Catherine Marler
Catherine Marler
Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Knobil and Neill's physiology of reproduction
TM Plant, AJ Zeleznik
Academic Press, 2014
Evolutionary costs of aggression revealed by testosterone manipulations in free-living male lizards
CA Marler, MC Moore
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 23, 21-26, 1988
Winning fights elevates testosterone levels in California mice and enhances future ability to win fights
TO Oyegbile, CA Marler
Hormones and behavior 48 (3), 259-267, 2005
Reciprocal changes in corticosterone and testosterone levels following acute and chronic handling stress in the tree lizard, Urosaurus ornatus
MC Moore, CW Thompson, CA Marler
General and comparative endocrinology 81 (2), 217-226, 1991
Species differences in paternal behavior and aggression in Peromyscus and their associations with vasopressin immunoreactivity and receptors
JK Bester-Meredith, LJ Young, CA Marler
Hormones and Behavior 36 (1), 25-38, 1999
Testosterone, paternal behavior, and aggression in the monogamous California mouse (Peromyscus californicus)
BC Trainor, CA Marler
Hormones and behavior 40 (1), 32-42, 2001
Testosterone release and social context: when it occurs and why
ED Gleason, MJ Fuxjager, TO Oyegbile, CA Marler
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 30 (4), 460-469, 2009
Benefit to male sailfin mollies of mating with heterospecific females
I Schlupp, C Marler, MJ Ryan
Science 263 (5145), 373-374, 1994
Winning territorial disputes selectively enhances androgen sensitivity in neural pathways related to motivation and social aggression
MJ Fuxjager, RM Forbes-Lorman, DJ Coss, CJ Auger, AP Auger, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (27), 12393-12398, 2010
Testosterone promotes paternal behaviour in a monogamous mammal via conversion to oestrogen
BC Trainor, CA Marler
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Opposing hormonal mechanisms of aggression revealed through short-lived testosterone manipulations and multiple winning experiences
BC Trainor, IM Bird, CA Marler
Hormones and Behavior 45 (2), 115-121, 2004
Increased energy expenditure due to increased territorial defense in male lizards after phenotypic manipulation
CA Marler, G Walsberg, ML White, M Moore, CA Marler
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37, 225-231, 1995
Vasopressin and aggression in cross-fostered California mice (Peromyscus californicus) and white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus)
JK Bester-Meredith, CA Marler
Hormones and behavior 40 (1), 51-64, 2001
Time and energy costs of aggression in testosterone-implanted free-living male mountain spiny lizards (Sceloporus jarrovi)
CA Marler, MC Moore
Physiological Zoology 62 (6), 1334-1350, 1989
Estrogenic encounters: how interactions between aromatase and the environment modulate aggression
BC Trainor, HH Kyomen, CA Marler
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 27 (2), 170-179, 2006
Vasopressin and the transmission of paternal behavior across generations in mated, cross-fostered Peromyscus mice.
JK Bester-Meredith, CA Marler
Behavioral Neuroscience 117 (3), 455, 2003
Response to Wingfield's commentary on “A continuing saga: The role of testosterone in aggression”
CA Marler, TO Oyegbile, J Plavicki, BC Trainor
Hormones and Behavior 48 (3), 256-258, 2005
Paternal behavior influences development of aggression and vasopressin expression in male California mouse offspring
CRM Frazier, BC Trainor, CJ Cravens, TK Whitney, CA Marler
Hormones and Behavior 50 (5), 699-707, 2006
Effects of testosterone manipulations on nonbreeding season territorial aggression in free-living male lizards, Sceloporus jarrovi
MC Moore, CA Marler
General and Comparative Endocrinology 65 (2), 225-232, 1987
The progesterone challenge: steroid hormone changes following a simulated territorial intrusion in female Peromyscus californicus
ES Davis, CA Marler
Hormones and Behavior 44 (3), 185-198, 2003
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