faculty
Jill Schneider, Ph.D.
 

Schneider Publications

Articles Authored in Refereed Journals

Schneider, J. E., Wise, J. D., Benton, N. A., Brozek, J., Keen-Rhinehart , E. (2013) When Do We Eat? Ingestive Behavior, Survival, and Reproductive Success. Hormones and Behavior, 64(4):702=728, 2013.

Schneider, J. E., Klingerman, C. M., Abdulhay, A. (2012) Sense and nonsense in metabolic control of reproduction. Frontiers in Endocrinology, 3:26. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2012.00026, 2012.

Klingerman, C. M., Williams, W. P. III, Simberlund, J., Brahme, N., Prasad, A, Schneider, J. E. and Kriegsfeld, L. J.  (2011) Food restriction-induced changes in gonadotropin-inhibiting hormone cells are associated with changes in sexual motivation and food hoarding, but not sexual performance and food intake. Frontiers in Endocrinology, 2:101. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2011.00101.  

Klingerman, C. M., Patel, A., Hedges,  V.L., Meisel, R.L. and Schneider, J.E. (2011) Effects of food restriction on appetitive aspects of sex and ingestive behavior and neural activation in the nucleus accumbens.  Behavioral and Brain Research,  223: 356-370.

Klingerman, C. M., Krishnamoorthy, K., Patel, K., Spiro, A. B., Struby, C., Patel, A. and Schneider, J.E. (2010) Energetic challenges unmask the role of ovarian hormones in orchestrating ingestive and sex behaviors.  Hormones and Behavior, 58:563-574, 2010.

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Szymanski, L. A., Schneider, J. E., Friedman, M. I., Ji, H., Kurose, Y., Blache, D., Rao, A., Dunshea, F.R., Clarke, I.J.  Changes in insulin, glucose and ketone bodies, but not leptin or body fat content precede restoration of luteinising hormone secretion in re-fed ewes.  Journal of Neuroendocrinology, 19:449-460, 2007.

Schneider, J.E. Casper, J.F. Barisich, A., Schoengold, C., Cherry, S., Surico, J., DeBarba, A., Fabris, F. and Rabold, E.  Food deprivation and leptin prioritize ingestive and sex behavior without affecting estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters.  Hormones and Behavior, 51(3):413-427, 2007.

Schneider, J. E. Metabolic and hormonal control of the desire for food and sex:  Implications for obesity and eating disorders, Hormones and Behavior, 50:562-571, 2006.

Schneider, J. E. Metabolic and hormonal control of the desire for food and sex:  Implications for obesity and eating disorders, Hormones and Behavior, 50:562-571, 2006.

Schneider, J.E. Energy balance and reproduction. Physiology and Behavior 81:289-317, 2004.

Buckley , C.A. and J.E. Schneider Food hoarding, but not food intake is increased by food deprivation and decreased by leptin treatment in Syrian hamsters. American Journal of Physiology 285:R1021-1029, 2003.

Schneider, J. E. and C. A. Buckley, R. M. Blum, D. Zhou, L. Szymanski, D. E. Day and T. J. Bartness Metabolic signals, hormones and neuropeptides involved in control of energy balance reproductive success in hamsters. European Journal of Neuroscience 16:377-379, 2002.

Jennifer L. Temple, Jill E. Schneider, Deanna Scott, Alexander Koritz and Emilie F. Rissman . Acute Metabolic Fuel Blockade Suppresses Mating Behavior in Female Musk Shrews. American Journal of Physiology, 282:R782-R790, 2001.

Drazen, D.L., Kriegsfeld, L.J., Schneider, J.E. & Nelson, R.J. Photoperiod effects on leptin and immune function. American Journal of Physiology, 278:R1401-R1407 , 2000.

Schneider, J.E. Leptin and Related Peptides. Hormones and Behavior, 37:258-260, 2000.

Schneider, J.E., Zhou, D. and Blum, R.M. Leptin and metabolic control of reproduction. Hormones and Behavior, 37:306-326, 2000.

Schneider, J. E., R. M. Blum, and G. N. Wade, Metabolic control of food intake and estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters: I. Plasma insulin and leptin concentrations, American Journal of Physiology, 278:R476-R485, 2000.

Schneider, J. E. and D. Zhou. Interactive effects of intracerebral leptin treatment and peripheral metabolic inhibitors on estrous cyclicity. American Journal of Physiology, 277:R1020-R1024, 1999.

Schneider, J. E., M. D. Goldman, S. Tang, B. Bean, H. Ji and M. I. Friedman. Leptin indirectly affects estrous cycles by increasing metabolic fuel oxidation. Hormones and Behavior, 33:217-228, 1998.

