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Denys deCatanzaro
Denys deCatanzaro
Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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Escape performance following exposure to inescapable shock: Deficits in motor response maintenance.
H Anisman, D deCatanzaro, G Remington
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 4 (3), 197, 1978
2591978
Variation in hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis activity among bullied and non‐bullied children
T Vaillancourt, E Duku, D deCatanzaro, H Macmillan, C Muir, LA Schmidt
Aggressive Behavior 34 (3), 294-305, 2007
2022007
Behavioral and molecular changes in the mouse in response to prenatal exposure to the anti-epileptic drug valproic acid
FI Roullet, L Wollaston, D deCatanzaro, JA Foster
Neuroscience 170, 514-522, 2010
2012010
Suicide and self-damaging behavior: A sociobiological perspective
D deCatanzaro
Academic Press, 1981
198*1981
Reproductive status, family interactions, and suicidal ideation: Surveys of the general public and high-risk groups
D deCatanzaro
Ethology and Sociobiology 16, 385-394, 1995
1951995
Motivación y Emotión
D deCatanzaro
Mexico City: Prentice-Hall, 2001
175*2001
Motivation and emotion: Evolutionary, physiological, developmental, and social perspectives.
D deCatanzaro
Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1999
1751999
Human suicide: A biological perspective
D deCatanzaro
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 3 (02), 265-272, 1980
1561980
Sensitivity to cold pressor pain in dysmenorrheic and nondysmenorrheic women as a function of menstrual cycle phase
E Hapidou, D deCatanzaro
Pain 34, 277-283, 1988
1441988
Prenatal exposure to valproic acid leads to reduced expression of synaptic adhesion molecule neuroligin 3 in mice
E Kolozsi, RN MacKenzie, FI Roullet, D deCatanzaro, JA Foster
Neuroscience 163, 1201-1210, 2009
1162009
Bisphenol-A exposure during the period of blastocyst implantation alters uterine morphology and perturbs measures of estrogen and progesterone receptor expression in mice
RG Berger, WG Foster, deCatanzaro D
Reproductive Toxicology 30 (3), 393-400, 2010
1132010
Psychogenic pregnancy disruptions in mammals
D deCatanzaro, E MacNiven
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 16, 43-53, 1992
1061992
Evolutionary limits to self-preservation
D deCatanzaro
Ethology and Sociobiology 12, 13-28, 1991
1061991
Impact of acute bisphenol-A exposure upon intrauterine implantation of fertilized ova and urinary levels of progesterone and 17β-estradiol
RG Berger, J Shaw, D deCatanzaro
Reproductive Toxicology 26 (2), 94-99, 2008
982008
Enzyme immunoassay of 17β-estradiol, estrone conjugates, and testosterone in urinary and fecal samples from male and female mice.
C Muir, E Spironello-Vella, N Pisani, D deCatanzaro
Hormone and Metabolic Research 33 (11), 653-658, 2001
962001
Effective treatment of self-injurious behavior through a forced arm exercise
D deCatanzaro, G Baldwin
American Journal of Mental Deficiency 82 (5), 433-439, 1978
891978
Estrogenicity of parabens revisited: Impact of parabens on early pregnancy and an uterotrophic assay in mice
J Shaw, D deCatanzaro
Reproductive Toxicology 28 (1), 26-31, 2009
842009
Influence of oral and subcutaneous bisphenol-A on intrauterine implantation of fertilized ova in inseminated female mice
RG Berger, T Hancock, D deCatanzaro
Reproductive Toxicology 23 (2), 138-144, 2007
842007
Disruption of blastocyst implantation by triclosan in mice: impacts of repeated and acute doses and combination with bisphenol-A
BR Crawford, D deCatanzaro
Reproductive Toxicology 34 (4), 607-613, 2012
732012
Responsiveness to laboratory pain in women as a function of age and childbirth pain experience
E Hapidou, D deCatanzaro
Pain 48, 177-181, 1992
711992
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