Liisa Galea
Liisa Galea
Professor, Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia
Verified email at ubc.ca
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Neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus of the adult tree shrew is regulated by psychosocial stress and NMDA receptor activation
E Gould, BS McEwen, P Tanapat, LAM Galea, E Fuchs
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (7), 2492-2498, 1997
18081997
Chronic stress impairs rat spatial memory on the Y maze, and this effect is blocked by tianeptine treatment.
CD Conrad, LAM Galea, Y Kuroda, BS McEwen
Behavioral neuroscience 110 (6), 1321, 1996
8561996
Sex differences in route-learning
LAM Galea, D Kimura
Personality and individual differences 14 (1), 53-65, 1993
6441993
Sex differences in dendritic atrophy of CA3 pyramidal neurons in response to chronic restraint stress
LAM Galea, BS McEwen, P Tanapat, T Deak, RL Spencer, FS Dhabhar
Neuroscience 81 (3), 689-697, 1997
5851997
Exposure to fox odor inhibits cell proliferation in the hippocampus of adult rats via an adrenal hormone‐dependent mechanism
P Tanapat, NB Hastings, TA Rydel, LAM Galea, E Gould
Journal of Comparative Neurology 437 (4), 496-504, 2001
4542001
Stress inhibits the proliferation of granule cell precursors in the developing dentate gyrus
P Tanapat, LA Galea, E Gould
International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 16 (3-4), 235-239, 1998
4011998
Postpartum depression: Etiology, treatment and consequences for maternal care
S Brummelte, LAM Galea
Hormones and behavior 77, 153-166, 2016
3872016
Effects of steroid hormones on neurogenesis in the hippocampus of the adult female rodent during the estrous cycle, pregnancy, lactation and aging
JL Pawluski, S Brummelte, CK Barha, TM Crozier, LAM Galea
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 30 (3), 343-357, 2009
3032009
Depression during pregnancy and postpartum: contribution of stress and ovarian hormones
S Brummelte, LAM Galea
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 34 (5), 766-776, 2010
3022010
Gonadal hormone modulation of neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus of adult male and female rodents
LAM Galea
Brain Research Reviews 57 (2), 332-341, 2008
2932008
Chronic high corticosterone reduces neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus of adult male and female rats
S Brummelte, LAM Galea
Neuroscience 168 (3), 680-690, 2010
2922010
Estradiol alleviates depressive-like symptoms in a novel animal model of post-partum depression
LAM Galea, JK Wide, AM Barr
Behavioural brain research 122 (1), 1-9, 2001
2912001
Sex and seasonal changes in the rate of cell proliferation in the dentate gyrus of adult wild meadow voles
LAM Galea, BS McEwen
Neuroscience 89 (3), 955-964, 1999
2881999
Gonadal hormone modulation of hippocampal neurogenesis in the adult
LAM Galea, MD Spritzer, JM Barker, JL Pawluski
Hippocampus 16 (3), 225-232, 2006
2722006
Gonadal hormone levels and spatial learning performance in the Morris water maze in male and female meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus
LAM Galea, M Kavaliers, KP Ossenkopp, E Hampson
Hormones and behavior 29 (1), 106-125, 1995
2661995
Adult hippocampal neurogenesis and voluntary running activity: Circadian and dose‐dependent effects
MM Holmes, LAM Galea, RE Mistlberger, G Kempermann
Journal of neuroscience research 76 (2), 216-222, 2004
2642004
Testosterone and dihydrotestosterone, but not estradiol, enhance survival of new hippocampal neurons in adult male rats
MD Spritzer, LAM Galea
Developmental neurobiology 67 (10), 1321-1333, 2007
2572007
Sex differences in cell proliferation, cell death and defensive behavior following acute predator odor stress in adult rats
EM Falconer, LAM Galea
Brain research 975 (1-2), 22-36, 2003
2142003
Sexually dimorphic spatial learning in meadow voles Microtus pennsylvanicus and deer mice Peromyscus maniculatus.
LA Galea, M Kavaliers, KP Ossenkopp
The Journal of experimental biology 199 (1), 195-200, 1996
2121996
High post-partum levels of corticosterone given to dams influence postnatal hippocampal cell proliferation and behavior of offspring: a model of post-partum stress and possible …
S Brummelte, JL Pawluski, LAM Galea
Hormones and behavior 50 (3), 370-382, 2006
2102006
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