Panicker, A. K., R. A. Mangels, J. B. Powers, G. N. Wade, and J.E. Schneider. Area postrema lesions block suppression of estrous behavior, but not estrous cyclicity, in food-deprived hamsters. American Journal of Physiology; 275:R158-R164, 1998.

Schneider, J. E. Effects of the fructose analog, 2,5-anhydro-d-mannitol, on food intake and estrous cycles Syrian hamsters. American Journal Physiology, 272:R935-R939, 1997.

Schneider, J. E., A. J. Hall, and G. N. Wade. Central versus peripheral metabolic control of estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters: I.Lipoprivation. American Journal of Physiology, 272:R400-R405, 1997.

Schneider, J.E., M. D. Goldman, N. A. Leo, and M. E. Rosen. Central versus peripheral metabolic control of estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters: II. Glucoprivation. American Journal of Physiology, 272:R406-R412, 1997.

Wade, G.N., J.E. Schneider, and H.-Y. Li. (INVITED REVIEW) Control of fertility by metabolic cues. American Journal of Physiology, 270:E1-E9, 1996.

Schneider, J.E., B.C. Finnerty, J.M. Swann, J.M. Gabriel. Glucoprivic treatments that induce anestrus, but do not affect food intake, increase FOS-like immunoreactivity in the area postrema and nucleus of the solitary tract in Syrian hamsters. Brain Research, 698:107-113, 1995.

Bhatia, A.J., J.E. Schneider, and G.N. Wade. Thermoregulatory and maternal nest building in Syrian hamsters: Interaction of ovarian steroids and energy demand. Physiology and Behavior, 58:141-146, 1995.

Schneider, J.E. and Y.Z. Zhu. Caudal brain stem plays a role in metabolic control of estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters. Brain Research, 661:70-74, 1994.

Schneider, J.E., D.G. Friedenson, A.J. Hall, and G.N. Wade. Glucoprivation induces anestrus while lipoprivation may induce hibernation in Syrian hamsters. American Journal of Physiology, 264:R573-R577, 1993.

Wade, G.N. and J.E. Schneider. Metabolic fuels and reproduction in female mammals. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 16:235-272, 1992.

Schneider, J.E. Metabolic Sense. Hormones and Behavior, 26:1-6, 1992.

Wade, G.N., J.E. Schneider, and M.E. Friedman. Insulin-induced anestrus in Syrian hamsters. American Journal of Physiology, 260:R148-R152, 1991.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Effects of ambient temperature and body fat content on maternal litter reduction in Syrian hamsters. Physiology and Behavior 49:135-139, 1991.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Effects of diet and body fat content on cold-induced anestrus in Syrian hamsters. American Journal of Physiology, 259:R1198-R1204, 1990.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Decreased availability of metabolic fuels induces anestrus in Syrian hamsters. American Journal of Physiology, 258:R750-R755, 1990.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Effects of maternal diet, body weight and body composition on infanticide in Syrian hamsters. Physiology and Behavior, 46:815-821, 1989.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Body weight and reproduction. Science, 246:432, 1989 (letter).

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Availability of metabolic fuels controls estrous cyclicity of Syrian hamsters. Science, 244:1326-1328, 1989.

Schneider, J.E., S.J. Lazzarini, M.I. Friedman and G.N. Wade. Role of fatty acid oxidation in food intake and hunger motivation in Syrian hamsters. Physiology and Behavior, 43:617-623, 1988.

Lazzarini, S.J., J.E. Schneider and G.N. Wade. Inhibition of fatty acid oxidation and glucose metabolism does not affect food intake or hunger motivation in Syrian hamsters. Physiology and Behavior, 44:209-215, 1988.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Body weight, food intake and brown fat thermogenesis in pregnant Djungarian hamsters. American Journal of Physiology, 253:R314-R320, 1987.

Schneider, J.E., J.M. Hamilton and G.N. Wade. Genetic association between nest building and brown adipose tissue thermogenesis in female house mice. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 157:87-93, 1986.

Schneider, J.E., L. Palmer and G.N. Wade. Effects of estrous cycles and ovarian steroids on body weight and energy expenditure in Syrian hamsters. Physiology and Behavior, 38:119-126, 1986.

Schneider, J.E. and C.B. Lynch. An investigation of a common physiological mechanism underlying maternal and progesterone-induced nesting in mice, Mus musculus. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 98:165-176, 1984.

