition, affects 1-2% of the population. The underlying pathophysiology of epileptogenesis is not completely understood. To identify potential antecedents to ...