James Curley
James Curley
Psychology Department, University of Texas at Austin
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Epigenetic mechanisms mediating the long-term effects of maternal care on development
FA Champagne, JP Curley
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 33 (4), 593-600, 2009
Epigenetics and the origins of paternal effects
JP Curley, R Mashoodh, FA Champagne
Hormones and behavior 59 (3), 306-314, 2011
Mother–infant bonding and the evolution of mammalian social relationships
KD Broad, JP Curley, EB Keverne
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361 …, 2006
Vasopressin, oxytocin and social behaviour
EB Keverne, JP Curley
Current opinion in neurobiology 14 (6), 777-783, 2004
How social experiences influence the brain
FA Champagne, JP Curley
Current opinion in neurobiology 15 (6), 704-709, 2005
Coadaptation in mother and infant regulated by a paternally expressed imprinted gene
JP Curley, S Barton, A Surani, EB Keverne
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Influence of maternal care on the developing brain: Mechanisms, temporal dynamics and sensitive periods
JP Curley, FA Champagne
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 40, 52-66, 2016
Social influences on neurobiology and behavior: epigenetic effects during development
JP Curley, CL Jensen, R Mashoodh, FA Champagne
Psychoneuroendocrinology 36 (3), 352-371, 2011
Genes, brains and mammalian social bonds
JP Curley, EB Keverne
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (10), 561-567, 2005
Social enrichment during postnatal development induces transgenerational effects on emotional and reproductive behavior in mice
JP Curley, S Davidson, P Bateson, FA Champagne
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 3, 816, 2009
Epigenetics, brain evolution and behaviour
EB Keverne, JP Curley
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 29 (3), 398-412, 2008
Mast cells on the mind: new insights and opportunities
R Silver, JP Curley
Trends in neurosciences 36 (9), 513-521, 2013
Natural variations in postpartum maternal care in inbred and outbred mice
FA Champagne, JP Curley, EB Keverne, PPG Bateson
Physiology & behavior 91 (2-3), 325-334, 2007
The evolution of genomic imprinting: theories, predictions and empirical tests
MM Patten, L Ross, JP Curley, DC Queller, R Bonduriansky, JB Wolf
Heredity 113 (2), 119-128, 2014
Paternal social enrichment effects on maternal behavior and offspring growth
R Mashoodh, B Franks, JP Curley, FA Champagne
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (supplement_2), 17232-17238, 2012
Temporal dynamics of social hierarchy formation and maintenance in male mice
CM Williamson, W Lee, JP Curley
Animal behaviour 115, 259-272, 2016
A social network approach reveals associations between mouse social dominance and brain gene expression
N So, B Franks, S Lim, JP Curley
PloS one 10 (7), e0134509, 2015
Early interactions with mother and peers independently build adult social skills and shape BDNF and oxytocin receptor brain levels
I Branchi, JP Curley, I D’Andrea, F Cirulli, FA Champagne, E Alleva
Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (4), 522-532, 2013
Increased body fat in mice with a targeted mutation of the paternally expressed imprinted gene Peg3
JP Curley, SB Pinnock, SL Dickson, R Thresher, N Miyoshi, MA Surani, ...
The FASEB Journal 19 (10), 1302-1304, 2005
Social context-dependent relationships between mouse dominance rank and plasma hormone levels
CM Williamson, W Lee, RD Romeo, JP Curley
Physiology & behavior 171, 110-119, 2017
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