Schneider, J.E., C.B. Lynch and C.L. Gundaker. The influence of exogenous progesterone on selected lines of mice divergent for maternal nesting. Behavior Genetics 13:247-256, 1983.

Schneider, J.E., C.B. Lynch, B. Possidente, and J.P. Hegmann. Genetic association between progesterone-induced and maternal nesting in mice. Physiology and Behavior, 29:97-105, 1982.

Batchelder, M., C.B. Lynch and J. Schneider. The effects of age and experience on strain differences for nesting behavior in Mus musculus. Behavior Genetics, 12:149-159, 1982.

Lynch, G.R., J. Bunin and J.E. Schneider. The effect of constant light and dark on the circadian nature of daily torpor in Peromyscus leucopus. Journal of Interdisciplinary Cycle Research, 11:55-93, 1980.

Nyby, J., C.J. Wysocki, G. Whitney, G. Dizinno and J. Schneider. Female elicitation of male mouse (Mus musculus) ultrasonic vocalizations. I. Urinary cues. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 93:957-975, 1979.

Nyby, J., C.J. Wysocki, G. Whitney, G. Dizinno, J. Schneider and A. Nunez. Elicitation of male mouse (Mus musculus) ultrasonic vocalizations. II. Animal stimuli. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 95:623-629, 1980.

Books Edited
Wallen, K. and J. E. Schneider, eds., Reproduction in Context , M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2000 .

Book Chapters Authored
Schneider, J. E. and A. G. Watts, Energy balance, ingestive behavior and reproductive success, Chapter 7 in: Hormones, Brain and Behavior (Pfaff, D., Etgen, A., Fahrbach, S. E., and Rubin, R. T., eds.) Elsevier, San Diego , California , pp. 435-523, 2002.

Schneider, J. E. Introduction to the study of reproduction in context. Chapter 1 in: Reproduction in Context by Wallen, K. and Schneider, J.E., eds., M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, PP. 1-11, 2000 .

Schneider, J. E. and G. N. Wade. Reproductive inhibition in service of energy balance, Chapter 3 in: Reproduction in Context by Wallen, K. and Schneider, J.E., eds., M.I.T. Press, Cambridge , Massachusetts , PP. 35-86, 2000 .

Special Issue of Journals Edited
Schneider, J. E. (Guest Editor) Special Issue of Hormones and Behavior on Leptin and Related Peptides. 37, Number 4, Academic Press, San Diego , California , June, 2000.

Published Abstracts of Conference Presentations
Laura Szymanski, Jill E. Schneider, Yohei Kurose, Mark I. Friedman, Hong Ji and Iain J. Clarke. Rapid restoration of luteinizing hormone pulses by refeeding undernourished ewes is preceded by alterations in plasma ketone bodies and insulin but not leptin or ghrelin. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Lisbon, Portugal, July, 2004.

Buckley, C. A., Cundall, D., and Schneider, J.E. How Syrian hamsters fill their cheek pouches: Co-opted masticatory motor patterns and the role of the retractor muscle. Society for Comparative and Behavioral Endocrinology, 2004.

Laura A. Szymanski, J.E. Schneider, A. Rao and I.J. Clarke. RESTORATION OF LUTEINIZING HORMONE PULSES IN REFED CHRONICALLY UNDERNOURISHED EWES OCCURS WITHOUT ALTERATIONS IN PLASMA LEPTIN CONCENTRATIONS. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, New Orleans , 2003.

Robert M. Blum, L.A. Szymanski, J.E. Schneider, M.I. Friedman, H. Ji and J.A. Swanson GLUCOSE, FRUCTOSE, AND CHOW DILUTED WITH CELLULOSE DO NOT RESTORE ESTROUS CYCLES AFTER FOOD DEPRIVATION IN LEAN SYRIAN HAMSTERS Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 2003.

Robert M. Blum, Deanna K. Scott and Jill E. Schneider FOOD DEPRIVATION-INDUCED ANESTRUS DOES NOT REQUIRE ADRENAL SECRETIONS IN SYRIAN HAMSTERS. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Cincinnati , Ohio , 2003.

Robert M. Blum, Deanna K. Scott and Jill E. Schneider Effects of Leptin on Metabolic Fuels and Estrous Cyclicity During Fasting. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Scottsdale , Arizona , June, 2001 .

Laura A. Szymanski, Dan Zhou, and Jill E. Schneider Effects of Fourth Ventricle Glucose Utilization on Estrous Cyclicity in Syrian Hamsters Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Scottsdale, Arizona, June, 2001.

Carolyn A. Buckley and Jill E. Schneider Leptin Treatments That Decrease Food Intake Do Not Support a Conditioned Taste Aversion in Syrian Hamsters Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Scottsdale , Arizona , June, 2001.

C.A. Buckley; J.E. SchneiderLEPTIN PREVENTS THE EFFECTS OF FOOD DEPRIVATION ON HOARDING IN SYRIAN HAMSTERS. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego , California , November 2001.

R.M. Blum; J. Swanson; J.E. Schneider DIETARY GENISTEIN DECREASES THE AGE AND WEIGHT OF PUBERTY AND FACILITATES SEX BEHAVIOR IN SYRIAN HAMSTERS Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, November 2001.

Blum, R.M., Schneider, J.E. Fasting-induced anestrus is associated with low, while insulin-induced anestrus is associated with high plasma leptin concentrations. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, New Orleans , Louisiana , November, 2000.

Schneider, J.E., Syre, P. and Alunni, C. Leptin interacts with metabolic fuel availability to control estrous cycles but not food intake in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, New Orleans , Louisiana , November, 2000.

Zhou, D. Blum, R.M., Schneider, J.E. An impaired hyperglycemic response to repeated glucoprivation is not a sufficient stimulus for anestrus. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, New Orleans , Louisiana , November, 2000.

Owzar, K., Goldner, J., Blum, R. M., Little, P. Leptin concentrations increase after refeeding in adipose tissue but not in plasma. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, New Orleans , Louisiana , November, 2000.

R. M. Blum, H. Ji, M. I. Friedman, P. Little, and J. E. Schneider. Estrous cyclicity can be dissociated from plasma leptin concentrations but not from circulating metabolic fuels. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, Miami Beach , Florida , October, 1999.

D. Zhou and J. E. Schneider. Fourth ventricular leptin prevents fasting-induced anestrus in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, Miami Beach , Florida , October, 1999.

J. Schneider and D. Zhou. Treatment with SHU9119 increases food intake but does not induce anestrus in Syrian hamsters fed ad libitum. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, Miami Beach , Florida , October, 1999.

J. Schneider, Primary metabolic sensory signals that control estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters. American Neuroendocrine Society, June, 1999.

D. Zhou and J. E. Schneider Leptin treatment restricted to the fourth cerebral ventricle prevents fasting-induced anestrus in Syrian hamsters. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Charlottesville , Virginia , June, 1999.

Drazen, D., Kriegsfeld, L. J., Schneider, J.E., Nelson, R.J. Reproductive response to photoperiod affects immune function and leptin concentrations in Siberian hamsters. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Charlottesville , Virginia , June, 1999

D. Zhou, J. E. Schneider, M.I. Friedman, H. Ji. Intracerebroventricular leptin treatment affects estrous cycles indirectly by increasing metabolic fuel oxidation. Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting, Los Angeles , California , November, 1998.

J.E. Schneider, G.N. Wade and M.I. Friedman. Possible biological roles of leptin. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Emory University , Atlanta , Georgia , June, 1998.

E. Keen, J. Faroun, K. Owzar, R. Blum, J. E. Schneider. Effects of leptin on neural activation in Syrian hamsters. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Emory University , Atlanta , Georgia , June, 1998.

D. Zhou and J. E. Schneider. Whether applied to the brain or periphery, leptin acts indirectly via effects on fuel metabolism. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Emory University , Atlanta , Georgia , June, 1998.

N. Black and J.E. Schneider. Decreased fatty acid oxidation synergizes with fasting to increase neural activation in the area postrema. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Emory University , Atlanta , Georgia , June, 1998.

J. E. Schneider, M.D. Goldman, S. Tang, and B. Bean. Leptin metabolic fuels and reproduction in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, New Orleans , Louisiana , October, 1997.

B.C. Finnerty, D. Jacobs, M. Szajna, J.M. Swann, and J.E. Schneider. The combined use of immunocytochemistry and lesions in the study of neural pathways underlying metabolic control of reproduction. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington , D.C. , November, page 86, 1996.

B. C. Finnerty, M. D. Goldman, N. A. Leo, N. R. Davi, E. S. Barnett, Y. Zhu and J. E. Schneider. Effects of Metabolic Fuel Utilization on Neural Activation in the Central Nervous System and its Relation to Estrous Cycles and Caloric Homeostasis. Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Boston University , Boston , Massachusetts , June, 1995.

D. A. Marder, J. T. Raia and J. E. Schneider. Effects of Food Deprivation on Aggression and Sex Behavior in Female Syrian Hamsters. Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Boston University , Boston, Massachusetts , June, 1995.

B.C. Finnerty, Y. Zhu, and J.E. Schneider. Decreased glucose, but not fatty acid availability increases FOS-like immunoreactivity in the caudal brain stem of female Syrian hamsters. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Miami , Florida , November, 1994.

B.C. Finnerty, Y. Zhu, and J.E. Schneider. The effects of different metabolic challenges on FOS-like immunoreactivity in the caudal brain stem of Syrian hamsters. Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Lehigh University , Bethlehem , Pennsylvania , June, 1994.

M. D. Goldman, M. Rosen, Y. Zhu and J. E. Schneider. Central Metabolic Cues are Sufficient and Peripheral Neural Cues are Not Necessary For the Effects of Glucose Availability on Estrous Cycles and Neural Activation in the Area Postrema of Syrian Hamsters. Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Lehigh University , Bethlehem , Pennsylvania , June, 1994.

Schneider, J.E., Y. Zhu, J.M. Swann, and J.M. Gabriel. Glucose detectors in the caudal brain stem control estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neuroscience, Washington , D.C. , November, 1993.

Schneider, J.E. Metabolic sensory systems involved in female reproductive behavior and physiology. Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Michigan State University , East Lansing , Michigan , June, 1993.

Schneider, J.E., A.J. Hall, D.G. Friedenson, M.H. Brown and G.N. Wade. Signals generated in CNS glucose metabolism affect estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neurosciences, New Orleans, Louisiana , November, 1991.

Bhatia, A.J., J.E. Schneider and G.N. Wade. Effects of energy intake, demand, and partitioning on nestbuilding in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neurosciences, New Orleans , Louisiana , November, 1991

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Insulin-induced anestrus in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neurosciences, St. Louis , Missouri , November, 1990.

Dickerman, R., J.E. Schneider, and G.N. Wade. Decreased availability of metabolic fuels or food deprivation attenuates the preovulatory LH surge in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neurosciences, St. Louis , Missouri , November, 1990.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Metabolic control of reproductive effort in Syrian hamsters. Twenty-second Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Emory University , Atlanta , Georgia , June, 1990.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Estradiol treatment reinstates sexual receptivity in hamsters made anovulatory by treatment with metabolic inhibitors. Society for the Study of Reproduction, Columbia , Missouri , August, 1989.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Metabolic control of sex and maternal behavior. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Summer Research Conference: Regulation of Energy Balance and Nutrient Partitioning, Saxtons River , Vermont , July, 1989.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Effects of body weight and food supply on maternal cannibalism in Syrian hamsters. Twenty-first Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Skidmore College , Saratoga Springs , New York, June, 1989.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Metabolic control of estrous cycles in Syrian hamsters. Society for Neurosciences, Toronto , Canada , November, 1988.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Metabolic signals mediating effects of starvation on reproduction in hamsters. Society for the Study of Reproduction, Seattle , Washington , August, 1988.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Common mechanisms mediating effects of starvation on reproduction in hamsters. Eighteenth Annual Steenbock Symposium on Biochemistry, Madison , Wisconsin , July, 1988.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Litter size and sex ratio in hamsters: influence of mothers' fatness and food supply. Society for the Study of Evolution and American Society of Naturalists, Asilomar, California , June, 1988.

Schneider, J.E. and G.N. Wade. Prior adiposity buffers the effects of starvation on estrous cycles and sex behavior in Syrian hamsters. Nineteenth Conference on Reproductive Behavior, Tlaxcala , Mexico , June, 1987.

Schneider, J.E. The effects of ovarian steroids on brown adipose tissue in cold-acclimated mice selectively bred for differences in nestbuilding. Behavior Genetics, 16:635, 1986.

Schneider, J.E., J.M. Hamilton and G.N. Wade. A possible genetic association between nestbuilding and brown adipose tissue thermogenesis in house mice. International Symposium on Living in the Cold, Fallen Leaf Lake , California , October, 1985.

Schneider, J.E. and J.M. Hamilton. Physiological aspects of thermoregulation in cold-acclimated mice from lines selected for nestbuilding. Behavior Genetics, 15:610, 1985.

Schneider, J.E., E. Haller, M. Stern, D. Block, and C.B. Lynch. The influence of exogenous progesterone on lines of mice divergent for maternal nesting. Behavior Genetics, 10:494-495, 1980.

Schneider, J.E., E. Haller, L.L. Demlow, and C.B. Lynch. Progesterone and maternal nesting in three inbred strains of mice. American Zoologist, 19:935, 1980.

Schneider, J.E., M. Batchelder, and C.B. Lynch. Developmental and experiential influences on nestbuilding in five strains of laboratory mice. Behavior Genetics, 8:565-566, 1978.

 

 
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